Current Vacancies

At Ability we focus on ability, not disability. Do you share our values and have a positive attitude? If so, you could make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable adults in your area who need care or support to be able to live more independently.

Empathy, communication skills and team work are vital for our roles along with your positive “can do” attitude and commitment to the highest standards of customer service. We offer a culture of support and leadership, extensive training, health care scheme and contributory pension. We value the diversity of our workforce and encourage applications from all sections of the community.

With the COVID-19 situation evolving every day, you may be in a situation where you are facing uncertain times and currently worrying about how to make ends meet, or in a position where you want and can help the most vulnerable people in your community.

This is a challenging time with many businesses facing potential closures, unfortunately resulting in many people being out of work.

Ability have a positive solution – we are hiring!

To ensure we can continue to deliver care and support to our vulnerable customers, we are looking for people who have a positive can-do attitude and are available to start immediately.

During these times we will carry out shortlisting and interviews via video or telephone calls.

Vacancy Type

Housing

Housing

Care & Support

Care & Support

Ability Head Office

Head Office


Housing

Housing & Support Officer – reference HSOLO1021

We have a fantastic opportunity for a Housing & Support officer. In this post you will be looking after a patch that covers Croydon, Merton, Kingston and Sutton with a total patch size of around 120 properties.

This role combines the provision of comprehensive housing and tenancy management services, as well as the additional support and supervision which our customers may need to help them sustain their housing and achieve their personal independent living goals. You will have the opportunity to work closely with your customers, their Care & Support staff (who provide personal care and support) and many other agencies.  These roles are perfect for people with housing management experience who are looking for the opportunity to provide more intensive, personalised housing support services.

No experience of working in supported housing required if you have general needs housing management experience and can demonstrate a desire and aptitude for helping our customer group to maintain independence, then please apply.

Post requirements

  • Car driver – full clean licence and use of own car for work
  • Able to carry out property visits across the designated area
  •  This post requires an enhanced DBS check (done by company)

Benefits you will receive with this role

  •  Support and Leadership
  •  Training and development opportunities
  • Company healthcare scheme
  • 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension
  • 0.45p per mile

What you’ll do

  • To work as part of a team providing housing management and tenancy sustainment support services to Ability’s client group, which includes customers with learning disabilities, mental health needs and / or physical and sensory impairments.
  • To provide comprehensive housing and tenancy management services including the management of rent and service charge payments and arrears; voids and lettings;  tenancy management and enforcement, including nuisance and anti-social behaviour;  estate / scheme inspections, property maintenance and health and safety issues.
  • To provide care, support and supervision to customers to help them maintain their housing and achieve their personal independent living goals.

Experience and Qualifications you will need

  • Experience in providing general needs housing / tenancy management services within an organisation that provides social housing
  • Has worked un a supported housing environment
  • 5 GCSE passes at grade C or above including English and Maths, or equivalent.
  • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a part of a team, developing good working relationships with colleagues and external service providers
  • Can effectively manage a busy and varied workload, prioritise between conflicting demands and be able to meet deadlines
  • Experience of making court applications relating to tenancy breaches, including but not limited to injunctions for access, and possession applications.
  • Be proficient in using Microsoft office applications, including Word. Excel and Outlook

Job Title – Housing & Support Officer

Salary – up to £31,000 per annum

Location – Patch 1 – Croydon, Merton, Kingston and Sutton

Hours – 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday)

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

Housing & Support Officer – reference HSORBF1021

We have a fantastic opportunity for a Housing & Support officer. In this post you will be looking after a patch that covers Reading, Bracknell Forest and Farnham with a total patch size of around 120 properties.

This role combines the provision of comprehensive housing and tenancy management services, as well as the additional support and supervision which our customers may need to help them sustain their housing and achieve their personal independent living goals. You will have the opportunity to work closely with your customers, their Care & Support staff (who provide personal care and support) and many other agencies.  These roles are perfect for people with housing management experience who are looking for the opportunity to provide more intensive, personalised housing support services.

No experience of working in supported housing required if you have general needs housing management experience and can demonstrate a desire and aptitude for helping our customer group to maintain independence, then please apply.

