Pay and Grading Advisor

Sovereign House

Job Type: Permanent

Closing Date: 26th August 2019

Total salary package*: £42776

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Job purpose

This is a career graded post. We are aiming to appoint to the top level of the career grade (level A) but for the right candidate, we would be happy to consider applications to start at level B or C.

At all levels you will be helping the council to achieve and maintain equal pay, for work of equal value and fairness in all matters relating to pay.


Level A - Pay and Grading Advisor

Provide expert advice and guidance on pay and grading matters for all groups within the council’s workforce and develop and maintain associated policies and procedures.

Level B - Assistant Pay and Grading Advisor

Provide advice and guidance on job evaluation and support on pay and grading matters for all groups within the council’s workforce.

Level C - Pay and Grading Assistant

Evaluate new or revised jobs and support the wider work of the Pay and Grading Team.

You will

Level A

Evaluate new and redesigned Local Government Services posts using the GLPC job evaluation scheme.

Provide expert advice to managers on designing organisational structures and on all aspects of pay, grading, job evaluation and market pay.

Lead on the development, review and implementation of pay-related policies and procedures for all groups within the workforce and undertake projects related to pay and reward.

Level B

Evaluate new and redesigned Local Government Services posts using the GLPC job evaluation scheme.

Provide advice to managers on designing organisational structures and on all aspects of pay, grading, job evaluation and market pay.

Support the development, review and implementation of pay-related policies and procedures for all groups within the workforce, and undertake projects related to pay and reward.

Level C

Assist with, and undertake, evaluations for new and redesigned Local Government Services posts using the GLPC job evaluation scheme.

Support pay and reward related developments.

Requirements of post

Level A

A HR or business-related qualification or equivalent experience

Expert knowledge of, and substantial experience in, applying the GLPC electronic job evaluation scheme preferably using scheme and local conventions.

Experience of working with senior managers in an advisory role.

Knowledge of relevant employment law and equal pay issues.

Knowledge of the various local government pay and grading mechanisms and associated conditions of service.

Experience of developing or reviewing HR or pay-related policies, procedures or processes.

Level B

A HR or business-related qualification or equivalent experience

Trained, and proficient in the use of, the GLPC electronic job evaluation scheme with experience of evaluating posts with accuracy and consistency.

Experience of working with senior managers in an advisory role.

Knowledge of relevant employment law and equal pay issues.

Level C

Experience of, or qualification in, HR and/or payroll work.

Understanding of the principles of job evaluation and appreciation of equal pay concepts.

Additional information

The salary for this post is:
Level A: £31,371 - £33,799 per annum
Level B: £27,905 - £30,507 per annum
Level C: £21,589 - £23,836 per annum

This is a full time - 37 hours per week vacancy, but applications to work on a part time basis would be considered.

For an informal discussion please contact Joanne Poynton on 0116 454 4322.

Post Number: LCC00639

What we can offer you

As well as the satisfaction of helping to improve thousands of lives across Leicester, you can look forward to a work environment that encourages a healthy balance between you work life and your personal life. You’ll enjoy generous annual leave entitlement, membership of the excellent Local Government Pension Scheme and the option of flexible working. We’ll also give you the chance to develop your skills and expertise with a variety of training and development opportunities and career pathways. In addition, you can choose from a number of flexible benefits, including our fantastic salary sacrifice car scheme, big discounts at high-street outlets, childcare vouchers, discounts on city buses and trains, we may also be able help with relocation expenses if you are moving to the City, or need help with commuting costs.

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* Please note that the total package number includes pension contribution and full holiday entitlement, including bank holidays.

Related documents

Please read any attached documents before applying for this job

Job_Summary.pdf
Person_Specification_Level_A.pdf
Person_Specification_Level_B.pdf
Person_Specification_Level_C_.pdf

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