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Hours: 35hrs p/w
Days: Monday - Friday
Location: Flexible working - 50/50 split between home-working, and 175 St John Street, Farringdon
Place2Be are looking for a recruiter with experience and expertise in managing multiple recruitment campaigns to join a high performing, fast paced People Team.
As Place2Be’s Resourcing & Onboarding Officer you'll provide comprehensive recruitment and onboarding advice and support to the whole organisation, ensuring a consistent approach is applied to recruitment.
You will be the first point of contact for managers and prospective applicants and will provide professional advice on all matters concerning recruitment and onboarding across Place2Be. You will work closely with hiring managers to ensure they are equipped with the knowledge, skills and resources needed to recruit the best talent for their teams. Working closely with the Head of Resourcing and Talent, you will support Place2Be’s relationships with external recruitment suppliers so that we are able to recruit high quality talent in a timely and cost effective way.
Who we're looking for:
The successful candidate will have solid recruitment advertising experience, with a proven track record of successfully working with managers to recruit.
You'll posses good working knowledge of using an ATS for recruitment, as a super/admin user (preferably Eploy ATS) . Were looking for someone who's also skilled at using excel. Pooling reports, producing KPI's will be a feature, so being able to use pivot tables, vlookups and other formulas will be a distinct advantage.
If you're ready to take the next step in your career and want to join a fast paced, dynamic but caring organsiation this is the role for you!
We're a friendly team of 5, who work hard, play hard and a joy to work with! We'll offer you lots of autonomy and the opportunity to contribute fresh ideas to help improve our current processes.
What will I be responsible for in my new role?
- act as the first point of contact for queries regarding our Applicant Tracking System, Eploy, ensuring candidates and managers receive a professional, high quality service and have a positive recruitment experience
- advise managers on the recruitment and selection cycle from advertising, shortlisting and interviewing in line with Place2Be’s recruitment policy, promoting equality and diversity at all times
- oversee the onboarding process and ensure that all contracts of employment, offer letters and other contractual paperwork comply with HR best practice and relevant employment legislation
- manage the onboarding process to ensure all pre-employment checks - DBS, eligibility to live and work in the UK, references, health declaration, qualifications, issuing contracts, booking training and induction are all completed in a timely manner in accordance to team KPI’s
- identify opportunities to use social media effectively to advertise and source candidates
- work with hiring managers in order to enhance their knowledge and skills which will include assisting in the delivery and development of recruitment workshops and training on the Applicant Tracking System
- promoting and advertising vacancies via Social Media platforms (LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other external job boards
- provide data reports against agreed resourcing measures within the organisation, including number of vacancies, time to hire, source of applicants etc.
Diversity and Inclusion
Place2Be is committed to equal opportunities and anti-discrimination practices and we positively encourage applications from all sections of the community. We are particularly interested in attracting applications from applicants from diverse backgrounds as they are underrepresented.
The successful candidate will have:
- first class experience of delivering excellent customer services to hiring managers
- solid recruitment advertising experience in house or agency, (previous experience recruiting for clinical roles such as Counsellors/Psychotherapists or NHS desirable)
- experience of job board advertising in particular sourcing candidates and advertising jobs on Indeed and other well know job boards
- advanced working knowledge of using an ATS for recruitment, either as a backend system administrator or super user (preferably using Eploy ATS , using others is also welcomed)
- a proven track record of successfully working with managers to recruit across all regions in the UK; London, Midlands, Wales. The North East, Scotland etc.
- experience of processing RTW, References (DBS/PVG desirable) and employment checks for new starters
- managing candidates onboarding experience, including booking candidates onto training and induction
- producing Recruitment reports and figures on such things as applications received, jobs advertised, jobs filled monthly
Interview Date: Wednesday 03rd February 2022 ZOOM Video Interview
Please feel free to visit our website if you have any questions about this role, or would like to speak to someone.
In return we offer you a range of fantastic benefits including:
- Enhanced Annual Leave entitlement
- Robust Learning and Development Programme
- Contributory Pension Scheme
- Life Assurance, 4x Annual Salary
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Mobile Phone Discounts (EE Network)
- Cycle purchase and season ticket loan schemes
- Extended Maternity/Paternity Pay
If you share our core values of perseverance, integrity, compassion and creativity and have the counselling skills and patience to support some of the UK’s most vulnerable young people and families, we would love you to join us. It’s sensitive and demanding work – but hugely rewarding and fulfilling - you will be helping to give young people a brighter future.
