Are you an experienced Senior HR professional who is passionate about Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion?
Ashley Kate are recruiting a People Director working for a well known charity in Leicester. Salary £50k - £60k DOE.
This is a 3 month fixed term contract, potentially longer. FULL OR PART TIME consider.
The People Director will report to the Finance Director and work closely with the Chief Executive and Board. You will lead the People and Human Resources strategy of the company, which includes:
·Overseeing processes and policies to ensure that the organisation is a fair, equal, and safe place to work for all employees
·Providing strategic advice, guidance, and leadership on all aspects of recruitment, performance management, safeguarding and employment law
·Leading on EDI relating to all employment matters and playing a key role in embedding EDI across all people-based activities
Ensure all polices relating to Human Resources (including Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, Dignity at Work, and Speak Up) are regularly reviewed, embedded across the organisation
Lead on the creation and delivery of the organisations People and Human Resources Plan and the Equality Action Plan ensuring EDI is the centre of all activities
Liaise with the Senior Management Team, Trustees and colleagues to provide strategic counsel, advice and support on all people matters
Ensure EDI strategies are implemented across the organisations culture
Oversee the management of the HR team
You should have a proven background working in a senior management position in a HR department
You should have demonstrable experience of building and maintaining effective relationships with key stakeholders
You should show that you can lead and deliver a range of organisational development initiatives to meet organisational goals
You have experience of coaching and providing sound counsel to a range of people in line with industry best practice and employment law
You have previously dealt with cultural organisational change within an organisation
Skills and Knowledge -
You should have:
A thorough understanding and knowledge of employment legislation, GDPR and HR best practice
Detailed knowledge of best practice approaches to people management
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ideally you will be CIPD qualified or equivalent and be available to start immediately
If you are interested in making a real impact on the EDI of an organisation, and meet the criteria above, please apply now or get in touch to discuss the role in more detail!