327 Operations support coordinator jobs near Southwark, Greater London
Do you have a passion for ensuring people with disabilities live fulfilled lives? Do you want to help lead a community that really values people for who they are and what they can do?
L’Arche London is more than just a service provider, we’re a diverse, inclusive community of nearly 100 people, with and without learning disabilities who live, work and celebrate together. We provide registered care and supported housing as well as specialist day services. Our aim is to provide a place of belonging, to help people with learning disabilities live independent yet connected lives.
We’re now looking for a new Deputy Service Coordinator to join our leadership team. You will support the Service Coordinator to deliver high quality person centred support for the Oak Group, one of our three community groups. Oak group supports 8 people with learning disabilities with differing needs, who live in 3 houses in our supported living programme. Together with the Service Coordinator you will manage and inspire a team of 14 support assistants, who facilitate the practical, social and spiritual needs of everyone in the group.
Deputy Service Coordinators split their time between the office, organising rotas, liaising with families, social services and health care professionals and providing a minimum of 24 hours a week direct support.
L’Arche London is a vibrant, joyful place to be. We’re part of an international federation of L’Arche communities in over 35 countries worldwide. Founded in the Christian tradition, L'Arche Communities welcome people of all faiths and none. Our vision is a world where all belong.
Throughout the pandemic, the community groups at L’Arche London have remained strong and positive teams, who have ensured that the people we support have been able to flourish despite COVID restrictions. In 2022 we are beginning to reimagine what support, care and shared lives can look like, building on our existing quality and on the unique faith-based values of L’Arche. This role will be part of a group of key leaders during this exciting time.
This is an ideal step up for someone with knowledge and experience of supporting people with learning disabilities, who has an enthusiasm for our values and the ability to inspire and manage others.
(Please note we also have the same Deputy Service Coordinator role available as a short-term fixed term contract. See our website for details of this second opportunity.)
How to Apply
Please download and read the full job pack.
Applicants are asked to send a CV AND a letter of up to two sides of A4, outlining why you feel your skills, knowledge and experience meet the job description and person specification for the role. Your CV must include a full work history from leaving full time education to the present. Please include an explanation for any gaps in your employment.
The closing date for applications is 10am on Monday 21 February 2022. First round interviews will be held during the week commencing 28th February 2022. The initial interview will involve a task and a panel interview. Interviews will be in person where possible. All candidates and interview panel members will be required to provide proof of a negative lateral flow test on the morning of the interview.
PLEASE NOTE: To ensure we comply with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021 (“the Regulations”), the post holder will need to be either fully vaccinated against Covid-19 unless clinically exempt or partially vaccinated and intending to complete their vaccination within 10 weeks of their first vaccination. Applicants will be asked to provide evidence of their vaccine status or exemption via the NHS COVID App as part of the conditions of the job offer. Candidates will not be able to start in the role until this evidence has been received.
Applicants are asked to send a CV AND a letter of up to two sides of A4, outlining why you feel your skills, knowledge and experience meet the job description and person specification for the role.
Your CV must include a full work history from leaving full time education to the present. Please include an explanation for any gaps in your employment.
Please note we are not able to sponsor visas for this type of role, so applicants must have the right to work in the UK.
In the shortlisting process we will anonymise all statements and CVs (removing names, changing file names and so on).
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Examinations Operations Manager
Full-time, 35 hours per week
We have a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic individual to join a Royal Medical College in the Exams Department. We are looking for a dedicated manager to support the Examinations Manager to provide services to our members.
The Examinations Operations Manager is responsible for managing all operational aspects of the co-ordination and delivery of the College examinations. This includes ensuring that suitable logistical and administrative arrangements are in place, line managing the three Examinations Co-ordinators, and managing team workloads to ensure the smooth operation of a complex examination system.
The Examinations Operations Manager will undertake management responsibility for the organisation and professional delivery of all examinations to the quality standards agreed and will be responsible for contributing and responding to changes in delivery in the future.
