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Human Resources Officer

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Chichester

University of Chichester

Salary range: up to £32,237 per annum.

Full Time

The role

This is an excellent career opportunity for a role holder with ambition and drive to work in a busy and varied Higher Education environment. It is essential you have a proven track record of supporting a range of Human Resource matters in a large and complex organisation.


Providing a helpful, responsive, professional, customer-focused service, you will work within a small and agile Human Resources and Professional Development team to promote the University''s People Strategy agenda. Experienced in employee engagement and wellbeing will be a distinct advantage, along with excellent people skills and a thorough understanding of employment law. You will contribute fully to operational and transactional HR processes and procedures, as well as using your knowledge and experience to advise on a broad range of people management issues, including formal employee relations policies and procedures.


What you will bring to the role

Professionally qualified (or equivalent), this role would suit an individual with excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, significant experience of working successfully with teams of staff and managers at all levels. We will welcome your ability to work in a timely manner to a consistently high standard and to adapt to new and changing circumstances.


Informal enquiries about the recruitment process will be welcomed by Helen Girling, Human Resources Manager and Deputy to the Chief Human Resources Officer on 01243 816120 or email HR@chi.ac.uk.


The University of Chichester welcomes applicants from BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) backgrounds as they are currently under represented at this level.


The University offers you access to a range of training and development opportunities; discounted Gym membership; Local Government Pension Scheme; 25 days'' holiday (rising to 27 days'' in your fifth year of service), Bank Holidays and University closure periods (e.g. between Christmas and the New Year).


Interview Date: 25 July 2019