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HR Change Project Manager

Oakleaf Partnership
London, England
£800 - £1000 per day
Closing date
6 Jul 2022

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IT, Internet and New Media
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Type
Change Management
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Job Details

I am working with a British multinational conglomerate organisation in the search for an HR Change Project Manager with expertise in Reward and HR Systems for a 6-9 month outside of IR35 contract.

Reporting into the HR Director the HR Change Project Manager will act as project manager on several workstreams across a braid integration business side project. The deliverable include:

  • Organisational design - reviewing target operating model across the new organisation structure and reviewing where there is an opportunity to improve effectiveness.
  • Acting as the compensation and benefits SME on as part of their integration project. Lead on harmonisation of compensation and benefits framework.
  • HR Systems review - working with sponsors and senior stakeholders to ensure that their HR system meets the requirements of the business

The successful candidate will be a highly experienced HR change project manager with a reward and HR systems bias who is collaborative and able to build strong relationships across a diverse set of senior stakeholders and team members. Ability to drive the delivery in a hands on capacity will be key. Please get in touch or apply for more information or to be considered.


Oakleaf Partnership is the UK’s largest independent HR recruitment consultancy. Founded in 2005, we have built enduring relationships with HR functions across every sector; thanks in part to our expertise, but also our collaborative approach. We listen. We share our insights. We take the time to truly understand the culture of an organisation – the person behind a CV.

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