Head of People & Culture - Groundwork Greater Manchester
Are you a values-driven and visionary leader specialising in People and Culture?
This is a unique opportunity to become Groundwork Greater Manchester's first ever Head of People and Culture following a period of change, reflection and growth.
Why is this role so special?
You'll be a member of the SLT and report directly to the Exec Director, leading the development and implementation of a brand-new people strategy. By fostering an inclusive and empowering culture, you'll drive on-going organisational development alongside plans for continued growth.
Base: Trafford Park, Manchester or Ashton-Under-Lyne with hot-desking available in other offices and hybrid and flexible working options
Permanent role; open to flexible proposals such as compressed hours, reduced hours, job share
About the organisation:
GGM's mission is to create a greener more resilient Greater Manchester city region, with strong communities, responsible businesses and enhanced prospects for all.
Over the last 3 years, they have been on a positive journey of merger and growth. They are proud that 91% of staff say Groundwork is a great place to work. But, they know they can still improve and that means investing in people and culture.
About the role:
GGM recently launched a People Strategy to provide a framework for continuous improvement, engaging the whole staff team to agree organisational values. You'll take ownership for developing, leading and implementing that strategy.
Including elements of: organisational development, people strategy, employee engagement, talent acquisition and management, retention and reward, and delivery of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion vision and goals.
About the person:
Most importantly, you align with GGM's collectively agreed organisational values:
Caring, collaborative and bold in everything you do; you champion social justice and are committed to environmental responsibility.
You're qualified (at degree level or equivalent experience) in HR, Organisational Development or related field.
You have significant experience of leading strategic people and culture change in an agile, complex and evolving organisation.
If you are excited by this unique role as we are, please send a copy of your profile or CV to Amelia Lee at Charity People for more information on how to apply.
Deadline: 9am on Friday 29th July
Interview: Friday 12th August
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.