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Culture and Wellbeing Lead

York, York, England, United Kingdom

Are you a skilled HR professional looking for an opportunity to make a real impact on people's lives? Join our dynamic and innovative team as a Culture and Wellbeing Lead and help shape our company's culture and success. We are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive work environment where our employees can thrive and grow.

Why You Should Work Here:

  • Meaningful work: Be part of a team that makes a positive difference in the lives of our employees by providing strategic HR advice, support, and solutions. Your work will directly contribute to our organization's success and growth.
  • Collaborative environment: Join a team of passionate HR professionals who work collaboratively, value diverse perspectives, and promote a culture of inclusion and belonging.
  • Innovation and creativity: We value innovation and creativity and encourage our employees to bring new ideas and solutions to the table. You'll have the opportunity to contribute to process improvements, implement best practices, and make a real impact on our HR strategies.


  • Contribute to the Organisational Objectives by completing specific HR projects and tasks.
  • Align culture and wellbeing activity to the People Budget.
  • Be the champion for our people, culture and values across the organisation
  • Submit Culture & Wellbeing Section for Board Report produces and analyses relevant HR data
  • Lead on retention incentive initiatives.
  • Lead on intrinsic rewards
  • Filing of HR documentation as required.
  • Support the team with general employment enquiries
  • Keep up to date contacts and build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Review and approve formal written correspondence relating to culture & wellbeing.
  • Maternity & Paternity correspondence, manage the maternity system & mat leave queries
  • Grievance/Appeal outcome correspondence
  • Grievance invite correspondence and diary coordination
  • Employee benefits correspondence
  • Team incentive correspondence
  • Consultation correspondence
  • Company healthcare scheme management & correspondence
  • Update ER tracker.
  • Audit HR documentation for completion and quality content.
  • Support Investors in People accreditation or equivalent.
  • Be the lead on sector workforce initiatives including best practice.
  • Build on Moorview Care's reputation and employee brand as a employer of choice.
  • Work collaboratively with the relevant departments to identify areas of concern including skills and knowledge gaps, and implement solution focussed improvements.
  • Lead on Investigation & Grievance Policy and Process Company wide
  • Minute investigations, & grievance meetings where required
  • Coaching and guiding management on formal and informal meeting delivery
  • Produce and deliver relevant HR workshops
  • Conduct Exit Interviews
  • Conduct Mediation
  • Conduct Flexible Working Request Meeting in collaboration with Locality Manager
  • Provide guidance on relevant employment law and risk management to formal procedure
  • Guide Line Managers with annual performance and development reviews, probationary reviews, personal development plans and other personnel meetings
  • Lead on occupational health
  • Have an overview of employment law changes, support the implementation of any changes
  • Lead on cultural and diversity celebrations, education and awareness.
  • Embed company culture and employee brand using the company website and social media platforms
  • Support the development of MVC's Culture Guide.


  • Cycle-to-work scheme
  • Healthcare cash plans
  • Awards and shopping vouchers
  • Everyday advice line
  • Flexible working hours

Who are we looking for?

  • Achieved CIPD Level 3
  • Previous experience working within a similar HR role at a similar level with exposure to complex ER scenarios
  • Willingness to work flexibly and to keep knowledge and skills up to date.
  • Have values aligned to Moorview Care and display the behaviours associated with those values.
  • Drivers Licence (Desirable)

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: From £30,000.00 per year


From £30,000

CIPD Level 3 Required

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