A key part to the BMA's success is their staff. With offices in all four nations of the UK as well as staff working on the ground in our members' workplaces, the BMA's staff are central to supporting members throughout their careers.
The director of HR is accountable for the development and execution of the organisation's overall people strategy to maximize the performance and talents of its people and to enable the achievement of the BMA's overall business strategy.
Reporting to the chief executive, and as a member of the senior leadership team, the director of HR must be an inspirational leader with the skills needed to lead, motivate and develop others.
The role will also be instrumental in supporting the BMA's people and culture and desire to focus on continued improvement.
The role involves :
design and framework and coach other directorates to implement internal change.
This will include an employee relations strategy and framework, which facilitates forward-thinking dialogue with union partners.
related matters and ensuring effective learning and development solutions to meet business and individuals' needs.
Skills and experience required
It is essential that the successful applicant has demonstrable experience as an inspirational HR Director and a strong academic background.
This will include strategic HR management, reward, ER and organisational design. The director of HR must also be able to demonstrate the following key skills :
Oakleaf Partnership is working on behalf of the BMA to appoint its new director of HR.
The BMA welcomes applications from experienced HR directors from a broad range of backgrounds. This could include but is not limited to Charities, Membership Bodies and Professional Associations, Professional Services or other regulated commercial environments.
Applications should be submitted online to Oakleaf Partnership before the deadline.