|Location:||Oxford, Work from home|
|Salary:||£50,300 to £58,284|
|Placed On:||25th January 2023|
|Closes:||20th February 2023|
People and Organisational Development, Human Resources, Oxford city centre, with a flexible approach to remote working
About the Role
A fantastic opportunity to shape the University’s approach to and provision for developing leaders and leadership. The role will also act as the Lead Organisational Development Consultant, identifying institution wide themes and priorities, guiding and setting goals for the wider team.
The individual will play a major role in establishing new expectations and a refreshed service to the University as part of the POD senior leadership team.
The role will lead an extensive review and refresh of the University’s leadership development provision, play a fundamental role in the introduction of succession planning and talent management at the university as well as guide the formation of a leadership community for knowledge sharing and practice development amongst the University’s most senior leaders.
The role will be leading a small team of Organisational Consultants working to support a diverse range of departments, divisions, institutes, and teams from across the university.
You will be designing, development, piloting and rolling out institution wide initiatives that you will have developed in collaboration with multiple stakeholders as key priority.
You will be leading on the design, development, evolution, and delivery of multiple high-profile people development programmes.
You will be a motivated, creative problem solver who enjoys co-creation and stakeholder engagement to produce the highest quality, research based and impactful interventions. You will see the big picture, being able to think systemically about how to yield sustainable change.
You will have experience of extensive stakeholder engagement in complex, devolved environments and a passion for leadership and learning. You will be excited at the opportunity of joining POD at this exciting stage in its lifecycle and ready to become an active and engaged member of a truly high performing, close knit team.
We are committed to equality and valuing diversity. Applications are particularly welcome from black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in posts in Oxford.
Please contact the Head of POD, Alice Chilver (email@example.com) for an informal chat about the role.
Only applications received before 12:00 noon on Monday 20 February can be considered.
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