HR Recruitment & ER Lead

Job reference: 000077

Location: Head Office

Closing date: 31/05/2021

Salary: Circa £30,000 per annum dependant on experience

Employment type: Fixed Term

Department: Human Resources

Hours per week: 35

This important brand-new fixed-term role will be initially for 6 months, starting as soon as possible.

The successful candidate will be responsible to the Head of HR and will be lead on the recruitment and employee relations aspect of HR within Crossroads Care Surrey.

You will use the new applicant tracking system to attract and onboard new recruits and liaise with the company’s employment law advisors to obtain a fair and reasonable outcome for all ER cases.

What we need:

​​​​​​​The successful candidate will need be available immediately, CIPD qualified to at least Level 5 and have recent experience of dealing with Employee Relations cases.  

You will need to have excellent letter writing skills and knowledge and understanding of how HR and Applicant Tracking Systems work.

You will also need to be proficient in Microsoft Office.

We can offer: 

  • Competitive Salary of circa £30,000 per annum pro-rata, dependant on experience
  • Pension scheme
  • Award-winning Employee Assistance Programme
  • 20 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays, pro-rata
  • The option to work from home, with regular visits to the office, where applicable
  • Work laptop


Please apply as soon as possible, the job will be closed as soon as a successful candidate is appointed.


We aim to promote equality of opportunity for all. We value diversity and recognise different people bring different perspective.

Ideas, knowledge and culture is the difference which will strengthen our ability to provide the best level of service possible to support both Carers and their loved ones in need of care as we strive to deliver excellence.

We are committed to safeguarding and the welfare of our clients. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.



 

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