A newly created permanent position for a HR Advisor to join a higher education provider in Oxford.
Your new company You will be joining a higher education establishment in central Oxford to take on this newly created role to support the ongoing transformation of the HR service. The Head of HR joined several months ago and has been on a mission to modernise the function which has only existed for less than 2 years! Due to the current processes and lack or HRIS (for now) this role is going to be office based full time at the beginning, something which will relax when the HR function has systems and processes up and running.
Your new role There is a lot to do in this role and the Head of HR is looking for a #2 who can not only manage their BAU role, but who can also step up to lead on project related work that will take place as part of the HR re-vamp. For example, they are in the process of procuring a HR system, this will be the first system they have had and will be a hugely exciting project for someone to look after.
The BAU side of the role is everything you would expect at HR Advisor level, you will take the lead on ER case work, look at training, recruitment, payroll policy work. Supporting you with the day-to-day is a HR Officer, someone who also takes a lead on some of the recruitment work.
What you'll need to succeed We are looking for a HR generalist who is a team player and who can help with the modernisation of the function. Ideally you will be CIPD Level 5 or have several years under your belt in a broad generalist capacity. A strong awareness of UK employment law, recruitment best practice and ER case management is required for this role.
You must be living within a reasonable commute to OX1, the office is very close to the train station though and is easy to access via public transport. There is no on site parking.
What you'll get in return The organisation offer 38 days holiday, a competitive pension package, free lunch each day and a range of other benefits. You can expect great mentoring from the Head of HR as well as an opportunity to help develop the skills and experience of the HR officer too.
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Education & Training
Oxford (City Centre)
£29,614 - £35,326
Talk to a consultant
Talk to Bethany Ward-Reeds, the specialist consultant managing this position, located in Oxford