Are you an experienced HR professional with direct practice of working within an operational or policy advice capacity? Looking for a new challenge?
Then BPAS may have the role for you…
About the Role
We’re looking for a HR Policy Advisor to work as part of the wider HR Department to provide comprehensive, professional and pragmatic HR policy service to the organisation in accordance with BPAS strategy and the HR People Plan. It’s an exciting time to come and join the team, making a positive impact on the development of key HR documents.
The HR Policy Advisor will work from home to offer high quality HR and employment legislation advice, researching and presenting proposals of policy changes to senior stakeholders. But that’s not all, the post-holder will also develop and maintain a suite of templates, documents and policies to support the wider HR team, create employee engagement and offer consistent frameworks for Managers to utilise.
Evaluate all HR policies for legislative requirements, updating where appropriate to ensure compliance.
Collaborate in producing HR data/information to enable participation in regional/area meetings, offering insights and helping to shape and influence decisions regarding people matters.
Develop, implement and maintain effective HR policies which meet organisational needs.
Investigate, research and propose solutions to close gaps between best in class and current template documents.
Produce reports and statistics on elements such as equality, diversity and gender pay gap.
Support the HR and Business Development teams to demonstrate compliance with goals and directives such as modern slavery, disability confidence etc.
You will be someone who has a strong knowledge of HR procedures and HR principles, with experience of working within a HR operational/policy advice background. You’ll be self-reliant, self-motivated and be confident in communicating both written and verbally at all levels of the organisation and will be someone who enjoys working collaboratively to ensure HR compliance.
We are also looking for:
Certificate in Personnel Practice or relevant experience in HR
Part of fully qualified CIPD
Strong analytical skills along with excellent organisational and administrative skills
Exceptional attention to detail with the ability to multi-task and prioritise effectively
Working Pattern: Flexible, we will consider both part time and full-time applications. If applying for part time, the minimum amount of hours we could accept would be 20 hours per week.
Hours to be worked flexibly across the opening hours of the department below:
Monday to Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-3.30pm
Please specify on your application form what shift pattern / hours you are looking for.
Salary: £26,110 to £33,503 pro rata, per annum depending upon skills and experience.
Interview Date: TBC