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    • city of london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £48,000 - £52,000 per year
    • full-time
    HR Business Partner - Permanent - HYBRID -ASAPLocation: Westminster (5min away from Victoria train Station)Salary: £48.600 - £51.895 ABOUT THE COMPANYThis is a really exciting time to join The Global Charity Organization. The Company are on a mission to amplify the voices of girls and young women, so they can champion change in their own lives and the wider world; to build strong partnerships that can increase our reach and impact; and to increase the support the company offer our amazing adult volunteers who deliver incredible experiences to young people across the UK every week. The role Overall purpose * To support the Head of HR by working in partnership with Girlguiding directorates to deliver a strategic and operational HR service that integrates with the business to support Girlguiding's refreshed people strategy and organisational strategy. * To provide both transformational advice and transactional support across all key areas of HR including workforce planning, retention, reward, organisational design and people development - delivering proactive people initiatives and solutions that deliver measurable value. Main area of responsibility* To lead on organisation design (OD) initiatives for organisational transformation to 2020 five year strategy facilitating a one team approach for strengthened* Main area of responsibility To lead on tailored people interventions for OD * To collaborate with the senior management team and other stakeholders to design and embed a one team strategy for staff and volunteers e.g. contractual changes, induction development, common staff / volunteer policies, L&D. * To support a refreshed people Strategy. * To design and ensure delivery of HR best practice support to Girlguiding Countries and Regions staff. * To collaborate innovatively with Comms. Colleagues to ensure effective HR delivery to, and stronger engagement with, all staff sites. * To lead on initiatives for flexible resourcing. To integrate strategically with the business * To partner with directors and heads of department, providing recommendations / solutions through one-to-one partner meetings and directorate team meetings. * To meet regularly with individual directors / heads to review implications for organisational design and change, risks and options, and plan for them e.g. team restructures, recruitment, anticipated turnover, and development. * To gather intelligence internally and externally and share learning with managers on good people management practices. * To support the Head of HR in the formulation, monitoring and review of the annual HR work plan and budget. * To coach, empower, constructively challenge, and build managers' capacity in HR practice and management e.g. employee relations, complex HR matters) To manage generalist HR functions * To develop, implement, streamline (where necessary) and advise on HR policies and procedures, guidelines and tools aligned with business strategy. * To lead on complex employee relations cases. * To drive a culture of strong performance management through a range of initiatives e.g. refreshed performance management model, action learning sets, HR surgeries, publicity etc. * To conduct training sessions as required. To lead on HR specialisms / OD initiatives * To collaborate with the Head of HR on culture change to underpin a one team strategy. * To collaborate with the HRBP who is leading on the development and implementation of new systems e.g. HRIS, to support a one team strategy. * To support the Head of HR and the Finance team in development of the long-term operating model to support the five-year strategic plan.* To lead on or manage any other HR projects that arise through the People Strategy / HR work plan. * To lead on a refreshed apprenticeship scheme. * To lead on pension governance. * To lead on aspects of compliance - IR35, pay gap reporting, and GDPR. Skills * Computer Literate, competent in the use of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint * Strong written communication skills to produce a wide range of material e.g. reports, proposals and training material* Strong interpersonal skills - ability to influence and negotiate at senior level* Strong time management skills to meet tight deadlines and multitask Experience* A track record in generalist HR * A track record in HR business partnering to include organisational design and corporate awareness* Experience presenting to boards / directors on complex or controversial business* Proven experience in delivering HR change projects to deadline and to budget e.g. restructures, OD models* Strong staff management experience (to line manage one or more staff members)* A track record in managing complex employee relations cases * Experience coaching; training and facilitating small groups* Experience of implementing systems e.g. HRIS, ATS* Experience of networking with HR contacts outside the organisation to keep up to date with best practice* Working in the public or voluntary sector KnowledgeKnowledge and understanding of the practical application of UK Employment law and HR best practiceChartered Member of the CIPD Degree-level education or holder of an equivalent qualificationUnderstanding of the practical application of diversity and inclusion at work HR Business Partner - Permanent - HYBRID -ASAPLocation: Westminster (5min away from Victoria train Station)Salary: £48.600 - £51.895