In particular, overseeing and co-ordinating:
· Establishing and revising processes for new and existing examinations
· Candidate communications and relations
· Examination entries
· Day to day management of the online examinations platform
· Venue organisation
· Database and result management
Pathology is at the heart of modern healthcare. Pathologists work to prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor diseases and are involved in the diagnosis of disorders affecting every organ of the body, from before birth to after death. The majority of tests requested by doctors will be performed and interpreted by a clinical scientist or medically qualified pathologist.
The Royal College of Pathologists is a professional membership organisation with over 11,000 members who are doctors and scientists working in hospitals, universities and laboratories in the UK and overseas. We work with pathologists at every stage of their career – from setting curricula, organising training and running exams, to approving job descriptions, publishing best-practice guidance and providing continuing professional development.
We offer attractive staff benefits including 25 days annual leave rising with length of service, enhanced employer contributions to pension scheme, an employee discount scheme, and season ticket loans, as well as a cycle to work scheme. The College values diversity, welcoming applications for all members of society.
Please submit your CV and a completed Supporting Information Form with your application, in order to be considered for the role. Further information can be found on our website when you click to apply.
The closing date for applications is 25 January 2022.
Please note that all staff are currently working remotely and the interviews will be carried out online through video calls.
ISD is recruiting for a Programme Operations Coordinator to play a key role in supporting the delivery of ISD's programmes across our Europe and Five Eyes (EFE) regions (Europe, The UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand). The salary for this position is £30,000 - £35,000 per annum depending on experience.
The Programme Operations Coordinator will provide key operational and financial support to programme teams on a portfolio of projects at various stages in their project lifecycle, from project design, development, delivery and reporting. They will work closely with the Programme Operations Manager and the wider Operations team at ISD to ensure projects are delivered on schedule and that ISD is producing our high-quality outputs efficiently and to the highest standards.
- Project management and operational support
- Serve as a grant management lead on a range of projects and ensure ISD remains compliant with donor requirements
- Financial management of project budgets, including administering budget tracking and reporting, and supporting donor audits
- Support the development of new projects and proposals
The successful candidate will have the following skills and experience:
- Strong understanding and experience of project cycle management in an international context
- Relevant project management experience in a related organisation, such as a similar charity/NGO/think tank/public sector department
- Experience of working with different kinds of institutional funders (e.g. trusts, foundations, governments) and managing their grants and compliance processes
- Experience in project development or fundraising, including supporting bids and grant writing, business development, or donor relations
Applicants must have the right to work in the UK. Whilst ISD is located in London, we can support remote working and welcome applicants from across the UK.
Please submit your application by Monday 31st January 2022. If you have any further questions about this vacancy or would like to speak to a member of our recruitment team, please contact us via our careers site. ISD reserves the right to interview and appoint candidates prior to the advertised closing date.
This role is 2.5 days per week - flexible hous on offer.
This role is a much-valued position and is responsible for the efficient management of administrative, finance and charity governance procedures for the Heart of the City team. Heart of the City is a responsible business charity which works with small and medium sized enterprises to help them to develop responsible and sustainable business programmes. The charity’s Co-Presidents are the Lord Mayor of the City of London and the Governor of the Bank of England.
The role will involve a mix of primarily remote / home based working combined with the requirement to occasionally work in our central London office which is located between Bank and Moorgate.
This role requires a highly motivated individual, someone who can work autonomously, is pro-active and intuitive, a strong collaborator and a team player who is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and is happy to be called upon to support wider team activities as required.
The post holder will provide a comprehensive high quality support service - covering a mix administrative, financial and charity governance support - to the Heart of the City team enabling the delivery of the charity’s priorities efficiently and effectively. For example, this role is responsible for overseeing the administration of SharePoint, Salesforce and other systems used by the Heart of the City team ensuring processes are up-to-date and running effectively. The post holder also plays an administrative support role in event management including pre-event planning and post-event evaluation.
