Anderson Quigley is delighted to be working once again with Gedu Global Education, the parent company of GBS and GBS Dubai, on the key appointment of a Global Head of HR. Please note, this is a fully on-site role, to be based from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds or Dubai, with an expectation for international travel (European territories mostly).
Who is GEDU?
GEDU is a leading educational institution with a global footprint and a valuable mission: to break down barriers, and empower non traditional student demographics to access high quality education through inspiring and practical programmes, based on cutting-edge educational methodology and technology. Possessing a vision to become a globally respected, trailblazing provider of education, they promote learning as a key driver of socioeconomic progress, whilst maintaining a strong commitment to quality and innovation. With c.30,000 students worldwide, GEDU is fast becoming the challenger education provider of choice for students focused on boosting their careers.
Overview of the role:
The Global Head of HR will lead the development, coordination and successful function of HR Services across all GEDU businesses. This is a critical role that will involve strong advisory support to senior stakeholders based on knowledge of UK and international legislation, both with regards to existing GEDU businesses and future acquisitions. Your responsibilities will include supporting stakeholders, managing caseloads and leading the provision of HR services at group level. You will work group-wide, liaising with subsidiaries to lead future planning and you will also manage the most complex casework, alongside providing overall guidance to the HR function.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced senior HR professional within national and international regulatory and cultural environments, with demonstrated success in delivering high quality operational HR leadership, particularly within fast growth, scaling organisations. Strong knowledge of global employment law and HR compliance is integral to this role, ideally having worked with employees in multiple countries. Also essential is experience of HR Operations, Systems, Processes, Policies and Employee Relations / Casework. Regular UK and international travel is also expected.
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