We have an exciting opportunity for an HR Advisor who will be responsible for providing a comprehensive and professional HR advice and support service for managers and staff covering the breadth of the employee life cycle on the full range of people management issues, policy and procedures. Our ideal candidate will be a champion of inclusivity, diversity and wellbeing; experienced in providing day to day operational HR advice in both charity and commercial settings and will be a confident communicator. We are looking for someone who will help us grow and develop policies, procedures and general HR practice, contributing to Broadway’s ambition to become a value-led organisation.
Broadway, Nottingham is nationally recognised as the cultural leader for independent cinema, arts and technology in the Midlands, offering creative learning, talent pathways and excellent customer experience to inspire future generations to have a lifelong love of film. We welcome over 200,000 visitors each year to our diverse programme of independent British, international and screen classics, film industry guests, film courses, special one off events, live theatre, music and opera broadcasts. Broadway’s wider role includes the development of new talent and is home to a number of filmmakers, now receiving international recognition for their work. As the lead organisation for the British Film Institute (BFI) supported Film Hub Midlands, Broadway is responsible for the delivery of BFI Major Programmes, is the regional base for BFI NETWORK Talent Executive and offers a BFI Film Academy for 16-19-year olds keen to enter the film industry.
Find out more and apply at broadway.org.uk/jobs-opportunities
Contact NameDan Wright
Start Date15th March 2020
Closing Date3rd April 2020