• Full Time
  • UK

Reed HR are working with an Education Institute based in Central London to recruit a HR EDI Projects Officer on a full time, Permanent Contract. Pay rate will be 40000 – 46000 per annum. The main purpose of this role will encompass project managing EDI and other staff-related workstreams and projects within the remit of the HR department. This role will translate and shape HR strategy to support school requirements and contribute proactively to the development and management of operational plans using accurate and relevant data and management information. Some of the roles and responsibilities of this position are as follows: • Work closely with HR Management Team, EDI Office, EDI groups, networks and committees and the School’s Executive Team to create and maintain an evidentially diverse and healthy workforce, equipped with skills and behaviours that promote EDI across the institution. • Provide expert EDI advice to HR teams on the employee lifecycle including recruitment, career progression, operational activities, change programmes and staff training to improve the quality of EDI guidance and advice across HR services and activities with staff. • Working closely with the Communications & Engagement team and relevant others, to ensure effective strategic communication and stakeholder engagement across EDI and other areas of responsibility. • Ensure recommendations to improve performance in EDI, staff wellbeing and other staff initiatives more widely are pragmatic and evidence based, working with HR Management Team members, HR Partners and relevant others to implement changes at policy, process and service level. • Lead on collation, and where necessary, submission of pay gap data (i.e., gender pay, ethnicity pay etc), presenting data and reports to the HR Management Team, Executive Team and EDI Committees, including recommendations on how to make improvements in these areas (and support delivery and imbedding of these recommendations). The HR EDI Projects Officer will apply and promote diversity, wellbeing and other staff initiatives. Leverage new opportunities to embed equality and wellbeing related research and evaluation into the experiences of staff and students across leadership and management communities.

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