Head of People, part time - 3 days per week, FTC
Hanbury Strategy is looking for an interim Head of People, described as 'one of the most exciting start-ups in the space for some years', Hanbury is a fast-growth consultancy with brilliant people and stellar clients.
The individual who fills this role will have the opportunity to continue to shape how we attract and retain our excellent team and develop our people strategies as we continue to grow.
- Offices located in the brilliant Second Home co-working space with an onsite cafe, showers, yoga, live music, film screenings
- Flexible working patterns
- 28 days holiday (excluding Bank Holidays)
- Fortnightly team lunches
- Doctor Care Anywhere – providing you with access to medical appointments whenever you need it
- A strong work ethic, you don’t stop until it’s don
- Fresh ideas, we are constantly looking for ways that we can become a better place to work and we want someone who will think of fresh ways of making that happen and bring them to fruition
- The confidence to speak up, share your thinking and challenge the most senior members of the team
- Experience leading recruitment, internal communications, reward & recognition, line management, coaching and training and embedding values
- Experience dealing with people issues
- The drive to do the right thing by the business and the people in it
A typical day might include the following:
- Working on our recruitment strategy finding and interviewing candidates
- 121 conversations with team members, supporting and coaching them, identifying any issues that may arise
- Preparing for and inducting new joiners
- Meeting with technology providers to understand how we can better streamline parts of our people strategy
- Developing new initiatives and ideas to improve the workplace
To apply please send us your CV and cover letter via the application method below.
Hanbury Strategy is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of age, disability, gender or gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sex or sexual orientation.