We have two exciting positions open at the FSRH. Read on to find out more.
Head of HR (Part-time, c£50K per annum (pro rata c£30K per annum), hybrid)
Are you an experienced, and hands on, HR Professional looking for an exciting new opportunity for a leading charity in sexual and reproductive Healthcare?
Due to increased business need and growth, the FSRH now seeks its first in-house HR lead.
Reporting to the Director of Finance and Operations, the Head of HR will be on the senior management team working closely the Chief Executive to advise and lead on all HR matters. You will be required to plan and deliver all HR polices and processes.
As the FSRH is a small organisation, this sole HR role requires someone extremely hands on, highly organised and experienced in all aspects of HR from strategy planning to implementation, people management, recruitment, pay and reward, job design, learning and development and employee relations.
Experience of working as a senior level HR professional is essential. You will be fully conversant with employment law and best practice, be able to provide HR advice to senior leaders and work independently in a fast-paced environment.
Until now the organisation’s HR has been provided through an outsourced arrangement, and whilst you will be required to work solely on all HR matters, excellent communication skills and developing collaborative, effective working relationships are essential to liaise with colleagues and any third-party suppliers.
CIPD qualification and membership is essential, as is evidence of continued professional development.
This role is offered 21 hours per week (exact pattern to be agreed but to be worked over 3, or 4 days, ideally to include a Wednesday). We are looking for someone to start in January 2023.
Please see the full job description for further details.
How to apply
To apply, please share your CV and a covering letter (no more than 2 pages) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your cover letter should outline why you are applying for the role, how you meet the person specification criteria, you ideal working pattern and your notice period.
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 30th November at 9am. Interviews and assessments are to take place on 13th December 2022.
We value diversity, promote equality and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds.
External Affairs Communications & Policy Manager (Six-month interim role, Renewable)
About the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) is the leader in the field of sexual and reproductive healthcare, and we are the voice for professionals working in this area. As a multi-disciplinary professional membership organisation, we set clinical guidance and standards, provide training and lifelong education, and champion safe and effective sexual and reproductive healthcare across the life course for all.
The remit of the External Affairs Team is to influence policy and practice through evidence-based advocacy as well as to raise awareness of SRH among the public. It aims to develop policy, build partnerships in order to enhance influencing ability, and provide external communications inclusive of media relations in order to promote the goals set out in FSRH’s Hatfield Vision and Strategic Goals 2020-2025 through the promotion of the highest standards in the field of SRH.
About the role
Please see the job description for further details.
This role is an initial 6 month interim role, but may be renewed, following development of a new Target Operating Model in 2023 for FSRH’s External Affairs and Communications ambitions.
This role plays an integral part in helping produce and develop the outputs of the External Affairs team, while advising on FSRH strategic issues where appropriate. The activity of the role is divided equally between the management of FSRH’s external-facing media and social media functions, and undertaking policy, influencing and other public affairs activity inclusive of ensuring the FSRH Hatfield Vision achieves its aims to improve reproductive healthcare for all.
We are looking for a bright individual with an interest in healthcare policy and a passion for improving society. A background in PR, social and other media disciplines, policy, public affairs, campaigning, as well as proven project management and events experience is highly desirable. Excellent writing skills are essential, as is a broad understanding of communications techniques to engage policy makers and the general public around the issues that clinicians and the public alike face.
We offer a flexible working pattern, including hybrid working to suit the individual, with the option of working in the offices of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London Bridge, where we are situated. We also offer a package that includes a first-class pension scheme, generous annual leave and a season ticket loan.
Please see the job description for further details
The closing date for applications is Sunday 13 November.
A CV & covering letter (2 pages max) should be sent to IsabelleRowse@dittonhr.co.uk