Do you have the skills, experience and enthusiasm to join our progressive HR Directorate in a key leadership role? Reporting to our Deputy Director of HR, this is an ideal role for someone who wants to take on a broad range of responsibilities, in preparation to progress to a more senior role in HR.
We are looking for a fully qualified, and experienced, HR professional to provide high quality HR business partnering (HRBP) support to our Corporate Directorates (including Finance, IT, Information, Strategy, Communications, Nursing and Quality and our Medical Directorate) and to our staffing ‘Bank’, through which we source temporary staff, and to our Estates and Facilities Management staff across AWP.
The Head of Corporate HR is a wide-ranging and complex role, in addition to being the HRBP for Corporate Directorates, you will lead the recruitment, electronic staff record (ESR) and payroll teams (over 20 staff), ensuring that we have effective processes in place to deliver these vital functions. You will also lead on workforce data governance, by being our general data protection regulations (GDPR) lead, the ‘Information Asset Owner’ for our main HR IT systems (ESR and the TRAC recruitment system) and by ensuring that information requests such as ‘Freedom of Information’ (FOI) and Subject Access Requests (SARs) are dealt with promptly and appropriately.
We are a comparatively small team, so we are looking for an exceptional person who will enjoy the breadth of the role, whilst building strong and supportive working relationships with HR colleagues, and with people across AWP.
Above all, you must have a true passion to improve the delivery of HR, and so to contribute to high quality care, and to have the tenacity to challenge constructively and to seek and deliver improvement.
Interviews will be held on Friday 6 March 2020 and candidates will have the opportunity to meet the Director of HR on the morning of Monday 2 March 2020.
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Jane Dudley, Deputy Director of HR, via email email@example.com about this exciting and rewarding post