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Assistant Director of HR & OD - EXPIRED

Job Title Assistant Director of HR & OD - EXPIRED
Contract Type Permanent
Location London
Salary £78,000.00
Job Published 04 Aug 2016
Contact Name OS Perm Team
Contact Email

Job Description - EXPIRED

Our client is a large International Not-For-Profit organisation who are currently recruiting an Assistant Director of HR & Organisational Development on a permanent basis.

The organisation is about to embark on an exciting period of transformation which will involve the development of new structures, roles and skill requirements for the workforce.

As a senior member of the team, you will drive the implementation of a variety of HR and Organisational Development strategies, policies & procedures, outlining the organisation's ambitions to enable the development of a highly skilled, motivated & engaged workforce.

You will take the lead on workforce and organisational development responsibilities, this will include heading the development & delivery of a People Strategy as well as taking forward the People and Culture workstream in the transformation programme.  As you settle into the role, you will also take charge of the employer brand, ensuring that high quality applicants are attracted to the organisation.

This opportunity is ideal for a forward-thinking HR professional with an analytical mind, for ensuring the timely production of high quality, accurate & relevant financial & management information supports key decision-making and planning.  

If you would like to play a key part in an organisation that will invest in your personal development and career aspirations, we would like to discuss the role with you in some more detail.

Please note that the salary for this role is £78,000.

My number is 0207 198 6020, ask for Alex or you can email at - if I am on the phone, please leave me your name, number along with the reference number - J57060AM and I will call you back.

All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

Ref: EXPIRED - J57060ARM | Published: 04th Aug 2016