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ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Talent and Development Project Coordinator

Alexander McQueen - Regular
London - United Kingdom

Innovative, uncompromising, romantic, provocative, upholding the power of emotion and the touch of the human hand: these are all elements that describe the fashion of the house of Alexander McQueen. The brand is synonymous with modern British couture, renowned for its strong identity and celebration of unbridled creativity. Integral to the McQueen culture is the juxtaposition between contrasting elements: femininity and masculinity, fragility and strength, tradition and modernity. Under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, the house produces critically acclaimed collections, driven by unparalleled vision and respect for craftsmanship. Burton was made Head of Design for womenswear in 2000 and was appointed Creative Director in 2010. The luxury brand was founded by Lee Alexander McQueen in 1992. Among the greatest fashion designers of his time, the legacy of his work lives on.

We are currently seeking a Talent and Development Project Coordinator who would work closely with the Talent and Development Manager, wider HR team and other stakeholders within the business to drive projects that will go towards supporting a more engaging and inclusive culture.

Your opportunity:

Reporting to the Talent and Development Manager, this role will be accountable for the execution and delivery of key HR projects. This is a great opportunity for someone wanting to further develop their project management skills within the creative industry, with exposure to stakeholders both internally and externally while contributing towards building a culture of wellbeing and inclusion and ensuring the long-term sustainability of our Inclusion & Diversity  efforts.

How you will contribute:

  • Coordination of key HR projects, from Inclusion & Diversity to Talent Development you will have the opportunity to work on a range of exciting projects.

  • You will be responsible for defining the roadmap and follow-up of actions, including the identification of interdependencies and analysis of the status of projects

  • Review, measure impact and monitor success and continuous areas of development within the projects with an ability to track key performance indicators.

  • You will be accountable for keeping key stakeholders of the projects regularly updated through engaging communications that keep key stakeholders excited about the projects they are involved in.

  • You will have the opportunity to participate in various meetings and working groups to initiate any relevant project work and/or process improvements that may arise as a result.

  • Providing ad-hoc support on other HR initiatives.

Your skills and experience:

  • Experience in change/project management

  • Proven record in delivering and managing complex projects, which require engaging multiple stakeholders

  • Excellent communicator, both written and oral

  • Very versatile, and able to juggle multiple streams of work

  • Ability to drive execution of objectives despite setbacks; to work in a flexible and agile way and be comfortable with ambiguity.

  • Solution finder and action-oriented team player

Why work with us?

This is a fantastic opportunity to become part of a dynamic team with a visionary brand that offers possibilities to learn and grow. Talent development is a managerial principle at Kering and we are committed to fostering internal mobility. Our common vision promotes leadership skills and helps every employee to reach their full potential in a stimulating and fulfilling workplace environment.

Kering is committed to building a diverse workforce. We believe diversity in all its forms – gender, age, nationality, culture, religious beliefs and sexual orientation – enriches the workplace. It opens up opportunities for people to express their talent, both individually and collectively and it helps foster our ability to adapt to a changing world. As an Equal Opportunity Employer we welcome and consider applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of their background. 

  • Full time
  • Europe
  • United Kingdom