The project aims to develop clarity around career paths for staff in professional services across UCL aligned with the core behaviours framework. The objective is to encourage high performance and develop future leaders, helping to retain key staff.
- Project leaders
HR Career Pathways lead and Departmental Administrator, UCL Library Services
I have worked within a number of sectors, which have included Local Government, Higher Education, Further Education, the NHS and Housing over the last 17 years. I current lead the HR department within Library Services.
Specialist areas of HR: Policy, Learning and Development, Resourcing, Reward, Organisational Development, Employee Relation and Management Information.
HR Career Pathways lead and HR Services Advisor, UCL HR
This is my first role in HR, I started as a HR Services Administrator within HR Services. I particularly enjoy the fast pace nature of my role. I have completed my CIPD and look forward to developing my career within HR.
Specialist areas of HR: HR Service Delivery.
- Project members
Zara Chaudhy, Therasa Smith.
- Outline of project
Milestone Completed by Research conducted – external and internal 24 May 2018 Benchmarking exercise 31 May 2018 Initial draft of career pathways document 31 June 2018 Present proposal at the HR conference 6 August 2018
- Measures of Success
Success measure Method assessment Staff retention number increases Analysis of statistical information Reduction in staff turnover rates Analysis of statistical information Number of internal promotions and secondments increased Analysis of statistical information and feedback from relevant members of staff A career framework that is used and valued by the HR community Feedback from those within the HR community