We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring!

Head of Service Delivery

We don’t stand still here at North West Employers. We’re looking for a dynamic Head of Service Delivery to join our new Management Team and be part of something exciting.

If you are passionate about understanding and exceeding customer expectations and are an experienced programme manager, ideally in a commercial consultancy/learning and development setting, then we’d love to talk to you.

You’ll be accountable for developing and delivering high quality, services and solutions across all of our business areas including membership services, HR Employment services, Leadership Development and Assessment Centres.

You’ll have great interpersonal skills to be able to connect with clients, our associates and our internal team. We’re an ambitious organisation and this is a key role in bringing a “can do” attitude and your creative ideas for efficient and effective systems to measure our customer satisfaction and continuously improve our business.

The role will involve some elements of personal delivery, so if you’ve got a flair for delivering events and development activities that are innovative and engaging and want an opportunity to make your mark in a regional organisation that is going places, take a look at the role profile and let’s start the conversation….

Salary from: £30,756.00

Contract: Permanent

Working hours: Full time

Application Deadline: 9 00 am on Monday 20 August 2018

Interview and assessment date: Thursday 30 August 2018

Click here to view the role profile 

Please contact Sharon Senior, Director -Delivery, on 07824 140269 for an informal discussion about the role and scope of activities.

To apply for this role please send your expression of interest outlining your suitability for the role along with your CV to support@nwemployers.org.uk

Please note that this is a regional role and there will be a requirement to travel around the North West for client liaison and delivery.

 

 

 

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