HR Professional - part time job share

England, Essex, Chelmsford
Up to £43430 per annum
04 Sep 2019
19 Sep 2019
Job role
Contract Type
Part Time
Please note this is a job share opportunity for two days per week to work either Mon & Tues or Thur & Fri. Salary of £43,430 will be pro rata to £17,372 per annum.

Interviews are to be held week commencing the 30th September and week commencing the 7th October 2019.

Here at Essex County Council, we're looking at things differently. By 2020, we aim to be both self-funded and self-sufficient, standing on our own two feet financially. We need to think differently and be more creative about how we use resources to solve the problems of tomorrow.

To ensure that happens, we need people in place who are excited by challenges and inspired by our vision. Our organisation development and people function are united in their approach to deliver this change agenda - with the People Plan at the heart of our delivery commitments. Passionate about people, we are looking for innovators, great leadership role models and trusted advisors who can make a real difference.

As part of the People Business Partnering and Employment Practice team, you'll play a key role in building our capability and contributing directly to achieve our transformation. You'll be joining at a really exciting time supporting the delivery of our People Plan across a diverse range of areas. As an effective consultant, you will work closely with Business Partners on organisational change projects, managing complex employment cases and the implementation of People Plan initiatives. You'll also coach leaders and managers across a wide range of people solutions including organisation design and change, redundancy and TUPE, to develop their skill sets and increase their confidence in managing others.

Qualified at MCIPD level or working towards this, you'll be able to demonstrate commitment to your own professional development. You'll be an excellent communicator with a track record of building strong and influential relationships with stakeholders. Able to identify opportunities for improvement and experience of planning and delivering successful change programmes, you'll be able to identify risks and know how to mitigate them. A broad understanding of employee relations and how to design and develop people activities to improve organisational performance is also essential.