Human Resources Consultant

PEOPLE AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SERVICE

HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTANT

36 hours per week

Fixed term contract to cover a period of maternity leave

Salary Grade H, £32,029 - £36,876 p.a. with a profession bar at SCP 31 **

On appointment you will be paid the starting salary for the grade, and progress to the maximum salary for the grade through the council's annual increment process. In cases where an individual can evidence that their existing salary, in a relevant role to which they are being appointed is higher than the starting salary, then a higher salary within the grade salary range may be considered in accordance with the Council's pay framework. Individuals appointed above the starting salary for the grade, but not at the maximum salary, will then be subject to the annual increment process until they reach the maximum.

** This post is classified as being in a professional job category. As such the grade for the job has a professional grade development bar which employees can progress through subject to meeting the following criteria:
1. Relevant professional qualification for the job role at Level 6 or above, AND
2. Minimum of 2 years post qualification experience in the role, AND
3. Maintained membership of a regulated body where this is a requirement to practice in the role where applicable, AND
4. Professional standards practised to the highest expected level.

Tameside Council and Tameside and Glossop Commissioning Group are one of the first in the country to combine into one single commissioning function with a single pooled budget. This along with GM Devolution and the GM Social Health and Care Partnership brings exciting opportunities to work towards further integrated approaches to deliver better outcomes for all. Our most important resource, our employees, drives our success towards delivering these better outcomes.

The human resource team is highly regarded by customers, due to our ability and unwavering commitment to respond quickly to the changing demands of our complex and combined organisation. We strive to ensure our employees are supported to meet their full potential and maintain their wellbeing, along with being rewarded and retained through the recognition and celebration of their contributions at work.

You will joining the Employee Relations team, where you will be responsible for managing a large and varied caseload, requiring you to work proactively in developing strategies and solutions to complex employment issues supporting council services and schools. You will also be responsible for delivering training and briefing events surrounding the application of employment related policies.

You will be highly organised, resilient and able to make systematic and rational judgements based on relevant information and employment legislation. You will possess excellent analytical and communication skills, with the ability to influence others and negotiate positive outcomes. You will be proficient in the writing of policy documents/reports, achieve high quality outputs and be highly self-motivated to deliver projects through to the end, working independently on your own initiative. You will also be proficient in the use of ICT which would enable you to work remotely and flexibly to meet the demands of the business. You will be part of an experienced team with excellent peer support.

A working knowledge of any of the Local Government, Teacher and NHS terms and conditions of service would be an advantage.

For further information, please contact Louise Ashton, Human Resources Manager on 0161 342 3244

Ref: DPT177
Closing date: Monday 29 July 2019
Interviews: Monday 7th August



Location
Tameside One
 
PEOPLE AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SERVICE

HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTANT

36 hours per week

Fixed term contract to cover a period of maternity leave

Salary Grade H, £32,029 - £36,876 p.a. with a profession bar at SCP 31 **

On appointment you will be paid the starting salary for the grade, and progress to the maximum salary for the grade through the council's annual increment process. In cases where an individual can evidence that their existing salary, in a relevant role to which they are being appointed is higher than the starting salary, then a higher salary within the grade salary range may be considered in accordance with the Council's pay framework. Individuals appointed above the starting salary for the grade, but not at the maximum salary, will then be subject to the annual increment process until they reach the maximum.

** This post is classified as being in a professional job category. As such the grade for the job has a professional grade development bar which employees can progress through subject to meeting the following criteria:
1. Relevant professional qualification for the job role at Level 6 or above, AND
2. Minimum of 2 years post qualification experience in the role, AND
3. Maintained membership of a regulated body where this is a requirement to practice in the role where applicable, AND
4. Professional standards practised to the highest expected level.

Tameside Council and Tameside and Glossop Commissioning Group are one of the first in the country to combine into one single commissioning function with a single pooled budget. This along with GM Devolution and the GM Social Health and Care Partnership brings exciting opportunities to work towards further integrated approaches to deliver better outcomes for all. Our most important resource, our employees, drives our success towards delivering these better outcomes.

The human resource team is highly regarded by customers, due to our ability and unwavering commitment to respond quickly to the changing demands of our complex and combined organisation. We strive to ensure our employees are supported to meet their full potential and maintain their wellbeing, along with being rewarded and retained through the recognition and celebration of their contributions at work.

You will joining the Employee Relations team, where you will be responsible for managing a large and varied caseload, requiring you to work proactively in developing strategies and solutions to complex employment issues supporting council services and schools. You will also be responsible for delivering training and briefing events surrounding the application of employment related policies.

You will be highly organised, resilient and able to make systematic and rational judgements based on relevant information and employment legislation. You will possess excellent analytical and communication skills, with the ability to influence others and negotiate positive outcomes. You will be proficient in the writing of policy documents/reports, achieve high quality outputs and be highly self-motivated to deliver projects through to the end, working independently on your own initiative. You will also be proficient in the use of ICT which would enable you to work remotely and flexibly to meet the demands of the business. You will be part of an experienced team with excellent peer support.

A working knowledge of any of the Local Government, Teacher and NHS terms and conditions of service would be an advantage.

For further information, please contact Louise Ashton, Human Resources Manager on 0161 342 3244

Ref: DPT177
Closing date: Monday 29 July 2019
Interviews: Monday 7th August