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Salary: GBP45000 per annum
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
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HEAD OF HR

CARDINAL HUME CENTRE, WESTMINSTER, LONDON
FULL-TIME, £45,000 PA 

CLOSING DATE: Monday 1st February

FIRST INTERVIEWS: 16th and 19th February

  • Are you passionate about preventing and tackling youth and family homelessness?
  • Can you use your HR knowledge and leadership skills to help our Centre reach its full potential?
  • Can you help build and champion a diverse, values-led team?

Over the past thirty years the client has seen substantial growth.  Based in Westminster they work hard for homeless young people, insecurely housed families and their children.  Last year, over 1600 people used our different services.

They have made real improvements in recent years, but they know they face challenging times.  In nearly all its forms, homelessness is increasing and in Westminster around a third of families live in poverty. People face the highest housing costs in the country, a challenging labour market and rising levels of violent crime.  Some of those we support come from care or broken relationships, some are seeking asylum, safety and support. 

Throughout the pandemic they have kept their services open, helping over 900 individuals and families since the lockdown began. Their commitment to this work means they have sustained their income during a difficult period.  They know however that the challenges of Covid-19 are not for the short term, and particularly now, their response is too important to be left to chance.

They are therefore changing their approach andwant to focus far more of their efforts on young people, children and families.  To tackle homelessness, poor housing and poverty at a young age and break its cycle into later life.  They want to see the value in each individual and nurture potential, helping young people and families to thrive.  

It is a deliberately preventative strategy that requires a strong team.  The translation of new values, goals and objectives needs to be backed by the development of our staff.  They want to build a united, values led team and a Centre that meaningfully supports the progress of everyone that works for them.  Just as want to value the potential in their clients, so too do they need to value the potential in their staff and volunteers.  

As part of this they now want to recruit a new Head of HR.  Of course the role will include responsibility and management of their HR policies and processes, but alongside this will be leadership of a people strategy to build and develop a successful team.  In particular they need this role to champion diversity across the Centre and help them build leadership that more actively reflects the community they serve.

It is of course vitally important that you have professional expertise and experience of working in a similar or stand-alone role.  But equally important is a passion for the Centre’s mission, its values and an enthusiastic and collaborative approach.  They particularly want to encourage people from black and minority ethnic and other underrepresented groups to apply for this role and to support our efforts to build a more diverse and skilled leadership team.   

You can find out more details and apply on our website.  For further information or a confidential discussion regarding the role please contact our CEO

You may have experience of the following: Head of HR, Human Resources, HR, Head of Human Resources, Organisational Development, HR Director, OD, Employment Law, CIPD, Consultant, Senior HR Manager, HRBP, Director of Human Resources, Strategy, Employee Relations, HR Business Partner, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, etc.

Ref: 96271

 

HEAD OF HR

CARDINAL HUME CENTRE, WESTMINSTER, LONDON
FULL-TIME, £45,000 PA 

CLOSING DATE: Monday 1st February

FIRST INTERVIEWS: 16th and 19th February

  • Are you passionate about preventing and tackling youth and family homelessness?
  • Can you use your HR knowledge and leadership skills to help our Centre reach its full potential?
  • Can you help build and champion a diverse, values-led team?

Over the past thirty years the client has seen substantial growth.  Based in Westminster they work hard for homeless young people, insecurely housed families and their children.  Last year, over 1600 people used our different services.

They have made real improvements in recent years, but they know they face challenging times.  In nearly all its forms, homelessness is increasing and in Westminster around a third of families live in poverty. People face the highest housing costs in the country, a challenging labour market and rising levels of violent crime.  Some of those we support come from care or broken relationships, some are seeking asylum, safety and support. 

Throughout the pandemic they have kept their services open, helping over 900 individuals and families since the lockdown began. Their commitment to this work means they have sustained their income during a difficult period.  They know however that the challenges of Covid-19 are not for the short term, and particularly now, their response is too important to be left to chance.

They are therefore changing their approach andwant to focus far more of their efforts on young people, children and families.  To tackle homelessness, poor housing and poverty at a young age and break its cycle into later life.  They want to see the value in each individual and nurture potential, helping young people and families to thrive.  

It is a deliberately preventative strategy that requires a strong team.  The translation of new values, goals and objectives needs to be backed by the development of our staff.  They want to build a united, values led team and a Centre that meaningfully supports the progress of everyone that works for them.  Just as want to value the potential in their clients, so too do they need to value the potential in their staff and volunteers.  

As part of this they now want to recruit a new Head of HR.  Of course the role will include responsibility and management of their HR policies and processes, but alongside this will be leadership of a people strategy to build and develop a successful team.  In particular they need this role to champion diversity across the Centre and help them build leadership that more actively reflects the community they serve.

It is of course vitally important that you have professional expertise and experience of working in a similar or stand-alone role.  But equally important is a passion for the Centre’s mission, its values and an enthusiastic and collaborative approach.  They particularly want to encourage people from black and minority ethnic and other underrepresented groups to apply for this role and to support our efforts to build a more diverse and skilled leadership team.   

You can find out more details and apply on our website.  For further information or a confidential discussion regarding the role please contact our CEO

You may have experience of the following: Head of HR, Human Resources, HR, Head of Human Resources, Organisational Development, HR Director, OD, Employment Law, CIPD, Consultant, Senior HR Manager, HRBP, Director of Human Resources, Strategy, Employee Relations, HR Business Partner, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, etc.

Ref: 96271

 


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