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ECR HR Adviser (Practice Management) Fixed Term until 31/03/12

Summary Information for vacancy - reference HRADV01


Pensions Regulator


£20550 - £20550 Per Annum


West Sussex, South East

Closing Date

23 June 2011

Interviews start

Not specified


Not Specified


Not specified

Pay frequency


Appointment Terms


Working Arrangement

Full time

Travel required


No of vacancies


Field of work

Human Resources

Brief Description


Main purpose of role:

Provision of the day to day service delivery of employee lifecycle administration and HR ‘helpdesk’ operations

Vacancy description

Key accountabilities:

• Provision of a 1st line query handling service for managers and employees with respect to lifecycle, employee relations, reward & recognition, recruitment and performance management -ensuring solutions are pragmatic and within an acceptable level of business risk - escalating where necessary
• Provide volume routine and specialist HR transactional service delivery to the business providing accurate, efficient and consistent processing and administrative duties with respect to all aspects of the employee lifecycle with specific reference to recruitment
• Implementing recruitment policies, procedures and interventions to support and enable TPR to achieve its objectives
• Ensuring all HR hard copy and electronic personnel data is kept in accordance with the Data Protection Act and Freedom of Information


Essential criteria:

• Recruitment best practice
• Customer care skills
• Supplier and service management
• Good communication skills – written and oral
• Strong relationship building skills
• Attention to detail, time management and delivery
• Influencing and negotiating skills
• TPR values and customer-focused approach
• Understanding of current employment legislation, including diversity
• TPR functions, business units and team structures and purpose
• Data Protection Act / Freedom of Information principles
• TPR HR processes and ways of working
• Standard Office IT software applications
• HR specific software applications



• Identify, prioritise and plan effectively – Experienced
• Deliver appropriate outcomes in line with our objectives – Experienced
• Evaluate, learn, adapt and improve – Experienced
• Understand our audience – Experienced
• Communicate clearly – Mentor
• Build good working relationships – Experienced
• Respect others - Experienced
• Take responsibility – Experienced
• Behave professionally - Experienced


Further information

CRB check required - Yes

Regulated by OCSC - No

Reserved for existing civil servants - No

Reserved for UK nationals - No

How to apply

If you are interested in applying for this role, please send a covering letter, with details of how your experience and skills meet our essential criteria and your CV to Row Elliott

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