£45K – £55K (dependent on experience)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly organised and dynamic HR Manager to
join the Trust and deliver the HR function across the five schools and central support
In this exciting role as HR Manager, you will provide a comprehensive HR service across
our schools. You will deliver high-quality professional advice and guidance to senior
managers, advising on various topics, including workforce planning, performance
management, recruitment and retention and dealing with difficult situations. You will
line manage a small team of HR professionals, providing specialised support.
You will ensure the Trust has the data, policies and practices in place to provide an
excellent level of service to all its schools. As HR Manager, you will also play an essential
and active role alongside your HR colleagues to inform the design and delivery of our
new People Plan. You will also lead on updating HR policies, contribute to broader
project and policy initiatives, and continuously review and enhance the HR service. This
role suits an individual who can deliver an HR service of the highest quality, an eye for
detail, has initiative and strong leadership qualities to develop and improve the team.
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Academy, ages 3 to 11
608 pupils enrolled
3 to 11
About Cuckoo Hall Academy
Our vision is to prepare every North Star Community Trust student for the changing world we live in. A world which is more global, more driven by technology, a world where anything is possible with the right preparation and attitude. That means providing a curriculum and learning experience that reflects the highest academic standards and inspires and enthuses pupils through its creativity and openness to the world around us.
Our children will be able to ‘be the change they want to see in the world’. They will be resilient, optimistic, respectful, honest and well-rounded citizens, with a love of learning. At the same time, we are all also members of our communities, places where we
find friendship, support and common endeavour. Being at the heart of our communities is a hallmark of North Star Community Trust.
We want our children and young people to have a sense of place, knowing the importance of ‘giving back’ and the value of community and togetherness to their everyday lives. As a trust, we will foster a culture that respects diversity and recognises that we are stronger together than we are apart. In pursuing this vision, trustees, staff and governors will model it every day, knowing that each one of us plays a part in making it a reality.