Are you looking for a new role to make a difference in the environmental sector and be part of a fantastic global People and Culture team? As part of our team you will be responsible for providing expertise in recruitment and resourcing; including improving and supporting end to end processes, and supporting development and operations of key talent management processes; onboarding, performance management, succession planning, and offboarding. You will have experience of developing and designing processes, as well as advising and supporting managers, including senior management. You will be flexible with a willingness to learn. You will report to the Head of People Operations and have support from a People Administrator.
You will be joining a high performing, supportive global team, with nine colleagues based in our London head office, supporting regional people teams in Latin America, APAC, North America and Europe. As a global team we support about 600 employees across 19 countries to deliver CDP’s strategy; we deliver an ambitious people and culture support and initiatives.
Key responsibilities include:
- Providing advice and information on all recruitment and specific talent management topics to People team colleagues and to managers, including senior managers as required
- Supporting and advising managers and regional People team colleagues on global policies within your remit to ensure they are aligned
- Working with the global People Operations team and L&D Manager to support training activity
- Support and overseeing the creation of resourcing guidance; including PSLs in different locations
- Creating and adapting global recruitment and talent policies and processes and advise on regional implementation
- Championing wellbeing, CDP’s values and JEDIA in all aspects of your work
- Partnering with Directors in region to help identify talent, help deliver their strategy and assist with recruitment
- Work with the wider global People team on projects such as supporting improvements to our performance management frameworks.
Required skills and experience
- Demonstrable experience in an HR role; with a particular focus in recruitment, resourcing and talent management
- Experience of advising and supporting managers with resourcing, recruitment and talent management; specifically onboarding, offboarding, performance management to achieve results and succession planning
- Experience of researching, developing and implementing new policies and processes
- Experience of managing projects from end to end or interest in developing this experience
- Excellent interpersonal skills with a keen preference for developing strong collaborative working relationships
- Excellent communication and numeracy skills and a good awareness of confidentiality and GDPR
- CIPD qualified or part-qualified and working to gain full membership
- Strong IT skills using the Microsoft Office suite and HR databases
- Ability to work independently and as part of a global team
- Ability to work with stakeholders at all levels across geographies and time zones.
- Experience of working with offices abroad in an international organisation; and
- Experience of working for a charity or NGO.
This is a full-time permanent role based at CDP’s Central London office, we would also consider applications from people who want to work part-time.
Salary and benefits: £38,000-£40,000 per annum, 30 days’ holiday, generous non-contributory pension provision, life assurance, training and development opportunities, excellent flexible and remote working environment and others.
Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in the UK. We cannot sponsor this role.
Before you apply
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How to apply:
Please upload your CV in the application form along with a covering letter as an additional document setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities, which should be no more than two pages. The deadline is 5th June.