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Head of HR Business Partnering

Morgan Law - Client Branded
London (Central),
Circa £80,000
Closing date
18 Mar 2024

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Contract Type
Full Time
HR Jobs Level
Director / Head / VP, Business partner
Specialist Area
General HR Function, Employee Relations
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member

The Girls’ Day School Trust is the UK’s leading family of 25 girls’ schools including 23 independent schools and two academies. We are a pioneer in girls’ education, empowering young women to believe in themselves and recognize their positive impact on the world. We are very values-driven, our core values include putting girls first, being forward-thinking, and fostering fearlessness. Each of our schools has a unique identity, providing wonderful environments for learning and work, however our collaborative ethos also encourages sharing learnings and experiences. We foster a sense of belonging to our network of diverse, committed colleagues, who are all dedicated to leading the way in girls’ education and we are proud of our strong culture of improvement, encouraging each other to be the best we can be.

We are now recruiting to the post of Head of HR Business Partnering on a permanent basis. This is a pivotal role in our HR team, reporting directly to the People Director and responsible for leading our HR Business Partner and Recruitment teams, which serve 4300 teaching and non-teaching employees. Your contribution to collaborating on designing an effective HR strategy will be crucial and you will be highly adept at fostering trusting relationships with senior stakeholders, both within Trust offices and across our schools. We require an experienced team leader, who can set clear visions and expectations, both by managing team performance and encouraging development. You will have a keen interest in the latest HR best practices and innovations and capable of helping us maintain our excellent people management standards, our high level of employee engagement, and contributing to creating an inclusive culture.

CIPD qualification or equivalent is preferred. 

This role offers hybrid working with a main base in our London offices in Victoria and occasional travel to our schools. 


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