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Organisational Development Business Partner

Brent Council
Brent, London (Greater)
£49,083 - £52,116 p.a. inc. London weighting
Closing date
19 Jun 2024

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Local and National Government
Contract Type
Full Time
HR Jobs Level
Business partner
Specialist Area
Organisational Development
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member

Help us make change happen.

It’s a fantastic time to be joining the HR & OD Team at Brent Council as an Organisational Development Business Partner. As a result of our ambitious new transformation programme and significant investment in our HR and OD services, we have created several exciting new roles in the team.

You will play a key role in supporting our managers and delivering a culture change programme. Therefore, we’re looking for change makers, visionaries, and inspiring people who share our aspiration to deliver a first-class HR & OD service.

If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you!

About the role 

As an Organisational Development Business Partner at Brent, you will work with the HR & OD Team to support the achievement of organisational business goals.

You’ll design and deliver organisational development and change management interventions and initiatives that support the delivery of the Council’s people strategy, with a strong focus on leadership development.

We encourage flexible working, meaning you will have the option to work two days a week from home.

About you

You will be a HR professional who is a professional member of the CIPD or CIPD qualified to Level 7.

It’s essential for success in this role that you have experience of successfully influencing culture change and managing complex organisational development projects.

You’ll be able to work collaboratively and easily build relationships, with a strong ability to influence people at all levels.

You will also have a comprehensive knowledge of key workforce activities which support the development of a skilled workforce, including:

  • Workforce planning
  • Succession management
  • Talent development.

About us

Brent is brimming with ambition and opportunity, and we celebrate our status as one of the most diverse boroughs in the UK. We are building a fairer, more equal Brent where everyone can succeed.

In the words of Kim Wright, Chief Executive of Brent Council.

“We are a borough that wears its diversity proudly and a place where people are drawn to, seeking better and brighter opportunities. This is a council that doesn’t sit still when the chance for innovation is before us.

People that choose us, stay with us. That’s testimony to the difference you can make here – the chance to make profound changes to the lives of many, and ensure no one resident is left behind.”

In a recent staff survey, 94% of employees felt strongly that they are committed to helping Brent Council be successful.

Come and join us and help make change happen.

To find out more about working for Brent and our benefits package, visit our careers page:

Additional information

For an informal discussion about the role please contact

Interviews are scheduled to take place on Friday 28th June 2024.

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