Associate Director of People, Change and OD

Location Grantham
Discipline: Executive Search, HR
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £Salary commensurate with experience
Published: 4 days ago
​Homebased and Grantham – salary commensurate with experience (£68k - £74k)

We are working exclusively with a leading UK Charity who are looking for a Director of People, Change and OD to take on a major a people transformation piece.

You will join a thriving organisation that have embarked on a significant transformation programme affecting every part of the operation across the UK.

As well as heading up HR, you will also be responsible for leading strategic initiatives to enhance the overall effectiveness of the organisation through its people and improved processes.

Reporting into the Board, working closely with the CEO and Corporate Services, the Director of People, Change and OD primary focus will be on transforming an evolving organisation into a great organisation.

We are therefore seeking a self-driven and highly competent HR and organisation development professional with the credibility to influence and deliver the people transformation strategy.

The Director of People, Change and OD role will ensure the Charity has the tools in place to deliver and embed culture and change programmes that transform the way they work and are consistent with achieving their mission.

What we’re looking for:

  • Demonstrable experience designing and delivering high profile development programmes

  • Proven experience across a range of organisational development disciplines

  • Experience driving employee experience and culture change

  • Experience of leading a multi disciplinary HR function

  • Ability to influence at senior levels

  • Analytical acumen, data driven and a proven capability to align solutions to business requirements.

Salary depending on experience.

This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of RecruitME who are acting as a recruitment agency.

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