Join Anderson Quigley in our partnership with a prestigious London-based university on a mission to find their next interim Group Director of Organisational Development and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OD & EDI). This exciting role is initially for a 9-month term, providing you with an exceptional opportunity to make a meaningful impact while the university progresses toward a permanent appointment.
In this pivotal role, you will be entrusted with driving positive change within the university by conceptualising and executing innovative organisational development and engagement strategies, as well as spearheading organisational design and transformation initiatives aligned with the university’s overarching corporate strategy.
Your responsibilities will extend to championing a transformative vision that positions equality, diversity, and inclusion at the core of the university’s culture. This includes driving workforce transformation to support this vision. Your leadership will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of the university and fostering an environment where all individuals can thrive and contribute to the institution’s success.
As the successful candidate, you will showcase a remarkable track record in organisational development and change management. Your proven ability to think strategically and craft high-impact strategies and plans will be a key asset. Additionally, your experience in leading Diversity and Inclusion initiatives within an academic institution and your demonstrated capacity to bring about meaningful changes will set you apart.
As the successful candidate, you will bring to the table robust analytical skills, enabling you to derive valuable insights from data and make well-informed strategic decisions. Your expertise should extend to defining measurable targets and implementing a rigorous monitoring process to gauge progress effectively.
Furthermore, your background should include a history of successful change management, showcasing your skills in project leadership and adeptness at managing organisational restructures. You will be recognised for your creative thinking and your capacity to tackle intricate problems with innovative solutions, making you a valuable asset to our team.
This is a unique opportunity to lead transformative change, promote a culture of inclusion, and contribute to the institution’s enduring success. If you’re ready to bring your strategic vision, leadership, and innovation to this dynamic role, we invite you to apply and be a part of a passionate team dedicated to shaping the future of higher education.
The closing date for applications is Friday 16th November 2023
Please contact Claire Carter on +44 (0)773 290 0579 or email your expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org