The post holder will liaise with corporate contacts across the Heart of the City community - including Trustees and Council members (senior business contacts) - as well as across the wider City of London Corporation operations – constantly providing a professional and positive interaction for any external stakeholder with the charity. Heart of the City is an independent charity which is housed and supported by the City of London Corporation. The team is employed by the Corporation and seconded to the charity.
With a focus on responsible and sustainable business and climate action, roles in the Heart of the City team are a super opportunity for anyone with an interest in environment, responsible business, sustainability and CSR.
We’re looking forward to hearing from candidates who would like to join our friendly and dynamic team and who can help us to provide quality support to small and medium sized businesses across London and the UK.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you a highly skilled administrator looking to make your mark on the work of one of the country's largest charities?
Could you provide project support to our Technology team, helping them to achieve our aims and goals?
About the role
As our Technology Team and Operations Coordinator you’ll provide comprehensive senior level co-ordination and operational support to our Technology Senior Leadership Team, including the Chief Technology Officer.
You’ll provide professional management of all communications on behalf of the Director, dealing with highly confidential and sensitive information and documentation appropriately. You’ll also assist in the delivery of continuous improvement projects and activities that remove directorate-wide pain points or unlock new value.
Working and managing Technology directorate projects, you’ll be involved in the production and distribution of reports and updates, and will utilise data analysis tools and techniques.
You’ll work with the Technology Senior Leadership Team on ongoing change programme activities, and will prioritise, plan, coordinate and oversee logistics for meetings and conferences.
With previous knowledge of lean tools and techniques (Continuous Improvement), you’ll have data analysis experience, able to generate data-based reporting and insight.
You’ll have a good working knowledge of Office365 and will be able to structure and put together PowerPoint presentations for internal and external communications / conferences.
You’ll have proven experience of supporting Senior level teams and key stakeholders and will have proven experience of communications management for a senior team. Able to handle sensitive and confidential information with integrity and discretion, you’ll have previous experience of providing bespoke support to senior stakeholders with complex needs and priorities.
You’ll have excellent organisation skills, acute attention to detail whilst maintaining focus on higher level needs and will be able to handle and complete multiple tasks in a fast paced and time sensitive environment.
Able to produce high quality materials, e.g., minutes, presentations, in a timely way, you’ll have excellent written and verbal interpersonal skills and strong sense of professionalism.
Every single one of us is vulnerable to the heartbreak caused by heart and circulatory diseases – they are the world’s biggest killers. But the research we fund represents hope. And nothing matters more than finding cures and treatments that give us more time with the people we love.
Here at the British Heart Foundation we celebrate diversity and make inclusion part of what we do every day. Diversity and Inclusion forms a main pillar in our People Experience Strategy and we drive our strategy through our diversity and inclusion leaders group Kaleidoscope. Our aim is for all of our colleagues and volunteers to bring their true self to work, so we can continue to fund life saving research.
We understand that you might need a little help balancing your work and home life. Many of our people work flexibly in many different ways. Please feel free to talk to us about the flexibility you may need; we’re happy to explore what’s possible for you and the role.
Please note interviews will be held over Microsoft Teams.
How to apply
To apply for this role please use the apply button below. Our process involves submitting your CV and a supporting statement, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the role’s criteria.
As part of our commitment to be an inclusive employer and ensure fairness and consistency in selecting the best candidate for this role, the BHF will use anonymous CV software as part of the application journey.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a Crisis Cafe Coordinator to join our Nightlight team.
Do you want to support people with mental health issues in a moment of crisis?
Are you calm, non-judgemental and able to work effectively with people experiencing distress?
Can you demonstrate our values of Hope, Empathy, Respect, Integrity and Excellence and want to be part of our mission to create opportunities for individuals to make choices, find their own solutions, build resilience and manage their whole life and wellbeing?
If the answer to all of these is yes, we want to hear from you.
