Head of people operations
Location: Flexible: London, Chesterfield or homeworker
Hours: Full-time 35 hours per week
Salary: £52,015pa(London), £48,985pa (rest of UK)
Benefits: Read more about what we offer
Contract type: Permanent
Travel: Regular travel to London and Chesterfield offices
Closing date: 29 June 2021
Download our candidate pack (PDF, 199 KB), job description and person specification for the Head of People Operations role (PDF, 242 KB).
Key requirements of the role
- Experience of developing and managing service standards related to people operations, or equivalent.
- Experience of managing and leading a people operations team or equivalent, developing members of the team to reach their full potential.
- Ability to lead and manage work to develop, implement and fully embed systems and processes related to staff and volunteer involvement.
- Proven ability to analyse and utilise MI and data insights to influence organisational thinking and inform strategic direction.
- An awareness and appreciation of the differences between staff and volunteer support and a willingness and ability to integrate where appropriate and retain distinction where necessary.
How to apply
To apply please provide:
- a concise, up-to-date CV
- along with a completed supporting statement (Word, 40.04 KB) demonstrating how you meet the key requirements set out in the job description and person specification for the Head of People Operations role (PDF, 242 KB).
- please include where you’ve seen this role advertised.
The recruitment team will anonymise your CV and supporting statement before forwarding to the shortlisting panel. This is to reduce any potential bias in the process.
Supporting statements should be no more than two sides of A4 and should summarise:
- How your skills and experience are relevant to the role.
- What style of leadership you would bring to the role and why.
- How you would prioritise your time in the first six months in role.
It is possible to apply for more than one post, if you feel you have the required skills and experience. To do this please submit one CV and a separate supporting statement for each role you are applying for.
Email your completed application by 29 June 2021 to email@example.com.
First interviews expected: 15 July on Microsoft Teams
Second interviews expected: 19 July on Microsoft Teams
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