Understanding change and how it's managed effectively is fundamental to success, right? Well in this role you will demonstrate that in abundance.
For this global public sector boday as Interim Project Leader - HR Transformation you will be responsible for the leadership and delivery of the transformation activities playing a fundamental part in enabling the strategic vision for HR.
This will include delivering against the systems' processes and data outcomes as well as the establishment of a global shared service and a HR business partnering model.
Key responsibilities include:
- In conjunction with key stakeholders, develop and communicates a clear and compelling vision for the programme and roadmap for change ensuring alignment with corporate and regional plans.
- Provide formal line management of the programme team and matrix management of UK/regional/country based staff
- Lead the development and maintenance of the programme delivery plan, and ensure that the programme achieves set objectives.
- Work closely with each of the UK leadership team and regions to negotiate and agree realistic timetable and targets for delivery of the programme
- Ensure the programme is structured, staffed and resourced effectively to enable achievement objectives in an efficient and cost effective manner.
- Lead and ensure cohesion of the delivery plans across the HR function and develop initiatives which stabilise and improve the current and future Structure, Systems, Processes and Culture.
You will have demonstrable experience of leading and successfully managing large (£-multi-million) programmes with both the ability to plan, structure and manage the 'hard scope' of a programme that delivers tangible outputs (eg documents, systems, assets) and the 'soft scope' of engaging people and managing effective change (eg communications, skills, resource change, benefits realisation).
Having operated within a global, matrix management structure, implementing new initiatives and leading systems, process and people changes, in a complex global organisation, balancing strategic and tactical approaches
Experience from within charities, HM Government and private sector (corporate) are all desirable.