    HR Business Partner - Permanent - HYBRID -ASAPLocation: Westminster (5min away from Victoria train Station)Salary: £48.600 - £51.895 ABOUT THE COMPANYThis is a really exciting time to join The Global Charity Organization. The Company are on a mission to amplify the voices of girls and young women, so they can champion change in their own lives and the wider world; to build strong partnerships that can increase our reach and impact; and to increase the support the company offer our amazing adult volunteers who deliver incredible experiences to young people across the UK every week. The role Overall purpose * To support the Head of HR by working in partnership with Girlguiding directorates to deliver a strategic and operational HR service that integrates with the business to support Girlguiding's refreshed people strategy and organisational strategy. * To provide both transformational advice and transactional support across all key areas of HR including workforce planning, retention, reward, organisational design and people development - delivering proactive people initiatives and solutions that deliver measurable value. Main area of responsibility* To lead on organisation design (OD) initiatives for organisational transformation to 2020 five year strategy facilitating a one team approach for strengthened* Main area of responsibility To lead on tailored people interventions for OD * To collaborate with the senior management team and other stakeholders to design and embed a one team strategy for staff and volunteers e.g. contractual changes, induction development, common staff / volunteer policies, L&D. * To support a refreshed people Strategy. * To design and ensure delivery of HR best practice support to Girlguiding Countries and Regions staff. * To collaborate innovatively with Comms. Colleagues to ensure effective HR delivery to, and stronger engagement with, all staff sites. * To lead on initiatives for flexible resourcing. To integrate strategically with the business * To partner with directors and heads of department, providing recommendations / solutions through one-to-one partner meetings and directorate team meetings. * To meet regularly with individual directors / heads to review implications for organisational design and change, risks and options, and plan for them e.g. team restructures, recruitment, anticipated turnover, and development. * To gather intelligence internally and externally and share learning with managers on good people management practices. * To support the Head of HR in the formulation, monitoring and review of the annual HR work plan and budget. * To coach, empower, constructively challenge, and build managers' capacity in HR practice and management e.g. employee relations, complex HR matters) To manage generalist HR functions * To develop, implement, streamline (where necessary) and advise on HR policies and procedures, guidelines and tools aligned with business strategy. * To lead on complex employee relations cases. * To drive a culture of strong performance management through a range of initiatives e.g. refreshed performance management model, action learning sets, HR surgeries, publicity etc. * To conduct training sessions as required. To lead on HR specialisms / OD initiatives * To collaborate with the Head of HR on culture change to underpin a one team strategy. * To collaborate with the HRBP who is leading on the development and implementation of new systems e.g. HRIS, to support a one team strategy. * To support the Head of HR and the Finance team in development of the long-term operating model to support the five-year strategic plan.* To lead on or manage any other HR projects that arise through the People Strategy / HR work plan. * To lead on a refreshed apprenticeship scheme. * To lead on pension governance. * To lead on aspects of compliance - IR35, pay gap reporting, and GDPR. Skills * Computer Literate, competent in the use of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint * Strong written communication skills to produce a wide range of material e.g. reports, proposals and training material* Strong interpersonal skills - ability to influence and negotiate at senior level* Strong time management skills to meet tight deadlines and multitask Experience* A track record in generalist HR * A track record in HR business partnering to include organisational design and corporate awareness* Experience presenting to boards / directors on complex or controversial business* Proven experience in delivering HR change projects to deadline and to budget e.g. restructures, OD models* Strong staff management experience (to line manage one or more staff members)* A track record in managing complex employee relations cases * Experience coaching; training and facilitating small groups* Experience of implementing systems e.g. HRIS, ATS* Experience of networking with HR contacts outside the organisation to keep up to date with best practice* Working in the public or voluntary sector KnowledgeKnowledge and understanding of the practical application of UK Employment law and HR best practiceChartered Member of the CIPD Degree-level education or holder of an equivalent qualificationUnderstanding of the practical application of diversity and inclusion at work HR Business Partner - Permanent - HYBRID -ASAPLocation: Westminster (5min away from Victoria train Station)Salary: £48.600 - £51.895
    • city of london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £40,000 per year
    • full-time
    Job SummaryThe HR Officer is responsible for handling day-to-day HR operations and projects, as well as the administration of HR policies and procedures. Solid experience in payroll processing and training programmes are essential. This role is an individual contributor and is reporting to Head of HR. Salary: £40k Location: London (Hybrid) Responsibilities Implement and administrate HR policies. Identify ways to improve policies and procedures; Advise colleagues on company policy, and assist with the development and implementation of new policies; Deliver effective support to the head of HR/HR team and the wider business, ensuring operational excellence across all aspects of the HR function; Work with the HR team closely to handle with different queries from the employees; Assist Head of HR to manage and develop employee benefits and compensation; Assist Head of HR on recruitment; Assist Head of HR on performance appraisal; Implement learning and development activities by coordinating training sessions, managing attendance and gathering and evaluating employee feedback; Manage company payroll and maintaining payroll record; Manage expat visa application/extension and relocation; Work closely with the HR team to contribute new ideas on employee training and development programmes; Maintain up-to-date, accessible and accurate HR records; Be familiar with Employees absence management system and other HR internal systems; Process the relevant HR invoices; Other general HR tasks, including reference letters, maintain JDs, assisting HR training sessions and interviews, etc. Other tasks assigned by Head of HR Qualifications:The successful candidate should be educated to degree level and be CIPD qualified (or working towards CIPD qualifications) Skills/Experience Good understanding of UK employment practices, employment law, UK immigration legislation and business policies Proven payroll processing experience(more than 60 employees at least); including P11D, P60 and year-end tax related matters; Proven experience in organising training sessions; having good connection with external training providers Proven HR work experience in multinational environment Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office package Excellent communication skills both written and spoken be flexible, and able to react quickly to the various demands of the business A team player