Please view/download the full Job Description and Person Specification on our website for further details.
Energize is our first-class online resource used by 1,400 Christian groups. It enables thousands of leaders to run fun, faith-filled sessions with their children and young people by providing programme content, activity ideas, and personal development resources. The successful applicant will be a key part of the team ensuring Energize continues to offer resources that help young people engage with the Christian faith in ways that are relevant to them and support leaders. The successful applicant will also play a central role in helping us develop new physical and digital resources.
The overall purpose of the role is to maintain and develop high-quality, relevant, exciting resources for those working with children and young people aged 3 to 15+ of all faith levels and provide the very best support for prospective and existing customers.
Salary: £28,472 pro-rata per year FTE
Hours: Five days a week (37.5 hours). Flexible working hours available. Open to job-share.
Location: Home-based, with a requirement to attend in-person termly team meetings and gatherings.
When joining Urban Saints, you’ll enjoy benefits including:
- 25 days holiday (pro-rata) plus bank holidays (pro-rata)
- Pension scheme – For eligible workers, we contribute 6% of gross salary to the Urban Saints pension scheme.
- Life assurance – you will receive life assurance cover to the value of four times your annual pensionable salary.
- Flexible working – we offer flexible working arrangements to optimise work/life balance.
- Volunteering days – you will have an opportunity to volunteer for one of our events or a similar charity of choice for up to eight days (pro-rata).
We highly value a diverse and inclusive team and are committed to an equitable work environment where every person is set up to thrive. Having a diverse workforce allows us to benefit from a variety of perspectives and give us strength in the work that we do. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
For further information and to apply, please visit our website.
The closing date for applications is 20th February 2022. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and applicants invited to interview as appropriate. This post is suitable for job-share and we would welcome applications from those who may be interested in this option.
No agencies, please.
Eligibility to work in the UK
Please note that Urban Saints is unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to remain and work in the UK.
The role involves curating and editing Christian resources in a culture of prayer, worship, the study of the Bible, and mutual spiritual support, so there is a genuine occupational requirement under Part 1 of Schedule 9 to the Equality Act 2010 for the applicant to be a committed Christian with an active faith.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Experienced and proactive candidate sought for General Manager role at Danaher Animal Home, an independent Essex/Suffolk-based animal charity with a turnover of c£800,000pa. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape our charity’s future strategy and policy, ensuring we have the systems and skills in place to fulfill our missions and goals of delivering excellence in animal rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming.
The ideal candidate will bring fresh ideas and impetus to help the charity respond to today’s challenges; to include increasing income generation, management oversight of our retail shops, education/community outreach programme, partnership development and overall brand awareness. Experience in some/all of these areas would be an advantage, although not essential.
We are looking for someone who will work alongside our existing teams, reporting to (and working with) our Board of Trustees. Strong leadership, day-to-day management and financial skills, understanding of compliance, capital projects, Governance and HR processes, good organisational ability, excellent communications, interpersonal and negotiation skills will be required; together with a flexible approach in responding to the everyday challenges of running a charity.
The successful candidate will work with the Board of Trustees to help identify a strong pathway which secures Danaher’s existing reputation as a respected and well-known animal rehoming centre (especially with organisations such as the RSPCA and local councils), while also securing its independent financial future.
It is anticipated that additional team appointments maybe also required and the Board will look to the new incumbent to take a proactive role in identifying both these areas and the employee structure required for the future.
Location: Wethersfield, Essex (Potential for flexible/remote working, although a minimum of 3 days a week on site required)
Salary: £45,000-£50,000 (depending on experience)
Closing date: February 11 2022
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
Note: While Danaher Animal Home is affiliated to the RSPCA, it operates independently and is responsible for its own governance and management. It receives no financial support from the RSPCA or any other body.
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.
CHEM Trust is looking for a Finance and Resources Manager to become an important new member of our team.
We are a small, dynamic charity with a big impact, working to protect humans and wildlife from harmful chemicals by working for strong regulation of the most hazardous chemicals. We focus particularly on EU policy & regulation and on the UK’s post-Brexit regulatory system.
We are bringing finance in-house and this new role is vital in ensuring that our finances are run effectively, our funders receive the information they need, and the team members are well supported in delivering their roles.
The Board of Trustees is active and engaged and CHEM Trust is signed up to the Charity Commission’s code of Governance for small charities. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates, as they are currently under-represented in the UK charity sector.
