HR Project Manager - Relocation
HR Project Manager – Relocation
Location: Central & East London
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract, Full-Time
Duration: 2-3 years
Salary: £45,000- 55,000 per annum
Start Date: November 2019
Interview Dates: 30th October or potentially 5th November if you are unable to make that date.
What can we tell you about this genuinely interesting opportunity?
Following a period of change and growth, our client now has an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Project Manager to join the organisation on a fixed term contract basis, driving the delivery of the strategic people priorities.
As HR Project Manager, you will be required to deliver the people elements of the move from 6 sites across London to a new site in East London in 2022. As part of the wider HR team, the HR Project Manager will support the development of effective project governance ensuring it is applied consistently and delivered successfully.
Working collaboratively with the wider HR team, you may from also be deployed to work across other projects to support delivery.
Why you should want to work here…
You will be joining a vibrant global centre for innovation with international reputation across a variety of creative areas. They have bold plans for the future, which include the completion of one of the most ambitious programmes of infrastructure investment in the sector, a bold new strategic vision and a dynamic People Strategy.
They offer generous leave, an attractive pension and a commitment to your continuing personal development and training in an environment that encourages excellence, creativity and diversity.
Who are we looking for?
You will bring experience of supporting relocation projects of all sizes and have experience of working in a large matrix structure, specifically working in a multi-layered HR team. You will have experience of working on similar large complex projects, and will be responsible for delivering key elements of the work streams including: organisational design, staff development, staff engagement and consultation, and staff well-being. You will be able to adapt your communication effectively to reach a diverse audience in an inclusive and accessible way, and understand the importance of doing so sensitively.