Post requirements

  • Car driver – full clean licence and use of own car for work
  • Able to carry out property visits across the designated area
  •  This post requires an enhanced DBS check (done by company)

Benefits you will receive with this role

  •  Support and Leadership
  •  Training and development opportunities
  • Company healthcare scheme
  • 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension
  • 0.45p per mile

What you’ll do

  • To work as part of a team providing housing management and tenancy sustainment support services to Ability’s client group, which includes customers with learning disabilities, mental health needs and / or physical and sensory impairments.
  • To provide comprehensive housing and tenancy management services including the management of rent and service charge payments and arrears; voids and lettings;  tenancy management and enforcement, including nuisance and anti-social behaviour;  estate / scheme inspections, property maintenance and health and safety issues.
  • To provide care, support and supervision to customers to help them maintain their housing and achieve their personal independent living goals.

Experience and Qualifications you will need

  • Experience in providing general needs housing / tenancy management services within an organisation that provides social housing
  • Has worked un a supported housing environment
  • 5 GCSE passes at grade C or above including English and Maths, or equivalent.
  • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a part of a team, developing good working relationships with colleagues and external service providers
  • Can effectively manage a busy and varied workload, prioritise between conflicting demands and be able to meet deadlines
  • Experience of making court applications relating to tenancy breaches, including but not limited to injunctions for access, and possession applications.
  • Be proficient in using Microsoft office applications, including Word. Excel and Outlook

Job Title – Housing & Support Officer

Salary – £28,500 per annum

Location – Patch 5, Bracknell Forest, Reading and Farnham

Hours – 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday)

The closing date for applications is 10th of November.

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Job Description

Care & Support

Senior Support Worker – Sessile Court – Hayes – reference SSWSC092021

Senior Support Worker – Sessile Court, Hayes
Ability Care Support provides supported living services in Hillingdon for vulnerable adults with mental health disabilities enabling them to live more independently. We are looking to recruit a Senior Support Worker to join us on a full-time basis based from our office in Hillingdon.

The successful candidate will work as part of a motivated team, working shifts over a 7-day period which will include weekend working, waking nights, sleep in’s and bank holidays.

We are looking for someone who has experience of managing teams and be competent in carrying out all aspects of employee management including managing and organising the rotas. Good IT skills including the use of Microsoft Excel is essential.

The successful applicant will be have a “can do” attitude, be highly motivated and have a proven track record in achieving positive outcomes as well as sharing Ability’s values and behaviours.

Salary: £23,337.86 pa (inclusive of London Weighting).
Hours: 40 working per week on a shift basis.

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

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Job Description

Support Worker – Pound House – Dorking – reference SWDK072021

Support Workers – Dorking

Do you want a rewarding career where you can really make a difference?

Do you have:

  • Some understanding of recovery principles and embedding the ethos of recovery into your own practice.
  • Ability to make a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s situation and needs
  • Excellent communication
  • Good organisational skills
  • Being able to work under your own initiative

If yes, join us at Ability Housing where you can be part of a friendly and inspiring team as a Support Worker.

Vacancies details

We have 2 vacancies at Pound House in Dorking, Surrey, for a permanent position, working full time, 40 hours per week.   The successful candidates need to be able to be part of rolling rota, covering days, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins.

About the role

You will provide outcomes focused support to individuals living with mental illness or dual diagnosis, including one to one individual support and liaison with other mental health agencies on behalf of people who use our services.

You will also:

  • Work to enable individuals to self-manage their personal and domestic resources and to undertake activities of daily living.
  • Jointly develop, review, monitor and adapt person centred support and safety plans.
  • Monitor and report to senior staff on the effectiveness of support delivery
  • Contribute to the protection of individuals from the risk of abuse and harm to self and others who access our services.
  • Encourage those living with mental illness to recognise, understand and manage factors that affect their mental wellbeing and physical health
  • Empower our customers to develop the independent living skills they need, to successfully move on.

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Dorking area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments . At this service you will provide personal care, where required to our customers. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently.

Salary – £18,937 – 40 hours per week (£9.08ph)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

Senior Support Worker, Slough – reference SLSW072021

We focus on ability, not disability. Do you share our values and have a positive attitude? If so, you could make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable adults in your area who need some care or support to live more independently.

Ability Care & Support is looking to recruit a Senior Support Worker to contribute to the efficient and effective management of this service with support from the Team Manager, leading and coordinating a team of Support Workers to provide high quality care and support to our customers.

The position will be on a full-time basis. A level of previous management experience is required but not essential. There will be an expectation that the successful candidate will undertake management duties with respect to the team, work in accordance with the rota system in addition to ensuring the quality of support provided to customers reflects their identified outcomes. Key behaviours expected of the successful candidate include empathy, good communication skills and the ability to lead a team along with a positive “can do” attitude and commitment to the highest standards of customer service.