You will work with the Trustees, Executive Director and Senior Leaders to ensure efficient and effective financial management, overseeing day- to-day financial management and providing financial reports to funders.
You will also work with the team to ensure CHEM Trust fulfils its legal and regulatory requirements, including coordinating the implementation of health and safety, GDPR and other policies and procedures and leading on human resources support.
Note that specialist HR advice and support is provided to CHEM Trust by an external contractor, and IT is currently managed by the Executive Director.
The role reports to the Head of Advocacy.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
- Ensure the day-to-day financial and accounting operations are delivered.
- Take responsibility for budget planning, monitoring and review and year-end accounts process.
- Manage day-to-day online banking and cash management.
- Support the development of CHEM Trust’s strategy, including providing financial projections and conducting risk analysis.
- Develop detailed fundraising proposal budgets and financial reports for funders with the team.
- Ensure effective day-to-day management of HR, Health & Safety, insurance and data protection.
- Ensure financial, HR and data protection policies and procedures comply with relevant legislation/regulations, reflect best practice and are applied throughout CHEM Trust.
- Ensure regular risk assessment of office and home workspaces.
- Assist in management of IT equipment, software and contracts.
Holiday: 28 working days per annum in addition to the normal public holidays and the days between Christmas and New Year (pro rata).
Location: London or homeworking with occasional visits to the London co-working office.
Please apply with a CV (max 2 sides of A4) and covering letter (max 3 sides of A4) setting out how you meet the person specification in the Job Description.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Prospectus is pleased to be working with The Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) to recruit a Human Resources Manager. RUSI is a research-led institute, producing independent, practical and innovative analysis to address today's complex challenges and are the world's oldest independent defence and security think tank.
Please note this role is being offered on a 1 year fixed term contract as it is maternity cover.
As the Human Resources Manager, you will provide customer focused/business driven HR support to employees as well as provide all aspects of HR support from recruitment through to submission of payroll information, employment checks, issuing offers and contracts, updating policies and guidelines, advising and managing all aspects of employee lifecycle. As part of this role you will also provide guidance on employee relations issues and will act as the first point of contact in relation to all internal and external HR related enquires.
The successful candidate will have previous experience of working within a high-volume HR environment, supporting recruitment, admin and payroll. You will be a confident user of HR systems and have the ability to manage multiple priorities and liaise with stakeholders at all levels. Initiative, attention to detail and strong organisational skills are key to this post as is employee relations experience.
Due to the nature of this post, you will need to be available to start during March 2022.
As a specialist Recruitment Practice we are committed to building inclusive and diverse organisations, and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We invest in your journey as a candidate and are committed to supporting you in your application.
In order to apply, simply submit your CV. Should your experience be suitable, we will send you the full job description and arrange for a call to assess your suitability and discuss the role further. Please note that the role may close earlier than the date advertised.
Are you a professional manager committed to people and property? Methodist Ministers’ Housing Society (‘MMHS’) is a long-established charity that looks after housing and housing-related needs of retired Methodist Ministers of limited means. MMHS is looking for an enthusiastic, empathetic and organised person to provide residential property expertise across its nationwide portfolio of 900+ residential properties.
Working for a charity like MMHS is rewarding at several levels. You will be based at well-equipped offices in a pleasant part of London. You will be looking after an immensely varied portfolio. You will be interacting with tenants who, even in their retirement, continue to engage with their communities and work for change in various areas of social concern.
Maintenance & Repair Manager.
£35,000-£45,000pa (depending on experience) + generous pension and other excellent benefits.
Full-time, permanent. Part of the MMHS property team.
Office, home-based and on-site. Travel across the UK.
Provide a high standard, sensitive, efficient, and cost-effective maintenance and repair service to all tenants of MMHS – either direct from internal team or via outsourced contractors and agencies.
Ensure properties are maintained to a good standard in line with MMHS standards and within overall budgetary requirements.
Ensure all contractors, suppliers and agents meet their contractual commitments assisted by benchmarking and KPIs.
Conduct a hands-on operation involving not only management of resources but also analysis of data and communication of information to board level.
Manage the maintenance process of properties to ensure they are fit for purpose and compliant with legislation and health and safety standards.
Manage the competitive selection and performance of contractors, suppliers and agents to ensure value for money and accuracy of service delivery.
Extensive experience of people management and maintenance management in a housing environment.
