HR Administrator: Peterborough Hours: 24 - 32 hours per week Location: Peterborough (At least 2 days per week in Peterborough) Closing date: Thursday 4th November 2021 @ 5.00 PM Salary: £13,123.85 - £17,498.47 per annum (£ 21,873.09 pro rata) Interview date: Tuesday 23rd November 2021 Interview location Peterborough Support Centre, PE1 2RA Annual Leave 25 days annual leave pro rata, plus bank holidays and work days between Christmas and New Year About HR in Hope into Action: Our HR support function listens to managers, empowering them to take action to manage and recruit. We employ people of hope where humility, a genuine desire to love and serve others, and strength of character are as important as any job description. This is reflected in our six core values: strength, hope, action, love, open ears (listening) and mutuality, or “Shalom” as we sometimes call them. Alongside 9 outcome metrics, our primary measure of success in the lives of our tenants is that they feel loved by the church. Applied to this role, the same principle would be that our managers feel supported and empowered by the HR Administrator. About the role: The primary focus of the role is to support managers in excellent recruitment, induction and management of staff across our line managed cities (Peterborough, Norwich, Nottingham, Cambridge, Wolverhampton), and the Support Centre in Peterborough. The day-to-day administration of HR matters such as staff contracts and management of staff records is also a significant aspect of the role. We will work with you to identify your strengths, and to apply and develop them in wider organizational projects. About you: We are looking for a self-motivated person with a passion for our work, who is able to prioritize prayer and pray for our tenants, staff, churches and mission. You will be a natural administrator with strong initiative. You will be caring. With a coaching mentality, you will be able to discern the appropriate level of support with each individual manager. Essential to Hope into Action is that you are a good listener, team player and passionate about empowering others. We value diversity, and recognise that a diverse team will help us raise our performance in empowering those we serve. We are interested in your individual skills, strengths, knowledge and experience. About us: We believe that everyone has the right to a home and churches have the power to meet the tragedy of homelessness in their community. Starting 11 years ago, we have grown into a mature organisation working with over 70 churches running 90 homes for over 250 tenants. We have won numerous awards both secular and Christian including from the Guardian newspaper, Homeless link and Centre for social Justice. We provide not just shelter and housing know-how, but also the friendship of a church, we are passionate about harnessing the social, financial and spiritual power of churches to enact real change both in them and our tenants. Our first home had a real heart for men coming out of prison. Homes are now available for a wide range of people experiencing homelessness: people in recovery from addiction, people sleeping rough, women and children fleeing domestic violence, people coming out of rehab, former prostitutes, refugees, those suffering mental health issues and survivors of human trafficking. Roughly, 50% of our homes are in our ‘line-managed cities’ (Peterborough, Norwich, Nottingham, Cambridge, Wolverhampton.), the other 50% are found across a further 20+ towns which we franchise into. We encourage others to replicate our model through franchising. The tragedy of homelessness is in every community. Our vision is for every church to lovingly provide the homeless with a home. To Apply: Please click here to download the application form. Email completed applications to Ranjini Mathew at [email protected] Please click here to download the Job Description.