We are a dynamic and exciting organisation – what you will love most is the welcome you will get from staff and managers – this is not a role where you will face resistance from managers, rather you will be welcomed and your professional expertise valued.
We are ranked as a Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For employer. With your help, we can improve our offer to staff, develop our culture and make the Federation an even better place to work.
You will find some great benefits working here including 30 days annual leave (plus bank holidays), private healthcare, flexible working, high street discounts, a generous pension scheme, free tea/coffee, development away days, and regular lunch and learn events (pizza included).
Our staff are talented, motivated and ambitious, so they will expect, and deserve, a lot from our HR Adviser. We are a small but busy team. You must be totally customer-focused and always looking for ways to improve our service. The demands and pace can be high, so you will need a positive, solution focused approach to help our managers lead high performing teams. This is a great opportunity to develop your coaching skills with managers, but also to help shape our culture and develop employee engagement initiatives.
As we are a small team, you will deputise for our Head of HR in their absence – this offers a great opportunity to develop your leadership skills and raise your profile.
We offer a great package, fantastic colleagues, a fun and vibrant environment and the opportunity to work in an organisation whose incredible members deliver services that genuinely change peoples’ lives.
If you think we’d be a good fit for each other, make sure you take a look at the profile for the role and send us your application. Our online application process is quick and easy to use, add a few basic contact details, upload your CV and write a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role (it doesn’t need to be long).
We look forward to hearing from you!
Closing date: Thursday, 28 June 2018
Interview date: Thursday, 5 July 2018