Detailed understanding of domestic construction techniques, building regulations, gas and electrical regulations and EPC certification.
Developed IT skills, an understanding of older people’s needs and being sympathetic to the Christian faith.
An application should comprise CV and a brief covering letter setting out why you feel you are suited to the role. Closing Date: 4 February 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Locality is a national network supporting community organisations to be strong and successful. This is our reason for being, but to support others Locality itself needs to be a strong and successful organisation.
We are looking for a Human Resources and Office Manager, be based in our office in Shoreditch.
This role is within the Corporate Services Team. You will be managing the full HR cycle and providing ad hoc advice for our community based members. You will also provide facilities and health and safety management for our Corsham Street Office, supported by the receptionist and external contractors. This includes overseeing the ITC support contract.
You will have strong human resources and contract management experience and experience in facilities management is desirable. You should be self-managing, well organised, great at planning and prioritising, and give great customer service to our fantastic staff team.
You will have:
- Significant experience in managing the HR cycle
- Strong contract management experience
- Experience in office health and safety and building compliance, with experience of facilities management is desirable
- Experience in managing staff or volunteers
- Be self-managing, well organised, able to plan and prioritise and work well under pressure.
- Be able to demonstrate initiative and confident decision-making ability
- Have a good understanding of technical equipment and a willingness to learn about new technologies
- Have strong contract management and negotiation skills for a range of external contractors
- Be able to set and manage budgets
- be customer service focused
This is a varied and interesting role for someone who enjoys being at the heart of the organisation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Head of Operations & Resources (Finance & Resources Team)
Location: Central London (with hybrid/home-based working).
Please note that in response to Covid-19, most staff are currently working from home until the end of the year, with core staff working reduced hours in office as required. A return to a new office in early 2022 will be subject to review and assessment nearer the time.
Job Summary: We’re looking for a Head of Operations & Resources to be responsible for our daily operations and. This is a new role and you will have oversight and responsibility of our daily operations, ensuring that our infrastructure, systems and processes all work smoothly and enable us to work effectively towards our vision and operations plans. You will act as a champion for our positive team culture, model inclusion and equality, and will support the Senior Leadership team and managers, allowing the organisation to thrive and develop as we transition into the next chapter of our exciting journey. You will help to develop, motivate and retain the team at our organisation through your oversight of all Human Resources related activities, safety, operational function including the technology and tools we need to do our job effectively and the data we hold and process. You will also ensure efficient operation in our daily financial processes, working closely with the finance team.
You will be a highly relational, proactive, self-starting leader who shares our commitment to helping people living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities, by ending the suffering caused by disasters, poverty and injustice. We want you to be comfortable with our faith-based values and relate warmly and professionally to a wide range of networks, cultures and organisations.
You will be entrusted with key decision-making and contract management with service providers. You’ll work with the whole staff team, as part of the Finance and Resources Team. You’ll have relevant experience of operational, financial and people management and processes, and show a journey of professional development and learning. You will be an articulate communicator with an ability to share and embed strategy into operational function and understanding. You will have the unique opportunity to understand and be part of the work and impact of two great charities working together as one operational organisation.
If this sounds like a role in which you would like to serve and flourish, we’d love to hear from you. Please complete the application form, demonstrating how you would fulfil the Job Description and return it to us by Friday 28 January 2022 at 12:00 pm.
Salary: £52,000 per annum
Term of appointment: Permanent
N.B.: You must have the right to live and work in the UK to be considered for this role.
Application Instructions: Please read the full Job Description and complete the Application Form. All applications should be sent by email to All We Can (see our website Jobs Page for further details) and must be received no later than midday on Friday 28 January 2022.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
If you are an experienced recruitment coordinator looking for a new and exciting opportunity where you can broaden you skills in a new setting, then this could be the perfect role for you!
We are seeking an individual to join our Talent and Acquisition Team as a Resourcing Officer, playing a critical role in the delivery of a wide range of comprehensive recruitment services across the Alan Turing Institute.
As a key member of the team and utilising your customer focussed approach, you will be the first point of contact for hiring managers and candidates alike, managing a diverse range of queries whilst offering support, advice and guidance around recruitment policy and procedure, best practice, job descriptions, salary negotiations and immigration.
Showcasing your organisational and methodical skills, you will manage the day-to-day recruitment administration and ensure the smooth running of recruitment campaigns, delivering a timely, and efficient recruitment service to applicants and potential candidates.
