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      • prescot, north west
      • temporary
      • £35,000 - £36,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Job Summary The Trust is one of two "early adopter" sites within Cheshire & Merseyside Integrated Care System implementing a Community Diagnostic Hub (CDH). The CDH is designed to create integrated pathways for diagnostic tests and support Trusts in clearing waiting lists. The CDH delivers a number of diagnostic test for patients including gastroscopy, colonoscopy, echocardiogram, oximetry, blood pressure monitoring, phlebotomy, urine testing, CT scan, ultrasounds and x-rays. The workforce required to deliver these services is a challenge and we need to Understand what our current workforce looks like Maximise the use of our existing workforce Look for ways of engaging external existing skills Look at how we grow the workforce for the future Reporting to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, the HR Projects Manager will play a crucial role in setting up the CDH staffing model to support activity for 12 hour days 7 days per week. This includes developing rosters, mapping workforce gaps, coordinating temporary workforce requirements and developing recruitment plans and campaigns for both the Trust and the wider system. This will require the individual to work in collaboration with colleagues across the organisation including recruitment, temporary workforce, rostering, operational colleagues and the ESR team. The post holder will be responsible for managing the workforce elements of the project with support from the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing. This includes planning, coordinating and delivering actions from the Programme Board, identifying and managing risks as well as attendance at Trust project meetings and ICS led Workforce Steering Groups. Key Responsibilities Overview of Essential Responsibilities: To support the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing by taking lead responsibility for the implementation and delivery of workforce elements of the CDH Project. To provide regular information and updates on the progress of projects to key stakeholders. To provide project progress reports to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board as required. To attend wider project meetings and organise and chair sub-group meetings as required, engaging with key stakeholders ensuring their input and involvement. To champion transformational change which enables the implementation of organisational and stakeholder changes. To provide generalist HR advice and guidance in respect of the Clinical Diagnostic Hub. To identify training and development needs in delivering training solutions. To promote the effective planning and utilisation of staffing resources, including reviews of structures, skill mix different ways of working etc. To produce and review policies, guidelines and toolkits in relation to identified projects and in the light of changes in employment law and good practice. To engage, involve and update staff side representative colleagues on project initiatives and progress as required. Project Management: Take responsibility for the overall management of the workforce elements of the CDH Project in accordance with the agreed programme plan including development, implementation and performance review of the project. Plan and facilitate meetings and workshop events to agree and monitor progress towards project goals. Provide practical support to key project participants. Interpret and translate the outcome from meetings and workshops, communicating these to the project team and others as required. Promote and maintain a system of "testing changes" ensuring that intentions are documented and learning outcomes recorded. Liaise directly with key project participants to ensure that agreed actions are implemented. Prepare evaluation reports on progress for the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board. Prepare evaluation reports on project progress for individual project sponsors. Group Working: Actively adopt strategies that promote effective multidisciplinary/inter professional/ agency working. During projects, work with stakeholder to evaluate and monitor group dynamics and develop systems of support and facilitation to resolve areas of difficulty. Adopt the necessary strategies to ensure the development of effective team working. Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      Job Summary The Trust is one of two "early adopter" sites within Cheshire & Merseyside Integrated Care System implementing a Community Diagnostic Hub (CDH). The CDH is designed to create integrated pathways for diagnostic tests and support Trusts in clearing waiting lists. The CDH delivers a number of diagnostic test for patients including gastroscopy, colonoscopy, echocardiogram, oximetry, blood pressure monitoring, phlebotomy, urine testing, CT scan, ultrasounds and x-rays. The workforce required to deliver these services is a challenge and we need to Understand what our current workforce looks like Maximise the use of our existing workforce Look for ways of engaging external existing skills Look at how we grow the workforce for the future Reporting to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, the HR Projects Manager will play a crucial role in setting up the CDH staffing model to support activity for 12 hour days 7 days per week. This includes developing rosters, mapping workforce gaps, coordinating temporary workforce requirements and developing recruitment plans and campaigns for both the Trust and the wider system. This will require the individual to work in collaboration with colleagues across the organisation including recruitment, temporary workforce, rostering, operational colleagues and the ESR team. The post holder will be responsible for managing the workforce elements of the project with support from the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing. This includes planning, coordinating and delivering actions from the Programme Board, identifying and managing risks as well as attendance at Trust project meetings and ICS led Workforce Steering Groups. Key Responsibilities Overview of Essential Responsibilities: To support the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing by taking lead responsibility for the implementation and delivery of workforce elements of the CDH Project. To provide regular information and updates on the progress of projects to key stakeholders. To provide project progress reports to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board as required. To attend wider project meetings and organise and chair sub-group meetings as required, engaging with key stakeholders ensuring their input and involvement. To champion transformational change which enables the implementation of organisational and stakeholder changes. To provide generalist HR advice and guidance in respect of the Clinical Diagnostic Hub. To identify training and development needs in delivering training solutions. To promote the effective planning and utilisation of staffing resources, including reviews of structures, skill mix different ways of working etc. To produce and review