At present SAMH are looking to strengthen their team during a period of maternity cover with a strong Advisor / Consultant with significant case management experience. In this key role you’ll
work closely with managers within the organisation on people management issues including managing absence, wellbeing, disciplinary and grievances up to and including dismissal and appeal.
In your role you’ll take the lead on managing cases, coaching managers and supporting manager training on HR policies. As a trusted Advisor, you’ll be the first point of contact for our managers for day-to-day HR advice, coaching and advising line managers to enable them to deal with people management areas fairly, consistently and in line with current policy, procedures and UK employment legislation.
In order to hit the ground running in this role you must be able to demonstrate exceptional case management experience in particular experience of managing complex employee relations cases would be a distinct advantage. You should also have sound working knowledge of UK employment legislation and the ability to manage risk and solve problems.
Experience of working within the voluntary or a regulated sector would be advantageous; however SAMH would be able to equip you with sector specific experience on the job – what is paramount for this role is your strong ER expertise. Professional membership of the CIPD or equivalent experience and knowledge is essential and a passion for mental health and wellbeing within the workplace is also of interest for this role.
When applying for this role, within your application form, please ensure you include demonstrable experience of employee relations / case management experience.
Closing date for all applications will be Wednesday 25th April 2018 at 17:00pm
First stage interview with Hunter Adams will take place: Tuesday 2nd May
2nd stage interviews with SAMH will take place in 9th May.
A Disclosure Scotland certificate, a Right to Work in the UK check and proof of qualifications declared on the application form are required. Applications are welcome from people who have experienced mental health difficulties.
Application forms, job descriptions and guidelines are available to download from our website www.samh.org.uk. Please note that your application should be completed electronically, no other form of application will be accepted.