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  • VP Talent and OD - FTSE50 - £90,000-£130,000

    Electronics

  • Permanent

  • Location

    London

  • Salary

    £90K - £120K

VP Talent and OD - FTSE50 - £90,000-£130,000, London, Electronics, £90K - £120K

VP Talent Management and Organisational Development
£90,000-£130,000 + Bonus
London
Permanent
FTSE50

A Global FTSE50 company based in London are looking for a VP of Talent Management and Organisational Development to join them on a permanent basis in their head office.
This role will have the responsibility of overseeing and implementing the strategy of the global Talent and Organisational Development agenda.

The role will report into the Head of HR of this business and act as the go-to person to implement a global Talent and Organisational Development Strategy. This company define Talent as a role where you have a full understanding of full cycle talent management from retention, identification, assessment, and most importantly, development.

The role will need someone who has excellent stakeholder relationship and management skills due to the nature of the role and the level of seniority of the global stakeholders. A background from a complex, matrix organisation previously is desirable and someone who understands how to manage a team across multiple global regions.

This is an excellent role for someone looking for autonomy, global scope and exposure, and someone who wants to make a real impact on a business going through an amazing phase of success and positive change and transformation.

Please contact Jack Biddulph who is leading this search on 02030312468 or email jack@annapurnahr.com

Annapurna are working as an exclusive recruitment supplier with regards to this vacancy.

VP Talent Management and Organisational Development
£90,000-£130,000 + Bonus
London
Permanent
FTSE50

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Jack Biddulph

Jack Biddulph

Organisational Design, Learning, and Talent Development Consultant

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