policies, guidelines and toolkits in relation to identified projects and in the light of changes in employment law and good practice. To engage, involve and update staff side representative colleagues on project initiatives and progress as required. Project Management: Take responsibility for the overall management of the workforce elements of the CDH Project in accordance with the agreed programme plan including development, implementation and performance review of the project. Plan and facilitate meetings and workshop events to agree and monitor progress towards project goals. Provide practical support to key project participants. Interpret and translate the outcome from meetings and workshops, communicating these to the project team and others as required. Promote and maintain a system of "testing changes" ensuring that intentions are documented and learning outcomes recorded. Liaise directly with key project participants to ensure that agreed actions are implemented. Prepare evaluation reports on progress for the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board. Prepare evaluation reports on project progress for individual project sponsors. Group Working: Actively adopt strategies that promote effective multidisciplinary/inter professional/ agency working. During projects, work with stakeholder to evaluate and monitor group dynamics and develop systems of support and facilitation to resolve areas of difficulty. Adopt the necessary strategies to ensure the development of effective team working. Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      • liverpool, north west
      • temporary
      • £14.79 - £17.25, per hour, Benefits
      • randstad inhouse services
      Are you looking for a new challenge in an exciting, fast paced industry? Do you have experience supporting workers within a manufacturing environment? Are you an enthusiastic HR generalist looking for your next challenge?If you have answered yes to one or more of the above questions, we have a fantastic opportunity for you.On behalf of our client, a market leader within the automotive industry, we are recruiting for an HR Advisor/generalist based in South Liverpool. ResponsibilitiesReporting to the Plant HR Manager, you will have exposure to each area of HR across the plant, where you will have responsibility to:Provide full HR generalist support to plant, leading on employee relations casework including disciplinary and grievanceChampion employee engagement for the site with a focus on employee events and developing innovative ways to drive engagement.Advise and support the leadership team and line managers to deliver effective internal communication and adhere to the communications plan.Coach Managers in implementing and developing good people and performance management across the business and deliver training to upskill to managers on key HR policies and proceduresWork in collaboration with HR team to design and implement health and wellbeing strategyDrive and assist employee engagement activitiesEngage in ad hoc HR project work and contribute to the continuous improvement of HR systems and practicesExperience and SkillsPrevious experience working in a HR generalist capacityExcellent communication and interpersonal influencing skills; can foster teamwork and achieve business objectivesAbility to work under pressure and prioritise workloadExperience of working in fast-paced Manufacturing or similar environmentProblem solving and decision making aptitudeStrong work ethics and reliability, with meticulous attention to detailCIPD qualification (Desirable)Excellent IT skills - Microsoft Office, Teams, and PowerPoint and HRIS systems (ADP eTime and Workday) or willing to learn new IT systemsBenefitsOpportunity to opt into a Worker Benefits Program what includes discounts at high street shops, gym memberships, cinema tickets, etc.Accrual of up to 26 Days paid annual leave plus bank holidaysPensionWeekly pay on FridaySubsidised canteenFree parkingMotorbike and bicycle sheltersPay & Hours£14.79-17.25 PER HOUR Dependant on experience based on 39 hour working week (07:30am - 16:30pm, Monday - Thursday, 07:30am - 12:30pm, Friday)It is essential that you provide 2 years of employment history with a minimum of 6 months references from your most recent employment.If you would like to learn more about this position, please apply today with an updated CV and one of the onsite team will contact you with further details.
      Are you looking for a new challenge in an exciting, fast paced industry? Do you have experience supporting workers within a manufacturing environment? Are you an enthusiastic HR generalist looking for your next challenge?If you have answered yes to one or more of the above questions, we have a fantastic opportunity for you.On behalf of our client, a market leader within the automotive industry, we are recruiting for an HR Advisor/generalist based in South Liverpool. ResponsibilitiesReporting to the Plant HR Manager, you will have exposure to each area of HR across the plant, where you will have responsibility to:Provide full HR generalist support to plant, leading on employee relations casework including disciplinary and grievanceChampion employee engagement for the site with a focus on employee events and developing innovative ways to drive engagement.Advise and support the leadership team and line managers to deliver effective internal communication and adhere to the communications plan.Coach Managers in implementing and developing good people and performance management across the business and deliver training to upskill to managers on key HR policies and proceduresWork in collaboration with HR team to design and implement health and wellbeing strategyDrive and assist employee engagement activitiesEngage in ad hoc HR project work and contribute to the continuous improvement of HR systems and practicesExperience and SkillsPrevious experience working in a HR generalist capacityExcellent communication and interpersonal influencing skills; can foster teamwork and achieve business objectivesAbility to work under pressure and prioritise workloadExperience of working in fast-paced Manufacturing or similar environmentProblem solving and decision making aptitudeStrong work ethics and reliability, with meticulous attention to detailCIPD qualification (Desirable)Excellent IT skills - Microsoft Office, Teams, and PowerPoint and HRIS systems (ADP eTime and Workday) or willing to learn new IT systemsBenefitsOpportunity to opt into a Worker Benefits Program what includes discounts at high street shops, gym memberships, cinema tickets, etc.Accrual of up to 26 Days paid annual leave plus bank holidaysPensionWeekly pay on FridaySubsidised canteenFree parkingMotorbike and bicycle sheltersPay & Hours£14.79-17.25 PER HOUR Dependant on experience based on 39 hour working week (07:30am - 16:30pm, Monday - Thursday, 07:30am - 12:30pm, Friday)It is essential that you provide 2 years of employment history with a minimum of 6 months references from your most recent employment.If you would like to learn more about this position, please apply today with an updated CV and one of the onsite team will contact you with further details.

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