• Full Time
  • UK

We have an exciting opportunity to join one of our FTSE clients as a Team Manager. You will lead and develop individuals and teams working in their Neuro-Diverse Centres of Excellence (NCoE), leveraging their people management processes and tools. This will include staffing, training, supervising, coaching, and performance management. You’ll also be expected to devise strategy around internal client service challenges and maintain strong internal client relationships. In addition to this you will work closely with the People and Operations Lead on all NCoE Recruitment processes. This will include interviewing candidates, setting up and facilitating our week long work simulation “Super Week” and managing the onboarding processes. Your Key Responsibilities Team Management · Oversee operational activities of a UK NCoE team of approximately 8 people, including management & development of NCoE Team Members · Build the team, foster a team environment and sense of belonging for the team – building a psychologically safe space for the team to feel free to be themselves and thrive · Manage NCoE team’s day to day performance, including but not limited to weekly touch points with each NCoE member for status updates, feedback, and career counseling conversations · Collaborate with internal and / or external job coach to provide sufficient support for NCoE members · Manage stakeholder relationships for the team members as needed on the NCoE projects working alongside the NCoE project manager · Ensure successful integration of NCoE to the: · local office by managing relationships with the local and region stakeholders. · global ecosystem of NCoEs to develop an High Performing Team environment & to improve NCoEs end-to-end operational processes · Deliver reporting metrics that highlights NCoE impact · Function as a buddy resource for other new NCoE Team Managers Recruitment · Provide support to People and Operations Leader, developing relationships with external charities, universities and other organisations to help attract potential candidates · Track Pipeline of candidates to ensure people are progressing quickly through the process · Act as a point of contact for candidates in the process to provide updates and answer any questions · Ensure adjustments are in place for a candidate, as required · Conduct interviews with technologists applying to the roles · Co-ordination of Super Week working closely with the People and Operations Lead and Recruitment team · Ownership of all onboarding activities working with the Recruitment and Talent teams Skills/Experience required · A minimum of 5-7 years’ experience in a medium-to-large environment, with direct line management responsibility of a diverse team · Performance management and coaching experience · A good understanding of Neurodiversity at work · A good understanding of recruitment processes and desire to learn more · Strong teaming, leadership, project management, problem-solving and analytical skills · Excellent presentation skills with the ability to summarise essential information for stakeholders · Ability to effectively manage stakeholder expectations, concurrent projects and prioritise multiple tasks with competing deadlines Hybrid working with 1-2 days per week in the Manchester office

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