Head of HR and Organisational Development

My client is a well-established, commercial and innovative electric power transmission operator across the island of Ireland with responsibility for the safe, secure and reliable supply of electricity now and in the future who are currently looking to the market to hire a critical and central role for their group of companies, supporting both the HR operations of the business and enabling the delivery of a challenging business strategy.

As the Head of HR and Organisational Development, you will report to the Director of HR and Corporate Services and work in close partnership to deliver best practice solutions, services and change management supports to business leaders and line managers. Supporting the all-island operation of the business from HQ in Dublin, the role encompasses a breadth of HR and Organisational Development capabilities that includes; Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Organisational Development and Change Management as well as management of the HR Service Delivery function to drive best practice operations processes.

Ideally, suitable candidates will be qualified to degree level and accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development or equivalent and have leadership experience across a range of HR capabilities gained through multiple experiences in more than one organisation as well as the ability to lead the development of a people centric culture where employee engagement is optimised.

You will possess a passion for best practice Human Resource management encompassing drive, tenacity and resourcefulness to thrive in a fast-paced environment. A team player attitude is important and a skillset that showcases creativity, innovation, influencing and adaptability is crucial for success. You will also be an excellent relationship builder and stakeholder manager who is change oriented and resilient.

To learn more apply online or contact Arlene Moran on +353 1 632 1854 for more information.

Salary: €90000 - €120000 Location: Dublin City Centre