NightLight Crisis Café Coodinator
Responsible to: Nightlight Team Leader
Responsible for: To be a key member of staff delivering the Nightlight Mental Health Crisis Service, taking part in rota covering 7 days per week ensuring the delivery and development of quality crisis support services and instilling Hertfordshire Mind Network’s values throughout the provision. Overseeing the day to day operation of the crisis café and supervising other staff (crisis support workers).
Based: Watford/Borehamwood (expectation to travel whenever necessary with mileage paid when not working at home base)
Working hours: 37.5 hours a week over a 7 day period (Split over a 7 day working rota working 17:30 – 01:30). Part time hours may be considered.
Rate of pay: £23,000 - £24,200, pro rata
Our Nightlight Service is proud to provide urgent support, crisis intervention and emotional support to people experiencing a mental health crisis in Hertfordshire as an alternative to statutory pathways.
We provide support to adults across Hertfordshire 7 days a week, 365 days a year through our helpline, crisis centres, crisis cafes and a weekend Crisis House. We aim to provide a safe space for people in crisis to talk and feel supported, be listened to without judgement, access relevant support with problem solving and facilitate access to external services when necessary.
"I started with Nightlight at the very beginning as a crisis support worker 6 and a half years ago, answering the first call to the service. During this time, I have had the opportunity to grow and develop, moving into my current leadership position. Over the years it has been a pleasure to support so many people and help them to a better place in their lives. I have been really lucky to be surrounded by wonderful colleagues, who through any challenge are always there with reassuring words, a chance to debrief and the offer of a cup of tea."
Closing date: Friday 4th February 2022 by 5pm
Interview date: Interviews to be held week commencing 14th February 2022 via Microsoft Teams.
To Apply and for more information:
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No agencies please.
We’re Anthony Nolan and we save the lives of people with blood cancer who need a stem cell transplant.
We’re unique. Thanks to the incredible donors on our register, our pioneering research and our passionate fundraisers, we give the chance of life to three people a day.
But we won’t stop there. We want to be there for everyone who needs a transplant; from finding a match, through every step of a patient’s transplant journey. And together we can reach the remarkable day when we can save the lives of everyone with blood cancer.
And now we want you to join our lifesaving team. We are looking for a People Operations Administrator to join our People team.
Title:People Operations Administrator
Salary:£23,000 p.a. (including London Weighting)
Hours: 35 hours per week
Location:Hampstead, North London
As our People Operations Administrator, you will provide excellent, pro-active administrative support for the People team which includes (but is not limited) to People Operations, People Development, Staff engagement and Volunteering. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar role, excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to act with the upmost discretion and confidentiality. This is a busy and varied role which will require the successful candidate to gain a good working knowledge of Anthony Nolan policies. A sound understanding of computer packages is essential as well as accuracy and the ability to meet strict deadlines. The most important thing though is to bring ideas to the table and be truly passionate about supporting our people.
Please check out the job description and summary of benefits on our website when you click to apply.
Together, we can save lives. Join our team and give someone a chance of life.
Anthony Nolan is an equal opportunities & living wage accredited employer.
All applicants must be able to demonstrate the right to work in the UK.
You may have experience of the following: HR, HR Admin, CIPD, Third Sector, Voluntary Sector, Not for Profit, NFP etc, People Operations, Coordinator, HR Services
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Here at the Ramblers we’re passionate about helping everyone to find their feet. Join Britain’s biggest walking charity to help even more people enjoy the benefits of walking.
This is an exciting time at Ramblers! Over the next three months we will introduce a new brand, website and system for volunteers to plan and organise group walks. Volunteers are at the heart of what we do – and with over 480 Ramblers groups and 100,000 group walks taking place every year, it’s vital that we provide the right support. Are you up for the challenge?
We’re looking for an ambitious Operations Support Officer to join the team. The role is part of the Operations & Advocacy team, reporting to the Operations Manager.
