Learning, Development and HR Systems Officer
Coventry Office: £31,411 to £35,165 per annum
For more than 40 years, we’ve been the voice of the public. Helping people put things right with their local council or adult social care provider as well as using what we learn from complaints to improve local public services. We don’t take sides: we make fair decisions after listening to both sides of the story and weighing up all the evidence. Our service is free and we are committed to delivering value for money. We know that our success depends on the integrity and skills of our staff. So if you can make a difference and have the perspective we’re looking for, please get in touch.
The LGO wants to appoint a Learning, Development and HR Systems Officer to be based at our Coventry office with regular travel to our London office.
We wish to appoint a Learning Development and HR Systems Officer to join our team and play a key role in both the development of our staff and the development and maintenance of our HR and Payroll System (CHRIS 21).
- Reporting to the Head of HR, this role will be two fold. The post holder will lead on the learning and development within the organisation; and
- Developing and maintaining the HRIS, supporting end users and ensuring the information is accurate for developing comprehensive reporting.
Please note the closing date for applications is 9am on Tuesday 16 May 2017.
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