|Salary:||£55,000 + Good Benefits per annum|
|Placed On:||13th May 2022|
|Closes:||27th May 2022|
College Employers Scotland is the body through which the Scottish Government’s Policy of National Bargaining is delivered and implemented by the collective employers in the college sector, in partnership with trade unions.
To enable us to effectively support our members to achieve their collective ambitions and ensure they have the workforce and resources to deliver excellence for students, we have decided to bring in additional resources to directly support and progress the National Bargaining agenda. We are therefore looking to recruit two National Bargaining Leads with individual responsibility for either support staff or lecturing staff negotiations.
Reporting to the newly appointed Director of College Employers Scotland, you will build and maintain effective relationships with relevant trade unions allowing you to develop and secure agreement on both a strategic and operational level to support the programme of National Bargaining and establish, agree and implement national conditions of service for Scotland’s colleges. You will also ensure effective interaction, and establishment and maintenance of productive relationships, with relevant senior sector, Scottish Government and Scottish Funding Council stakeholders to ensure the delivery of a sustainable and ‘fit for the future’ college workforce.
The successful candidate(s) will be an experienced HR professional and a solution-focused negotiator with the ability to demonstrate a track record of success in trade union negotiations and dispute resolution, coupled with relevant experience of, and a passion for, the consultation processes. With the ability to operate effectively and rationally in a highly politicised environment, you will be an accomplished communicator who possesses significant personal drive and resilience and is able to respond creatively to new developments, adjusting priorities accordingly.
This is a unique and exciting opportunity that will directly support a sector involved in increasing inclusive and sustainable economic growth in Scotland. To learn more about the role(s) please contact Douglas Adam at Livingston James, our retained advisors.
*NB: Colleges Scotland operates a Hybrid Working Policy and whilst this post is based in Stirling, the successful candidate would not necessarily need to be in the office on a full-time basis.
College Employers Scotland is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy and maternity.
All applications should be sent via the link to firstname.lastname@example.org
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