Human Resources and Organisational Development Manager
To lead a high quality, effective and responsive human resources and organisational development function, taking overall leadership on all HR and organisational development issues.
Accountable for organisational development (including leadership and management development) to ensure Human Appeal has the workforce capabilities and agility to satisfy its short, medium and long term objectives.
Responsible for staff engagement and internal communications within Human Appeal.
- Develop and implement effective human resources strategies, plans and policies to ensure the long term development of the organisation. Develop and implement plans to ensure the organisation is recruiting, retaining and motivating the highest calibre of people to deliver the Strategic Plan
- Supervise and support international and national recruitment by ensuring Human Appeal business processes are followed, while ensuring transparency, diversity and gender.
- Facilitate the performance management process and ensure that line managers are trained in its application and implementation, in line with Human Appeal policy.
- Ensure applicable reward policies and systems (payroll, allowances, leaves, medicals, relocations, TOIL, etc) are clear and communicated to all staff.
- Work closely with line managers, providing them with expert guidance, coaching and support on the full range of HR activities (including policies and procedures, terms and conditions of employment, absence management, restructuring of services, performance management, redundancy planning etc.), in order to ensure a consistent and fair approach to people management throughout the Board.
- Develop, implement and maintain HR policies and procedures to ensure effective, fair and consistent management of staff throughout the organisation, and ensure that the staff handbook is comprehensive and up-to-date.
- Keep up to date with legal developments and advise management on compliance and risk factors.
- Lead a team with accountability for bridging capacity and capability gaps in the organisation
- Support the implementation of change management / transition process and ensure that clear staffing plans are developed.
- Develop an effective training matrix for the organisation to achieve growth in line with the charity’s strategy.
Qualifications and Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree.
- CIPD qualified/part qualified (or equivalent) or able to demonstrate the equivalent level of knowledge within human resources.
- A strong track record of personal development in the HR and Business field.
- Substantial experience of delivering an efficient & effective HR service.
- Significant experience of developing and implementing HR policies.
- Ability to manage wider ranging services with an interest in, knowledge of staff engagement and organisational development.
- Extensive working knowledge of employment legislation and the practical application of this in a working environment.
- Ability to work and make decisions both independently and collaboratively, having first evaluated all options, and be able to support decisions with factual information.
- Excellent Communication skills both orally and in writing.
- Ability to produce a range of reports and statistical information
- Ability to develop strong working relationships at all levels.
- Good interpersonal skills.
- Effective team player.
- Ability to present information verbally and in writing with clarity and credibility.
- Good planning and facilitation skills.
- Excellent computer skills – familiarity with IT packages.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills (including presentation skills).
- Good organisation skills.
- Commitment to community and social development values.
- Self motivated and an ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
- Good independent judgement, strategic vision and ability to challenge constructively.
- Flexible approach to working hours.
- Willingness to travel to other sites throughout the region where necessary.
- The job description is not intended to be exhaustive and it is likely that duties may be altered from time to time in the light of changing circumstances and after consultation with the post holder.
How to Apply
Please apply before the closing date by sending your CV and covering letter via email to: email@example.com
If you do not here back within 4 weeks of the application closing date please assume your application has been unsuccessful.