The Fitzwilliam Museum aims to offer an inspiring experience of art and culture from antiquity to the present day to the widest possible audiences. Through the excellence of its scholarship, displays and public programmes, the Museum strives to make a major contribution to the cultural life of the communities it serves. It fosters a working environment in which people are motivated to give of their best, knowing that their contribution will be acknowledged, valued and supported.
Reporting to the Assistant Director, Central Services, you will provide strategic Human Resources advice, guidance and support to the Senior Management Team.
Both directly and in liaison with University HR Business Team, you will ensure that University policies and procedures are adhered to and that the Museum complies with employment legislation and best practice. Working closely with line managers, you will provide comprehensive Human Resources management service to the Museum's workforce which includes staff, volunteers, interns, placements, work experience students, apprentices, visiting scholars and students who work over a seven day period. Excellent collaborative people management, organisational skills, demonstrable practical experience of day to day management and negotiation, plus the ability to coach and inspire others are all critical requirements, and experience of working with volunteer and apprenticeship schemes in the not- for- profit sector is highly desirable. You should ideally hold a first degree and be CIPD qualified or be able to demonstrate significant HR experience and have a good knowledge of employment law and good employment practice.
An interest in the museums and cultural sector is welcomed.
Planned interview date: 8 December 2017
Offers of employment will be conditional upon the satisfactory outcome of a Basic Disclosure check via Disclosure Scotland. Whether an outcome is satisfactory will be determined by the University.
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