This role will be based in one of our Services in Slough.

Salary: £21,627.67
Hours: 40 Hours a week (Rota)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Thank you for your interest in Ability Housing Association and we wish you all the best during these difficult times.

Join us now – Apply here

Support Worker, Genesis House – Staines – reference SWGH072021

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Staines area. Genesis House is a Mental Health and Substance Misuse service. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing support recovery with a focus on supporting customers to develop community networks which support independence.

Do you want a rewarding career where you can really make a difference?

Do you have:

  • Some understanding of recovery principles and embedding the ethos of recovery into your own practice.
  • Ability to make a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s situation and needs
  • Excellent communication
  • Good organisational skills
  • Being able to work under your own initiative

If yes, join us at Ability Housing where you can be part of a friendly and inspiring team as a Support Worker.

Vacancies details

We have 2 vacancies at Genesis House in Staines, Surrey, for a permanent position, working full time, 40 hours per week.   The successful candidates need to be able to be part of rolling rota, covering days, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins.

About the role

You will provide outcomes focused support to individuals living with mental illness or dual diagnosis, including one to one individual support and liaison with other mental health agencies on behalf of people who use our services.

You will also:

  • Work to enable individuals to self-manage their personal and domestic resources and to undertake activities of daily living.
  • Jointly develop, review, monitor and adapt person centred support and safety plans.
  • Monitor and report to senior staff on the effectiveness of support delivery
  • Contribute to the protection of individuals from the risk of abuse and harm to self and others who access our services.
  • Encourage those living with mental illness to recognise, understand and manage factors that affect their mental wellbeing and physical health
  • Empower our customers to develop the independent living skills they need, to successfully move on.

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Staines area. Genesis House is a Mental Health and Substance Misuse service. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing support recovery with a focus on supporting customers to develop community networks which support independence.

Salary – £18,937 – 40 hours per week (£9.08ph)

The hours you work will depend on our customer needs but we will agree these with you in advance.

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

Support Worker, Fiddlers Green Surbiton – reference FGSW0721

Support Worker – Surbiton – Fiddlers Green

Empowering customers to live rewarding and happy lives. That’s when it hits home.
We have fabulous opportunity for you to join our awesome team. You’ll support our brilliant customers who have mild to moderate learning disabilities, autism needs. We focus on ability, not disability. Do you share our values and have a positive attitude? If so, you could make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable adults in your area who need some care or support to live more independently.

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Surbiton area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments. We are looking for Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently. As well as genuine job satisfaction, we can also offer flexible working arrangements. The hours you work will depend on our customers’ needs but we agree these with you upfront. Working as part of a team you will work shifts over a 7-day period which includes weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins. Applicants should also be aware the activity of providing personal care is required for a number of our customers.

Benefits Ability offer:
• Excellent hourly rates of pay
• On the Job and E learning training provided.
• Company cash back healthcare scheme on completion of probation
• Life insurance
• Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
• Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for Zero Hours and Casuals
• Flexible shifts that meet the needs of our customers, on a full-time/part time or bank basis
• 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
• Contributory pension scheme

Requirements for Support Worker
• Right to work in the UK – documents such as passport and national insurance number.
• A driving licence/access to a car is desirable due to the community support. We support travel by paying a mileage allowance of up to 45p per mile
• The ability to work on a shift basis including days, evenings, weekends, waking nights and overnight sleep-ins
• Provide personal care, where required to our customers
• Administer and monitor medication
• Have clear communication skills
• Be able to record and report effectively

Salary – £20,292 – 40 hours per week (£9.73ph)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here for Full-time/Part-time

Job Description

Support Worker, Waterlooville – reference WLSW072021

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Waterlooville area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently As well as genuine job satisfaction, we can also offer flexible working arrangements. The hours you work will depend on our customers’ needs but we agree these with you upfront. Working as part of a team you will work shifts over a 7-day period which includes weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins. Applicants should also be aware the activity of providing personal care is required for a number of our customers.

Benefits Ability offer:
• Excellent hourly rates of pay
• On the Job and E learning training provided.
• Company cash back healthcare scheme on completion of probation
• Life insurance
• Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
• Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for Zero Hours and Casuals
• Flexible shifts that meet the needs of our customers, on a full-time/part time or bank basis
• 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
• Contributory pension scheme

Requirements for Support Worker
• Right to work in the UK – documents such as passport and national insurance number.
• A driving licence/access to a car is desirable due to the community support. We support travel by paying a mileage allowance of up to 45p per mile
• The ability to work on a shift basis including days, evenings, weekends, waking nights and overnight sleep-ins
• Provide personal care, where required to our customers
• Administer and monitor medication
• Have clear communication skills
• Be able to record and report effectively

The hours you work will depend on our customer needs but we will agree these with you in advance.

