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Brighton & Hove City Council
We are searching for a team leader to oversee the MHR iTrent HR and Payroll systems that the Council uses. Bring your technical and leadership abilities to the table to guide and build the team and the systems they support.
£39,493 to £42,503 in salary (pay award from April 1st pending)
● Annual paid vacation of 23 days
● Flexible working within a systems-support setting
● Possibility of accruing up to 2 more flex days of leave every month
● Local Government Retirement System
● Hybrid working with the main office in the heart of Brighton, close to the water
About the role
Can you assist? We want a new team leader for our small but nimble HR Systems support team, as well as an authority on MHR iTrent and Business Objects.
Are you able to lead, inspire, and motivate a small technical team?
Do you possess proficiency with the MHR iTrent system and the ability to create system builds and reports that satisfy regulatory and organizational requirements?
Are you a skilled communicator and team player who can work with a variety of people, groups, and organizations to complete projects, improve services, and introduce innovations?
The HR Systems team is a small group of problem-solvers and Business Objects report writers who are in charge of the day-to-day operation of our HR/Payroll system as well as customer assistance, problem-solving, supplier interaction, and system maintenance.
Together with this effort, the team contributes significantly to the delivery of improvements by collaborating on projects to create new systems and system integrations, testing system upgrades, and developing system builds.
You and the team will fulfill the requirements for routine and legal reporting.
You as a potential source of service improvement and an escalation point
As a subject-matter expert, you will be responsible for supporting a variety of HR solutions and advancing the service as we experiment with new tools and methods of operation.
You will collaborate closely with our Payroll team leaders, project teams, and clients in relation to external bodies and authorities.
You will work with the team to establish the monitoring necessary to ensure we are aware of what is working and what requires renewed attention, and you will assist in adapting the business processes to make the most of both new and existing technology.
The work will be varied and fascinating because you will collaborate with different HR and Payroll teams, internal and external clients, software providers, project teams, and IT developers.
The crew now works primarily from homes, although they also have offices in the heart of Brighton, close to the water. We are interested in hearing from you if you can uphold strict professional standards and love managing a team in a hectic setting.
Please reach out to David Pannell at firstname.lastname@example.org for a casual discussion.
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If the aforementioned position is shorter than 37 hours or is merely term-time, your starting pay will be prorated.
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