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Head of Human Resources Organisational Developme


Additional Resources Ltd
Salary: £68000 Per Annum
Location: Kingston Upon Thames
Job type: Permanent
Business sector: Both
Contact: Muriel
Category: HR Manager Jobs
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Head of Human Resources & Organisational Development - Kingston upon Thames

Preferably fulltime but part time considered.

Salary: up to 68K plus great benefits (listed below)

Company:

Our Client is an award-winning housing association. They hold charitable status and support both rural and urban communities by providing affordable and environmentally sustainable homes for local people.

Our Client's main offices are in Kingston upon Thames and they have ca 115 employees.

Role:

They are now looking for an ambitious and experienced Head of HR and OD to come in and take on a strategic at the same time a hands-on role.

As Head of Human Resources & Organisational Development you will play a pivotal role in enabling the delivery of excellent services by developing and driving a high-performance HR & OD team, and translating broad corporate initiatives into successful workplace practice.

Requirements:

• Have worked in a Head HR / L&D / OD function
• Experience in the housing / not for profit sector strongly preferred
• This is a highly-visible role that requires the ability to operate strategically as well as play a practical, hands-on part when needed.
• Your recent achievements and your track record will show that you can deliver change projects and programmes as well as maintain stable and good employee relations throughout periods of adjustment.
• Your inspiring leadership will develop and deliver strategically important organisational projects and programmes including talent management and reward, employee engagement, health and wellbeing initiatives, ongoing digitisation of the service, and equality, diversity and inclusion
• Due to our dispersed locations some travel will be required.


Benefits

• Annual leave: 26 days increasing with service up to 28 days (pro rata for part time)
• 1.5 complimentary days' leave
• Option to purchase additional leave
• Pension: Our Client's employer contributions match your own contribution level plus 2%, up to a maximum of 8%
• Flexible working
• Discounts for local shops, restaurants and gym membership
• Cycle and Car Leasing Schemes
• Employee Assistance Programme
• Health Cash Plan
• BUPA health care


Important Information: We endeavour to process your personal data in a fair and transparent manner. In applying for this role, Additional Resources will be acting in your best interest and may contact you in relation to the role, either by email, phone or text message. For more information see our Privacy Policy on our website. It is important you are aware of your individual rights and the provisions the company has put in place to protect your data. If you would like further information on the policy or GDPR please contact us.

Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.

Head of Human Resources & Organisational Development - Kingston upon Thames

Preferably fulltime but part time considered.

Salary: up to 68K plus great benefits (listed below)

Company:

Our Client is an award-winning housing association. They hold charitable status and support both rural and urban communities by providing affordable and environmentally sustainable homes for local people.

Our Client's main offices are in Kingston upon Thames and they have ca 115 employees.

Role:

They are now looking for an ambitious and experienced Head of HR and OD to come in and take on a strategic at the same time a hands-on role.

As Head of Human Resources & Organisational Development you will play a pivotal role in enabling the delivery of excellent services by developing and driving a high-performance HR & OD team, and translating broad corporate initiatives into successful workplace practice.

Requirements:

• Have worked in a Head HR / L&D / OD function
• Experience in the housing / not for profit sector strongly preferred
• This is a highly-visible role that requires the ability to operate strategically as well as play a practical, hands-on part when needed.
• Your recent achievements and your track record will show that you can deliver change projects and programmes as well as maintain stable and good employee relations throughout periods of adjustment.
• Your inspiring leadership will develop and deliver strategically important organisational projects and programmes including talent management and reward, employee engagement, health and wellbeing initiatives, ongoing digitisation of the service, and equality, diversity and inclusion
• Due to our dispersed locations some travel will be required.


Benefits

• Annual leave: 26 days increasing with service up to 28 days (pro rata for part time)
• 1.5 complimentary days' leave
• Option to purchase additional leave
• Pension: Our Client's employer contributions match your own contribution level plus 2%, up to a maximum of 8%
• Flexible working
• Discounts for local shops, restaurants and gym membership
• Cycle and Car Leasing Schemes
• Employee Assistance Programme
• Health Cash Plan
• BUPA health care


Important Information: We endeavour to process your personal data in a fair and transparent manner. In applying for this role, Additional Resources will be acting in your best interest and may contact you in relation to the role, either by email, phone or text message. For more information see our Privacy Policy on our website. It is important you are aware of your individual rights and the provisions the company has put in place to protect your data. If you would like further information on the policy or GDPR please contact us.

Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.


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