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HR Advisor


Salary: £27,000 - £29,000
Hours: 37
Closing date: Friday, 12th August 2022

We have an exciting opportunity for a HR Advisor to join one of the largest registered autism specific charities in the East Midlands. The role is fast paced and ever changing. We are seeking a dynamic and dedicated HR professional to play a key role in providing a high quality generalist HR support service to our managers and employees.

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Based at Worksop, and reporting to the HR Lead, As a HR Advisor you will provide advice on disciplinary and grievance procedures, along with other employee relation matters, to Managers and Senior Managers to help them resolve their cases. The HR Advisor will assist in internal investigations. You will provide help, support and guidance to other members of the HR Team and will filter queries before escalating to Senior Management. You will be educated to Level 5 CIPD (or have relevant experience) and have an up to date understanding and application of employment related legislation and HR practices. The HR Advisor should be highly organised, have excellent IT Skills, with the ability to multi-task and manage a complex and varied workload. Working in a fast paced environment should be second nature to you.

In return we offer:

      • Generous occupational sick pay
      • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays (33 days)
      • Extensive induction with autism specialist training
      • Fully paid for Care Certificate, which is essential for those wanting to pursue a career in health and social care
      • Paid job related qualifications during employment
      • Free initial DBS Check
      • Employer pension scheme
      • Friendly and supportive work environment
      • Flexible working
      • Excellent career progression
      • Refer a friend scheme
      • Access to counselling
      • Access to legal and financial support
      • Paid maternity/ paternity/ adoption leave

Extract from a recent CQC inspection:

“The provider ensured that they supported their staff members who were also autistic. Staff with this lived experience were able to identify different ways of supporting people to enjoy life that might be overlooked by non-autistic staff. Staff with these skills and experience were valued by the provider as this helped to promote a much more inclusive understanding of autism throughout the whole staff team


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