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HR Transformation Manager

  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 7 days ago

  • Sector: Operations
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  • Start Date: 11 May 2022
  • Expiry Date: 10 June 2022
  • Job Ref: JN -052022-43142

Role Title: HR Transformation Consultant, Group HR

Role purpose

Accountable for the successful delivery of HR priority programs, in this case:

• ensuring that all countries update their flexible working policies and guidance documentation, in line with a new Group framework by end of 2022.

• Support employee engagement initiatives and communications campaigns to increase awareness and adoption of flexible working arrangements, which the new policy enables

What you’ll do:

Accountabilities for Business, Customers, and Stakeholders

• Ensure implementation across the HR portfolio is effectively managed, including any additional Change processes.

• Ensure clear and concise plans are in place and that these are clearly aligned with the strategy.

• Detailed monitoring and reporting on the projects assigned, and highlight through governance when initiatives are at risk of or go ‘off track.

• Prepare and deliver presentations and updates to key senior stakeholders.

Leadership & Teamwork

• Support a positive work culture within the HR Transformation function based on respect for people, the integrity of actions, creativity, and collaboration leading to increased productivity

• Collaborate with all relevant stakeholders – inside and outside of the department – working closely with wider functional, regional, and business line teams, building strong relationships, ensuring consensus, and effectively influencing outcomes

What you will need to succeed in the role:

Functional Knowledge

• Knowledge of HR departments and Global Service Owned areas / HR CoEs, including HR core platforms and processes


• Strong understanding of HSBC Group structures, values, behaviors, processes, and objectives

• Good understanding of and proven experience in change and delivery methodologies e.g project management or Agile, in the context of transformation

• Knowledge of key project risks and considerations

• Knowledge of the external environment – regulatory, political, competitors, etc.

• Knowledge of the Global businesses and broad understanding of the role of HR in an organization

Knowledge of and experience in one or more of these areas:

• Experience in change management (i.e. managing people and organizational risks and changes that may occur as a result of implementing transformation projects/programs)

• Experience in design, including understanding and ideally experience of the application of Design Thinking methods (workshop design and facilitation, development of personas and experience journey mapping, etc.).

• Experience in developing and implementing ways of working to promote agile HR and associated design methods and tools.