Early Talent Partner

Croydon/London, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield (or one of the HR operating hubs as agreed)
£48,836 National (£53,887 London) - £56,405 National (£62,239 London)
14 Sep 2018
28 Sep 2018
HR Jobs Level
Business partner, Manager
Contract Type
Full Time

HR in the Home Office means unlocking the potential of more than 25,000 people to ensure one of the original great Departments of State has the talent, performance and resources to keep our borders secure and our citizens safe.  If you are ready to take up an  innovative talent role within our exciting environment of constant and fast paced change , this is the role for you.

As our Early Talent Partner, you will join our Leadership, Learning, Capability and Talent team (LLCT), reporting to the Head of Talent. Alongside around 140 colleagues, you’ll help to lead and deliver the Department’s People Strategy.

Your specific focus will be on the attraction and development of a diverse pool of early talent. In designing and delivering a leading edge strategy, you will work collaboratively and proactively with the government’s Civil Service Talent Service whilst also bringing your knowledge of best practice in other industries.

Working with business leaders you will harness social media to promote the Home Office employer brand and develop creative and cost-effective ways to identify, attract and cultivate diverse early talent whilst designing cutting edge programmes to grow that talent.

Ideally, you will have previously worked as a business partner or in a stakeholder manager role and be CIPD qualified.

Experienced in talent management at both operational and strategic level; the ability to diagnose gaps and identify innovative talent interventions that build the depth, breadth and diversity of our pipelines are a must

You will also have the agility to thrive in a dynamic environment such as ours, and the flexibility to deliver to tight timescales with the ability to work collaboratively and in a way that builds credibility. You will be experienced in influencing and guiding leadership through effective organisational change. You will be a strategic thinker with the ability to translate your vision into workable, pragmatic approaches; underpinned by clear written and verbal communication skills.

Join us and you’ll be entitled to a competitive pension and benefits package. We’ll offer you excellent opportunities for career progression, and we’ll invest in your ongoing professional development.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity and inclusion at the Home Office. We are committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive workplace where all our people are able to bring their whole selves to work and perform at their best.  

For more information on the role please contact Eddie.Malpas@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk or Kate.Barrington@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

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