Assistant Human Resources Manager
Salary: £36,747 - £43,422
The BFI is seeking a new Assistant Human Resources Manager.
The BFI is an internationally recognised cultural body, and the lead organisation for film in the UK. We are a Government arm’s-length body and distributor of Lottery funds for film. We serve a public role which covers the cultural, creative, heritage and economic aspects of film in the UK. Our turnover for this year is c£160m.
We are currently looking at our values and how we work across the BFI, including how we support more agile working and the changes that the Covid-19 pandemic have accelerated in meeting working life expectations and ambitions.
We are looking for someone who is a generalist with an interest in Learning and Development. The successful candidate will support the team and the HR Managers in delivering people-centred generalist support to the wide range of professionals who deliver our activities, from our public programme including film festivals to those who support new talent in the film industry. You will also help us plan development initiatives as we identify our emerging learning needs through using all platforms and available content.
You will have demonstrable experience in delivering all stages of the employee life cycle with an interest in how these can continually be improved and developed to meet our people’s aspirations. We have a number of key initiatives to support including the roll-out of more agile working, succession planning and developing our talent, plus creating different routes into our cultural careers as we further develop our inclusion strategies and practices.
You will be a proactive, client focused professional who will collaborate with peers to deliver high levels of service. CIPD qualified, your approach will reflect best practice HR but with a pragmatic ability to adapt and deliver solutions to sometimes complex employee relations matters.
Your working environment will be both challenging and inspiring. We have around 580 core people plus fixed term, freelancers and volunteers to support our highly varied activities including the London Film Festival, the world’s largest film archive and the funding of film productions to name but a few.
You will enjoy benefits such as our pension scheme, 28-33 days annual leave, tickets to BFI festivals and events, plus many others.
We support diversity and inclusion. Applicants from our under-represented groups, both of under-represented ethnicity and/or those who identify as D/deaf and disabled we guarantee a first interview on meeting our minimum requirements. How we are doing, including our targets, pay gaps and our commitment to Black Lives Matter, can be found here.
The BFI promotes and supports flexible working, including working from home.
For full details and to apply online, browse BFI opportunities.
First interviews will be held on Friday 5 March 2021.
The closing date for this position is 01/03/2021 at 12:00