As a Resourcing Officer, you will:
- Manage the end-to-end recruitment and selection cycle, from approval to posting job adverts on the company website and external publications.
- Oversee the interview process ensuring information is circulated in a fashion time
- Manage the candidate experience from job queries to offer stage, ensuring offer letters and contracts are issued correctly and promptly.
- Support with Visas and Immigration queries and administration to support certificate of sponsorships (CoS).
- Support the team with the delivery of hoc project work
To succeed in this role you will have:
- A professional qualification or equivalent previous working experience in in House Recruitment with previous experience gained within a similar role or a more generalist HR role.
- The ability to communicate clearly and accurately with a wide range of stakeholders, from peers to Programme Directors, providing guidance on best recruitment practice.
- The ability to work as a proactive and collaborative member of the team, providing support and encouragement to less experienced team members, with a flexible approach to delivering team results.
- The ability to prioritise and to deliver at highest standards of customer care & best practice and ensuring the best possible candidate and stakeholder experience.
- A collaborative approach and passion for recruitment complete this profile
Please see the job description for a full breakdown of the duties and responsibilities as well as the person specification.
What can we offer you?
- A competitive salary of £34,510.
- 30 days’ holiday per annum, in addition to bank holidays.
- Pension scheme and life insurance.
- Health benefits, such as private medical insurance
- Travel and retail benefits
- Flexible working and family friendly policies
Terms and Conditions
This full time post is offered on a 12 month fixed term basis . Further details of our excellent benefits can be found on our portal.
The Alan Turing Institute is based at the British Library, in the heart of London’s Knowledge Quarter.
In line with current Government guidance, most of our organisation is currently working remotely. When Government guidance changes, we will trial a Hybrid Working Model for an initial six-month trial period. During this period, staff will be expected to work at our British Library office for a number of days per month, dependent on the requirements of the role. As a guide, we anticipate this will be between 2-4 days per month, but the hiring manager will be able to confirm this during the interview.
Please see our jobs portal for full details on how to apply and the interview process.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The purpose of the role is to enable Together Co, as a whole, to run smoothly and effectively by delivering, overseeing and developing finance, HR, IT and office support systems and processes that meet data protection and other legal requirements.This will be done by providing secretariat to the Board and its sub-groups; and by supporting high-quality business planning and decision-making by the Board, Chief Executive Officer and other members of the senior team.
You will have a minimum AAT level 4 accounting qualification and be able to demonstrate a good understanding and practical experience of charity accounting, including reporting to HMRC. You will be confident in using appropriate IT (notably Excel, accounting software – such as Quickbooks / IRIS – and MS Office applications) in support of effective financial and administrative management and you will understand the challenges and risks that face small organisations in delivering day-to-day administrative processes and office systems.
• To contribute to the on-going financial health of Together Co by maintaining timely and accurate accounts, including:
− Overseeing accurate recording of income and expenditure, assets and liabilities, using Quickbooks software;
− Preparing salaries and pensions auto-enrolment using IRIS payroll software;
− Preparing accurate and timely reports to funders, in collaboration with relevant service colleagues;
− Filing required reports and returns to Companies House, the Charity Commission and HMRC;
− Carrying out cashflow forecasts and appropriate bank and other reconciliations;
− Preparing quarterly management accounts and forecasts;
− Preparing end of year accounts ready for examination or audit;
− Liaising with Together Co’s external examiner and interpreting SORP regulations.
• To support the Board in its strategic decision-making by providing robust, reliable advice and information across the Board’s responsibilities, including:
− Working with colleagues, to prepare budgets for new and existing services and monitoring spend against those budgets;
− Making timely financial information available to the Trustees, the Chief Executive and other members of the senior team, as required;
− Providing secretariat to the Board and its sub-groups, as appropriate, organising meetings (including the AGM), circulating papers and taking minutes in line with governing documents;
− Ensuring that Together Co’s governance arrangements meet the requirements of company law, charity law, reporting and public accountability.
