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HR Practitioner - 16750

LP/HQ00032693
£ 373.07 - £ 373.07 per day
Description:
Lead and direct the Human Resource team to deliver a comprehensive service to the organisation. Responsibilities include: taking overall responsibility for recruitment activity and campaigns; collaborating with the business to fully understand its needs and objectives for both the current and future business challenges; measure employee satisfaction and identify areas that require improvement; maintaining the succession plan and talent pipeline; coaching managers on performance management issues and ensuring delivery of training requirements. Implementing new HR policies, procedures and processes; managing HR budgets and driving employee engagement. 
To undertake a review of the MOD suite of Shift Working policies to create a single new policy. This will require policy modernisation to bring MOD in line with the rest of Government’s approach for Shift Working to support a modern affordable workforce making best use of public funds while creating an attractive employee proposition. 

Using appropriate evidence based from a range of source material including shift working practices used by Other Government Departments (OGDs) and the private sector. In parallel to work with the Pay and Reward team to design a financial model to support harmonising pay and public and holiday practices to develop a national framework applicable across the UK. 

The candidate should: 

• Have extensive experience working in complex HR policy areas and a good understanding of shift working in a medium to large organisations, geography spread across the UK; 
• Have an understanding in employment law with a focus on employment contracts 
• Have an understanding of financial modelling to support a range of recommendations; 
• Have experience in Industrial Relations, engaging with Trade Unions. The role will require working with the Project lead in consulting with a MOD Trade Unions; 
• Be comfortable engaging with Senior stakeholders at a strategic level 
• Have a fundamental understanding Project Management disciplines e.g. Prince2, Agile, etc 
Minimum Requirement: 
Have extensive experience working in complex HR policy areas and a good understanding of shift working in a medium to large organisations, geography spread across the UK; • Have an understanding in employment law with a focus on employment contracts • Have an understanding of financial modelling to support a range of recommendations; • Have experience in Industrial Relations, engaging with Trade Unions. The role will require working with the Project lead in consulting with a MOD Trade Unions; • Be comfortable engaging with Senior stakeholders at a strategic level • Have a fundamental understanding Project Management disciplines e.g. Prince2, Agile, etc

Key task and Deliverables
• Engage with business units who have shift workers to establish custom and practice in those areas and how Shift Working policies are currently implemented 
• Review Departmental risks / issues with shift working policies with primary stakeholders in the Top Level Budget (TLB) areas: Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Army etc;
• Analysis of current MOD shift working policies and against OGDs e.g. HMRC, Home Office, HMPSS and Private Sector;
• Harmonise the suite of shift working policies and practices to develop a new single policy which aligns all regional practice on a range of specific areas such as Pay and Public and Privilege Holiday;
• Develop cost assessment and proposal of alignment and early financial impacts for TLBs;
• Work with Government Legal Department (GLD) lawyers to assess the best manageable risk based course of action; and
• Develop detailed implementation plan with MOD Shared Services and support CivHR with the consultation with Trade Unions.
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CV Deadline: Friday 9th August 4pm