Salary – 40 Hours Per Week – £18,937 (£9.08ph)
Salary – 20 Hours Per Week – £9,468 (£9.08ph)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here for Full-time/Part-time

Job Description

 

Support Worker, Havant – reference HPLSW072021

x1 Support Worker Vacancy at Prospect Lane – Havant – 30 Hours Per Week

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Havant area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently. As well as genuine job satisfaction, we can also offer flexible working arrangements. The hours you work will depend on our customers’ needs but we agree these with you upfront. Working as part of a team you will work shifts over a 7-day period which includes weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins. Applicants should also be aware the activity of providing personal care is required for a number of our customers.

Benefits Ability offer:
• Excellent hourly rates of pay
• On the Job and E learning training provided.
• Company cash back healthcare scheme on completion of probation
• Life insurance
• Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
• Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for Zero Hours and Casuals
• Flexible shifts that meet the needs of our customers, on a full-time/part time or bank basis
• 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
• Contributory pension scheme

Requirements for Support Worker
• Right to work in the UK – documents such as passport and national insurance number.
• A driving licence/access to a car is desirable due to the community support. We support travel by paying a mileage allowance of up to 45p per mile
• The ability to work on a shift basis including days, evenings, weekends, waking nights and overnight sleep-ins
• Provide personal care, where required to our customers
• Administer and monitor medication
• Have clear communication skills
• Be able to record and report effectively

Salary – 30 Hours Per Week – £14,202 (£9.08ph)

The hours you work will depend on our customer needs but we will agree these with you in advance.

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here for Full-time/Part-time

Job Description

Support Worker, Hayes – reference SWHPL0721

Support Worker – Hayes Park Lodge, Hayes.

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Hayes area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently. As well as genuine job satisfaction, we can also offer flexible working arrangements. The hours you work will depend on our customers’ needs but we agree these with you upfront. Working as part of a team you will work shifts over a 7-day period which includes weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins. Applicants should also be aware the activity of providing personal care is required for a number of our customers.

Benefits Ability offer:

  • Excellent hourly rates of pay
  • On the Job and E learning training provided.
  • Company cash back healthcare scheme on completion of probation
  • Life insurance
  • Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
  • Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for Zero Hours and Casuals
  • Flexible shifts that meet the needs of our customers, on a full-time/part time or bank basis
  • 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension scheme

Requirements for Support Worker:

  • Right to work in the UK – documents such as passport and national insurance number.
  • A driving licence/access to a car is desirable due to the community support. We support travel by paying a mileage allowance of up to 45p per mile
  • The ability to work on a shift basis including days, evenings, weekends, waking nights and overnight sleep-ins
  • Provide personal care, where required to our customers
  • Administer and monitor medication
  • Have clear communication skills
  • Be able to record and report effectively

The hours you work will depend on our customer needs but we will agree these with you in advance.

Salary: £21,064.56 – 40 hours a week

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here

Job Description

Support Worker, Woking – reference WOKSW062021

Support Worker – Woking

Ability Care & Support provides support to vulnerable adults within the Woking area with learning difficulties/mental health and physical or sensory impairments. We are looking for a Support Workers to join our friendly team on a full-time basis, providing care and support to help our customers make the most of their abilities and support them to live independently. As well as genuine job satisfaction, we can also offer flexible working arrangements. The hours you work will depend on our customers’ needs but we agree these with you upfront. Working as part of a team you will work shifts over a 7-day period which includes weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins. Applicants should also be aware the activity of providing personal care is required for a number of our customers.

Benefits Ability offer:

  • Excellent hourly rates of pay
  • On the Job and E learning training provided.
  • Company cash back healthcare scheme on completion of probation
  • Life insurance
  • Refer a Friend Scheme – Earn cash rewards
  • Accruable Holiday entitlement in addition to your hourly pay rate for Zero Hours and Casuals
  • Flexible shifts that meet the needs of our customers, on a full-time/part time or bank basis
  • 30 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension scheme

Requirements for Support Worker

  • Right to work in the UK – documents such as passport and national insurance number.
  • Driving licence/access to a car is desirable due to the community support. We support travel by paying a mileage allowance of up to 45p per mile
  • The ability to work on a shift basis including days, evenings, weekends, waking nights and overnight sleep-ins
  • Provide personal care, where required to our customers
  • Administer and monitor medication
  • Have clear communication skills
  • Be able to record and report effectively

The hours you work will depend on our customer needs but we will agree these with you in advance.

