Employment & Skills Advisor - South Edinburgh

Core Terms & Conditions


The post will be for 35 hours per week, worked over Monday to Thursday from 8.30am to 5.00pm and on Fridays from 8.30am to 2.30pm with one 60-minute lunch break (unpaid) per worked day.


The gross salary will be £32,500 per annum, subject to confirmation of relevant experience


Job Purpose


To develop, support, implement and maintain key policies that will assist Members on a wide range of employment issues and assist the Director of Employment & Skills in their delivery.


To support the work of various Committees and ensure that Agendas and Minutes are accurate.


To provide administrative support for skills and development.



Person Specification


An in-depth knowledge and understanding of employment legislation and best practices.


The ability to analyse, monitor and understand legislation in order to develop and produce guidance which promotes good employment practice in a timely manner.


Through interpersonal skills, the ability to build and maintain good working relationships with the Directors of Function, Line Managers, Member companies and the industry Trade Union.


The ability to communicate (verbally and in writing) effectively using a variety of mediums.


Proficiency in Microsoft office suite and database, and in the general use of IT systems and programmes.


The ability to prepare surveys, analyse data and produce quantitative and qualitative reports which illustrate key points.



Key Responsibility Objectives


Review, develop and maintain key policies on a wide range of employment issues on behalf of our client


Produce updates, guidance notes, circulars and articles for use in our magazine (CABLEtalk) and our website for Member Companies on relevant topics and changes to employment law.


Review, develop, and maintain internal Human Resource processes, policies and procedures


Support, participate and provide administrative support Committees ensuring actions are implemented in a timely manner.


Support, participate and provide administrative support for skills and development work undertaken



Experience


Experience in administering HR processes and procedures


Experience in recruitment


Experience in providing employment advice.


Experience of designing and writing employment policies and procedures


Experience in preparing Agendas and Minutes.



Desirable


Experience of working with Trade Unions.



Specialist skills or knowledge


Essential


Knowledge of employment law.


Knowledge of analysing statistical data


Attention to detail



Desirable


Experience in preparing briefing notes and presentations


Knowledge of Investors in People



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