Employing more than 200 staff across 16 offices around the world, the Marine Stewardship Council are seeking 2 experienced HR Managers; one role will cover the UK and the second will cover the Americas / APAC region. These are truly generalist HR roles, and you will be part of a small, but extremely busy, HR team based in London.
These are new positions within the MSC, and you will be responsible for delivering an effective and efficient service to your stakeholders, particularly in relation to recruitment, payroll, policy development and other general HR areas. You should relish providing an excellent service whilst working in a collaborative work environment and be keen to share your HR knowledge and experience with other members of the team.
Successful candidates will also be involved in a variety of HR projects, currently these could include: introducing an applicant tracking system, sourcing and rolling out new payroll providers in specific locations, and process improvements, some of which may be connected to the HRIS – Cascade.
To be successful in these roles you will need to be self-sufficient, able to work in an environment where policies and processes are still being developed and rolled out and be mindful of cultural differences as you work across the organisation.
These roles provide an exciting opportunity for the right individuals to play a key role in the successful development of the MSC.
Who are you?
To be successful in these roles, you will:
Have a degree, or be able to demonstrate relevant experience, and be qualified to CIPD level 7;
Have previous experience working for a multi-site organisation covering the country / region for which you are responsible;
Be adept at building relationships with all levels of an organisation; and
Be a team player, and keen to develop global processes and policies.
Who are the MSC?
The MSC’s vision is for the world’s oceans to be teeming with life, and seafood supplies safeguarded for this and future generations. Through their internationally-recognised certification and ecolabeling programme well-managed sustainable fisheries are recognised and rewarded in the market place, through the leadership of the MSC's partners. Critically, other fisheries are incentivised to improve their performance to meet the growing demand for certified sustainable and traceable seafood choice. Over 400 fisheries around the world, representing 14% of the annual global marine catch, are now engaged in the MSC programme and over 1200 documented improvements to the way our oceans are being fished have been recorded. MSC certified and labelled seafood products are now available in over 100 countries.
If you wish to find out more about these roles, please call Lauren Meier on 020 7259 8712 for a confidential discussion or email a copy of your current CV quoting ref: MSC – HR Manager.
You should also include a covering letter outlining:
The specific role you are applying for;
your reasons for applying for this role;
your salary expectations; and
your position with regards to your right to work in the UK.
The closing date for this position is 1 July at 09:00 BST.