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HRDirector Nov 2012

HRDirector Nov 2012

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Role Title: Finance Director Typically reports to
Full time. 36.25 hours per weekSalary: Band 8 (£29,236-£31,754)
Headteacher 
Purpose of the role (job statement)
To lead and manage by providing professional skills and technical capabilities, specialist subject knowledge(including employment legislation) integrity in decision making and operational activity that is required for theeffective operations of Human Resource Management at Stretford High School and develop a professional HRfunction within the School.The postholder will work with the Head in developing and implementing a vision and strategy for HR across theSchool, including Recruitment and selection, appraisal and training development analysis, remuneration andbenefits advice, lead disciplinary and grievance procedures, lead on Health and safety in the workplace.Review, update, create and manage the introduction of all HR policies in the light of approved HR strategy.The post holder will report directly to the Headteacher and will line manage a non teaching services team.
 
Principal Responsibilities
The person appointed, in addition to carrying out key duties particularly assigned by the Headteacher, shall-a/ Assist in the implementation of the aims and objectives of the school.b/ Maintain and develop the ethos and character of the school in accordance with the directions given by theGovernors and subject to direction given by the Headteacher.c/ Recruitment & Selection*Develop, monitor and review the schools recruitment policy.*To work with the Headteacher to ensure that staffing levels are sufficient to deliver the curriculum of theschool in an efficient and cost effective way.*To lead and manage the recruitment budget.*Working closely with the Heads PA ensure that
the School’s recruitment procedures and records are effective
 and, in particular, that they meet Safer Recruitment requirements.*To ensure the shortlisting, interview process and timetable of the interview day are organised (ensure interviewrecords are kept in line with regulations)
ensuring at all times the school is reflected in a positive way.d/ Training & Development*
With the Head and Assistant Head, develop the School’s staff training policies and a succession strategy.
 *Manage the induction process for all new staff at all levels to ensure all regulations are met and that new staff and existing staff are suitably informed.*Work with the Assistant Head Professional Development to ensure the effective induction of new staff.*Analysis of staff training needs following Appraisal/performance management interviews (both teaching andsupport staff)*Ensuring all staff child protection training is reviewed annually
including mid day supervisors and cleaners*Coordinate and support the HT/DHT/AHTs setting up in school training eventse/ Remuneration & Benefits*
Keep under review and advise the Head and Director of Finance on the range of benefits and ‘salary packages’
available to staff.*Work closely with the Headteacher and Finance Director to model the financial impact of all staffingappointments*Ensure all staffing appointments and conditions of service are communicated effectively for Registration andPayroll to be completed adequately.*Interpret and advise on all legislation pertaining to staffing, provide advice and guidance on pay, pensions andTPA arrangements.*Contribute to the annual review for staff, including attendance, salary, performance.
 
f/ Performance Management/Appraisal*Work with the Head and Assistant Head Professional Development to provide effective and regular performancemanagement analysis and the effective performance management and appraisal of staff.*Ensure the schools Appraisal and pay policies are reviewed, updated and effectively applied.*To provide advice and guidance of advice to staff, on the requirements for going through the thresholds andteachers standards for pay progression.*Be a member of the committee that consider threshold salary assessments for teaching staff.*Advise senior managers on the correct procedures to be followed in managing staff absence and sickness.*Manage capability/absence investigations and procedures.g/Employment Legislation*Keep up to date with changes in HR legislation, guidance and good practice and to advise the Schoolaccordingly.*
Ensure compliance with HR legislation, guidance and good practice, OFSTED requirements and the School’s HR
policies.*
Liaise with the School’s lawyers as appropriate. Liaise as and when appropriate with the LA personnel, legal
departments, and other statutory and professional bodies*To be responsible for maintenance of up-to-date accurate personnel records in accordance with statutory andaudit requirements, including completing the annual census.h/Disciplinary & Grievance Procedures*Advise senior managers on the correct procedures to be followed in managing staff grievance and discipline.*Undertake disciplinary and grievance investigations and / or chair disciplinary and grievance hearings asappropriate.iI/Safeguarding, Health and Safety*To monitor and maintain procedures to ensure the school meets its responsibility in Safeguarding of children(including the maintenance of a single central record).*To ensure that the school meets its statutory employment, equality, health and safety obligations.*To ensure Health and safety policy is reviewed, updated and efficiently executed.*
Promote the school’s health and safety policies and undertake risk assessments as appropriate.
 j/Staff Absence*To ensure the cover for absent teaching staff policy is implemented under the guideline and regulations related
to “Rarely Cover”.
 *To lead and manage good absence management control including return to work interviews, setting upoccupational health interviews
work to reduce the impact of long term absence in line with school policy.*To track and monitor staff absence, advising on intervention where appropriate and service governors staffingcommittees with reports as appropriate (monthly)k/ Leadership*To attend all meetings and to carry out all duties as a full member of the School leadership team.*
Support after school parents’ evenings and events as part of the senior leadership team
*Maintain and update all statutory and in-school policies in line with national and/or local guidance annually.*Market the school positively with the media and with the local community at all available opportunities.l/Communication*Work with the Head on further developing communications with staff.Indicative qualifications, knowledge, skills and experience
Knowledge and skills;
 
E: Experience of working as part of a team
 
E: Extensive HR management practice
 
E: Detailed understanding of current employment law
 
E: Effective implementation of HR information systems
 
E: Experience of managing others
 
E: Understanding of and commitment to equal opportunities ensuring compliance with all relevantlegislation.

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