Showcase your human resources and recruitment abilities to the HR department of North Wales Fire and Rescue Service. You will be working with a supportive team, behind the scenes to provide a comprehensive and confidential HR service to the organisation.
In the Human Resources Specialist job, you will be:
Undertaking a wide range of HR activities including recruitment, attendance management, disciplinary, grievance, mediation, performance and change management as well as involvement with related initiatives, training and projects Responsible for HR related matters across a specified region within the organisation and providing a proactive and innovative HR advisory service to all employees Contributing towards the development and delivery of policies and best practices specifically within the HR field and undertaking other projects as and when required Assisting in fulfilling the objectives of the Department and ensuring the delivery of a high quality, efficient and cost-effective service Overseeing any recruitment processes required, monitoring and reviewing attendance management cases and completing administration tasks around human resources tasks The ideal candidate for the Human Resources Specialist role will need:
CIPD qualified (Chartered Member) or working towards the level 7 qualification Previous experience within a human resources environment and knowledge of employment law Excellent IT, computer literacy and database skills A strong track record of developing and implementing policy Experience of managing conflict and sensitive issues and achieving positive outcomes Ability to work in partnership with a range of stakeholders (managers, trade unions, employees and external partners) Strong communication, interpersonal and presentation skills along with the ability to prioritise, use own initiative and work under pressure and to deadlines A full UK Driving licence with the ability to travel throughout North Wales The ability to hold a conversation in Welsh at Level 2 or preferably fluently. If not already demonstrated, this is to be achieved within a 12-month probationary period, with support provided This is a full-time, permanent role working 37 hours per week on a salary of £32,234 – £34,974 per annum plus company benefits. The role is normally located at headquarters in St Asaph however, agile working is available from a combination of home and alternative service locations.
Please note that this post is subject to a DBS Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
To progress to the next stage of the recruitment process, please apply here and we will send you further information including additional job details and an application form that will need to be completed before the closing date below.
Closing date for applications: 12.00 noon, 9th February 2022
Interview Dates: 17th and 18th February 2022
Please note, application forms will need to be completed to be considered for this role.
A career in the emergency services is a career to take pride in. So, if you believe you have the skills and experience to help support a frontline emergency service, then please get in touch today!
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What to expect in the selection process
Thoughtful but efficient
We have a timeline but will be patient for the right person