Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading dementia charity. We provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.
Position: Reward Manager
Location: Flexible across England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Contract type: Full Time, Permanent
Hours: 35 per week
Salary: £41,585 to £46,725 depending on skills and experience + London Allowance of £3,600 if applicable
Closing Date: 03 October 2019
Interview date: TBC in London office
About the Role:
This is an exciting time to join the Society. We are in our second year of our strategy to deliver a New Deal on Dementia and making headway improving support, research, and campaigning.
This role sits within the People and Organisational Development (POD) directorate whose purpose is to ensure the Society is able to fulfil its part in changing the landscape of dementia forever. Our objective is to attract and retain the people we need (volunteers and employees) to deliver our strategy and that all our people are capable of and empowered to play their part in our vision.
Aligned to these objectives our total reward ‘offer’ sets out our ambitions to create the right experience for our people; to develop and progress our people, empower and support our people, engage and connect our people, and value and recognise our people. This role will lead on embedding and evolving this offer to both attract and retain the people we need to deliver our strategy. Alongside this, the Total Reward Manager will also further evolve our pay, benefits, and recognition practices, ensuring these align to our values and behaviours, drive our cultural ambitions, and are an appropriate and a cost-effective use of our financial resources.
You will join the newly formed Reward, Recognition, and Inclusion team within the POD Directorate and have the ability to manage people, to enable effective, informed, and engaged people within the team to achieve results. You will demonstrate expert knowledge of total reward practices, alongside traditional pay, benefits and recognition practices, with strong project management skills to drive delivery. You will have a proven track record of building networks and working well with colleagues across teams, and solid influencing skills especially with senior stakeholders.
In return we will give you something different from the norm, an opportunity to make a real difference to our peoples experience. You will also have the opportunity to align our practices with our genuine person focused culture, our clear purpose, and commitment to achieving results for People affected by and living with Dementia.
You may have experience of the following: Reward Manager, Benefits Manager, HR Manager, Human Resources Manager, HR Consultant, Human Resources Consultant, Third Sector, Charity, NFP, etc.