Head of People and Culture
Job Ref: HOPC395
Hours: 37 hours per week, part-time or flexible working applications are encouraged
Salary: £35,000 - £43,000 per annum (pro-rata for part-time hours)
Location: Flexible working applications will be considered. Regular visits to Head Office in Bristol will be expected
Benefits: 30 days holiday per year + bank holidays (pro-rata for part-time hours)
Proven ability to deliver develop and implement People & Culture strategies that enable organisational growth? Experienced in developing policies and working practice that underpin inclusive organisational cultures? Able to act as a business partner across all parts of the employee life-cycle? Ready to join an exceptional team making a huge difference to people with cancer across the UK? This might be the role for you….
Through a team of cancer support experts (which includes doctors, nutritionists, counsellors and exercise therapists), this charity helps people with cancer to feel more physically and emotionally able to manage the impacts of their diagnosis and treatment, be more in control of their choices and have the best quality of life possible. By making these services freely available, their aim is for all people with cancer to be able to access the high-quality support they need.
Having recently celebrated their 40th birthday they have now set themselves some bold ambitions for the future. You, in the role of Head of People & Culture, will be pivotal in helping the charity achieving their goals. With particular focus on developing organisational values, culture, and working practice that enables the charity to be culturally rich and culturally intelligent, you will also lead on ensuring that all colleagues feel safe, healthy and able to reach their full potential. Reporting to the CEO and as part of the Senior Leadership Team, you and your team will act as internal advisors across the organisation and the employee lifecycle.
A successful People/Culture/HR professional, you will understand how to develop and implement strategies that support wide-reaching organisational objectives. You will have experience in leading equality, diversity and inclusivity programmes and on supporting organisations through transformational change. Your leadership and communication skills will be outstanding. Above all, you will bring energy to this incredibly special role, have the ability to build strong connections and have a passion for your work and making a difference.
At the charity, they are committed to promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion throughout the organisation. They are proactively taking action to support EDI and Wellbeing to support their ethos of creating a diverse culture that is reflective of both their employees and the lived experience of all communities touched by cancer. They welcome applications from individuals from all backgrounds regardless of age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.
Thank you for considering this charity, they look forward to hearing from you!
Timetable for appointment
Closing date: Tuesday 19 July at 9.00am (Deadline extended)
First Interview: Friday 29th July at this charity's National Centre in Pill
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