HR Transformation Manager, London
3 days left
- Full time
ResponsibilitiesAs a Manager in HR Transformation, you will lead the delivery of HR Transformation engagements for complex organisations as well as actively participate in business development activities. You’ll work as part of a team of problem solvers with extensive consulting and industry experience, helping our clients solve their complex business issues from strategy to execution.You will have a breadth of experience in a number of the following areas: HR Strategy, HR Operating Model, HR Service Delivery Model, Shared Services, Outsourcing, Global Business Services, HR Processes and Policies, HR Technology, experience of working with a wide range of people in a commercial environment and a working knowledge of a wide range of HR issues and trends.Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:Proactively assisting in the management and leadership of a portfolio of clients, while reporting to Directors and aboveManaging and delivering large projects by developing the project team, assessing engagement risks throughout, driving conclusions, and reviewing / challenging the output produced by the teamLeading the financial management of clientsLeadership of business development activities to help identify and research opportunities on new/existing clientsDeveloping project strategies to solve complex technical challenges for our clientsUsing digital technologies to build new capabilities that establish HR as a partner and coach for businessesLeading teams supporting HR-enabled workforce experience strategies, including AI-enabled HRExplaining HR’s role in designing and creating the employee experience, together with other areas that affect the complete employee lifecycle process and ‘moments that matter’Conducting HR assessments and making recommendations taking into account employee experienceLeading teams in defining and implementing new HR processes and use tools like Digital HR, Workday, SuccessFactors, and Oracle
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