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Head of Human Resources

London or Nottingham

Up to £65,000

Permanent

Full Time

Background

This role is full-time, permanent position located in our Central London or Nottingham office with an annual salary up to £65,000 DOE, including 10% variable bonus and an excellent benefits package. We will also afford extensive remote working. Who is ElectraLink? ElectraLink is a growing company that loves technology and operates at the heart of the UK energy market by managing a central network for energy market participants to communicate, providing empowering insight into the challenges and opportunities facing the industry Why people join our team? We have remote working capabilities that allow for a healthy work-life balance. Our benefits package includes health, flexible pension, holiday trading, as well as extensive career development, training and more. We maintain an open communication from top to bottom and have lots of opportunities to hear ideas and make things work better.

Job Summary

We are looking for a leader in human resources to join the Diversity & Engagement team as our new Head of People. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years relevant experience in a senior people role, delivering high quality HR services and change management with a small team.

You will be comfortable developing a people strategy that is designed to enhance our company culture, championing employee engagement initiatives, managing employee relations, and supporting change and communication efforts. You care about people and will strive to make ElectraLink a fabulous place to work and flourish.

You will work closely with the Director of Diversity and Engagement to:

  • Support a high performing hybrid working environment with a focus on employee engagement, collaboration and personal development.
  • Deliver a people strategy focussed on culture, including embedding a new set of behaviours to deliver an accountable and performance outcome led approach.
  • Position ElectraLink to lead by example on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion to ensure we attract and retain the best people.
  • Create a rewards package in line with our behaviours to secure talent.
  • Drive a learning culture to ensure we remain at the leading edge of energy data development.

Main purpose of job

Key elements of the role include but are not limited to:

HR service delivery

· Lead on the development, maintenance and implementation of all HR policies, procedures and guidelines, ensuring these remain inline with up-to-date employment law and best practice.

·Provide oversight to the HR team, including supporting their development, to ensure all employees receive a high level of HR service.

· Support all managers as needed on management of industrial relations (e.g. performance management, disciplinary, grievances, redundancy etc). Participate / lead meetings related to this as appropriate.

·Provide regular reporting on the performance and progress of an HR department.

Performance management

·Ensure the successful implementation of our performance management framework, assuring goals and targets are aligned to planned business outcomes and proposing potential improvements to the process as required.

·Support managers where needs arise (e.g. setting goals, giving feedback to employees, discerning performance levels)

·Support the process of understanding performance outcomes and compensation.

Workforce planning and recruitment

·Consult and partner with SMT and managers on succession planning and developing diverse and inclusive staffing plans.

·Support the development of our needs forecast.

·Recruit and retain diverse employee talent

·Oversee the recruitment, selection and onboarding process.

Reward and recognition

·Develop reward and remuneration structures that ensure the business stays competitive in the market and attractive to potential employees, including identifying ways in which ElectraLink can differentiate itself from others in the market.

·Support the development of strategies to ensure ElectraLink retains existing talent and helps them to develop through a clear career development framework.

·Champion reward and recognition throughout the business.

Leadership Support

·Partner with our senior team to implement our new behaviour strategy at all levels of the organisation.

·Provide support to business leaders on organisational effectiveness including effective succession planning and employee engagement.

·Make recommendations for potential interventions on broad employee issues, based on feedback gathered through a number of channels including surveys.

·Provide advice, guidance and coaching to employees and managers on a variety of Employee Relations cases

·Support business leaders on organisational design and restructuring efforts, including strategy for consultations if required.

·Develop and implement change management programs.

Payroll

·Oversee the accurate and successful delivery of payroll

Budget

·Ensure the HR team remains in budget through responsible management and regular monitoring.

Principle Skills & Experience

Required Background:

·University degree or equivalent

·Minimum of CIPD Level 5 Diploma or higher

·Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role

·Experience of leading and mentoring other HR and recruitment professionals

·Exceptional knowledge of employment law

·Experience of introducing and updating HR Policies and Procedures

Essential Behaviours & Skills

·Process driven and tech savvy. You can develop and implement new processes and work within them, utilising HR software, social media and Microsoft programmes to support your work.

· Feedback-driven. You’ll be the type of person who is always striving to improve and, as a result, is constantly soliciting feedback and actively giving this to your peers and reports. We’re building a candid, open culture and it is critical that the person in this role can celebrate that as well as develop the company’s feedback mechanisms.

·Smart problem-solver. You must be able to take charge and work out the best way to solve problems which are new to the company, whilst constantly questioning the ways in which we can improve our processes.

·Self-aware and adaptable. Our company moves quickly and you will always be doing new things. You need to be self-aware and take charge of your own learning and develop the learning offering for our employees.

·Sound judgement and high emotional intelligence. You have a good instinct for how to respond to situations and handle people – internally and externally – to achieve the best outcome. You know when to push back, as well as when to escalate an issue and get others involved.

·Toggle between rapid action and wise reflection. You’ll be a detail-oriented person who maintains a high degree of accuracy. However, you must have the ability to zoom out and think strategically about where we’re going and how we need to adapt.

How to Apply

Please apply to this position by utilising the “Apply Now” link below. You will be able to apply via email attaching your CV and any other documents you feel might strengthen your application.

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