Deputy Director of HR&OD

  • Location
    Gillingham, Kent
  • Salary
    £ 39.7 - £ 39.74 / Hourly
  • Category
    HR, Sales and Management - HR Business Partner
  • Job type
    Temporary contract
  • Industry
    Public Sector
  • External Reference
    JN-092021-204156

We are currently looking for Deputy Director of HR&OD to work within a trust based in Gillingham, Kent. Start immediately for 3 months. Pay £39.74ph.



The Deputy Director will deliver a highly effective HR&OD service which supports managers to develop a people-oriented, high performance culture that emphasises engagement, productivity and quality. They will support the delivery of a business focused, leading edge organisation which supports the delivery of the highest quality patient care. They will deputise for the Executive Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development across the full range of corporate and strategic activities



Develop and implement the workforce strategy ad plan for the Trust to ensure our workforce is fit for the future, and meets the strategic objectives Support the Director of HR&OD in developing remuneration and reward strategies in line with policy, which support the operational and financial priorities of the Trust As a senior member of HR and OD, the post holder will be required to take the strategic lead on the development of key HR and OD functions, systems and policies enabling the Trust's corporate aims and objectives to be achieved. Support the delivery of the Trusts equality and inclusion strategy; ensuring that best practice is applied across the workforce agenda




  • Demonstrable and credible experience in a senior management role, involving successful management of a diverse HR&OD team within a complex organisation

  • Experience of leading the development of HR&OD strategies to support service and workforce transformation

  • Extensive in-depth demonstrable success in delivering change and performance with and through management teams, by engaging them in the strategic direction and delivery plans, establishing clear work priorities with them, delegating effectively, ensuring a capability to deliver, monitoring performance and giving feedback

  • Experience of financial management, monitoring and control and evaluating competing budget demands



If this is the role for you, then apply today! Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Adecco is an equal opportunities provider.

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