People and Culture Change Maker Lead
People and Culture Change Maker Lead
Salary £48,735 per annum for full time hours (37 per week).
This is a permanent contract.
The Well-being of Future Generations Act gives us the ambition, permission and legal obligation to improve our social, cultural, environmental and economic well-being.
The Act is unique to Wales attracting interest from countries across the world as it offers a huge opportunity to make a long-lasting, positive change to current and future generations.
The Act requires public bodies in Wales to think about the long-term impact of their decisions, to work better with people, communities and each other, and to prevent persistent problems such as poverty, health inequalities and climate change.
We love to find new talent for our Team, people who are as passionate as we are about achieving change for the future.
Is this you?
Are you someone who can combine strategic insight and people expertise, to change the way organisations think about their people and their governance?
Do you have the insight to shape and deliver operational excellence internally whilst constructively challenging the status quo, processes and ways of working, inside and outside our organisation to drive significant policy and cultural change across the public sector?
To succeed in this role, you need to:
- Be an inspirational role model for compassionate and collaborative leadership.
- Have a well-developed understanding of how the Well-being of Future Generations Act informs future thinking around people management, workplace culture and corporate governance.
- Be a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development ideally Chartered Member or Chartered Fellow (or equivalent body) and hold a professional qualification relevant to people management or employment law.
- Have significant experience of working in a Human Resources role at a senior level or supporting and advising on people management and governance issues.
- Have previous experience of working in partnership within or across organisations and sectors, building strong and purposeful working relationships (in an employed or voluntary capacity).
As a Team we approach our work fearlessly, learn quickly, and improve constantly. We like to think differently, to question and to try new ways of doing things. We are looking for people who can work with agility, who like to continually improve their performance and knowledge, adapting their role and purpose in response to the needs of the team.
In return, we are happy to support all manner of flexible working arrangements, part time applications and remote working situations.
So what next?
You will find the job description and person specification for the role here.
Please send your completed application along with your equality and diversity monitoring form to email@example.com.
We strongly believe that diversity drives innovation and we are building a workplace culture where difference is highly valued. We welcome applications from under-represented groups in our workforce and currently Black, Asian or other ethnic minority backgrounds and disabled people who apply and meet the essential job criteria will be guaranteed an interview.
If you wish to be considered for the guaranteed interview scheme, please speak out about your lived experience in your application.
If you have any queries about this role, please contact Marie Brousseau-Navarro by email on the following address firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for this advertisement is: 23:59 Wednesday 2nd of June 2021
Interviews are scheduled to take place: Wednesday 23rd of June 2021