|Salary:||£14,802.50 to £18,012 pro rata the full time salary of £29,605 - £36,024|
|Placed On:||17th November 2023|
|Closes:||3rd December 2023|
The Role and the Department
People are the most important asset of Durham University and our Human Resources and Organisation Development (HROD) Department is pivotal in ensuring that we attract, recruit, develop, reward and retain the very best talent from across the world into our University community. Building on our bold and ambitious University Strategy, a key role of HROD is to secure the University’s strategic aim, ‘to be a world leading employer’ by ensuring that our staff can reach their full potential. The HROD Department plays a lead role in creating a working environment for our staff (and potential staff) which is supportive, stimulating and informative which provides for creative and innovative employment practices and opportunities. Our aim is to make sure that Durham University is a great place to work.
Further information about the role and the responsibilities is at the bottom of this job description.
What you are required to submit:
For a chat about the role or any further information please contact Claire Hunter Head of Organisation Development Business Partnering claire.
This role may be considered as a development role at a Grade 6. The successful candidate will have the ability and potential to develop the organisation development attributes and skills at Grade 7 by undertaking a development plan. The development plan will be created in conjunction with the successful candidate, focusing on the requirements of the Grade 7 role, and taking into account their individual needs. This plan will be regularly reviewed and form the basis of the assessment to move to the Grade 7 role, the length of the development period will be discussed and agreed on appointment of the successful candidate.
While undertaking the development role the post-holder will undertake the role requirements of a Grade 7 Organisation Development Advisor the job description for which is available here. Upon successful completion of the development programme and plan, the post-holder would move to the Grade 7 post (Organisation Development Adviser),
If the post-holder is unable to meet the full requirements of the Grade 7 post at the end of the development process, subject to performance, they may be retained in the Grade 6 post.
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