If you like juggling lots of different priorities, enjoy working with volunteers and know your way around a spreadsheet, this could be a great role for you!
You will take the lead to provide excellent customer service to Ramblers groups – supporting volunteers to get started or take the next steps on their volunteering journey. Whether you’re helping volunteers to access a new system, managing event bookings, or keeping records up to date – you will be an enthusiastic team-player, working together with colleagues to ensure that we’re providing the best experience possible for volunteers.
Essential requirements include:
Experience of admin and supporting a team to deliver projects
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
The ability to understand and resolve issues
Familiarity with a range of IT applications, and the ability to support others to use systems
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be our new Operations Support Officer, we’d love to hear from you!
Visit the Ramblers Website (Jobs Page) to find out more.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Closing date: 31st January 2022 at 11.30 pm
Are you an established Financial Control professional looking for the next step in your career? Do you want to work in a Finance team that makes a real difference? Do you want to work with one of the UK’s leading housing and homelessness charities? Join Shelter as Senior Financial Control Coordinator.
You will be part qualified in CCAB, CIMA or equivalent, looking to develop your expertise in financial control. You will also have:
- Excellent attention to detail, with a high level of numeracy and intermediate Excel skills.
- Strong time management skills, with the ability to balance multiple deadlines and changing priorities, prioritising work when required.
- Experience of using accounting software, such as Unit4 Business World or a comparable system.
- The ability and willingness to provide cover for the Financial Control Manager when required.
About the role and team
The Senior Financial Control Coordinator is an exciting new role designed to grow the team and support the development of a Financial Control professional. The post holder will be responsible for preparing quarterly VAT returns and will come with expert knowledge to support VAT compliance. The Senior Financial Control Coordinator will also lead on updating and monitoring the Fixed Asset Register and filing returns to external regulatory bodies such as the Charity Commission, Companies House and HMRC. It is crucial that the post holder can provide oversight of the calculation of accruals, prepayments, and other adjustments, posting these into the finance system.
Shelter’s Finance team prides itself on working collaboratively and with great communication. We work to ensure Shelter’s resources are safeguarded and to support decision making organisation wide. This secures our financial sustainability that will enable us to achieve our vision of a home for everyone.
A home is a fundamental human need, as essential as education or healthcare. Yet millions of people across Britain struggle on a daily basis with homelessness, bad housing conditions, soaring rents, discrimination and the threat of eviction. So, we are striving for change, with individuals, in communities, across society, and leading the way to a safe home. We need ambitious, best-in-class individuals who are passionate about our cause to join us at this exciting time. This is your chance to play a part in the fundamental change we are striving to achieve.
At Shelter we are united by our purpose to defend the right to a safe home. Our enemy is the social injustice at the core of the escalating housing emergency. We believe that to win that fight, we must be representative of the people we are here to help and those who support our movement for change. In all our people decisions, we take pride in being inclusive, fair, equitable and transparent.
We have committed to combat racism both within and outside Shelter and welcome you on our journey to becoming a truly anti-racist organisation.
We offer a wide range of benefits, including 30 days of annual leave, enhanced family friendly policies, pension and interest free travel loans. Our employees also have access to a tenancy deposit loan, payroll giving, cycle to work scheme and an employee assistance programme.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help. We’re here so no one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own.
To find out more about the role and the benefits of working for Shelter please visit our website. Apply to be part of our team and be the change you want to see in society.
Safeguarding is everyone's business. Shelter is committed to protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of those we support, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. All our staff will be expected to observe professional standards of behaviour and conduct their work in line with our Safeguarding Policies.
Shelter does not accept unsolicited CVs from external recruitment agencies nor accept the fees associated with them.
The RCR is a great place to work, with an ambitious agenda. At the forefront of the health agenda, our members diagnose and treat cancer, heart disease, stroke and more, while leading on innovations including AI, skills mix and community diagnostic hubs. As COVID-19 recedes and the cancer backlog rises up the agenda, our members’ work and views have never been more important.