    Job SummaryThe HR Officer is responsible for handling day-to-day HR operations and projects, as well as the administration of HR policies and procedures. Solid experience in payroll processing and training programmes are essential. This role is an individual contributor and is reporting to Head of HR. Salary: £40k Location: London (Hybrid) Responsibilities Implement and administrate HR policies. Identify ways to improve policies and procedures; Advise colleagues on company policy, and assist with the development and implementation of new policies; Deliver effective support to the head of HR/HR team and the wider business, ensuring operational excellence across all aspects of the HR function; Work with the HR team closely to handle with different queries from the employees; Assist Head of HR to manage and develop employee benefits and compensation; Assist Head of HR on recruitment; Assist Head of HR on performance appraisal; Implement learning and development activities by coordinating training sessions, managing attendance and gathering and evaluating employee feedback; Manage company payroll and maintaining payroll record; Manage expat visa application/extension and relocation; Work closely with the HR team to contribute new ideas on employee training and development programmes; Maintain up-to-date, accessible and accurate HR records; Be familiar with Employees absence management system and other HR internal systems; Process the relevant HR invoices; Other general HR tasks, including reference letters, maintain JDs, assisting HR training sessions and interviews, etc. Other tasks assigned by Head of HR Qualifications:The successful candidate should be educated to degree level and be CIPD qualified (or working towards CIPD qualifications) Skills/Experience Good understanding of UK employment practices, employment law, UK immigration legislation and business policies Proven payroll processing experience(more than 60 employees at least); including P11D, P60 and year-end tax related matters; Proven experience in organising training sessions; having good connection with external training providers Proven HR work experience in multinational environment Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office package Excellent communication skills both written and spoken be flexible, and able to react quickly to the various demands of the business A team player
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £70,000 - £90,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are currently working with an exciting Tech Start-up currrently in the process of scaling up the business.The role offers a great opportunity for a HR and Recruitment focused professional to comee in and help drive growth and attract top tech talent into the organisation.This role is perfect for someone with drive and passion to help drive things forward and buy into the ethos of the organisation. Job Role:Recruiting (including tech specific roles)General people operations, including all HR mattersWorking with senior leadership to implement career progression and development strategiesPeople management and developmentScaling a people function from 25-100Supporting our CEO with ad-hoc projects Experiance in:Leading HR FunctionTech RecruitmentStart-up enviornmentScale-up
    Digby Morgan are currently working with an exciting Tech Start-up currrently in the process of scaling up the business.The role offers a great opportunity for a HR and Recruitment focused professional to comee in and help drive growth and attract top tech talent into the organisation.This role is perfect for someone with drive and passion to help drive things forward and buy into the ethos of the organisation. Job Role:Recruiting (including tech specific roles)General people operations, including all HR mattersWorking with senior leadership to implement career progression and development strategiesPeople management and developmentScaling a people function from 25-100Supporting our CEO with ad-hoc projects Experiance in:Leading HR FunctionTech RecruitmentStart-up enviornmentScale-up
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £65,000 - £85,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are currently working with a rapidly growing Tech Organisation who are recruiting for a Senior Technical Recruiter to help drive the organisation forward and bring in some of the best talent in the market.They are looking for an experienced Tech Recruiter who is comfortable with hard to fill and niche requirements. Job Role:End to End RecruitmentStakeholder managementOffer negotiationJob advertisingScreening,Assessing candidatesUsing various platforms to find hard-to-fill roles
    Digby Morgan are currently working with a rapidly growing Tech Organisation who are recruiting for a Senior Technical Recruiter to help drive the organisation forward and bring in some of the best talent in the market.They are looking for an experienced Tech Recruiter who is comfortable with hard to fill and niche requirements. Job Role:End to End RecruitmentStakeholder managementOffer negotiationJob advertisingScreening,Assessing candidatesUsing various platforms to find hard-to-fill roles
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £30,000 - £32,500, per year, Company Benefits
    • full-time
