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People Partner – South West

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Specialisms:
Human Resources
Rate/Salary:
£40,000
Location:
Hampshire/Bristol/Devon/Somerset
Job Type:
Permanent
Start date:
ASAP
Sector:
Charities
Qualifications:
 
Contact:
Rebecca Beardwell
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Reference
RB/PPSWEST

Seeability provide extraordinary support and champion better eye care for people with learning disabilities and autism, many of whom have sight loss.

The most important thing to us is making a difference to the people we support. Breaking down barriers and obstacles in a way that enables people to lead a life of choice each and every day from climbing high ropes, to sky diving, to having access to employment.

Our organisation is fast-paced, innovative, bold and fun and it's our people that make the difference. As People Business Partner you will work in the field within our South West region covering 10 services across Hampshire, Bristol, Devon and Somerset. You will report into the Head of People and be responsible for providing an exceptional People Service across our Homes and our Support Services.

The purpose of this role is to act as a trusted advisor and people expert; a true People Partner by supporting, advising, training and coaching the regional management teams on all people related activity and working closely with operations to develop strategies and practices which will improve engagement, develop capability and drive performance improvement. You will also have the opportunity to shape, protect and nurture our culture, adopting a ‘do what’s never been done’ approach by supporting our vision of people and the delivery of our organisational strategy and supporting people to be their best self.

As our People Partner you will ensure that the customer and the people we support at the forefront of everything you do, you’ll be a trusted partner and critical friend to your Regional Head of Operations, peers and managers across the organisation. You will be driven by results and have a commercial mind-set supporting our homes to achieve their key performance indicators. This role will involve rolling up your sleeves and dealing with employee relation issues while coaching managers on how to handle these on their own. You will support the creation of lean people policies, processes, training and structures that make it easy for our customers. So you are going to need to like data, be great at drawing insights and using these to make a difference.

Please note that you must be in possession of a current UK driving licence and have access to a car – this is a field based role.