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Workforce Business Partner

Band 8a

Main area
Human Resources
Band 8a
Full time 37.5 hours per week
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£42,414 - £49,969 per annum, pro rata
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There could not be a more exciting time to join our innovative Workforce & Organisational Development team at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals.  We have a new three year strategy to deliver and we are aiming high.  We want to be the best place to work in the NHS, where skilled individuals are supported and able to work to their full potential, always providing excellent care with compassion.

To help us deliver and embed our strategy within our divisions, we are looking for highly skilled and enthusiastic Workforce Business Partners.  You will be experienced in working collaboratively with managers of all levels, developing and implementing interventions that improve workforce outcomes and organisational performance.  You will be holistic in your approach and able to analyse and connect a range of issues to come up with the best possible solution.

Every day in this role will be different and you will be working at fast pace, managing multiple work-streams.  This will range from facilitating discussions around staff engagement and talent management, to creating plans to recruit to hard to fill roles, to advising on organisational change and complex employee relations cases, through to planning for new roles to help us build a sustainable future workforce.......and much, much more. 

So if this sounds like the challenge that you have been waiting for, we would love to hear from you.

Interview Date: 5th April 2019

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