This is an exciting part-time (5 half days Monday -Friday) opportunity for an assistant to contribute to a medical charity focussing on supporting doctors to deliver medical imaging and cancer services!
We are looking to recruit a Membership Operations Assistant to support the Membership teams work across the RCR. The successful applicant will support the day-to-day delivery of core membership functions. They will provide excellent administrative support through being the first point of contact for members and potential members through multiple communication channels. Working collaboratively with the Membership Operations Administrator to complete membership administration activities and respond to queries through the membership lifecycle.
This role will suit an organised individual who is a skilled multitasker who is able to deliver exceptional customer service ensuring that members are consistently receiving a memorable service. Furthermore, they will be responsible for ensuring the membership data integrity by completing data quality checks to deliver reliable and current data on our members as well as maintain and manager records in accordance with the RCR’s data protection policy and guidance.
You’ll be an enthusiastic team player, who understands the role of The College and the importance of the support you will provide, consistently delivering a brilliant service. Excellent interpersonal skills are necessary in the developing and building of effective working relationships with teams across The College.
We are looking for someone who is problem solving and solution focused to come and join us in the Membership Operations Assistant role. To be successful you will have a good understanding of the administrative process, systems, and procedures. You will be a clear and analytical thinking who maintains a high level of accuracy, with excellent writing and presentation skills.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Royal Society is the independent scientific academy of the UK dedicated to promoting excellence in science. Our Grants team manage a range of fellowship and grants programmes which provide research funding support for high calibre scientists in the UK and overseas to conduct curiosity-led research.
It is an exciting time to join the Royal Society’s Grants team as it expands to meet the needs of an evolving research funding landscape. We are looking for an exceptional and highly motivated individual to work within the Grant Operations team to play a key role in the monitoring and improvement of the Grants Section’s delivery of its activities to ensure they best support the work of the exceptional scientists funded in the Society’s grant portfolio of over £100m per year.
Working with multiple stakeholders, including Royal Society Fellows, to implement organisational and sector good practice, this role will manage a programme of improvement and evolution to assure the effective application of agreed policies and positions within Grants’ business processes and systems.
You will use management information mechanisms to monitor and identify opportunities to strengthen business processes and, working with the entire team, manage improvement activity across Grants to ensure that activity is delivered to a consistently high standard.
This is an exciting opportunity to support the Royal Society’s grant-making activity and to work as part of a dynamic and passionate team.
Reports to: Senior Manager, Grant Operations
Pay band: D
Hours: Full time, 35 hours a week
Location: Remote and minimum 2 days per week at Carlton House Terrace, London
Closing date - 13 February 2022 at 23:59
Interviews will be held on the 22-24 February 2022
During COVID-19 our employees have been working mostly remotely, but we are now transitioning to a hybrid pattern of working in the office and remotely for some roles, and will be happy to discuss working patterns with candidates. Candidates considering applying should note that working outside of the UK is not permitted as part of our flexible working approach and travel from home to the London office will be at their personal expense regardless of location. With a fantastic historic central London office near St James’ Park, we hope to find an inclusive working arrangement that suits candidates. Under the UK Government’s Points Based System, this role does not meet the criteria to be sponsored by The Royal Society for a Skilled Worker Route application.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for a Rehoming & Welfare Co-ordinator to lead a care group within the dog rehoming team, ensuring the best possible outcomes for dogs in Battersea’s care whilst providing the highest standard of husbandry and hygiene. Both full-time and part-time working hours will be considered.
Battersea is here for every dog and cat and has been since 1860. We are a leading animal welfare charity and over the last 160 years we’ve grown from one home in London to three rescuing and rehoming centres across the South East. With c500 staff and 1000 volunteers, we have cared for over three million vulnerable animals We also campaign tirelessly to make things better for dogs and cats; sharing our expertise and educating the public and policymakers about responsible pet ownership. Join us and make a difference for every dog and cat.
