Community Integrated Care's new HR Director, Kerry Tanfield

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Community Integrated Care Appoints HR Director

Community Integrated Care is pleased to announce the appointment of Kerry Tanfield as its new Human Resources Director.

In her role, Kerry will oversee Community Integrated Care’s People Services Team, which comprises its HR, Payroll and Employee Relations departments, as well as leading its Learning & Development function.

Kerry will lead the development of Community Integrated Care’s new Recruitment Strategy and the charity’s preparation for the introduction of the National Living Wage in 2017. Alongside this, she will play a key role in supporting Community Integrated Care’s strategy, which has the vision of becoming ‘The UK’s Leading Health and Social Care Charity’.

Joining Community Integrated Care from The Co-Operative Group, Kerry has over 18 years’ experience working at Director Level in Human Resources, and has worked across a number of diverse sectors including the NHS, Financial Services, Manufacturing and Engineering.

Kerry holds an MBA from the Henley Business School, a Masters Degree in Employment Law from the University of Central Lancashire and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

Kerry Tanfield says: “I’m delighted to join Community Integrated Care at such an important and exciting time in its journey to become the UK’s Leading Health and Social Care Charity.”

This organisation truly has its people at the heart of everything it does, and is dedicated to ensuring that working here is a positive experience. I’m really looking forward to working with as many of our people as possible to make Community Integrated Care a great place to work and a great place for the people we support.”

Neil Matthewman, Community Integrated Care’s Chief Executive, says: “Kerry joins us at a busy but exciting time, as we progress throughout our ambitious strategy. Key to this is having the very best people, delivering the best support possible.”

“I’m confident that having someone of Kerry’s calibre on board will go a long way to help us achieve this. I look forward to working with her on some pivotal projects that will help shape the long-term future of our charity.”

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