HR Advisor – Corbenic Camphill Community

Published: 1st November 2019
Job Type
Office Support


Corbenic is a Camphill community, in which individuals with a variety of social, emotional, intellectual and learning disabilities (residents) live and work with others in healthy social relationships, based on mutual care and respect. Founded in 1978 and situated near Dunkeld, Corbenic is currently home to 43 residents and 15 day placements that are supported by 30 international volunteers and 50 employed staff.

Jenson Fisher Consulting is delighted to be retained by Corbenic to recruit a number of key individuals across the Senior Management Team, with an exciting new position being created for a HR Advisor to be based in Dunkeld. The role of HR Advisor has been created due to significant and projected growth within the organisation and the successful incumbent will utilise their existing skills and experience to achieve a positive culture for volunteers and employees, worker wellbeing and satisfaction in a changing environment.

The responsibilities of the HR Advisor will include but not be restricted to;

  • Delivering an effective HR service to the organisation, assisting line managers to understand and implement policies and procedures in line with best practice in people management.
  • Building effective working relationships with internal stakeholders.
  • Working closely with managers and team leaders in Corbenic to monitor HR practices and ensure compliance, whilst providing professional advice and guidance.
  • Leading in case management, complex attendance issues, performance management, grievance, organisational change and redundancies.
  • Developing and implementing HR policies and processes, ensuring that they are kept up to date with legislation and best practice.
  • Develop and maintain workforce metrics and KPIs.
  • Undertake adhoc projects.
  • Effectively manage recruitment and selection processes.
  • Carry out new starter inductions as required.
  • Manage talent and succession planning.
  • Drive a culture of positive change management.
  • Design and take part in employee and volunteer engagement initiatives.
  • HR administration.
  • Assist and support with administrative duties within the office environment.

As the HR Advisor your will ideally be CIPD qualified, with a minimum level 3 qualification alongside a good understanding of the Health and Social Care sector – although due consideration will also be given to those with strong experience across the board.

Applications will be considered by individuals looking to consider for part-time or full-time hours with flexible working also available for the right candidate.

To be considered please contact Amy Snelle, Retained Consultant using the details provided alternatively please submit your CV by clicking the link.

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