Head Of Centre HR

  • Location
    Barnet, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 26 - £ 27 / Hour
  • Category
    HR, Sales and Management - HR Manager
  • Job type
  • Industry
  • External Reference

This is an exciting opportunity to join a Human Resources Team as a Head of Centre HR based in East London Tower Hamlets.
Start date: ASAP
Hours: 35 hours Mon to Fri (09:00:AM - 05:00:PM)
Salary: £26.00 PAYE / £33.04 Umbrella

Main Responsibilities


To provide strategic leadership for the development of the Centre as a quality residential, experience, balancing the needs of people in Tower Hamlets with the need to secure a broader range of users to make the centre a secure commercial enterprise and sustainable resource going forward.

To line manage & support staff to oversee their development and the safe running of the centre for all.
To keep the Centre under review through the year with clear reporting and termly Management Committee meetings. To allocate duties to all teaching and non-teaching staff, including those visiting and working within the Centre, consistent with their conditions of employment.
To liaise with headteachers and other users to make sure you reflect the needs of the Tower Hamlets and the other groups using the centre.
To develop and implement policies and practices for which reflect the commitment to high achievement and safety.
To oversee the creation of a marketing programme for the centre, web presence, online booking system to support bookings and awareness.


Comply with all Codes of Practice, including the Code of Conduct, and policies and procedures concerning data protection and health and safety. Be committed to the promotion of equality, diversity and inclusion for others, both colleagues and clients; to work to create and maintain a safe, supportive and welcoming environment where all people are treated with dignity and their identity and culture are valued and respected. Report any instances of inappropriate behaviour or discrimination. Be fully aware of and understand the duties and responsibilities arising from the Children's Act 2004, the London Child Protection Procedures and Working Together in relation to child protection and safeguarding children and people as this applies to this role within required field. To also be fully aware of the principles of safeguarding as they apply to vulnerable adults in relation to this work. To ensure that the Head of Education Inclusion (line manager) is made aware and kept fully informed of any concerns in relation to safeguarding and/or child protection.

To comply with recognised professional standards of conduct as is fitting for an officer within the business including generally promoting the services of the department by communicating with clients and the public in a helpful and courteous manner.

To participate in the staff development and appraisal scheme, undertaking recommended training and professional development. To carry out any other reasonable duties and responsibilities within the overall function, commensurate with the grading and level of responsibilities of the post of virtual school head teacher.

To be considered for this role a teaching, youth work or outdoor leadership qualification is desirable, 3 years + and evidence of leading a team.
A knowledge of financial management, marketing and performance management.
Able to monitor and review the quality of provision

Having good interpersonal skills to liaise with adults, a knowledge of working with departments in the LA and of communicating with headteachers.

Possession of a clean, current driver's licence is desirable.

A knowledge of financial management, marketing and performance management.

Able to monitor and review the quality of provision.

To ensure health and safety meets with statutory requirements and LA guidance.

This is a fantastic opening to join an established team with the opportunities to development and benefit from the support of the care team.

Consultant: Sarah Gillan Telephone: 01782 349135

The application process is subject to the successful completion of background and reference checking, including DBS.

Adecco Group is an equal opportunities employer If you do not hear from one of our consultants within 7 days of applying for this role, please assume you have been unsuccessful in this instance. Your CV will be kept on file and you will be considered for future vacancies that match your skills.

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Please apply with your CV to: Saira Lawlor