We are looking for interim HR support to advise, guide and support us through a process of change and transformation. We need a hands-on HR professional or consultant to undertake some specific work, outlined below, over the next 12 months which will contribute to a new business model, embed best practice, and improve organisational culture and ethos.

The successful applicant will need:

  • CIPD qualification or equivalent experience.
  • Strong generalist HR experience, preferably within the public/teaching sector.
  • Good knowledge of TUPE and experience of managing employees post TUPE.
  • Experience of managing redundancies and, ideally collective consultation processes.
  • Up to date employment law knowledge.
  • Strong HR operations/administration knowledge.

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Timescale and fee

We are looking for someone to start with immediate effect, on a fixed term contract of 12 months, £25,000 pa (pro rata, exact hours to be confirmed).

Alternatively, we are open to discussing fee proposals from an HR consultancy for this work.

If you would like to discuss the role in more detail, please contact Laura Worsfold, CEO on [email protected] to arrange a call.

How to apply

To apply please send a proposal of no more than 2 A4 pages outlining your suitability to undertake this contract and send with a covering letter to [email protected]

The closing date for applications is 26 September 2021.

Severn Arts aims to become an organisation in which people of different backgrounds and cultures strive towards the same goals as equals. We treat all job applications equally, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or gender expression, race, ethnicity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other equality characteristic. We are committed to developing a more diverse workforce, widen our perspective and better serve the needs of our community. We particularly encourage applications from disabled people and people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as these groups are currently under-represented in the cultural sector.