HR / Operations Manager (Environmental Charity)

Sheffield, South Yorkshire
£27,589 per annum (full time)
13 Nov 2020
04 Dec 2020
HR Jobs Level
Advisor, Manager
Contract Type
Full Time
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member, Non CIPD member

HR / Operations Manager (Environmental Charity)



£27,589 per annum (full time)

Full or part time options can be considered


Help to achieve more for nature’s recovery and the community!


Our client is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working to make the United Kingdom a better place for people and wildlife. They are supported by nearly 6,000 members and hundreds of local volunteers.


In order to develop their staff and volunteers, they are seeking a self-motivated HR professional to take on the new role of HR / Operational Manager.  Due to the nature of their work, they are especially keen to hear from people who have experience in ensuring compliance, managing health & safety procedures and improving the environmental performance of facilities and support services.


The role

The HR / Operations Manager will lead and manage the Support Service Team.  The range of activities will be diverse as you will be responding to a busy operational environment.


You will develop and lead the effective delivery of the Support Services including human resources, facilities management and health & safety at work. This role will also be responsible for ensuring the Trust complies with relevant legislation, good practice and our own policies and procedures in HR, H&S and Data Protection.


They are looking for someone with the following skills and experience:

  • Experience of managing operations / support services for a small-medium sized organisation.
  • Previous experience in a HR focused role, ideally with a CIPD qualification or working towards this.
  • Experience of leading, advising and supporting staff in HR and Employment procedures, including recruitment, training, performance management, disciplinary & grievance.
  • Experience in developing policies and procedures across HR, health & safety and data protection/ management and ensuring compliance.
  • Excellent IT skills to include Microsoft Office.
  • A calm, tactful, diplomatic and courteous personality.
  • An interest in and enthusiasm for nature and the work of the Trust.

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