Team Manager - Senior HR Lead
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior HR Lead on a permanent basis in Epping.
Following a restructure, a Senior HR Lead is required for Epping Forest District Council.
You will lead a team, working collaboratively with Directors, Managers and Stakeholders, delivering an effective service across HR Operations, Organisational Development and Learning & Development.
EFDC are in the process of changing how they think about service delivery in the future and this role is a key part of that process. The district is facing an unprecedented period of growth, which will bring changes in demographics, in the types of services required and, in the ways, people access those services.
The drivers for change are:
- Building services around the people we serve
- Making the very best of our people, time and money
- An agile flexible workforce achieving our ambitions and working together and in partnership
As Senior HR Lead you will contribute to and implement a strong vision for the department. Deliver ambitious, innovative and forward-thinking approaches. Drive high quality work and achieve objectives by effective performance and risk management. You will lead on developing strategy to ensure the adoption of best practice and alignment to the strategic objectives to deliver the corporate plan, corporate values and people strategy to continuously improve the service.
To be successful you will have previous experience of working within Human Resources at a senior level in an organisation that has gone through extensive change. You will have a strong background OD and continuous improvement. Previous experience of working in Local government is preferred, however it's not essential.
You will be CIPD / degree qualified or equivalent with some formal management or project management training and be able to demonstrate a good understanding of safeguarding and local government legislation. Experience leading, motivating and inspiring staff is also essential for this role.
You will also be assessed on how you embody the Council's core Values and Behaviours. In return EFDC are offering a competitive salary and excellent benefits package which includes flexible working arrangements and career and professional development.
For more information about the role and organisation please visit their dedicated recruitment microsite: microsites.hays.co.uk/jobs/eppingforestdc or for an informal discussion please contact Shelly McKinney who is the retained consultant working in partnership with EFDC on 01245 782134.
The closing date for all applications is Friday 27th of September.
All third party & direct applicants will be forwarded directly to Shelly McKinney at Hays to be screened as part of the recruitment process.
EFDC is an equal opportunities employer. They welcome applications, regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, age or religion or belief