Salary – £18,937 – 40 hours per week (£9.08ph)

This post requires employment references and clearance by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Due to the large number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately not able to contact all applicants. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of submitting your application, you should assume that on this occasion, your application has not been successful.

Join us now – Apply here for Full-time/Part-time

Job Description

 

Head Office

HR Officer, Staines – reference HRO1021

Job Title:                            HR Officer

Reporting to:                     Head of HR

Salary:                                  £35,000

Closing date 24th October 2021

Overall Objectives

  • Be responsible and involved with all aspects of the HR processes including employee relations, recruitment, disciplinary and grievance as well as looking after the absenc e management procedures.
  • To ensure that HR policies, procedures and process are fully compliant with legal and statutory requirements.
  • To ensure HR KPI’s are produced on a monthly basis and analysed in terms of key trends
  • To have an understanding of payroll, pensions and benefit  process.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Be responsible for your own caseload and support line managers in dealing with performance management issues such as capability, absence, disciplinary and grievance to ensure that they are conducted in a fair, objective and compliant manner as well as adhering to Policy, Procedure and Employment Law.
  • To take minutes and represent HR at meetings where required.
  • Monitor absence on a monthly basis, using the Bradford Factor and liaise with managers in relation to absence management.
  • To work in conjunction with the Head of HR on the review and implementation of all relevant HR policies and procedures.
  • To ensure HR KPI’s are produced, managed and analysed to ensure compliance throughout the business.
  • Ensure the HR system is up to date and for all employee information to be kept in  accordance with GDPR.
  • To work in conjunction with our Internal Recruiter to ensure we provide a service to line managers in respect of senior and or office based recruitment and selection of staff, ensuring all recruitment activity is within budget and in accordance with the Ability’s diversity and equality policies.
  • To ensure all amendments for employees are processed in conjunction with payroll and ensure all correspondence is sent in a timely and efficient manner.
  • To assist with the pensions and benefits administration where required
  • To oversee the payroll post and be able to check and sign of all payroll reports before final sign off by Finance.
  • To consult appropriately on implementing any changes and communicate to all employees to ensure understanding and compliance.
  • To provide HR input and support to any projects which involve TUPE transfers.
  • To    keep    abreast      of    current    trends     in    pay     and    reward      and    contribute      to regular reviews of Ability’s compensation and benefits package.
  • To champion the promotion of Diversity and Equality throughout Ability’s HR policies and practices.
  • To attend meetings and carry out other duties reasonably requested in the absence of the Head of Human Resources
  • Any other duties that fall into the scope of this role.
  • Willing to travel to all office locations.

Requirements & Experience required:

  • CIPD Qualified to Level 5 or studying towards
  • Minimum of 2 Years’ experience within a HR Function managing employee cases
  • A thorough understanding and knowledge of Employment Law,
  • Proven experience of understanding all payroll processes inc pensions.
  • Makes sensible, intelligent decisions in order to advise managers on employee related matters.
  • HR System experience, including implementation, management and data analysis
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and presentational skills for varied audiences
  • Excellent attention to detail and organised
  • Demonstrate strong leadership and good  communication skills,
  • Demonstrates a “Can DO” Approach – approaches all tasks in an enthusiastic way.
  • Capable communication skills – handles complex and difficult situations with thought and confidence in a way that managers and employees can understand.
  • Competent user of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
  • Displays integrity – is sincere in own behaviour and in dealings with others
  • Self motivated and self aware – recognizes own strengths and weaknesses
  • Takes a broad interest in the success and development of the company and the human resource function as a whole
  • Works with others in a collaborative and solutions focused manner to achieve positive outcomes
  • Can quickly establish credibility and respect and build strong working relationships with department managers.
  • Takes a broad interest in the success and development of the company and the human resource function as a whole
  • Lead, motivate and influence staff at all levels, delivering excellent results on all employee matters
  • Must have a full Driving Licence and own vehicle available for work purposes
  • Experience working within a Social Care environment

Any other information:

See full job description below.

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Job Description

We are a growing organisation and may need your AbilityPOSITIVE+ approach in the near future.

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