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Ref no:
INV04136
Published:
17/6/2022
Closes:
3/7/2022
Location:
Municipal Buildings, Clyde Square, PA15 1LY
Salary:
£32,989 - £39,375 per year
Contract Type:
Permanent
Position Type:
Full Time
Work From Home:
Hybrid

Job Description

Organisational Development Officer (1fte) (perm)                   REF: ECOD/64673
Salary £32,989 - £39,375                                
Location: Municipal Buildings, Greenock
Hours: 37 hours per week
Duration: N/A

We are looking for an experienced Organisational Development professional to join our Organisational Development team at an exciting time as we set out our plans to deliver the priorities of our People & Organisational Development Strategy. The post-holder will support and deliver services to our community, partners and colleagues, and the OD team are instrumental in enabling our workforce to achieve this.

The Organisational Development Advisor role is a permanent post based at the Municipal Buildings in Greenock. Hybrid working is an option with a mixture of working from home and the office. 

The duties/remit of the role will be varied as it covers employee relations, trade union consultations and advice to service managers whilst improving our HR policies and procedures which link to our initiatives on learning and development, succession planning, talent development, change management and workforce development and more.

Our priorities for the year ahead will see us focus on the health, safety and wellbeing of our workforce and exploring new ways of fostering a culture that empowers a well-informed and engaged workforce. We will drive and support the transition towards new ways of working, including how we use workplaces, office spaces, equipment, technology and work together to deliver our services.

To succeed in this role, you will require to have Degree or P.G. Diploma in Human Resource Management, or equivalent i.e. relevant CIPD Level 5 (SCQF 9) and have experience of supporting organisational objectives through the development of creative solutions that engage the workforce and enable them to develop their skills. You will have a background in developing, delivering, and evaluating learning and development programmes, including leadership and management development. 

We have a reputation for quiet excellence and in recent years many of our services have been identified as among the best in the country following external evaluation. Inverclyde Council is focusing on making Inverclyde a place which nurtures all its citizens, ensuring everyone has the opportunity to have a good quality of life and good mental and physical wellbeing.

Requirements

Important Applicant Information:

•  Inverclyde Council is an accredited Living Wage Employer paying the Living Wage Rate where required.  Please click the link to `Essential Applicant Information’ below for more information. 

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http://www.inverclyde.gov.uk/jobs-and-careers/working-for-the-council/c…

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Further Assistance
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Armed Forces Personnel/Reservists
Inverclyde Council welcomes applications from former armed forces personnel / reservists. Many of the skills picked up during your military career could be transferred directly into a role with local government.

Disability Confident
We are a Disability Confident Leader and offer a guaranteed interview to applicants who consider themselves to be disabled and who meet the essential criteria for the job.

Flexible Working
We are happy to discuss flexible working opportunities with applicants

Working from Home / Interim Hybrid working

Inverclyde Council comply with all government covid-19 regulations and legislation regarding working from home which is still the default position. Currently many staff are working from home on a partial basis for part of the week. We are also intending to roll out an interim hybrid working pilot from the new year (date to be confirmed) which has a minimum 50% work location attendance if applicable. This can be discussed at interview with the recruiting manager.

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