• Belfast
  • £ See Job Description
  • Temporary
  • MC - AAK - HR/H&S
  • michael.callaghan@premiere-agency.com

Our client, a leading public sector organisation, based in Belfast are looking to recruit a Safe Resourcing and Hybrid Working Engagement Managerto join their team.

The role is available immediately currently until 31 September 2022

Hourly Pay: £18.96

Monday – Thursday 9am -5pm
Friday 9am – 4.35pm

Key Responsibilities:

1 Scope
1.1 The COVID-19 Safe Resourcing Manager will be responsible for carrying out a
range of key activities, to ensure the delivery of the Workforce Next Project and
to deliver the safe return of staff to the CCEA buildings and going support and
engagement as we work towards embedding hybrid working within CCEA.
2 Key corporate responsibilities
2.1 To contribute fully, at the appropriate level, to the operations of the relevant
Business Unit in order to achieve the objectives of CCEA’s Corporate and
Operational Plans.
2.2 To contribute fully, at the appropriate level, within the relevant Business Unit to
CCEA’s:
(i) accountability and performance management framework;
(ii) risk management framework;
(iii) quality management framework; and
(iv) communications management framework.
The post holder will ensure the compliance of self and, where appropriate,
others with these frameworks such that they support the achievement of
CCEA’s Corporate and Operational objectives.
2.3 To assist the relevant line management, Business Unit Manager, Director and
Executive Team in supporting the functions and responsibilities of CCEA and all
of its committees.
2.4 To ensure, as appropriate to the level of the post, that CCEA secures value for
money from the resources available to it.
2.5 To ensure, as appropriate to the level of the post, that CCEA operates an
effective and transparent system of decision-making which includes a robust
challenge function at all levels.
2.6 To contribute fully, as appropriate to the level of the post, to the full range of the
Business Unit’s work in relation to business improvement models including ISO,
IiP and Customer Excellence, taking ownership, where applicable, for formal

documentation, policies, practices, procedures, records, reports and statistical
information. The post holder will be required to identify measures and targets to
develop meaningful approaches to benchmarking consistent with a culture of
continuous improvement.
2.7 To be responsible for maintaining CCEA records in accordance with the ISO
Overview Procedure and to become familiar with records management
practices and the implication of the Freedom of Information (FoI), General Data
Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection (DP) Acts.
2.8 To contribute to the effective discharge of the Section 75 duties in line with
CCEA’s Equality Scheme.
2.9 To carry out any other duties, as appropriate to the level of the post, to support
the achievement of CCEA’s objectives as directed by line management,
Business Unit Managers and Executive Team.

3 Key accountabilities
The post holder will:
3.1 Manage the requirements to prepare staff for the return to the CCEA buildings;
3.2 Design and develop the Workforce Next project plan which will set out a step by
step process to ensure the safe return of staff to the CCEA buildings and the on
going support and engagement as we embed hybrid working into CCEA;
3.3 Project manage the Workforce Next action plan providing updates on actions;
3.4 Undertake the role of Communications Lead on the Safe Resourcing/ hbrid
working action plan;
3.5 Develop and update information to be published on Work safe : Be safe and
Hybrid working hubs;
3.6 Undertake training and support to line managers and staff on guidance for safe
return to CCEA buildings and new ways of working to support hybrid working;
3.7 Draft and implement policies to ensure that CCEA remains compliant in line
with PHA guidance and to support hybrid working;
3.8 Undertake Training of line managers on completion of team/individual risk
assessment;
3.9 Provide expert advice on COVID-19 and hybrid policies and procedures.

4 Key people management responsibilities
The post is not a line management role. However, the post-holder will:
4.1 manage a small group/T&FG of support people formed from across CCEA;
4.2 have due regard at all times for the personal health and safety for oneself and

others within the relevant section, team, Business Unit and organisation in
general.

5 Key financial management responsibilities
5.1 The post holder will support and be accountable to the Programme Manager for
aspects of budgetary planning and control associated with COVID-19. The post
holder will monitor and report on aspects of budgetary control in relation to the
scope of this role.

 

Essential Criteria

Education/Training

• Relevant professional qualification in Health & Safety (e.g.,
NEBOSH) and one year’s experience in a Health & Safety
role
Or
• At least 2 years’ experience in a Health & Safety role or a
generalist HR role with responsibility for H&S.

Experience

• Experience of leading the delivery of specific projects through the
entire life cycle to implementation; ensuring delivery to time, cost
and quality including closure

• Experience of effectively communicating with and influencing a range of stakeholders

Knowledge

Understanding of COVID-19 and Risk Assessments