The Cystic Fibrosis Trust has a fundamental story to tell, a story of a devastating genetic condition and the fight to lift the limits people with cystic fibrosis (CF) currently face. We are fighting for a life unlimited for everyone affected by the condition. Our mission is to create a world where everyone living with cystic fibrosis will be able to look forward to a long, healthy life.
We are seeking a People and Payroll Manager to join us in meeting this challenge by further developing and delivering a high quality and flexible people and payroll offering, in line with legislative requirements and best practice, that enables the Trust to achieve its aims and strategy.
This is a fully generalist role covering all aspects of HR with the exception of Learning and Development. Key areas of responsibility include managing and administering the Trust’s payroll system - Cascade, evaluating new roles or changes to roles using the Trust’s job evaluation scheme, supporting employees, some of who live with cystic fibrosis themselves, with their welfare needs and managing an HR Administrator, working with them to advise line managers on recruitment needs, as well as managing the full cycle of the recruitment process.
This is a challenging and stimulating role working in a proactive and supportive team and it is important that the individual has an aptitude to look ahead to observe, assess and adapt to the changing conditions within the charity and voluntary sectors in which we operate, ensuring that the Trust is in the best position to respond to the challenges and benefit from the opportunities it faces.
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This role is based in our London office, but our flexible working policy means that you will be able to work from home regularly.
Benefits include 30 days annual leave (pro rata) and opportunities for learning and development.
Applications for this role are now closed.
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