Head of People, part time 26 hours per week

Location
East London
Salary
£35,000 (+ £3,000 London weighting), pro rated for 0.7 FTE
Posted
04 Jan 2019
Closes
31 Jan 2019

Head of People, part time 26 hours per week

About the Role

  • Applications close: Thursday, 31st January 2018, 9am
  • Interview date: TBC
  • Start date: As soon as possible
  • Job Location: The Dock, Tobacco Quay, Wapping Lane, London, E1W 2SF
  • Salary: £35,000 (+ £3,000 London weighting), pro rata
  • Contract: Fixed-term for 12 months, with potential to become permanent
  • Hours: 0.7 FTE: we are very open to agreeing a flexible working pattern to best suit the successful applicant
  • Annual Leave: 25 days p.a., plus additional leave over office shut-down between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
  • Benefits: Employee pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, travel card loan, flexible working arrangements, particularly around working from home

The Access Project’s growth ambition in the next three years means growing the organisation from c.40 staff to c.70 staff. Currently staff are located in London, Birmingham and the Black Country, and in the East Midlands towns of Ashfield, Mansfield and Shirebrook. We have core staff in offices in London and Birmingham and staff in each area who are based in school Monday-Thursday.

We have a high calibre staff body and a positive, mission-oriented culture. We are now seeking an experienced HR professional to work with our Operations Director to help us develop thoughtful processes to make the most of these assets, which will guide us through our next period of growth. They will work closely with the Operations Delivery Manager and Senior Operations Delivery Coordinator to ensure the rollout and implementation of best practice around all aspects of HR.

About The Access Project

The Access Project works with bright students from disadvantaged backgrounds, providing in-school support and personalised tuition to help them gain access to top universities. Why do we do this? Because at present just 1 in 50 young people from the most disadvantaged backgrounds gets into a top university compared to 1 in 4 of their most advantaged peers. Unless this improves, we are unlikely to see any significant improvements in social mobility in the UK.

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