Senior HRBP Transformation
Ashford & St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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This is an exciting opportunity to join us at an exciting time of transformational change. You will be supporting the delivery high profile programmes, such as the creation of an elective centre at Ashford Hospital, in partnership with surrey heartlands.
We are looking to appoint a highly skilled and experienced HR professional with proven track record of supporting the delivery of high-profile transformation programmes. You will have strong leadership and programme management skills, excellent coordination and facilitation skills, detailed understanding of workforce planning and role redesign in service improvement.
You will have a strong focus on delivery, build collaborative, influential and pro-active working relationships with a range of clinical and professional leaders, senior leaders, staff across the Trust and key external stakeholders.
The ability to work autonomously, flexibly, and to tight deadlines with excellent time management skills is essential.
We offer a supportive team ethos, with flexible working and encourage hybrid working where this supports service delivery.
Applicants will be selected for interview by comparing their application against the Essential and Desirable criteria in the Person Specification, so please take some time putting together you application, to demonstrate how you meet the criteria.
For more information on this post, please contact Deputy Director of HR Employee Experience on 01932 722294 or email Pami.Bains@nhs.net.
Main duties of the job
We are looking for an experienced, knowledgeable, and dynamic individual to support the delivery of large-scale transformation programmes, to ensure continuous improvements in the delivery of patient services and achievement of the Trusts operational and strategic objectives.
You should be able to build and maintain strong influential relationships with a wide range of stakeholders both internally to ASPH, including staff side and externally (where appropriate to the project), particularly with invested parties to the programme.
Ensure the design and development of the workforce in relation to the delivery of the programmes, i.e., workforce plans, role redesign, recruitment plans, working patterns, are sufficiently agile to optimise workforce utilisation, to meet the needs of the proposed and future service demands in line with the proposed changes.
Work alongside the learning and development team to provide training, coaching, and mentoring to the workforce to ensure they are equipped with the right skills and knowledge, in order to create high performing teams and maximise impact on service delivery and patient outcomes.
Ashford and St. Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust serves a population of more than 410,000 people living in North-West Surrey, parts of Hounslow and beyond.
Over 3,700 highly trained doctors, nurses, midwives, therapists, healthcare scientists and other support staff make up our workforce, providing a wide range of services across out two hospitals, Ashford, Ashford, Surrey and St Peter's, Chertsey, Surrey.
We also run many specialist clinics in the community and local community hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
Our vision is to be one of the best healthcare Trusts in the country. There has never been a better time to join us in the NHS at Ashford & St Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with our strong commitment to staff health and wellbeing. We are committed to providing continuous professional development, staff benefits and flexibility to shape our workforce around our patient care.
Please see the supporting links which you can find on the right-hand side of this job advert. There is guidance on how to make an application on NHS Jobs as well as more information about joining the ASPH Team
Adverts may close early, so you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible.
30 January 2023
Agenda for change
£58,079 to £67,177 a year Include HCAS
Full-time, Flexible working
Provide expert HR advice in support of the development of the overall designated programmes.
Develop deliverable workforce programme plans. Be responsible for a high standard of work supporting the delivery of the project on time, to quality standards and in a cost-effective manner.
Lead the delivery of the workforce programme plan, identifying risks, issue, and dependencies, considering best practice and current options and ultimately making decisions in the best interest of the project.
Deliver required project documentation, consultation, and communication material, briefing and formal papers and presentations in order to support delivery of projects using agreed methodology.
Monitor and report progress to the Programme Board and any other committees as necessary, resolving issues and initiating corrective action as appropriate.
Ensure the flexibility of the workforce workstream to meet conflicting/changing requirements.
Demonstrate effective stakeholder management across the organisations.
Develop an excellent knowledge of the designated Programme and to develop HR policies and processes required to support its aims and implementation, ensuring that these support the overarching strategy for the Programme.
In collaboration with the Trust senior leaders and workforce resourcing lead, develop and implement a workforce resourcing plan to support the delivery of the proposed workforce structures to meet the needs of the planned services and future demands.
Ensure that recruitment and retention hotspots are identified at an early stage, and take a pro-active, planned approach to ensure their resolution.
Undertake an equality impact assessment during the planning stages of each programme to identify where corrective action might be needed in order to prevent any group being disadvantaged by proposed plans for consultation and to review these on completion.
Knowledge & Experience
- Demonstrable experience within HR in a multi-skilled professional and unionsed environment
- Significant operational HR management experience, within the NHS.
- A strong track record of leading and managing major People & OD change and development programmes successfully in complex environments
- Extensive knowledge and experience across a range of disciplines including recruitment, employee relations, people information, medical staffing, and project management.
- Significant experience of TUPE and change management
- Experience of business planning, objective setting and embedding performance management frameworks.
- Highly-development knowledge of employment law, current and pending legislation
- Can evidence good report writing skills, with the ability to provide clear and unambiguous advice, opinion and options appraisals
- Experience of working in partnerships with trade unions and staff networks.
- Sounds demonstrable knowledge and experience of project management
- Masters degree in relevant subject or equivalent experience or training. Further specialist knowledge or experience to masters level equivalent.
- Evidence of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
- CIPD qualified
Skills & Attributes
- Using the highest level of interpersonal communication skills, to communicate continuous/emotive information in environments where there are barriers to understanding where discussions are challenging.
- Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
- Highly developed problem-solving skills, influencing, coaching and mediation skills
- Programme management skills
Attitude, Behaviour & Values
- Flexible in their attitudes and behaviours to support team working and delivery of objectives
- Respects, values and cares for others
- Supports and promotes equality and diversity
Ashford & St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Deputy Director of HR, Employee Expereience
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