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A career with Women for Women International means working alongside a dynamic, ambitious and passionate team in the UK, US, Germany and our country offices.

We are committed to personal development for our team. You will have the opportunity to attend training workshops for personal and career development, as well as participating in our staff training days and bi-weekly all-staff meetings. With some roles, travel to visit our country offices may also be an option.

What we offer all of our employees:

  • Your work-life balance is important to us, and we offer all our staff the option to work 70 hours over 9 working days and have every other Friday off where possible. 
  • We offer 25 days annual leave increasing by 1 day per year up to a maximum of 30 days, plus bank holidays.
  • It is essential to save for your retirement.  All permanent employees are eligible to join our group pension plan up to a maximum employer contribution of 7%.
  • We work on a hybrid basis, you will be set up to work from home and have the option to work from our office in Borough whenever you want. We enjoy being back in the office a day or two a week to meet colleagues face to face.
  • Your health and wellbeing is important to us and provide our Employee Assistance Programme to help you deal with personal and professional problems that could be impacting your home life or work life.

We are united by common values and ways of working, which we revisit as a team on an annual basis, and all staff participate in creating and owning together. 

While we work remotely a lot of the time, our UK office is currently based in Central London, with great transport links and lots to do in the area. We have Social and Culture Committee, which organises social and well-being activites for the team such as yoga classes, holiday celebrations, drinks and more. As a member of our UK team, you can also participate in or volunteer at our exciting events throughout the year.

For more information on what it’s like to work for us, read the blog about what it's really like working for charity, written by Paulina Stachnik, our Head of Communications for Refinery29.

If you would like further details or if you have any questions, please contact the team on ukrecruitment@womenforwomen.org.

Global People, Capability and Culture Systems Officer

The Global People and Culture Systems Officer is responsible for managing and optimising the organisation's human resource information systems on a global scale.

This role involves ensuring the effective use of People, Capability and Culture (PCC) technology, improving PCC processes and providing analytical insights to support strategic decision-making. The officer will work closely with PCC teams, IT department, and external vendors to enhance system functionality, user experience and data integrity. The Global PCC Systems Officer will have sharp problem-solving and communication skills to undertake a variety of PCC technology systems to support Global PCC projects. You will be part of a hard-working PCC team working across the landscape of People, Capability and Culture functions focusing on the systems component of the full employee lifecycle etc. 

The closing date for applications is Sunday, 16th June 2024  

People, Capability, Culture and Operations Officer

This is an exciting time to join a small and dedicated People, Capability and Culture (PCC) team, focussing on the UK, Germany and Global Initiatives.

The role will be the first point of contact with employees and third-party providers. They will provide advice and support on a number of People and Culture systems, processes, IT and travel. They will undertake a variety of HR and Operations administration duties, in keeping with employment law, charity policies and procedures, to support the UK, Germany (DE) and Global People, Capability and Culture (PCC) Team.

This role with work closely with the Head of PCC & Operations to focus on: 

  • The coordination of recruitment working with the UK and DE hiring managers. This includes job postings, advertisements, PCC prescreening, scheduling interviews and liaising with candidates. 
  • Being responsible for managing the Diversity Monitoring process for all recruitment activities. 
  • Onboarding and welcoming of new recruits; drafting contracts, setting up profiles on BambooHR, ensuring the process is completed in a timely and welcoming way.  
  • Liaise with hiring manager on the new persons induction, set up meetings and have an onboarding pack ready to send and be completed.
  • HR operation projects and initiatives, probation, sick leave, staff development, employee administration, policies and procedures, compliance monitoring and offboarding. 
  • The maintenance of all HR operations electronic systems in the UK and Germany to ensure all information is updated and accurate, and staff understand how to use the system. 
  • Take minutes of meetings as and when required, meeting the deadline in sending out the minutes.   

The role will also focus on office management of the UK Head Office, this includes building and office maintenance issues, Health & Safety Compliance matters and other relevant areas requiring support as required. Be the point of contact for staff office resources, supplies and equipment requirements. 

Application deadline: Sunday, 30th June 2024

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