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  Human Resources & Administration Manager (our ref. 9342)
Salary up to £26,500

Please find full details about the post below. Further information about the organisation is available at www.themothersunion.org

If you would like to be considered for this post please send a formal application, of no more than two typed sides of A4, which emphasises how your skills and experience match the requirements of the post as summarised in the Job Description and Person Specification (see below). Please also enclose a copy of your current CV (not more than three sides of A4) and details of your current salary.

Please either post or email your application to Judith Lovelace, Charity and Fundraising Appointments, Longcroft House, Victoria Avenue, Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4NS (enquiries@charity-executives.co.uk). If using email please send attachments in either MS Word or Rich Text Format.

Applications should be received here by 12 noon on Wednesday 20th June 2001.

It is planned that initial interviews will take place at our offices . Final interviews at The Mothers’ Union are planned for Monday 2 July.

If you would like any further information or to discuss the position, please telephone Judith Lovelace or Charlotte Wadsworth on 020 7623 9292.
 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title:                     Human Resources & Administration Manager

Location:              The Mary Sumner House, Westminster

Hours:                  35 hours per week

Accountable to:    Head of Finance and Central Services Unit

Job Purpose:

To ensure that the work of the Society is facilitated by effective management of human resources, and the smooth operation of its legal, pensions, and insurance related administrative tasks.

Job Objectives:

1.    To ensure that the Society develops and maintains an approach to human resources management and administration, including pensions, that is consistent with the core values of the organisation and is effective and efficient.

2.    To provide advice and information for the Society, members and dioceses on a wide range of personnel, administrative and legal (including quasi-legal) matters.

3.    To act as Company Secretary for the MU enterprises Ltd., and secretary to the Finance and Central Services Unit Committee, and World Wide Council.

4.    To advise on insurance matters and ensure appropriate cover is maintained for the Society, and to act as the Society’s principal contact in respect of the Data Protection Act.

Main Responsibilities:
 
1.    To undertake personnel administration including the preparation of job descriptions, recruitment administration (including some interviewing), drafting of employment contracts, updating the Staff Handbook, etc for the Society.

2.    To maintain central records of employee information.

3.    To provide information and advice on the application of employment law and ensure the Society’s compliance.

4.    To maintain contact with the Church of England Pensions Board, administer routine pension arrangements and provide general advice on pensions.

5.    To ensure compliance with the Data Protection Act, advise on its implications for the work of the Society and maintain routine contact with the Data Protection Agency.

6.    To advise on insurance matters and obtain and maintain appropriate insurance cover.

7.    To provide information and practical advice for dioceses and individual members on a wide range of administrative, legal (and quasi-legal) and personnel matters.

8.    To manage the training and development needs of the organisation, specifically:

Members:    In conjunction with the Administrative Assistant (Training), advising on relevant training, checking applications, arranging for payment to be sent to Provincial President, monitoring UK and Ireland Provincial training budgets.
Staff:    Carrying out training needs analysis of each Unit, discussing training needs with Unit Head and relevant staff member, arranging appropriate training, monitoring and evaluating training events. Updating and reviewing internal training resources, encouraging a culture of life long learning.
  9.    To provide general employee advice and pastoral care.

10.    To act as secretary of the Finance & Central Services Unit Committee and World Wide Council.

11.    To act as Company Secretary for MU Enterprises Ltd; Minute taking for Board of MU Enterprises Ltd.

12.    To undertake special administrative projects for the Chief Executive as required.

Key Contacts:

Chief Executive, Heads of Units, other staff, trustees, and members.

The solicitors to the Society, and recruitment agencies.
 

Person Specification

Qualifications and Experience:

(A) Essential

Graduate level or equivalent.

A recognised personnel management qualification.

Around three to five years of relevant experience in a substantial number of the main responsibilities.

Effective interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.

Computer literate.

(B) Desirable

Experience of working with volunteers, and the voluntary sector.

Familiar with IT spreadsheets and databases.

Core Values:

The Mothers' Union aims to be 

respected in its voice and actions,

professional yet approachable,

clear yet not strident, and is working to

empower the powerless.

In Christian terms we want to reflect the Kingdom of God, but never piously.

Key members of the Mothers' Union staff are expected to reflect these core values in their own personal characteristics. Postholders are expected to be able to demonstrate:
 

1. A level of competence appropriate to the demands of this post.

2. The ability to conduct work in keeping with high professional standards and in accordance with the Society's Aim, Objects and values.

3. A clarity of communication characterised by warmth and openness.

4. A collaborative and constructive style of operating, respecting colleagues and volunteers and their contribution.

5. An active commitment to the Christian faith, or a substantive sympathy with Christianity.


Thank you for your interest in this post.

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