Job title:Head of HR
Location: Leatherhead
Closing date:2019-01-25 00:00:00
Salary:£53k per annum + benefits
Hours:39 hours per week
Job type:Full time
Role overview:
Head of HR
 
Transform Housing & Support is a Surrey based charity, offering high quality housing, support and homecare to enhance the lives of the people it supports, with nearly 50 years’ experience of enabling people to transform their lives.
 
Position: Head of People
Location: Leatherhead KT22
Job type: Full Time, Permanent
Hours: 39 hours per week
Salary: £53k per annum + benefits
 
Closing date: 25 January 2019
Interviews date: 8 or 11 February 2019
 
About the role:
 
Overall responsibility for the development and implementation of Transform’s People Strategy and achievement of all corporate people related objectives and targets, as set out in the annual business plan; as well as leading and developing Transform’s people support services.
 
Reporting to the Board on people related matters and strategy progress, and servicing the People Committee; contributing also to overall business strategy and development.
 
Working alongside and as an active member of the HR team, to ensure effective service delivery to all of Transform’s frontline and other central services.
 
Responsibilities:
 
- Contribute, as a member of the Executive team, to the formulation of an overall strategy for the organisation and corporate decision making on a continuous basis, attending and contributing to Board meetings as required.
- Lead on the development and implementation of Transform’s People Strategy ensuring that it is aligned with the wider business strategy.
- Lead on the delivery of effective recruitment processes, which use all available channels to ensure a pipeline of suitable candidates, at the same time managing the staffing establishment with the wider Executive team to ensure budgetary adherence.
- Lead on the identification of key drivers of engagement and attrition across our workforce. Design and implement targeted interventions to increase levels of engagement and reduce voluntary turnover.
- Lead on employee related change management projects, as well as ongoing HR policy and process development.
- Together with your Executive colleagues lead on the development and promotion of a positive organisation-wide culture that reflects our values, and has a strong emphasis on high performance and operational excellence.
- Review effectiveness of the existing approach to reward, benefits and recognition recommending improvements where required to establish a culture that celebrates success.
- Identify future capability needs required to meet the growing demands of increased regulation and our future business development strategy.
- Manage and evolve our learning and development interventions, and lead on ensuring retention of our Investor in People accreditation.
- Lead and contribute as a member of the HR team in providing a professional and proactive HR service to all business areas, as well as overseeing the contributions of volunteering across the organisation.
- Utilise key people metrics to drive debate and influence business decisions.
- Maintain a strong awareness of best practice, employment legislation and statutory guidance to ensure Transform conforms to all statutory and regulatory requirements.
- Any other responsibilities consistent with those set out above.
 
About you:
 
- Degree level qualification in human resources management and / or Chartered MCIPD qualified.
- Experience of working at a senior level, and of contributing to organisational strategy development and corporate decision making.
- Experience of developing an organisational-wide people strategy, and of monitoring and reporting on progress at Board and / or executive levels.
- Experience of leading on employee related change projects, as well as HR policy and process development.
- Experience of leading on the development and promotion of a positive organisational culture, with a strong emphasis on high performance and operational excellence.
- Proven track record of working in a generalist human resources management role, across all four HRM strands
- A sound working knowledge of employment law, and an ability to reflect this clearly in relevant policies and procedures, and any advice given.
- Experience of providing advice and support to managers in dealing with a wide range of staff issues.
- Experience of planning and managing staff consultations.
- Experience of effective budget management.
- Commitment to promoting equalities and diversity practices and working knowledge of equal opportunities as it affects Transform’s staff.
- High standards of personal integrity and willingness to adhere to Transform’s values.
- Possession of a full valid driving licence and the use of a car for business purposes.
 
Desirable:
 
- Experience of preparing papers for, and of attending and contributing to Board meetings.
- Experience of managing TUPE transfers.
- Experience of working in social housing, supported housing or homecare.
- Experience of attaining or ensuring retention of Investor in People accreditation.
 
You may have experience of the following: Head of People, Head of HR, People Manager, HR Manager, Human Resources Manager, Head of Human Resources, HR Consultant, Human Resources Consultant, HRBP, HR Business Partner, etc.
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