Our Operations Team
This role sits within the Operations Directorate, which is responsible for delivering the highest standards of animal welfare and care for every dog and cat in their journey through Battersea, from reception, to intake, to assessment and then to rehoming.
What we can offer you
Our dedicated people mean that we can be here for every dog and cat. Whether you are sharing an office with our dogs or directly caring for our cats, our animals show their appreciation every day. There is no better reward than seeing the difference you make to the lives of our dogs and cats first-hand; although we also provide a wide range of employee benefits, including:
- 28 days of annual leave (plus 8 days paid public holidays) per year
- Generous pension contributions – up to 10% employer contribution
- Free healthcare cash plan, where you can claim for a range of treatment including dental (£100), optical (£100), physiotherapy, chiropody and acupuncture (£325) every year
- Annual interest-free season ticket loans
- Discounted gym memberships and cycle to work schemes
- Life insurance
During the recent Coronavirus restrictions, our animal-facing staff have continued to work on site and our office based staff have been working from home. We are currently piloting a hybrid working model for our office-based staff to split their time between site based and home working. We believe this will support office-based staff to maintain the benefits of home working, while allowing for collaboration and interaction with our animal-facing staff and maintaining a connection to our cause.
As this role works directly with our animals on site, you’ll need to spend the whole of your working time on site with occasional opportunities for home working.
So, if you are passionate about dogs, cats and about our work, then we’d like to hear from you.
We are committed to providing equality of opportunity and valuing diversity for all current and prospective staff, volunteers and Trustees. We aim to ensure that this commitment, reinforced by our values, is embedded in our day-to-day working practices and our work together. We would particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic and disabled candidates, who are currently under-represented at Battersea.
Closing date: Sunday 06 February 2022
Interview date: Tuesday 15 February 2022
Practical assessment date: Tuesday 22 February 2022
For full details, please download our recruitment pack. To apply, click the button below. All applications must be submitted before the closing date advertised; we reserve the right to close the vacancy early if a high volume of applications is received.
You’ll be an inspiring leader who can build and develop a People Operations team that can scale and support the company as it grows. Following a period of change, GOSH Charity has an exciting new strategy with people at its heart. You’ll review our internal systems and processes, being both challenging as well as supportive to ensure excellent levels of service.
Overseeing the tools and systems used in the team, you’ll develop a People Team Dashboard to track key People metrics and measure improvement and progress. You’ll be confident handling complex and difficult situations with thought and consideration. Following a period of change, GOSH Charity has an exciting new strategy with people at its heart. We’re focused on continuous improvement and ensuring every employee has the best experience in order to deliver on our ambitious goals for seriously ill children.
About the Team
As leader of our People Operations Team, you’ll report to the Deputy Director of People and manage a team of coordinators and an administrator. You’ll work closely with your colleagues the People Business Partners, L&D Specialist and EDI & Wellbeing Specialist to understand business needs of colleagues across the charity and develop solutions to offer a best in class HR service.
You’ll have a background in operations-focussed HR, and be happy working independently taking on both the strategic and the practical side of the HR services function. With both technical knowledge and ability to coach & influence real change, you’ll be an inspiring leader who can translate high level objectives into action.
The ideal candidate will also have experience in the following areas:
- Working with an integrated HRIS and payroll (Cascade preferred, but not essential) with a focus on continuous improvement
- Policy and process review, redesign and implementation
- Recruitment, onboarding and induction
- People metrics and KPIs for communication to a broad range of audiences
About the Charity
Every day brings new challenges at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Every day, over 600 seriously ill children from across the UK arrive for life-changing treatments. Every day, young lives hang in the balance as patients, families and staff battle the most complex illnesses. And every day, the brightest minds come together to achieve pioneering medical breakthroughs that change the lives of thousands of children – and change the world. This extraordinary hospital has always depended on charitable support to give seriously ill children the best chance to fulfil their potential. Without donations, Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity can’t help fund ground-breaking research, advanced equipment, child and family support services, and the rebuilding and refurbishment of wards and medical facilities. Our staff help to raise these vital funds for the hospital. A better future for seriously ill
children starts with you.
