Pay and Reward Specialists (Band 4 HEO)
The Health & Safety Executive
Permanent and temporary/permanent roles
£30,821 - £35,064
HR pay and rewards policies should be carefully implemented, whatever the organisation. But at the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), we believe our HR practices should set benchmarks for the country. As the UK's regulator for work-related health and safety, it's our mission to prevent employment-related death, injury and ill health - and ensure our colleagues enjoy the pay and rewards they deserve.
You'll work with HR Business Partners and senior managers to identify performance and rewards requirements, design policies, and oversee their roll out. As well as benchmarking both individual appointments and our broader reward strategy; we'll also ask you to calculate and answer questions about annual pay awards, which could involve supporting trade union negotiations.
Operationally, it's something that calls for strong ties with My Civil Service Pensions and our employee services provider. However, so we continue to attract and retain the right personnel, there'll also be a focus on researching markets and consulting the Treasury and Cabinet Office to ensure we're in line with Government policy - and addressing any potential equal pay risks.
It's vital that you're CIPD level 5-qualified (or working towards it) and have solid experience in pay and rewards. In turn, you'll bring a real flair for numbers and spreadsheet modelling, and be used to collaborating with internal and external stakeholders.
There's a lot to look forward to here beyond the generous Civil Service pension and our commitment to flexible working. The Government recently set out plans for the biggest change in building safety for a generation with the establishment in shadow form of a new Building Safety Regulator (BSR) - a move that could well impact on your work.
Our work affects people's lives across the UK, and it's important that our teams reflect the diversity of the society we work to protect. So we look for people to bring different skills, perspectives and experience from all walks of life, and particularly welcome BAME, disabled and LGBT+ applicants, currently underrepresented in this discipline within HSE.
Closing date: Sunday 22nd November 2020.
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