|Salary:||£23,699 to £25,458 With potential progression once in post to £29,471 a year.|
|Placed On:||2nd September 2021|
|Closes:||23rd September 2021|
This post provides effective and knowledgeable HR support to academics across the Institute of Metabolism & Systems Research (IMSR) and Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences (ICVS), which are based within the College of Medical and Dental Sciences. The post will have a strong focus on recruitment, oversight of staff fixed term contracts (FTCs), honorary contracts, preparation of inductions packs for new starters and other relevant HR activity as required by the post. The post holder will provide high quality, decisive, resourceful advice and support in strategically planning activities and will report to the Deputy Institute Manager who is responsible for managing all Institute HR functions.
In line with University policies the post holder will advise on and coordinate recruitment activities from start through to appointment. They will be responsible for effectively coordinating FTCs and will have a strong awareness of the impact of contract expiry dates on staff, research and on grants. In liaison with academics and finance teams, the post holder will review complex information to identify extension feasibility and take appropriate action. The post holder will be responsible for honorary contracts and other HR related matters such as, but not limited to, the preparation of CPAG documentation, obtaining finance approvals and the collation of Institute HR information.
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