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HR Policy and Change Lead

Employer
Page Personnel
Location
North West London, England
Salary
£54000 - £60000 per annum + Location Allowance, Pension
Closing date
1 Apr 2024

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Sector
Public Sector
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Type
HR Manager

Job Details


An exciting opportunity to join the Metropolitan Police Operational Support Services division as a HR Policy and Change Lead, based in North West London.

Client Details

The Metropolitan Police Service (The Met) is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement and the prevention of crime within the ceremonial county of Greater London.

Today, the Met is made up of more than 47,000 officers and staff, including thousands of volunteers. With a budget of £4 billion it is the UK's largest police force. The territory served covers 620 square miles and is home to over 9 million people. The MPS has over 200 sites across 32 London boroughs.

The vision of the Met is to make London safe for everyone. They are radically changing to deliver high-quality policing services in a more efficient and cost-effective way, in line with the Mayor of London's Police and Crime Plan and the New Met for London Strategy.

Description

The HR Policy and Change Lead role is a key position and will sit within the MO11 Service Improvement, Performance and Innovation team.

This is an exciting time to join the team as you take the lead and be at the forefront of developing and implementing a cultural shift and organisational change.

You will be based on site in London, with travel across various Metropolitan Police sites as required.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Planning and implementing all components of our People Support offering including Wellbeing; Equality, Diversity & Inclusion; Learning & Development; Resourcing; People Analytics; Recognition & Reward
  • Implementing an optimum workforce model that we can track, measure and flex as required to adapt to changing service delivery needs
  • Ensuring that the MO11 People & Development team works seamlessly with corporate HR so that all parties understand roles and hand offs
  • Measuring the People Team SLAs to ensure the delivery of high quality processes and value add to our customers (MO11 staff)
  • Promoting the use of data to make decisions and plan for the future
  • Working collaboratively with operations whilst raising the profile of the People & Development output
  • Deputising for the Head of People & Development on a regular basis

Profile

The successful HR Policy and Change Lead will have extensive experience within a HR role that has particular focus around leading people through change and cultural development.

An extensive knowledge of HR Policy and Workforce Planning is essential along with an ability to build and develop relationships with stakeholders at all levels across a wide range of roles.

A demonstrable experience of applying an analytical approach to problems and generating insight to make sound data driven decisions would be beneficial.

Job Offer

Band B £54,000 - £60,000, including location allowance and non pensionable allowance

Company

Whether you’re looking to take your first step on the HR career ladder, or you’re seeking a fresh challenge in a new HR job - we’re here to help. Our specialist consultants know the HR market inside out and can help you to find the right role for your specific skills and requirements.

Here are just some of the job areas we specialise in:

  • HR administrators
  • HR officers
  • HR assistants
  • Payroll administrators
  • HR advisors
  • Learning & Development assistants
  • Training administrators
  • Organisational Development assistants
  • Recruitment assistants

We recruit permanent, temporary and contract HR jobs.

If you’re looking for a new position or are thinking of changing jobs, here are some reasons to choose Page Personnel Human Resources:

  • Dedicated, specialist consultants with strong industry knowledge
  • The expertise and resources of our extensive global network
  • A consultative approach to creating a successful placement
  • Advice and support at every step of your job search
     

Contact:
Barney Stupples
Barneystupples@pagepersonnel.co.uk
01932 264 154

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