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Head of HR

Sir William Perkins's
Chertsey, Surrey
Up to £65,000
Closing date
18 Feb 2024

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Contract Type
Full Time
HR Jobs Level
Director / Head / VP
Specialist Area
General HR Function
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member

Sir William Perkins’s School is looking to appoint a dynamic HR professional to lead its HR function.

Reporting to the Head, this role will have overall responsibility for leading the Human Resources strategy within the School and will work closely with the Senior Leadership Team to ensure that all areas of HR are effectively delivered to our staff.

About us

Sir William Perkins’s School is a high-performing, academically selective, independent girls’ school for approximately 600 students aged 11 – 18 years. The Head is both a member of HMC and GSA. It is located on an attractive 12- acre site situated on the outskirts of Chertsey, a two-minute walk from the railway station and very near to the junction of the M3 and M25.

About you

  • The ideal postholder will be an outstanding and experienced HR professional, who will bring the experience and skills required to help shape the future workforce of the School.
  • You will be working in an HR team of three and will have line management responsibility for the other members in the department.
  • You will have Level 7 CIPD (or working towards) and will have previous budget and line management experience.

Please refer to the job description for a comprehensive list of duties.

If you are an experienced HR professional who is highly organised and efficient and a great communicator we would welcome your application.

How to apply

An electronic application form should be completed using the links below.

We are unable to accept CVs.

Closing date: 18 February at midnight

Interviews will be held: TBC

Early applications are encouraged as the School reserves  the right to interview and appoint before the closing date.

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