• To act as a central hub for the coordination, planning and effective delivery of Together Co’s HR, IT and administrative requirements, including:
− Working with Together Co’s HR contractor to ensure that information is shared and tasks carried out effectively and that Together Co remains compliant with employment and health and safety law;
− Keeping resourcing requirements for IT, phones and other office equipment under review and recommending investment as appropriate;
− Managing contracts for delivery of central services, including bookkeeping, HR, IT and premises;
− Maintaining and developing Together Co’s risk register, business continuity plan and other controls; ensuring data protection practices are aligned with legal requirements;
− Working with Befriending Administration and Data Officer and with office volunteers, as appropriate, to ensure that they provide timely, flexible and pro-active administrative support to Together Co as a whole;
− Collaborating with colleagues to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the operation of administrative and office systems.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced International Resourcing Advisor to join the Amnesty Resourcing Team. Working across the board, you will be exposed to a variety of interesting roles and will be an advocate for Amnesty International's Anti-Racism strategy.
The International Resourcing Advisor will meet Amnesty International's strategic and reactive international staffing needs by proactively planning and strategizing end-to-end recruitment for all programme areas. You will provide policy informed recruitment advice, guidance, and best practice training to the organization. Working as part of the International Resourcing Team, you will offer high quality sourcing, attraction, assessment design and recruitment delivery service.
- Proactively support all business areas with their hiring needs; high volume recruitment, generally working with volumes of approx. 50 - 60+ active roles at any given time
- Undertaking initial briefings and working closely with hiring managers to understand requirements and context of the hire, using this to plan approach and timeline for the recruitment exercise sharing best practice with hiring managers
- Implementing new practices and tools for the recruitment process and ATS system
- Planning and completing strategic projects including an anti-racism agenda to ensure constant improvements are made to the process, and ensuring the team are aligned with the overall agenda of the AIS
- Build a sound understanding of the areas, and regions, of work of all programme areas and the staff and managers employed within, to better understand the contextual issues and advise on best sourcing approaches. Build a strong collaborative relationship with HR colleagues and support relevant Business Partners in a responsive and proactive manner to ensure a joined-up approach
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
- The successful post holder must have recent experience of working as a busy Recruiter, in a complex organization, ideally multi-site, matrix management and/or international
- Prior experience of implementing new recruitment tools
- Experience and willingness to own end to end recruitment activity for assigned business areas
- Experience of operating within a complex policy framework, ideally in a unionised environment, and advising upon best practice approach when balancing internal policy, precedent and legislation
- Experience of successful networking for hiring, and competitor mapping
- Expert/superuser level experience in online recruitment management systems
Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 10 million people who campaign for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all. We reach almost every country in the world.
Our aim is simple: an end to human rights abuses. Independent, international and influential, we campaign for justice, fairness, freedom and truth wherever they're denied. And whether we're applying pressure through powerful research or direct lobbying, mass demonstrations or online campaigning, we're all inspired by hope for a better world. One where human rights are respected and protected by everyone, everywhere.
At Amnesty International, we are passionate about what we do and we are proud of our achievements as a movement. To compensate our employees for the critical work they do, we reward them through a combination of an attractive and sector competitive salary and benefits package, high levels of engagement and involvement, and a commitment to employee development.
Benefits include 37 days annual leave (inclusive of public holidays and grace days), pension scheme, employee assistance programme, life assurance and many more benefits designed to suit your own personal lifestyle. All of this, in a professional, engaging environment.
For further information on our benefits, please visit
WHAT WE HOPE YOU WILL DO NEXT
If you are talented, passionate about human rights and want to use your skills, knowledge and experience to change the world then we would encourage you to click 'Apply for this Role' below.
Freedom, Justice, Equality. Let's get to work.
N.B. We reserve the right to close a vacancy before the closing date in the event of an overwhelming response or a change in business priorities.
The successful candidate will need to be able to switch easily between problem solving and strategic thinking, a confident decision maker and able to manage multiple projects and tasks concurrently.
You will need a ‘can do’ attitude and to be a ‘completer-finisher'. Responsible for ensuring the financial wellbeing of Chance UK, you will oversee organisational budgets, management accounts and long-term financial planning, as well as supporting staff through managing our people and equality, diversity and inclusion strategies. You will need to be comfortable with operating under and supporting staff to work within regulatory guidance for data protection and health and safety.
You will need to lead by example, modelling the organisation's values and approaches with internal and external stakeholders. The role will need to provide direction and manage the resources and administrative teams and support the teams through organisational development and change.
We are committed to developing the organisations people’s policies and processes and creating an open, responsive, inclusive working culture for everyone who works at Chance UK.
Duties and responsibilities
The role has a wide range of duties and responsibilities across a number of resourcing areas including:
Finance, Human Resources, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Data Protection and GDPR, IT, Premises and Health & Safety and Performance and Reporting.
