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Head of People - International Development

£50000 - £55000 per annum

Job Description

Charity Talent are recruiting for a Head of People for an International Charity with an office in London and 14 other countries. Can you demonstrate that you have previous experience within the day to day running of a team and can provide strategic leadership across staff wellbeing, human resources, training, and development? If so, then you could be perfect for my client. This role is a 12-month FTC maternity cover with the possibility to extend.

The Role: As the Head of People, you will have 2 direct line reports (HR partner and HR officer) and report to the Director of Finance and Operations. Specific tasks include:

  • Providing organisation-wide leadership on HR, people related issues and policies.
  • Accountable for representing HR and advocating for HR amongst organisation leaders.
  • Leading, managing, and developing an inclusive and highly competent Talent and HR team.
  • Build a robust recruitment strategy, focused on diversity, equity and inclusion that is aligned with the charity initiative.
  • Provide coaching/advise to senior leaders on team development and key organisational and management issues.
  • Develop and manage the multi-year HR budget, ensuring expenditure does not exceed agreed levels.
  • Provide senior level HR advice and information to meet needs and guide strategic and operational decision-making of charity Board, Executive Team, and managers
  • Developing HR strategy and operational plan, policies, procedures, and support for sound HR management at all levels across the organisation.
  • Oversee communication with the Finance Team on people changes which affect payroll and annual performance increments.
  • Be the first point of contact for expert advice to London managers and staff on all queries including Performance Management.
  • Drive the wellbeing agenda for staff.
  • Manage a department budget including learning and development budget.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Head of People role you will need to possess the following:

  • International experience of an organisation. You will be dealing with the UK as well as their international and national offices.
  • A developed understanding of core HR processes and policies.
  • Ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with a wide range of people, including across cultures and with those at a distance.
  • Charity sector experience (desirable)
  • Commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion, personally and in previous leadership positions.
  • Demonstrable leadership experience and people management experience.
  • CIPD or equivalent qualified (desirable)
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.



Operations Manager

Are you a talented Operations Manager, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can be responsible for day to day running of the Charity, to ensure efficient practises are in place? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a health and social welfare charity in London which provide accommodation to patients.

This role is a permanent with 5 days in the office near Paddington.

The Role: In this Operations Manager role, you will manage 11 staff members (receptionist, night-time staff, administrators, cleaners etc).

Specific tasks include:

  • Responsible for recruitment, retention, and training of all employees.
  • Report directly to the Board of Trustees.
  • Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the building.
  • Responsible for overseeing the day to day running of the building.
  • IT management (with the assistance of our IT company).
  • Approve and present all incoming invoices to accounts for payment at the end of every month.
  • Monitor and respond to emails.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Operations Manager role you will need to demonstrable strong administration and ability to build internal and external relationships.

Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

  • Previous experience of the charity sector.
  • Experienced manager of people.
  • Confident communicator with excellent standard of both written and verbal.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Understanding and empathetic.
  • Friendly and welcoming.

Team Coordinator

Are you a talented Team Coordinator or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can deal with a wide range of administrative tasks to ensure the delivery of a highly effective and efficient recruitment process? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Education Charity based in London.

This is a 3 month temp role with the possibility to be extended and to start ASAP. Working from home with 1-2 days in office near Euston.

The Role: In this Team Coordinator role you'll report to the Recruitment Manager and will be primarily responsible for supporting with every day running of their training recruitment programme. Specific tasks include:

  • Manage the team email inbox.
  • Supporting with the hiring and onboarding processes for our screeners and assessors
  • Creating assessment centre schedules for stakeholders
  • Support in the preparation of materials.
  • Acting as first point of contact for candidates and respond to questions
  • Be the first point of contact and be responsible for managing all general recruitment enquiries via phone and in person.
  • Assist the team to collate and issue documentation and correspondence including shortlisting, invites and interview for the assessment centre.
  • Updating the database accurately.
  • Ensuring key deadlines are met such as shortlisting dates.
  • Play a part in contributing to and supporting projects.

The Candidate: To be considered for the Team Coordinator role you will need to possess experience of working in a customer focused role with strong administrative skills.

Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:

  • Undertaking administrative duties.
  • Having prior onboarding experience that would be an advantage
  • Experience of developing good working relationships with colleagues or customers.
  • Has good attention to detail, takes pride in their work.

With this in mind, we are looking for someone who has excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as being highly organised and able to demonstrate careful attention to detail.

Youth Programmes Officer

We are delighted to be working with The Ben Kinsella Trust as they look to appoint a driven and passionate Youth Programmes Officer. The Ben Kinsella Trust is one of the leading anti-knife crime charities in the UK, who deliver purpose-built exhibitions and consequences knife crime prevention workshops.

Are you a talented Youth Programmes Officer, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can deliver The Ben Kinsella Trust programmes to a very high standard? If so then you could be perfect for our client. We are looking for an education or youth work professional.

Key points about the role:

  • This post covers two sites in Islington and Barking and Dagenham and will be 5 days a week in the office.
  • Hours 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 09:30am-5pm. Occasionally you may be required to work outside of these hours and will receive time off in lieu.
  • £23,000 - £25,000 per annum
  • The initial contract is for 2 years, but there is every hope and expectation that this will be extended.
  • Open to full time, part time and term time only.

Specific tasks and skills include:

  • You can deliver programmes to a very high standard.
  • You are a skilled facilitator and communicator who can engage with young people from a diverse range of backgrounds.
  • You share The Ben Kinsella Trust values and is passionate about using education as a tool to support and empower young people and to stop knife crime.
  • You will be responsible for the delivery and coordination of our anti-knife crime workshops to young people, to a high standard.
  • You will work with the Regional Manager to ensure workshops at London exhibitions) operate smoothly and consistently to serve young people.
  • You will ensure the achievement of quality outcomes and have maximised engagement.

We look forward to hearing from you!