Human Resources Manager
Fixed Term Contract: 13 months
Salary: £40,000 pro rata
Part Time: 22.5 hours per week to be worked over at least 3 days.
Based in Andover, Hampshire
Are you an experienced HR Manager or Business Partner who would love to use your skills to help us Beat Macular Disease?
Every day, around 300 people are diagnosed with macular disease. It’s the biggest cause of sight loss in the UK. Macular disease is cruel and isolating. It steals your sight, your independence, and your ability to do the things you love. There is only one way to Beat Macular Disease for good. We must fund more research now, until we find a cure, or find treatments that stop it in its tracks.
The Macular Society is working to deliver our ultimate ambition – to Beat Macular Disease for the next generation. We are determined to end the fear and isolation of macular disease with world-class research and the best advice and support.
We require comprehensive, strategic HR advice and support as we continue our transformational ambition to multiply our income in order to fund research that will find a cure. A key member of the team, this role will help us achieve our aims by ensuring we have the skilled and motivated staff we need to succeed.
You will be motivated by adding value, getting things done, and being a credible and trusted guide for all people matters.
You will be an experienced HR generalist, confident and able to work at a senior level. You will also enjoy enabling organisations and getting “hands on” in all aspects of HR, including; employee engagement, reward and recognition, employee relations and training and development initiatives.
You will provide maternity cover for the current HR Manager and will be a key member of the strategic and operational teams, reporting directly to the CEO.
If this sounds like you, then please view the full job specification at: http://www.macularsociety.org/vacancies
To apply please email your CV with a covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 12 November 2019
Interviews: 27 and 28 November 2019