Permanent HR Officer Wymondham Norfolk
HR Officer Wymondham Norfolk
Vacancy Details: HR Officer Wymondham Norfolk
Permanent, full time, 37 hours a week
Starting as soon as possible
Salary £20,092 – £24,491 per annum
The Sapientia Education Trust (SET) was established in 2016 with the purpose of bringing like-minded schools together to work in partnership to deliver a world class education to pupils in Norfolk and Suffolk. SET currently consists of 6 secondary schools and 10 primary schools, educating over 5,500 pupils. Their Schools range in size from the largest state boarding school in the UK, to several very small, rural schools and they all share the belief that high quality education is broad ranging and embraces strong extra-curricular provision and an expectation that all pupils can and should achieve. As a Trust their school improvement record is very strong.
The trust’s vision is to provide a world class education locally, enabling every pupil to flourish and they do this through delivering an education that is holistic and broad ranging, of high quality in and beyond the classroom ensuring opportunities to achieve are available for all. As a Trust they work closely with schools to harness and develop the talents that exist and to meet the professional needs of staff, sharing best practice, with a strong commitment to personal development. They do this through their established SET Teaching School, delivering this service ensures they can offer several services to assist schools in their school improvement journeys.
The HR Officer’s primary role is to work as an integral part of the HR Team, providing the central recruitment and HR Administration function to the allocated Trust schools, the role includes the following tasks:
- Producing accurate adverts and job descriptions for new posts;
- Arranging and occasionally conducting interviews with an interview panel;
- Pre employment and compliance checks to ensure all new staff meet the requirements;
- Induction and on-boarding processes for new staff;
- Administering new HR processes, policies and procedures;
- Set up new starters on the payroll and calculate complex pay and holiday entitlement;
- Support a head count of approximately 400 members of staff in all HR related queries and contractual changes
The Trust has a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be prepared to undergo a number of checks to confirm their suitability to work with children and young people. The Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.
In accordance with the Department of Education’s “Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2019”, references will be sought on all short-listed candidates before interview.
Subject or Expertise : HR
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School Contact Name and or contact telephone number for this role:: 01953 609012
School Contact email address for this role:: firstname.lastname@example.org