Human Resources Advisor - Bristol

Locations
Bristol
Branch name
Bristol
Contract
Permanent
Status
Full Time
Salary
Up to £30000 per annum
Our small and very well regarded Human Resources team now have an exciting opportunity for an experienced, CIPD qualified HR professional to join them in providing a highly responsive and effective HR service to our fast paced and dynamic business.

Newcross Healthcare is one of the UK's leading healthcare staffing and complex care providers, now in our 25th year we've come a long way since our founders started the business from their home office in Torquay, growing to over 60 branches and now employing over 9000 highly skilled healthcare staff right across the UK.

We are all about striving for excellence, highly ambitious and never content that we've got to where we're going, constantly innovating and developing our service, evolving with the times by embracing technology and placing ourselves as leaders within our market. So…

… are you ready to come and see where the journey takes us next?

Human Resources Operations Advisor - Bristol or Totnes

Reporting to the Head of Human Resources

Basic salary up to £30,000 + annual bonus up to 10% of salary

Fantastic benefits including 'perks at work' voucher scheme, pension, annual leave rapidly increasing with service, 'Medicash' employee assistance & cash back health plan, continuing professional development

You will be joining our highly respected, dynamic Human Resources team, at the forefront of providing a professional and responsive HR service to Managers and our Healthcare workforce. No two days are quite the same in this varied and fast paced role so you will certainly be kept on your toes and will need to draw on the breadth of your HR expertise whilst also developing and honing your practice as you go.

A confident and natural communicator, you will use your excellent coaching and influencing skills to support and advise Managers on a variety of HR issues, including - but certainly not limited to; Employee relations inc conduct, capability, disciplinary and grievance meetings, performance management, sickness & absence, occupational health referrals, organisational change, TUPE and reward & recognition, ensuring that decision making is consistent with organisational polices, current employment legislation and good employment practice.

You will need to build strong relationships with Managers and other departments throughout the business, drawing on internal resources and expertise and collaborating on a wide range of projects which support continuous improvement.

Who are you?

Resourceful, self-motivated, engaging and credible with the confidence and agility to work effectively in a fast-paced environment. You will also need to be qualified to CIPD Level 5 or above with at least 2 years' experience of advising on a range of Employee Relations and generalist HR matters. You will need to have a good working knowledge of employment law and proactively keep up to date with changes and developments within the HR world, constantly expanding your knowledge and continuously developing yourself.

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