Human Resources Lead

  • Full time
  • £31,500 – £35,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 30th September 2022


  • Advertised from 6th September 2022
  • Salary depending on experience

Role

We are looking for a passionate and dynamic Human Resources Lead to join our Operations function for an initial fixed period of 12 months.

MND Scotland is in a period of rapid growth and change. Having just celebrated our 40th anniversary, with a new CEO and Executive Leadership Team in place and a new 3-year strategy and brand revealed during the summer, this is an incredibly exciting time to join us.

The Human Resources Lead position is a new role, created to reflect the importance of an engaged and committed staff team and a culture of inclusion, respect and collaboration.

This Senior Management Team role will provide comprehensive strategic HR support to the CEO and Executive Leadership team whilst also end-to-end generalist HR support to the wider staff team and working as a trusted partner to develop people plans and procedures aligned to our values.

Key Responsibilities

As a member of our Senior Management team, you will have a broad remit of responsibilities as well as demonstrable experience of working alongside a recognised union.

Reporting to the Director of Operations, you will:

  • Provide support and advice in all areas of HR for the organisation. Responsible for delivering end-to-end generalist HR support including recruitment, new starters and leavers processes, payroll & pensions, employee engagement, disciplinary and grievance processes, performance management, and learning & development.
  • Perform review of current salary banding, job titles and pay and rewards schemes.
  • Review, refine and drive the employee appraisals, ensuring employees receive regular feedback and have opportunities for progression.
  • Manage complex employee relations or people issues as a member of the joint consultation and negotiation committee. Provide professional HR expertise and advice to ensure risk is assessed and judgement is applied, and informed decisions are made.
  • Conduct training needs analysis to develop an L&D budget and plan to support business growth and set the people up to succeed.
  • Deputise for the Director of Operations as required

If you are someone who works well under pressure, who can manage an often varied and time-sensitive workload whilst acting with diplomacy and tact and who believes in our vision of a world without motor neuron disease, then we would love to hear from you.

Application notes

To find out more and apply please visit our website

Application Deadline: 30 September 2022