Monday, February 1, 2016

It's still a project

BBC television production staff will be delighted to see that Auntie is advertising for an HR Project Manager (Studios) on a fixed term contract, to help deliver the new division by April 2016. Skills required include "interpreting and representing key HR policies, such as redundancy and reorganisation".

How many of the estimated 2,000 staff involved will make the two-phase transition, first to a new division, then to the new commercial subsidiary ?  So far, there's no record of a UK indie, no matter how mega, with that number of employees...

The HR job is graded G9, in the new, all-secret Valerie Hughes D'Aeth structure. There's no indication of salary level in another ad, for a Change Manager to work with BBC Television (or, presumably, what's left of it, after Peter Salmon leads the swim upstream.) We are told "In the run up to Charter Renewal, BBC Television is anticipating an unprecedented level of change right across its business", and the successful candidate will "design the change journey to deliver the vision."  I will not be applying, as I have no "professional change or project management accreditation" nor am I "committed to acquire one." Anyway, all the good stuff is on this blog, and they can have it for free.

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