The Findhorn Foundation, an internationally renowned centre for spiritual development in northern Scotland, is inviting applications for a key leadership role; Head of Human Resources. Internally, we call it our People Steward as the role has tremendous scope to further the Foundation’s mission, its organisational capabilities and to make a difference in the world.
This is a special opportunity for someone wanting new challenges within a spiritually oriented work environment. If you have the professional HR and people-oriented skills, are a good communicator, and wanting to further your personal development, then please read on!
Reporting to the Lead Steward our Chief Executive, you will become a member of our leadership team and contribute to the development and delivery of the Foundation’s strategies and initiatives. The role ensures we have the people resources we need with the skills, capabilities, and knowledge to help deliver our mission. A mix of leadership, management and direct hands-on delivery, and working with a small team, HR responsibilities include strategy, policies and procedures development; provision of services and professional advice; ensuring compliance with employment law; and enabling learning and development.
We anticipate appointing someone with a strong track record in the HR area, with significant experience in leadership, managing staff, relevant qualifications and ideally with knowledge of the voluntary sector. They will also have the personal attributes and aptitude to apply their knowledge and experience in a way that is consistent with the Foundation’s spiritual principles. We need someone with commitment, willing to join our pioneering efforts and wanting to help bring new possibilities into the world.
The post is an open-ended, full time position and can be offered on a residential or non-residential basis at the Findhorn Foundation. For a role profile and application pack or to request an informal conversation contact Megan at firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for applications is 2 January, 5pm with interviews to be held 9/10 January. The position is available immediately.
Click here to read the FF Annual Report 2019 to learn more about the organisation and the world work of this pioneering center. Or watch the mini video below to enjoy a felt sense of the creative spirit in the community. A few months ago we were visited by Dylan Magaster a young YouTuber from the USA, he made a lovely connection with Ian Turnbull and the result is this delightful video about Ian, the Nature Sanctuary and The Singing Chamber.