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Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service
Salary: £56,083 to £62,453 + benefits
Location: Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Katie Chamberlain
Category: HR Manager Jobs, Organisational Development Jobs

Head of Human Resources & Organisational Development
£56,083 to £62,453 + benefits

Are you up for an exciting and rewarding challenge?

Hudson are delighted to be partnering with Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service (BFRS) to recruit a Head of Human Resources & Organisational Development.

BFRS is one of the most transformational, forward thinking and highest performing services in the country. It has a clear and inspiring vision to make Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes the safest areas in England in which to live, work and travel and its aim is to optimise the contribution and well-being of its people.

Operating from 20 strategically-placed fire stations and covering an area that stretches from the outskirts of London to the South Midlands, the organisation serves a population of about 800,000 people, and is committed to working hard to continue to build a deserved reputation for providing a high quality, value for money service to its community.

The Head of Human Resources & Organisational Development provides a key role in the strategic leadership of BFRS, setting the direction and operationally leading the professional HR and Organisation Development (OD) functions. The successful candidate will be required to ensure the delivery of high quality, effective and efficient value enhancing people services.

The organisation sees this as a critical role, helping optimise staff contribution and well-being, enabling them to maintain and enhance its reputation. It is looking for a progressive, dynamic, innovative and customer focused HR professional, who will head up a team of dedicated practitioners and successfully lead them in the delivery of results.

Reporting to the Director of People & Organisational Development, you will have a wide ranging brief, although the overarching priorities will be to:

  • Adapt, refresh and increase the diversity of the workforce to ensure the continued successful achievement of effective service delivery
  • Ensure the employment proposition is flexible enough to attract and retain the right calibre of people; optimising employee motivation, engagement and performance  
  • Ensure the utmost well-being of our people
  • Where appropriate, introduce flexible, affordable and local terms and conditions, able to support risk and demand led people resourcing
  • Build on talent management strategies which support the aim of having a highly skilled and professional workforce

Desired experience and requirements

  • You will be a FCIPD or equivalent qualified HR generalist with a proven track record, ideally gained within  complex, multi-site, unionised and commercially focused business.
  • You should have experience of designing and implementing modern, fit for purpose management and employment policies and procedures which support culture change.
  • You will have experience of leading and developing an HR function, partnering with senior leadership teams and managing a wide range of HR activities including; reward, resourcing, performance management, learning and development, organisation design and employee relations.
  • You should have a proven track record as a demanding leader, but one who colleagues can relate to and support.
  • You will be required to have instant impact, be visible within the organisation and be able to provide pragmatic and practical HR solutions through your team.
  • You will be capable of quickly developing trusted relationships with key senior leaders and championing the value of effective progressive HR practices to the organisation.

This is an exciting time to join an organisation that prides itself on its professional approach to delivering excellence through inspirational leadership. This will be a fantastic opportunity for someone who enjoys contributing to development and implementation of business strategy, as well as supporting stakeholder engagement and business change, while still remaining hands-on with day to day HR & OD related matters.

If you are driven to achieve future success through delivering outstanding service, and you can demonstrate your desire to assist Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service to achieve its goals, we want to hear from you.

To find out more about this opportunity please contact Katie Chamberlain, our retained consultant. Apply by sending your CV details, supporting statement and a completed diversity monitoring form by clicking apply button and quoting the reference UK764170.

Any direct applications will be sent to Katie Chamberlain.

Closing date for completed applications 15th December 2017

First stage interviews will be held 20th December 2017. Final assessments will be held 8th January 2018.

Please note you will receive an automated response advising you that we have received your CV.

Hudson is a leading provider of permanent recruitment, contract professionals and talent management solutions worldwide.

We are committed to ensuring that all job applicants are treated equally, without discrimination because of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability or age.

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