Organisation: BD Group
A pivotal role with the BD
Group, a commercial company that combines the best of private sector commercial
approaches and customer focus, with a public service ethos by reinvesting
profits back into the people and communities of the Borough.
The scale of our ambition has no limits. Having trading successfully since its inception in April 2018, the BD Group is wholly-owned by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and operates as an independent organisation with a private sector governance structure, headed by a non-executive Chair and Board.
World class, customer-focused services are required and we need an outstanding professional of the highest calibre to drive the business change needed. Your brief, as Group HR Director, will be to promote HR practices that radically alter the performance of the Group and its trading entities. Whether you have gained your experience in the public or private sector, your unparalleled track record will shape all aspects of HR, including leadership, talent management, learning, employee relations, performance and service delivery.
You will be a HR strategist and leader who will forge the way, building capability across the Group, initiating operational change to bring transformation. You will be required to operate at Board level and make a significant contribution to the executive leadership, commanding respect and presence that delivers results and instils confidence with the stakeholders, enabling us to reach the highest standards of organisational excellence…
Find out more and how to apply by visiting https://ww2.rockpools.co.uk/Webport/Jobs
Closing date for applications is Monday 16th August 2021.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Balvinder Sangha on 07739 508312 or contact Kelly Rooke on 07739 508194 to arrange a discussion with Balvinder.
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