Your new role
Provide a comprehensive and professional HR service by developing effective relationships with Senior Leadership Teams and Office Managers.
Influence the development of the culture across the organisation to further enhance our empowered, high quality, efficient and high performing workforce.
Build the reputation as a people centered and career enhancing employer, with an emphasis on the recruitment, development and wellbeing of a diverse, high-performing workforce.
Work at both an operational and strategic level, ensuring full alignment to the short, medium and long-term business objectives.
Support leadership teams with all elements of people management activities.
Build capability levels through effective training and development needs analysis.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Continually improving the employee experience, making the it an attractive and great place to work.
Delivering people/technology-led projects that reflect our culture and set our people up to successfully deliver outstanding outcomes for our children.
Working alongside the DoPC and school leaders to join-up and continuously improve the organisation experience for our people.
Sourcing and developing a workforce that is highly skilled, motivated and can deliver on our ambitious goals.
Championing and evolving the Trust's cultural vision and values, and embedding the guiding principles.
Analysing and triangulating people data held at both Trust and School level to proactively seek out risks, identify weaknesses and build on strengths and opportunities.
Assist in over-seeing the communication of the Trust's people objectives.
Support the DoPC and ELT to deliver the Trust's People Strategy and its underpinning plan including:
Executing the People Strategy to attract, develop and motivate talented people to achieve our goals. This includes leading the development of the Trust's employer brand, engaging inductions and onboarding experiences, and retention of current and future employees.
Supporting and coaching Headteachers and their leadership teams across the Trust on People focused policies and procedures.
Recommending improvements to support a culture that recognises and celebrates success.
Identifying wellbeing offerings that are aligned to supporting the Trust workforce.
Deploying and analysing pulse surveys followed by the facilitation of sessions with the school SLTs to formulate action plans that improve results.
Ensure that all job descriptions and person specifications are reviewed annually and updated as required to ensure that they are appropriate, accurate and up-to-date.
Ensure that HR record keeping, including the Single Central Record, is accurate and compliant across the Trust.
Support the management of sickness absences including analysing patterns of absence and monitoring trigger points, arranging absence concern meetings with the appropriate line manager and organisation of occupational health referrals.
Lead on casework, restructures and employee relations and support on behalf of the Trust, liaising with legal advisors and trade unions as appropriate.
What you need to do now
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