    An exciting opportunity for a fluent Dutch and English speaking Recruiter to join an organisation that provides linguistic services to their clients. The role sits within the linguistic recruitment team and will initially be supporting with the recruitment for an exciting new project and getting involved in the strategic direction. You will be:Sourcing and recruiting for candidates thinking outside of the box to attract new candidatesRemotely conduct interviews with candidates from various locationsrequired to converse with clients and candidates in dutchBe able to sell the business and benefits to the candidatesEnsuring compliance of all your candidates is completedBe a key point of contact between candidates and clients Handling multiple requirements and candidates at any one time in high volumesTo be successful in this role: It is essential you speak fluent dutch and English to be considered for this role, please ensure this is included in your applicationPrevious recruitment experience is highly beneficial or High volume call centre and negotiation experience Be organised and manage your time wellConfident in recruiting via various channels including social media This is a full time, permanent, remote based opportunity with a salary on offer up to £32,500 + company benefits. Please apply now for immediate consideration Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    An exciting opportunity for a fluent Dutch and English speaking Recruiter to join an organisation that provides linguistic services to their clients. The role sits within the linguistic recruitment team and will initially be supporting with the recruitment for an exciting new project and getting involved in the strategic direction. You will be:Sourcing and recruiting for candidates thinking outside of the box to attract new candidatesRemotely conduct interviews with candidates from various locationsrequired to converse with clients and candidates in dutchBe able to sell the business and benefits to the candidatesEnsuring compliance of all your candidates is completedBe a key point of contact between candidates and clients Handling multiple requirements and candidates at any one time in high volumesTo be successful in this role: It is essential you speak fluent dutch and English to be considered for this role, please ensure this is included in your applicationPrevious recruitment experience is highly beneficial or High volume call centre and negotiation experience Be organised and manage your time wellConfident in recruiting via various channels including social media This is a full time, permanent, remote based opportunity with a salary on offer up to £32,500 + company benefits. Please apply now for immediate consideration Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £45,000 - £50,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding organisation in the Food/Beverage Industry who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.This is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting organisation and really make the role your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop and grow the HR department for the organisation. This is a great opportunity to showcase your skills and experience and really make a difference and contribute to the success of the organisation.Requirements:CIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of Managing a HR department and initiating new policies and processes for the People agenda of the organisation.Strong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management and Policies.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
    Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding organisation in the Food/Beverage Industry who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.This is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting organisation and really make the role your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop and grow the HR department for the organisation. This is a great opportunity to showcase your skills and experience and really make a difference and contribute to the success of the organisation.Requirements:CIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of Managing a HR department and initiating new policies and processes for the People agenda of the organisation.Strong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management and Policies.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £45,000 - £50,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding Charity who are thriving to make Donating and giving to and who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.Working as a Standalone HR Manager, reporting directly into the CEO, you will have the opportunity to make this position your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop the HR function within the Charity and align the People goals with the overall organisational Strategy. The successful candidate will have had experience in building a HR function from scratch and have very strong people management skills partnered with strong influencing and negotiation skills.Requirements:CIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of building a HR function in an organisationStrong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management, Change Management and Remuneration and Reward.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation with strong influencing skills.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
    Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding Charity who are thriving to make Donating and giving to and who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.Working as a Standalone HR Manager, reporting directly into the CEO, you will have the opportunity to make this position your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop the HR function within the Charity and align the People goals with the overall organisational Strategy. The successful candidate will have had experience in building a HR function from scratch and have very strong people management skills partnered with strong influencing and negotiation skills.Requirements:CIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of building a HR function in an organisationStrong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management, Change Management and Remuneration and Reward.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation with strong influencing skills.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.

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