HR Recruit have another Interim HR Business Partner job vacancy for a London based client handled by our South East team.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an ambitious and forward thinking HR business partner to join a leading charity based in central London. The desired candidate must be immediately available and have at least 2 years HR experience. Employee relations experience is essential.
The key responsibilities of the role
Are to work as a strategic partner to designated teams and areas on a broad range of generalist HR and employee relations issues.
Coaching and empowering managers to manage their staff in line with HR Policies
Drive organisational and local change by taking time to understand business needs and influencing managers to implement initiatives and changes in practice
Deliver a broad range of generalist HR and employee relations services including: Draft and reviewing HR policies and procedures, advise and assist managers on documentation and manage a high volume of complex employee relation cases, attend formal meeting to advise on procedure and record proceedings, advise on workforce planning including structures, restructuring and TUPE
Run regular training and coaching sessions for managers
Develop and maintain effective relationships with recognised Trade Unions, ensuring that managers are made aware of the correct communication and consultation requirements.
Research, plan and deliver on allocated specific HR projects and ensure that they are fit for purpose, fully consulted on and implemented to agreed budget and timescales.
A HR generalist you will have experience of carrying out varied roles and responsibilities including managing complex employee relations issues.
Have experience of working with senior managers to deliver organisational change and implement projects of strategic importance
Be a fully qualified member of CIPD (Chartered MCIPD, FCIPD or CCIPD) or significant equivalent
Have extensive working knowledge of employment law and an understanding of good management practice
Have first rate analytical and written skills with the ability to research, structure and write a variety of documents
Excellent organisational skills with the ability to manage priorities and work to deadlines
You must be flexible and have experience of working in a fast paced environment. Excellent communication skills are a must.
Initially for a 3 month period there is an opportunity for the role to become extended or made permanent for the ideal candidate. This role would suit an experienced HRBP or a HR Advisor looking to progress their HR career.