HR Project Officer
£21.64 per hour PAYE
Our client is looking for an experienced HR Project Officer.
To support workforce design and development across Housing linked to transformation work
PURPOSE OF THE JOB
To work consistently at an operational level with the transformation team, senior managers, key stakeholders and HR colleagues to undertake clear workforce planning (i.e. forecast future effective design, development and delivery of HR and people activities) and people solutions in line with the needs and priorities of the Asset Management’s Transformation team (s) or across the Council applying a proactive approach to providing HR business partnering model.
To, plan and allocate resources to deliver timely and effective HR project activities i.e. workforce and resourcing planning, employee relations (namely as part of the consultation process), advice and support, service/organisational change, succession planning, talent management, developing people management capacity and sustaining strong working relationships to achieve operational and strategic transformation priorities.
Support, guide and develop line managers, senior managers and HR colleagues to successfully deliver HR change and achieve business objectives in line with the transformation plans.
To be an expert in HR generalist and people projects.
The post holder will form part of the HR Business Partnering Service and will support with project activities across Asset Management. The work will involve being employee centric where we consider the employee experience in everything we do and the post holder will work with colleagues at every level of the Council in a collaborative way to secure positive outcomes and best use of resources.
Conditions of Service
The employment is subject to a probationary period of twenty six weeks from your start date of employment with Southwark Council, during which time you will be required to demonstrate to the council’s satisfaction your suitability for the position in which you are employee.
This role is governed by the National Joint Committee (NJC) for Local Government Workers as amended by Southwark Council. Working hours are 36 hours per week. Hours are in accordance with the requirements of the service and the post holder may be expected, on a regular basis, to work outside of normal office hours, including attendance at evening meetings.
This post is not classed by the Council to be politically restricted as defined in the Local Government & Housing Act 1989 (as amended).
PLEASE ONLY apply if you have the necessary skills, experience and expertise.
The first part of our recruitment process is to send your CV. Should you be short listed Colbern Limited will contact you within 5 days or we may contact you about other job opportunities. Colbern Limited along with our clients
are an equal opportunities employer.
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