YOUR ACTIVITY

To unsubscribe from all chat room notifications, please first login:

[mepr-login-form use_redirect="false"]

UK Client looking for a disruptive Head of People (Circa £70K)

UK Client looking for a disruptive Head of People (Circa £70K)

Posted: 13th July 2021

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #13035
    DanCB
    Participant

    It makes us so happy when clients approach us because they’re looking for a different type of HR person, especially when you expect them to be very traditional.

    Times are changing!!

    If you or someone you know might be interested follow this link for the full job spec and details on how to apply.

    IPSA is on a mission!  We want to enable MPs to do what really matters by providing an exemplary, seamless regulatory service.  We have a compelling strategy and we’re intent on transforming IPSA.  We’re looking for someone truly innovative who can tip traditional HR on its head, create an enviable employer brand and who wants to put IPSA firmly on the map as a public sector leader in the people and culture space.

    The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) is the independent body that regulates and administers the business costs and decides the pay and pensions of the 650 elected Members of Parliament and their staff in the United Kingdom. We were created by the Parliamentary Standards Act 2009, as the world’s first independent regulator of MPs’ financial remuneration.

    If you’re up for challenging the old school, compliance based checklist approach to HR and you love enabling capability, innovation and value to create an organisation where great people want to work and give their best, then IPSA is the place for you.

    Oh and in the Autumn we will be launching our very own Disruptive HR jobs board – for you to find and place HR roles.  We will keep you posted!

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Your Favourites

      No Favorites

Successfully added to your favourites. View them here