Be part of something amazing and an organisation which makes a difference.
London Care Partnership are the leading specialist care provider in the Country with 5 out of their 9 homes rated as “Outstanding” by the Care Quality Commission.
All of the young people they support are individuals. Each in their own way, and each has their own unique needs. LCP provides specialist residential support for young adults with a range of learning disabilities including Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disability and Mental Health Needs, Complex Support Needs and Behaviours that Challenge.
It is our role to enhance the potential that they all have to lead better, more fulfilling and satisfying lives.
This role is the most senior HR position and reports directly to the Managing Director; who is also one of the founders. It is a unique and diverse opportunity with key operational priorities, and is a great opportunity for a hands-on HR Manager with strategic experience to really make a difference.
- To be the HR Lead for the organisation and to support the MD and senior management team both operationally and strategically
- To lead, manage, and participate in the recruitment, assessment, and selection process for all staff at LCP.
- Be responsible for all the HR functions and activities
- To develop, review and implement HR policies and procedures as required, ensuring compliance with employment legislation and consistency with best practice
- To support the management team on all people issues, assisting with the management of succession planning.
- Explore new processes and ways of working to improve the commerciality of the organisation and quality of care delivered to its service users
- To undertake projects as directed by the Managing Director
- Demonstrable experience as a generalist HR Manager, including significant experience in Recruitment and HR advice
- Experience of working at senior level; advising Directors and Senior Managers
- Experience of managing and implementing recruitment processes
- Highly developed interpersonal skills
- Able to show initiative, manage a substantial workload and prioritise effectively
- Able to work at pace and respond to issues efficiently and effectively
- Self-motivated, conscientious, and flexible
- A strong track record of delivering in a comparable position
This is initially an interim position to give them time to consider and review existing structures and develop to meet the needs of the future business.