- Ensure, in close co-operation with the Chief Executive and the Board, that an appropriate financial policy framework is in place to guide the charity’s financial decision making. In particular reviewing and maintaining appropriate policies for reserves, core cost recovery, and other areas of financial impact.
- Oversee and manage an external finance and accountancy consultancy to deliver effectively Chance UK’s financial management, accountancy and reporting needs including:
- Maintaining effective financial controls to a high standard
- Running payroll systems effectively
- Reporting regular financial information so that the SMT and managers can effectively monitor and manage budgets
- Producing the annual financial statements and completion of annual audit, in line with statutory and other legal requirements (e.g. SORP)
- Producing regular cash flow projections and management accounts for the CEO, SMT and the Board.
- Preparing Finance Committee papers on a quarterly basis
- Lead the annual finance planning processes in line with organisational planning cycles to ensure the development of a robust annual budget.
- Act as the main point of contact with HMRC, Companies House and the Charity Commission.
- Deliver the organisations people strategy
- Work with the CEO and SMT to continue to foster a positive organisational culture which delivers high quality work and where staff feel well supported and engaged
- Be accountable to SMT for the development and implementation of all HR policies and processes, ensuring that HR issues are adequately timetabled, discussed and represented at SMT meetings.
- Oversee the preparation of contracts and advise on performance related issues, using appropriate external assistance as necessary.
- Identify and evolve processes for staff appraisal and evaluation, and help to signpost and identify training and development opportunities to support staff development.
- Oversee the process of continual refining and improvement of recruitment, thorough induction and ongoing pastoral care practices for staff
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)
- Lead the delivery of Chance UK’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan across Chance UK.
- Provide support, advice and guidance to the staff team, SMT and the Board with regards to EDI development areas.
- Report to the SMT and the Board about organisational progress against the EDI action plan.
Data Protection and GDPR
- Oversee Chance UK’s data protection strategy and implementation. Making sure that the organisation is complying with all of its GDPR’s requirements.
- Ensure that all staff inside the organisation are trained and supported to handle and store data effectively and in line with all regulatory requirements.
- Keep across developments from the Information Commissioners Office and act as the main point of contact for the organisation with the commission and any other GDPR related queries
Premises and Health & Safety
- Ensure that the office environment is conducive to effective working for all staff, including developing with the SMT appropriate models of Hybrid working for Chance UK.
- Ensure all aspects of Health and Safety compliance are being managed and upheld in all of our operations.
- Understand the team technology needs and identify relevant and innovative equipment that can support those needs, for both personal and office use and effective Hybrid working.
- Take lead responsibility for the provision of IT and telecommunication services in liaison with
external service providers
- Manage and regularly review the contract with IT and Telecommunications service providers and manage any tendering processes for new providers
- Ensure that the current systems develop and support the delivery of a new strategy with diverse services.
Senior Management Team
- Work collaboratively and effectively with the Chief Executive Officer and other members of the Senior Management Team to ensure that Chance UK delivers across all of its strategic objectives.
- Effectively line manage members of the Resources and Administration team to ensure that the team provides high quality support across the organisation.
- Maintaining a watching brief for administrative issues that may have legal or other implications for the organisation.
Performance and Reporting
- Support the production of operational plans and key performance indicators, and ensure that measurement of our impact is fully reflected in our performance reporting.
- Continuously improve the way that the SMT monitor and report performance (both monthly and quarterly) and work closely with SMT colleagues to ensure that reporting to the Board is done in an appropriate and effective way.
Meeting the SMT (Informal Session): Wednesday 9th February
First Interviews: Monday 14th February
Second Interviews: 21st February
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
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.
Reporting to the Talent Acquisition Manager, this role is responsible for supporting the Business to win and deliver projects by proactively sourcing suitable contractors for specific project opportunities. It is anticipated that the role will be 70% bid/proposal resourcing and management and 30% active/current resourcing ie backfilling personnel who have resigned from projects that are currently live.
* Extensive experience of resourcing in an international development context
* Able to identify and source suitable candidates using a range of sources, in line with requirements communicated by the Business. Carry out a selection process in line with policies and guidelines
* Able to administer a database for comprehensive record keeping and retrieval
* Strong understanding of the due diligence process ensuring compliance with guidelines
* Able to build and maintain relationships with contractors
* Able to delegate as appropriate, ensuring that team members are well managed and supported