HR Support Officer

1 day left

Location
Woodcock Street
Salary
£19,819 - £25,463
Posted
01 Aug 2018
Closes
15 Aug 2018
Job Ref
BCC000428
Contract Type
Fixed Term Contract
Working Pattern
Standard
Hours
Full-Time

HR Support Officer x 2

£19,819 - £25,463

Woodcock Street

Fixed Term Contract until 31st August 2019 

Working 36.5 hours per week


Schools HR is recruiting two HR Support Officers to join its busy Operations Team which is responsible for delivering a high quality HR service to over 330 schools and educational services.

The Operations Team support all types of school and you will be responsible for providing accurate and consistent advice on a wide range of varying terms and conditions for teachers and support staff. You must have a background in HR, with a sound knowledge of generalist HR practice and demonstrable experience of delivering high quality service.

You will have responsibility for processing contracts and contractual changes via the HR SAP IT solution and therefore, must be able to demonstrate strong IT and organisational skills in order to manage a busy workload and meet a range of conflicting deadlines and priorities. Attention to detail is also an essential requirement as data quality is paramount to the role.

The ability to communicate effectively and provide excellent customer service is essential. With responsibility for specific schools, you will need to build strong relationships with customers and understand the individual needs of your schools in order to meet their expectations. This will require a flexible and adaptive approach, balanced with the need to keep schools safe from legal challenge.


You will join a friendly and experienced team and undertake a structured programme of induction training and support.

If you would like an informal discussion please contact Joanne Porter or Peggy Hunter on 0754812281 or 07712436454

Please note the attached JD is a generic outline of the role, please see the attached role profile for a more detailed breakdown of the duties required.

Ref: BCC000428 

Right to work in the UK documentation will be fully checked for all applicants.  All non UK and non EU applicants are required to apply for a Certificate of Sponsorship from Birmingham City Council and must be approved by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) before any employment offer can be confirmed.             

 

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Role Profile
Job Description
Person Specification

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