Are you ready to play a vital part in one of the biggest transformation projects in the UK?
HMRC is undergoing huge transformational change, which affects all our people now and in the future. We are transforming how and where we work, making use of digital tools and consolidating our workforce into 13 regional centres and specialist sites across the UK.
HR and Communications has a vital role to play. This is a fantastic opportunity for a progressive, innovative HR professional who puts individuals at the heart of everything they do. You will have the opportunity to influence, contribute to and shape HR strategy and enable the largest part of our business to revolutionise the way we provide our services.
As an HR expert you will be critical in helping us to build our future. As we move towards our vision, our workforce will learn new skills; work in different ways and often in different locations around the UK. You will contribute to developing world-class leadership, ensuring our leaders and managers are equipped to deliver our ambitious change management programme.
To be successful in this role you will be an outstanding leader capable of balancing both strategic and operational HR priorities and acting as an advocate for change and whilst having political sensitivity and understanding, with a proven ability to secure the confidence of senior internal and external stakeholders, Board-level colleagues and Chief Executives.
Working with HR expert services colleagues you will shape the approach to organisation design, workforce management and planning, learning and development and the employee proposition.
This is an unparalleled opportunity to enable a workforce of 65,000 people to go through this sort of transformation in an organisation that is crucial to the UK economy and delivery of public services. So come and be part of creating a truly world-class, award winning organisation and build a team, a career, and a legacy you’ll be proud of.
If you’re ready for the challenges of heading up HR within HMRC, please refer to the attached Candidate Information Pack for more information on the role and the application process.
Closing date: 10:00 am, Friday 8th December 2017.