HR Manager - Reward projects
This is an exciting opportunity for an HR Business Partner / Manager who has an interest in rolling out reward focussed projects to join a large Thames Valley based business.
The Reward programme is designed to reshape the way they reward their people and drive tangible improvements in employee engagement. The successful candidate will be required to deliver projects designed to improve the Reward Promise to the employees.
The Reward Project Manager/Programme Manager will work closely with the business unit HR teams, the central HR functions, Trade Union Partnership and other key stakeholders throughout the business and be required to:
- Manage the Reward and Pensions 3 year plan, ensuring project plans are up to date and dependencies and resource requirements are flagged as appropriate.
- Support the delivery of the Reward Projects, ensuring the solutions designed support the Reward Promise and Business Strategy.
- Work with Internal Communications to design an engaging communications strategy and reward brand to support the programme delivery.
- Build relationships with key stakeholders to support effective change and communications management in order to engage, align and inspire them to embrace the Reward transformation.
- Facilitate the management and delivery of programmes/projects to support the transformation of Reward.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a strong track record of successful delivery of HR related projects in a complex environment. You will have good knowledge of pay and benefits structures ideally with experience of working in Reward or Reward related functions and possess excellent communication and stakeholder management skills and be tenacious and delivery focussed. A strong generalist background in HR is desirable. You will be a strong communicator, who is used to delivering change programmes.
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.