|Published||August 31, 2022|
|Location||London, United Kingdom|
|Job Type||Full Time|
Hours of work: 50% part-time (16 hours, Mon-Thu) Salary range: USD $40,000-$60,000 full-time equivalent (USD $20,000-$30,000 for 50% part-time)* + Benefits
*We are in the midst of a compensation review, putting in place our first globally standardized job tier/pay scale. This range may be subject to change as a result of that process.
- 4-day (Monday-Thursday) work week. We do not work on Fridays.
- We are a fully remote global team.
- Paid time off (including 25 vacation days per year; pro rata for part-time employees).
- Employer contribution to pension/retirement savings.
- Income insurance.
- Health/medical insurance (varies by country).
- “Work At Home” and “Learning & Development” allowances.
About Equal Measures 2030 (EM2030):
EM2030 is a collaboration of national, regional, and global leaders from feminist networks, civil society, international development, and the private sector. We connect data and evidence with advocacy and action on gender equality, to transform the lives of women and girls and realize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
It is more than 25 years since 189 countries committed to the Beijing Platform for Action by advancing women’s rights. And we have less than 10 years until the 2030 deadline for achieving the SDGs and their promise of gender equality.
But Equal Measures 2030’s SDG Gender Index shows that not a single country has yet achieved gender equality.
Our Strategic Plan 2020-2025 is founded on the belief that data can expose gender inequality and injustice, motivate change, and drive accountability. From 2020 to 2025, working with women and girls and across feminist organizations and movements, Equal Measures 2030 will catalyse change through data-driven advocacy aimed at holding governments and policymakers accountable.
Rapid change on gender equality is possible. Join us to help make it happen.
About this role:
This is a newly created position at EM2030 as the organization has recently transitioned to become a fiscally sponsored project of Panorama Global and now has greater control and responsibility for HR policies, procedures, and ways of working. EM2030 is also entering a period of growth, with several upcoming recruitments planned.
This is an exciting time to get involved; the EM2030 HR Manager will have the unique opportunity to set up the HR function, whilst working closely with the EM2030 Executive Director, Head of Finance and Operations, our colleagues at Panorama Global, and other stakeholders (including Mauve Group, our current Employer of Record supplier in several countries).
Reporting to the Executive Director, the HR Manager will be responsible for setting up, implementing, and maintaining the full life cycle of HR processes and procedures, supporting upcoming recruitments, and acting as the HR focal point for our globally-based, remote team (currently 12 employees and expected to grow to around 20 employees in the next year). The HR Manager will oversee policy development, setting up and maintaining our new HRIS (Bamboo HR), recruitment practices, performance management, retention, onboarding and offboarding, employee relations, total rewards, and compliance.
We are looking for someone with proven experience, with a mix of strategic vision and process-focused thinking, and someone who can deliver at an operational level. We are looking for an HR Manager with a deep understanding of and commitment to Feminist and Anti-Oppression values and principles, and who can help us to ensure these are integrated across our HR policies, procedures, and ways of working. This role is hands on, flexible, responsive, and perfect for someone who would enjoy working with a small (but growing!), collaborative, Feminist, global team.
What you’ll do:
- Review existing HR policies, procedures, and standards and (working closely with the Executive Director and other stakeholders) consolidate, update and refine a final set of core HR policies, procedures and standards: o Disseminate policies, procedures, and standards amongst team members and provide training and guidance as needed
- Provide a comprehensive administrative HR support service across EM2030 on all day-to-day HR functions including, but not limited to, monitoring holiday and sickness, staff training, recruitment, induction and leave processes
- Set up and manage the new HRIS (Bamboo HR) and ensure data accuracy, prepare dashboards, reports and use analytics to inform decisions: o Compile “total compensation” information and documentation from across EM2030, Panorama Global, and Mauve Group information sources as needed
- Support with development and implementation of new global compensation policy (underpinned by our Feminist values), including standardizing job tiers and pay scales
- Support with recruitment processes for upcoming/immediate recruitments as needed; Design, implement, and manage full recruitment cycle for future recruitments
- Design and oversee performance management policies and processes
- Oversee onboarding and offboarding and continually refine and enhance processes
- Analyse individual and cross-team training and development needs and identify suitable courses and providers to support with these; this will include advising employees on how to make best use of their Learning & Development Allowance budget
- Establish regular mechanisms to hear from employees and work with the Management Team to increase employee engagement and job satisfaction
- Provide ongoing counsel and coaching on HR matters to staff including talent management, performance management, professional development, conflict management, HR policies and best practices
- Work closely with the Executive Director to strategise about HR considerations, in line with the objectives laid out in our strategic plan (which may include efforts to build our staffing pipeline, strengthen knowledge and skills across the team through job rotations, training, etc.)
- Act as a trusted and respected colleague, resource and sounding board to all staff for people issues and challenges
- Act as a team and culture builder who values and instils justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout all EM2030 HR policies and practices; implement DEI and Anti- Oppression practices in all HR functions (including recruitment, compensation and benefits, performance management, etc.)
- Act as lead Data Protection Officer
- Coordinate with Panorama Global, the Mauve Group, and other stakeholders regarding EM2030 HR matters, as needed
Knowledge, skills, and/or experience you’ll need:
- Generalist experience in human resources
- Experience providing HR support in the non-profit sector and demonstrated experience instilling justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout an organisation’s policies and practices
- A flexible and solutions-oriented approach, including the ability to support a small but complex team working across many geographies (working closely with other HR and compliance experts at Panorama Global and Mauve Group)
- Experience of managing and prioritising a diverse workload and multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines.
- An entrepreneurial style and the ability to work on your own initiative, whilst balancing the need for collaboration and escalation of key issues as required
- Experience of using IT solutions and programs (e.g. MS Office - Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Teams; Sharepoint and OneDrive; Zoom) and other office products to an advanced level
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills, with the ability to deal with a wide range of people, either by phone, email or face-to-face in a friendly but professional way
- Experience of establishing strong working relationships with colleagues from different countries, organisations, functions, and levels with a collaborative style
- Commitment to keeping administrative elements of HR in good order and up to date
- Demonstrated commitment to Feminist, Anti-Racist and Anti-Oppression values and principles, and to decolonising work in the International Development sector
- Able to work remotely effectively, including across time zones, whilst managing work/life balance.
- Fluency in written and spoken English
- Experience supporting a globally-dispersed, remote team
- Experience with Bamboo HR HRIS
What we offer:
Our team is collaborative, friendly, flexible, and based in different countries all around the world.
We have been improving our remote working approaches, systems, and tools since our founding in 2017, and are committed to making EM2030 a great place to work no matter where in the world our team members are located. We are powered by our values and principles, not just in “what” we do but also in “how” we do it:
- We are guided by feminist principles and a belief in the importance of gender justice
- We are collaborative and believe in the power of women’s collective action
- We are rigorous in our analysis and transparent about our methodology and approach
- We are outspoken
- We listen and learn
We recognise that it is people that will enable us to reach our vision and mission. We aim to offer a wide range of benefits as outlined above.
How to apply
Please submit in English, a current CV, along with a cover letter explaining how you meet the requirements of the role, and how you would contribute to EM2030’s vision and mission. Please include “HR Manager” in the subject line of the email and submit