Recently awarded with a ‘Best Companies 2-star accreditation' and placed number 17 on the 2019 Sunday Times Best 100 Not-for-Profit Companies list - we offer a range of attractive benefits including; a flexible approach to working, 30 days holiday, life assurance, enhanced employer pension contributions, and a discounted season ticket loan.
Our Commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
We recognise that people from some backgrounds are under-represented in our workforce and across the wider Charity sector. In April 2021 we launched our ambitious three-year EDI strategy committing to becoming a more inclusive workforce, reflecting the diverse communities that we work with and for and demonstrating this through all our areas of work.
A more diverse workforce will enable us to deliver even more impact and we particularly encourage applications from communities which are under-represented in the charity. This includes people from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority backgrounds, people with a disability, people who are LGBT+ or who are from less advantaged socioeconomic groups.
Further information on our EDI strategy can be found on our website.
Our approach to hybrid working
This role is based in our Central London office (WC1N, opposite Russell Square underground) with the option to work remotely up to three days a week.
Please refer to the full job description below for more information.
How to Apply
Please click on the apply button in the top right-hand corner where you will be taken to a short application form to complete. You are encouraged to include a cover letter with your application, and should refer to the 'GOSH Charity Information Pack' on the Careers page of our website before you apply.
Closing date: Midnight on 25th January.
Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis and we reserve the right to close the role prior to the closing date, should a suitable applicant be found. Therefore, you are encouraged to apply right away, to avoid disappointment.
Ref: 106 003
Head of Human Resources & Operations
Location: London- Hybrid
Permanent, Full time: 28- 35 hours per week (negotiable)
Salary: Up to £55,000 plus excellent benefits
Benefits: 35 days holiday (pro rata), 11% employer pension contribution, hybrid working and employee assistance scheme.
We have an exciting opportunity to join the Senior Management Team (SMT) of a dynamic and growing children's charity as Head of Human Resources & Operations.
The Catholic Children's Society (CCS) is a leading provider of mental health services for schools across London and the Southeast. CCS also provides family support and early years education. Their mission is to help those in need overcome the challenges they face, achieve their potential and have better chances in life. This rewarding role will support the next phase of their development which requires someone with a strong background in HR, reporting to the CEO. CCS is an inclusive employer and there is no requirement for the postholder to be Catholic.
About the role:
As Head of Human Resources & Operations, you will work closely with the SMT as the most senior HR professional, providing strategic and operational advice and support to the organisation on all people related practices. You will be motivated by the mission of CCS and manage all health and safety matters, as well as lead the ongoing digital development of the organisation.
- Manage and review all HR policies and provide leadership towards change. Develop relevant structures and processes to maximise organisational effectiveness.
- Work with the charity's School Counselling Admin & HR Coordinator, as well as Service Managers, to recruit counsellors and therapists to work in schools. Manage recruitment needs across the organisation and champion the profile of CCS amongst multiple stakeholders.
- Collaborate with the Remuneration Committee and SMT to create processes for pay reviews and staff remuneration, as well as performance management systems to address any issues or concerns.
- You will receive training to ensure all CCS office space, centres and sites comply with statutory regulations relating to health and safety. You will motivate all staff leads to encourage their teams to adhere to the company standard.
- Manage IT and digital developments across the organisation (including Sage HR, Salesforce CRM and Office 365).
We are looking for someone with a passion for making a difference to support the charity organisational goals and business needs. You will be a strategic, people and operations individual with a strong skill set to support the charities ongoing growth.
How to apply:
We are looking for someone to start in March 2022. Please send through your CV on time to avoid disappointment to Kate Headford.
Closing Date: Friday 4th February at 12noon
First stage Interviews: Friday 11th February
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.
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