Resource and Deployment Manager - Tax
Responsibilities of the role;
Lead, manage and promote the resourcing model across a number of different teams and locations.
Day to day deployment of staff to projects/assignments, managing resourcing conflicts and priorities and balancing the needs of the business with the needs of individuals.
Understand the implication of profitability, engagement, agility and retention goals and the impact on resourcing decisions
Support the Leadership team in providing direction around strategic resourcing priorities which include people, recruiting, training, mobility, agility, ways of working, workload balance.
A trusted advisor to the business and known as the subject matter expert (SME) around resource management.
Provide accurate and commercially focused management information (MI) to identify trends and key risks.
Support the business effectively to deliver on their revenue target
Engage and promote the use of key resourcing systems and work closely with the wider Resource Management community to implement new technologies and best practice.
Ensure staff and managers are deployed on jobs based on skills, capacity and aspirations.
Maintain open, honest and ongoing relationships with staff and client group through effective engagement and client management.
Work with key stakeholders to enhance and implement ways of working.
Provide proactive advice, input on conflict resolution, day-to-day resourcing requests, specials and/or other unanticipated assignments.
Improving agility by utilising people in our growth/strategic priority areas both within your immediate area and across the firm as a whole
The ability to build and maintain strong relationships across all levels, often on a remote basis is integral to the role.
Change management and an ability to challenge ways of working and drive through changes
Ability to leverage the support of the wider Resource Management and Operations teams.
Confident in communication both written and verbal.
Knowledge of headcount management, including coordinating between temps and contractors, HC/Workday and recruitment.
Motivated & self starter, able to work autonomously and in a somewhat ambiguous environment.
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