The HR Strategic Support & Reward team within Human Resources are seeking a Reward and Policy Adviser to provide expert guidance, advice and support on HR policies, procedures, and reward to all levels of HR staff and the wider college. This is an excellent opportunity for someone keen to progress their career in Human Resources or gain specialist experience in the reward and policy areas of HR.
Duties and responsibilities
You will support the whole team in delivering the full breadth of reward and policy at the College and will play a crucial role in providing expert advice, guidance and support on HR policies, procedures, and reward to all levels of HR staff and the wider College. You will report to the Head of Pensions & Benefits but will work closely with the Policy Managers and the Reward Manager.
Key duties will include supporting the development, implementation and maintenance of HR policies, procedures, and guidance documents, including being responsible for drafting policy documents and other associated information. You will have a key role in supporting the delivery of the Colleges Total Remuneration Package and well as supporting various working groups, supporting negotiations with the College Joint Trades Unions and will be responsible for providing advice to HR staff at all levels.
We are seeking candidates who have:
- Experience of a busy administrative environment, ideally with an understanding of the UK Higher Education sector.
- Used computer diary systems and undertaken general office financial duties (e.g. raising purchase orders and arranging payment of invoices).
- Competency in Microsoft Office and Outlook
- An understanding of the importance of maintaining confidentiality whilst also being courteous both in person, and on the telephone
- Good administrative skills, written and verbal communication skills, and numeracy skills and able to take official notes at meetings.
- Good organisational skills with ability to plan and prioritise own workload, the ability to work methodically, and the ability to use own initiative on when to refer matters to others
Hybrid working may be considered for this role and the role holder may be expected to work 60% or more of their time onsite, with 40% the minimum time spent onsite. The opportunity for hybrid working will be discussed at interview.
This is a full time and open ended position and you will be based in the South Kensington campus.
Candidates wishing to be considered for this role should complete an online application.
Should you require any further details about the role, please contact Carey Southward ([email protected]).