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International HR Operations Officer

Family for every child
Salary: £32-36,000 GBP pro rata salary at FTE 0.8 FTE (equivalent to £40-45,000 GBP full time)
Closing date
29 Jun 2022

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Not for Profit/Charity
Contract Type
Part Time
Job Type
HR Officer
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We are seeking an operationally focused International HR Officer to assume day to day responsibility for generalist HR support covering the full engagement life cycle including: global mobility; people processes, policies, systems, and reporting; employee relations, engagement, reward and benefits; as well as working with internal stakeholders and external providers to ensure the well-being needs of our global people resource are met. 

Reporting to the Head of Global HR & Operations, you will play a key role in supporting delivery of the overall people strategy and continuous improvement projects related to people initiatives.

You will be open-minded to change and to supporting the development, implementation and on-going maintenance of our people policy framework with an understanding of the complexities of global resourcing (staff, EOR, consultants and out-sourcing) and remote working in order to maximise effectiveness internationally; be able to shape initiatives that balance best practice with operational requirements, support our intercultural and diversity agenda and our ways of working.

You will be the first point of contact for internal and external payroll and benefit queries and ensure our payroll providers and employment partners receive the necessary data in good time for processing and reviewing payroll.

To be successful in this role, you will need to be accountable, super organised, detail oriented, results driven, efficient and capable of managing multiple tasks and meeting deadlines.  We are looking for someone who is able to analyse and disseminate data, with strong IT skills, excellent communication skills and who is not afraid to roll their sleeves up and get involved in administrative tasks.

You will be willing to work sometimes outside of designated working hours to allow for the collaboration with colleagues and members located in different international time zones. Excellent command of English (oral and written) is a must, but a working knowledge of Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic or French would be appreciated.

Salary will be determined based on experience and location with an appropriate cost of living adjustment against the UK salary scale where relevant.

Benefits include:

Pension - either matched contributions to UK Family for Every Child Aviva pension scheme (upto 7.5% after 3 months’ service) or an allowance for non-UK staff

Sick pay - full pay after 6mths service - until then max 3 days full pay then UK Statutory Sick Pay (or equivalent)

Flexible working including a range of working patterns e.g. condensed hours, split working days, annualised hours

Life assurance - 3 x annual salary paid on death

Reimbursement for eye tests and glasses

Global Employee Assistance Programme

Enhanced maternity and paternity pay (depending on location)

Study leave - 10 days per year (pro rata for part time staff)

Contribution to co-working space - 75% of costs, up to a maximum GBP £100 per month (or equivalent) (pro rata for part time staff)

Support towards internet costs - up to 75% of the cost for the days you are working from home (pro rata for part time staff)

Support towards office set up - up to GBP £75 for an office chair and GBP £150 for a desk (or equivalent) (permanent staff only)

Provision of IT equipment as required

Working hours:

Part time - 28 hours per week (FTE 0.8)

There is an expectation that regardless of time zone the job holder will need to work flexibly to support work with colleagues in different time zones.

Working pattern to be agreed on appointment.

Contract type:



Flexible, home based, within the country of residence of the candidate.

Whilst we welcome applications from candidates based in the following countries where we currently employ staff: UK, India, Kenya or South Africa, it is essential that the preferred candidate has strong practical knowledge and experience of current UK employment law and best practice approaches.

Family For Every Child does not support applications for working visas and there is no relocation support.  We require proof of entitlement to work within the country you are based - visa and/or passport - and we will need a signed declaration for tax and social security purposes in order to ensure we comply with local legislation.  

Depending on location we employ staff directly (through Family For Every Child, Family Alliance or Family for Every Child Trust New Zealand).  This will be determined based on the tax and or employment legislation within the country you are based. If the cost or mechanism of ensuring legitimate employment within your country of residence proves prohibitive, Family for Every Child reserves the right to withdraw your application from the selection process.

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