We are seeking to recruit an HR Manager on a fixed term basis to mid-June 2020; this function sits within the Finance and Operations department.
Into Film is an education charity that puts film at the heart of children and young people’s educational and personal development. Working with the education and informal youth sectors, we provide 5-19 year olds with unparalleled opportunities to learn through and about film.
Location: London N18
Hours: Full Time, 35 hours per week
Salary: £35,500 - £40,000 per annum
This is a maternity cover role to be recruited by 8th April 2019 until mid-June 2020
With a permanent staff of c. 80, and reporting to the Head of HR & Operations, the role of the Human Resources Manager is to carry out the full range of HR duties, and to deputise for the Head of HR and Operations on an ad hoc basis. The role interacts with every member of staff and is a pivotal position within the organisation. The HR Manager will ideally be CIPD qualified or equivalent with proven experience of working in a similar management role and be a credible promoter of HR best practice who has the ability to understand, interpret and apply the spirit as well as the letter of legislation and regulation.
Key responsibilities include:
- Directly managing all aspects of the recruitment process, from advertisement to appointment, disseminating applications to relevant interview panel members, scheduling interviews and booking meeting spaces, drawing up offer and rejection correspondence, carrying out relevant safeguarding checks for all staff, acquiring successful candidates’ references; managing and overseeing onboarding of new staff;
- Scheduling and overseeing annual performance and probationary reviews; undertaking exit procedures; organising company-wide training courses, working closely with line managers;
- Ensuring policies and procedures are in accordance with prevailing legislation and liaising with external employment law advisers (currently Croner), to ascertain that organisational policies and the employee handbook are accurate, compliant and up-to-date;
- Scheduling and assisting in the development of the Annual Performance Review (APR) cycle.
Experience at a managerial level in a similar position is required, along with the proven ability to undertake a wide range of tasks and a very busy workload whilst maintaining flexibility. A solid track record of hands-on management of complex HR issues through to conclusion, including disciplinary procedures, dispute resolutions and complaints should be illustrated through application and at interview.
The role requires the maturity, experience and willingness to deputise and take decisions collaboratively with members of the Executive team on an ad hoc basis in the event that the Head of HR & Operations is unavailable.
The closing date for application is Sunday 3rd March 2019, with first interviews to be held between 7th and 12th March.
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION:
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Please note that we will only consider application forms. CVs or email applications will not be considered. Any offer is subject to completion of a fully enhanced DBS check which will be carried out by Into Film.
No agencies please.