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Job details
Employer Grange Technology College
Location Bradford
Salary SO2 £28,485 to £30,153
Contract type Full Time
Contract term Permanent
Job dates
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Closing date Applications are closed
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Deputy Campus Human Resources Manager

Permanent, Full-time, 37 hours per week, All Year Round

Grade: SO2, £28458 - £30153 per annum

The Southfield Grange Trust is a multi-academy trust located at the Southfield Grange Campus, in Little Horton, Bradford.  The Trust comprises of two schools, Southfield School, a generic special school and Grange Technology College, a large mainstream secondary school.

We are looking for a forward thinking HR professional to join our busy HR team.

You will be an experienced HR Advisor with demonstrable experience of building effective working relationships with managers, coaching them to deal with their people issues and promoting HR best practice. 

You will be capable of working autonomously, deputising for the HR Manager when required. The post will allow the opportunity to work on the full range of HR activity from Recruitment and induction through to complex ER casework.

Key Responsibilities

Supporting on matters relating to Human Resources including: 

Policies and procedures in relation to HR

Conditions of service for all staff

Safer Recruitment, selection and induction

Provide advice and guidance as necessary on all aspects of employment legislation and HRM Best Practice

Employee Relations 

Investigations – grievance, disciplinary and other HR related matters

Managing staff absence

Performance management 

Staff Health and Well-Being

Participate in HR project work as required

The person

CIPD qualified.

Commitment to your own personal and professional development, including maintaining an up-to-date awareness of HR matters and a working knowledge of employment law.

A proven track record in generalist HR Advisory work, including recruitment and selection; performance management; discipline and grievance casework; attendance management.

Confidence in dealing with queries from managers, challenging and coaching them to deal with their people issues.

High levels of integrity, honesty and credibility which will inspire confidence and trust from both internal and external stakeholders.

Ability to manage own workload within tight deadlines.

Highly motivated, confident, ‘can do’ problem solver and self-starter.

High level of IT Literacy and the use of HR Systems.

Positive attitude, willingness to work flexibly, including outside normal hours of work.

Desirable attributes:

Experience of working in an educational environment.

Experience of developing policies and procedures.

Payroll experience.

To apply online click the apply now button. Please ensure you complete and upload an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

Closing date: Midnight, Sunday 10 December 2017

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable young people and expect all staff, casual workers and volunteers to share this commitment.  Safer recruitment practices and procedures are in place to ensure a robust safeguarding culture.  The successful candidate will therefore be required to undertake an enhanced DBS disclosure and vetting check.  As required a “Teachers Prohibition Check”, “Section 128 Management check”, “Declaration of disqualification by association check” and “EEA teacher regulatory authority restriction check” will be undertaken. References will be undertaken and proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required before any employment starts.