Title: Junior HR Business Partner (Perm)
Location: Central London
Salary: £45,000 – £50,000 per annum + car allowance (£4K – £6k) + Bonus
My client, is a leading Professional Services business with employees on the ground across Europe and North America, they are seeking to hire a Junior HR Business Partner. Reporting to the Head of HR Business Partnering, the purpose of this role is to provide full HR support to a key business unit in London and several offices UK wide (circa headcount 800) as part of a team. This opportunity will focus mainly on the London business unit (minimal travel required), supporting a Sr HR Business Partner and working alongside the Jr HR Business Partner responsible on regional offices/ travelling to all sites).
This role requires a Junior HR Business Partner or a very experienced HR Advisor with strong generalist experience able to work at both an operational and strategic capacity.
This is an opportunity to work alongside and learn from a Sr HR Business Partner while still holding your own responsibility in the team. The role involves influencing senior stakeholders in the business, taking on and shaping the HR agenda in the business units advising the heads of department on key HR objectives while also providing guidance to employees on day to day HR queries. You will also be involved in developing change management strategies, translating into development activities and resource and culture plans. You will be involved in all general HR duties including talent pipelining and compensation reviews, managing ER cases, recruitment and talent, running the annual reward process,
The successful Jr HR Business Partner must have experience providing first class HR support within a commercial environment and have a proven track record of delivering results.
This organisation is best characterised as a market leading, you will be working with employees at the top of their professional peer group in a fast paced environment. The successful HR business Partner will thrive in a dynamic and challenging working environment and will always be looking to better and advance the respected HR offering to the business.
Development of change management strategies, translating into development activities, resource and culture plans
Support the UK Head of HR Business Partner on the People Agenda and related initiatives for the business areas
Ensure the delivery of exceptional service to clients in all activities
Drive a high performance culture by challenging management teams to appropriately apply a breadth of performance and development principles when making people planning decisions and strategies
Act as an enabler in building organisational capability through leadership/staff review, talent pipelines and compensation reviews
Take ownership of all employee relations cases, trade union discussions and other areas where HR expertise is required to minimise risk, with the support of the HR Advisor
Act as the employment legal expert and provide timely advice on matters, following-up with managers to make sure their intervention has been successful
Ensure that managers have the tools and access to advice needed; be visible
Work with the Recruitment & Talent Lead with processes to drive the growth of internal capability, progression of key internal talent and cost-effective recruitment of external talent
Run an lead the annual reward process
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Experience working within Real Estate/Financial Services background would be an advantage
Excellent knowledge of employment legislation and strong proven business partnering capability
Client centric, takes a true business partner approach
Creative problem-solving skills, ability to manage complex change issues
Demonstrated ability to develop proven HR programs that align to business strategies
Commercial acumen and a pragmatic approach
A strong team player and ability to see big picture
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate with people of all levels of seniority
Proven track record in leading and managing change programmes
Exemplary people manager
To express your interest in this fantastic opportunity please do not delay in applying with an up to date CV. To discuss the role in more detail call Jyoti Patel at Network HR on .
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