Positive Money is a think tank and campaign organisation working to reimagine our money and banking system for the wellbeing of people, communities and the planet. We have offices in London, Brussels and the US, and are part of a growing movement for economic systems change. Our mission is to reform money and banking in order to build a fair, democratic and sustainable economy.
We are recruiting for an International Director of HR and Operations. You will lead our HR function and recruitment across our three offices, as well as supporting our Executive Directors and boards on compliance, governance, and other operational needs across our group. This is a great opportunity for a problem solver and a leader, with experience working on HR and operations across multiple countries. We’re seeking someone with a commitment to progressive HR and operations practices, and to dismantling oppression within them and within our wider work. You will help shape and facilitate the international strategy of a dynamic and progressive NGO that has undergone rapid expansion.
We are open to candidates with the right to work in the UK or EU, as we have offices in both the UK and Belgium.
Contract: The role is for an initial fixed term of 1 year. After a year if the contract is extended, a permanent contract will be offered.
£56,953 per annum + 8% pension contribution (pro rata if working less than full time hours). Rising to £59,043 after 2 years in the role + annual cost of living adjustments.
€63,400 gross annual salary (starting salary) (pro rata if working less than full time hours) + pension scheme of 4.5% of gross annual salary. Automatic indexation of gross salary to cater for inflation.
Hours: Part-time or Full-time (4 or 5 days). Requests for flexible working will be considered.
Benefits: We offer a range of staff benefits including generous annual leave provision and flexible working policy. See the full job description for more details.
Location: Flexible between either our London or Brussels office or working remotely.
Deadline: Closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 5th June
We hope the successful candidate would be able to start in July / August 2023.
How to Apply: Please download and read the full JOB DESCRIPTION for more details on the role, then fill out the APPLICATION FORM in full.
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