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People Ops Lead - Media

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £60000 - £70000 per annum
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 26 days ago

  • Sector: HR | culture | talent
  • Type: hybrid
  • Contact: Maggie Ochman
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  • Expiry Date: 06 July 2022
  • Job Ref: BBBH98436

Amazing opportunity to join an iconic media company who are on the lookout for an ambitious and switched People Operations Lead to join the London based People Team.

The role will be responsible for supporting the design, implementation and optimisation of people processes across both their London offices. You'll work on a number of exciting strategic projects across various aspects of the employment lifecycle with the main focus of the role to ensure an excellent administration service is provided to their people.

You'll be part of a collaborative and friendly People team, who aim for excellence and deliver the best experience for all our employees. The role will report directly to the People Director.

They recently implemented Workday so any experience with this system is ideal! They want this person to look at how best to utilise Workday alongside looking at their current processes, comp & bens, payroll - everything ops focused!

The ideal candidate will be hands-on, someone who is very familiar with the employee lifecycle and a natural problem solver. You'll be expected to implement new processes and improve existing ones. They are looking for a people-focused and results-driven individual who is passionate about delivering a best in class service.

This role will also have 4x direct reports (HR & Talent Coordinators), therefore some management experience is ideal. If you have also worked within a global matrix organisation then this is a bonus!

If you like making constant improvements and striving to be at the top of your game, this is the role for you!

Handle actively welcomes applicants from under-represented backgrounds - we pride ourselves on attracting the best talent for every opportunity through a commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.