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The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is the UK’s independent regulator of advertising across all media. Playing an important role in regulating the advertising that we see all around us on a day-to-day basis, our purpose is to make advertisements responsible and our ambition is to make every UK ad a responsible ad.

In late 2023, we finalised our new five-year strategy, ‘AI-Assisted Collective Ad Regulation` which set out our strategic decisions in areas including operational transformation, the Planet, and collective ad regulation. We also committed to putting people, especially the vulnerable, first, and to making sure we have the best people working with us.

We think the ASA is a great place to work! However, don’t just take our word for it. In our last employee survey in which 97% of our employees took part, a whopping 90% of our staff said they ‘believe their work is important and valued by the ASA’, and 82% said they were ‘proud to tell people’ that they work for the ASA.

But we’re not complacent. We know we can always do better and that high levels of employee wellbeing, belonging and engagement have never been more important to our staff and therefore our business.

Which is why we are now seeking an exceptionally capable and experienced individual to join us as our new Talent Manager.

In this newly created role for the ASA, our new Talent Manager will play a pivotal role in influencing, shaping and implementing key initiatives of our new People Strategy which will shortly be finalised and will set out our planned direction of travel in areas such as recruitment and retention, learning and development, culture and EDI. As the ASA’s Talent expert you will work closely with our Senior Leadership Team to identify and understand our current and future Talent challenges and opportunities and create a compelling Employee Value Proposition and Talent strategies that align with the organisation’s goals and objectives.

We are seeking a highly credible and experienced specialist with a demonstrable evidence-based approach to practice and expertise in one or more related disciplines, such as Organisational Development, Culture, EDI or Talent Management. Importantly, we a seeking a bold and ambitious problem solver who can lead and influence strategic thinking and who can engage, motivate and enable colleagues at all levels in the delivery of a high-performance culture.

The ASA is committed to being a diverse and inclusive organisation and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, disability, gender reassignment, gender identity or expression, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race (including colour, nationality, ethnic and national origin), religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.

We operate a hybrid working model and office attendance is required 40% of your contracted hours.

Working Hours: 35 per week – Full or Part Time (minimum 0.6 FTE)

To find out more about please download the recruitment pack from this page.

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