Working at City YMCA, London is a rewarding, demanding and enriching experience that leaves a significant mark in everyone's career history.
We have almost 100 employees who are always willing to go an extra mile to ensure that their work contributes to the achievement of the organisational mission to help young people build a future.
Working at City YMCA, London is a challenging and exciting experience!
All of our current job vacancies are displayed below. Please take the time to read the full job specification and to download the Equal Opportunities Form and Application Form.
HR Business Partner
Type of Contract: Permanent
Location: All London Boroughs City YMCA, London operates in.
Reporting to: Director of Finance & Business (DF&B)
Hours: 35 hours per week (excluding breaks) Occasional weekend working may be required to accommodate the needs of weekend staff and TOIL policy will apply on these occasions.
Annual Leave: 28 Days per annum including public holidays
Salary: Grade F1, £32,807 (2019-20 financial year)
Job Purpose: Manage a pro-active, progressive and innovative HR function. Manage the implementation of HR strategy. Facilitate the achievement of business objectives and drive forward organisational performance.
DOWNLOAD: JOB DESCRIPTION
To Apply:Send your CV with a covering letter stating how you meet the essential requirements for the role to: email@example.com
Closing date for applications is: 19.7.2019
Proposed Interviews: 29.7.2019
In late Autumn 2019 City YMCA London will be opening a new 146 bed home in Islington at Errol Street. We will be doubling the staff team in anticipation of this expansion. We will be recruiting new housing staff to run support services for homeless young people.
If you would like to express an interest in these future positions then please email our HR team at firstname.lastname@example.org who will add you to an expression of interest list and email you a full list of job opportunities laster in the year.
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We undertake to work closely with local people, business, employers and other voluntary and community groups, churches, other faith groups and partners to build a more tolerant, compassionate and respectful place in which we all can live and work.
We value a diverse workforce and recognise the important role it has in promoting and encouraging tolerance, fairness and equality and in influencing others.
We pride ourselves on having a learning and development culture where staff delight in their personal and professional growth whilst in our employment.
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