The HR Business Partner will play a key role in delivering HR support to the London based functions of this leading charity, with a small number of international roles included within this. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with key stakeholders to add value to business decisions to support the organisation's goals.
Our client is an international charity based in London
The HR Business Partner will have the following duties:
- Contribute to the HR team's business planning process, and develop solutions to short and long term people challenges.
- Liaise with key stakeholders within the business to deliver practical business solutions.
- Act as a senior member of the HR team, supporting the personal development of junior team members and contribute to the wider growth of the HR function
- Lead on talent and succession discussions with senior business leads, holding regular meetings, and keeping the information up to date for recruitment and performance management discussions as required.
- Partner with the resourcing team on forecasting and monitoring current and future recruitment needs
- Manage the annual and intermittent remuneration processes including the annual review cycle (pay and bonus), and the arrangements for remunerating expatriates.
- Work with the wider HR team in evaluating existing and new roles and in mapping against existing job bands together with the salary and bonus processes.
- Lead the annual performance management process for the assigned stakeholder group
- Directing or advising managers on people management and employee relations issues
- Participate in the implementation and delivery of relevant projects in line with the HR strategy.
- Work with the wider team on the development of HR policies and procedures
We're looking for an HR Business Partner with the following qualities:
- Previous experience at business partner level in a global organisation
- Significant experience of managing multi-national terms and conditions including expatriate employment arrangements and remuneration
- Excellent working knowledge of UK legislation in relation to UK employment, plus a broader knowledge of employment legislation outside the UK
- Project management and change management experience (restructuring, outsourcing, redundancy)
- Commercial acumen and a general interest in business operations
- Self-directed, with strong prioritisation skills
12 Month FTC, salary from £40-47k + benefits DOE