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HR Adviser

Role Summary

£32,076 – £36,648 per annum

Full time, Permanent Position (Applicants previously shortlisted and interviewed need not apply)

Please do not apply via application form, see below how to apply.

We are looking for an experienced HR professional to join our team to provide support to both Ashfield and Mansfield District Council’s.

Are you organised, able to prioritise multiple tasks and projects?  Do you enjoy having a diverse workload where no two days are the same?

Working in a fast paced environment you will be responsible for providing proactive and effective HR support on a wide variety of employee relations and HR issues which will include disciplinary, grievances, absence management, service reviews, performance, recruitment and job evaluation.

You will be a minimum of level 3 in a relevant subject and extensive experience in face to face Employee relations work.

If you would like to apply please send a CV and covering letter, demonstrating how you meet the essential criteria of the person specification to recruitment@mansfield.gov.uk

We offer a generous leave entitlement starting at 30 days per annum rising to 37 after 5 years’ service in addition to Bank/Public Holidays), access to the Local Government Pension scheme and a range of employee benefits including discounted access to local leisure services and retail outlets

If you would like to discuss the vacancy further please contact Angela Quinn, Senior HR Adviser on 01623 463479, Kate Hill, Senior HR Adviser on 01623 463248 or Nikki Morris, Senior HR Adviser on 01623 463150

Closing date: 3rd December 2023

Interview date: 18th December 2023

Ref: MDC8717



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