Client Director, People and Change

Why Moorhouse? 

Moorhouse is a dynamic consulting firm, focused on unlocking the potential of our people and our clients to amplify the value of change. Clients like what we do but most importantly how we work. We are looking for people to join the rapidly growing Moorhouse team.

We pride ourselves on being proactive, collaborative and straightforward team players. We like to move fast as a team and both honesty and integrity are key to this. In return you will be part of a supportive and high-performing group that shares the workload, looks after each other and celebrates success together. You can be assured of exciting opportunities that will stretch you and equip you with skills, experience and knowledge that can help organisations respond to the turbulence, change and opportunity that will define the future. We don’t do politics, egos or personal agendas – it consumes too much time and distracts us from being successful together.

What are we looking for?

Moorhouse is looking for a competency lead with significant experience in people and change, HR transformation and organisational design to help drive the growth ambitions of our across our sectors. As an area of growth for our business you will be building the capability within our team, leveraging your subject matter expertise across one or more of these competencies to build propositions, develop team skills and the tooling to offer our clients a modern service.

We are interested in candidates who are able to take full accountability for generating and building client accounts, developing long term client relationships, managing profitable engagements. We also expect candidates to combine BD activity with ‘on the ground’ client delivery work. Our Client Directors are members of the Executive Committee and add capability to the operational leadership of the firm, play a key role in business planning and provide inputs to the Moorhouse strategy from a capability perspective.

Potential is what excites us so we are keen to hear from people who want to harness their experience within an organisation that will invest in their professional development from day one. You will be a key member of the service line leadership team and involved in shaping how we run the business so the ability to lead others; shape and influence our continued growth and success as a sector team; and contribute to sales and business development is key.

The successful candidates must be able to evidence:

  • • 10+ years consulting experience, including a minimum of 3 years with one of the larger consulting firms
  • • A CV with a focus on the human impact of business transformation
  • • Strong and relevant sales track record
  • • Proven delivery experience with evidence of having led and grown significant accounts and expertise in people and change competency
  • • Degree qualified with appropriate professional qualifications and accreditations (e.g. CIPD, APMG Change, PROSCI)

What we can offer you:

  • Cash package of circa £200,000 (comprising of £135,000 base and a combination of personal, company and uncapped sales bonuses that are paid every six months)
  • • 25 days annual leave increasing by one day for every full year of service to a maximum of 30 days with the option to buy or sell up to five days of annual leave per year
  • • Life Assurance, Private Medical Insurance, Group Personal Pension Scheme and a range of discounted lifestyle and well-being benefits through Perkbox
  • • A culture where you will not need to compete with others because of promotion quotas or the typical distribution curves that govern performance management in other organisations. We recognise and reward performance consistently and transparently across the firm so that everyone knows where they stand.

Our offices are based near Holborn Circus in central London. We are currently working flexibly, and you will have the opportunity to work from a mixture of the office and home. We have plans to move our office in 2022 to the Liverpool Street area.

Moorhouse is proud to be an equal opportunities employer and our values underpin a working environment that is inclusive for all those who work for us. We are committed to embracing diversity and fostering an inclusive environment – one where colleagues feel comfortable to bring their whole selves to work, contribute ideas, take initiative and be responsible for their impact on others internally and externally.

We are committed to searching for and recruiting the best qualified candidates, placing merit and competence at the core of recruitment decisions. We welcome and encourage applications from all people regardless of any diversity characteristics.

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