Regional HR Advisor

    Dec 6, 2018
    Leeds, United Kingdom
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    Job Salary
    £30,236.85 - £31,744.49 per annum
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    Do You Want To Use Your Skills To Make A Tangible Difference?

    This is an excellent opportunity to join a friendly, qualified and well regarded HR team working in a dynamic, values led national charity based in Leeds. This is a key role and will be ideal for applicants with a comprehensive level of HR knowledge and experience. This role will suit applicants who are passionate to increase their exposure to employment relations and supporting transformational change programmes such as TUPE.


    The role will support the Regional HR Manager for the North East, Yorkshire and Scotland region and will work with a team of Regional HR Advisors and HR Assistants and will be responsible for providing proactive initial advice to Directors, managers and employees on a wide range of HR issues. This will include supporting managers in making values based decisions on case management such as disciplinary, grievance and sickness management. This role will be involved in policy, process and training development and training delivery. This role also has the opportunity to support the development of an engaging culture that supports over 3,500 staff.


    To be successful in meeting the challenges involved with the role you must have a can do attitude with excellent communication and organisational abilities. You must be able to demonstrate a solution-focussed approach and the ability to make reasoned decisions.

    Experience Requirements

    You will have excellent experience of managing employment relations issues, be CIPD qualified. Able to coach managers with prompt and effective advice on employment relations and change management issues. You will be proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel and have a strong attention to detail. The successful applicant will have a commitment to continuous personal and professional development and ability to work in a fast paced environment.

    With a willingness to travel, you will be able to manage your time effectively, working flexibly with changing priorities, producing work and associated documentation to a high standard. CGL actively supports employee development with opportunities for continuous professional development and a weekly health, wellbeing and development hour.