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Head of Human Resources and Organisational Development

Head of Human Resources and Organisational Development

  • Location

    London

  • Sector:

    Human Resources

  • Contract type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £55k - 57k per year

  • Contact:

    Chloe Keyte

  • Contact email:

    officesupport@tpp.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

    02071986020

  • Salary high:

    57000

  • Salary low:

    55000

  • Job ref:

    55615CK

  • Published:

    over 2 years ago

  • Expiry date:

    2016-05-06

A well-established charity based in London are seeking an Experienced Head of Human Resources and Organisational Development to lead their team.

Main duties for the Head of HR & OD:
Lead and develop a small team of two
Work with leadership team to utilize appropriate tools and mechanisms
Implement and lead continuous development of an inclusive people strategy
Develop and monitor a set of performance indicators
Provide specialist advice around HR matters to senior management
Develop and maintain a framework of employment policies and practices
Provide reports and analysis for leadership team
Handle sensitive and complex employment relations issues
Develop and oversee a BP function which partners managers
Overall responsibility for the HR function

Essential criteria for the Head of HR & OD:
Extensive senior HR/ OD experience
Proven track record in developing and delivering a people strategy
Successful track record of using OD interventions to support organisational change
CIPD qualified
Up to date knowledge of UK & international employment law and modern HR practices
Previous line management or supervisory experience
Excellent communication and relationship building skills
Passionate about HR & OD and achieving organisational goals
Ability to travel on an ad hoc basis

To apply for the Head of HR & OD role, please email your CV to our Office Support team quoting the reference number 55615CK. All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK