Executive Director Human Resources & Organisational Development
This is an outstanding opportunity for an exceptional Human Resources and Organisational Development professional to shape and deliver a people strategy in a unique global organisation at an exciting time of significant organisational change and transition.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is a professional membership body and a cultural institution driving excellence in architecture. We serve our members and society in order to deliver better buildings and places, stronger communities and a sustainable environment. Being inclusive, ethical, environmentally aware and collaborative underpins all that we do.
The RIBA is seeking an exceptional HR and OD professional to work closely with the Chief Executive and the Executive team, to drive the development and implementation of the RIBA People Strategy and to lead the creation of organisational development strategies and work streams which will deliver business objectives and organisational performance. You will provide overall leadership around Learning & Development and play a crucial part in the leadership of RIBA as a whole.
An inspiring leader, you will drive a culture of collaboration and high performance, where a valued workforce is motivated, supported and developed to deliver exceptional services to our members. Outstanding communication skills and powerful credentials in motivating teams and inﬂuencing others to deliver business change are essential and you will be able to combine a strategic overview with first class operational experience. You will have director level / senior management experience in leading a successful HR function within a complex environment and a demonstrable track record in the development and delivery of organisational development strategy in line with business objectives. Personal qualities are equally important and you’ll be able to show how you have influenced and persuaded at all levels to deliver significant organisational and culture change.
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For an informal, conﬁdential discussion, please contact Katrina Paget or Sheena Haigh on 020 7426 3994.
Closing date: 5pm Friday 18 August 2017.
Equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the way we work and we welcome and encourage applicants from all backgrounds.