HR Business Partner
- Oakleaf Partnership
- City of London, London
- £45000 - £49000 per annum
- HR Business Partner
- Job Level
- Business Partner
- Not for profit / Charity
- Contract type
Oakleaf Partnership are pleased to be working with a leading education charity who are looking to appoint a HR Business Partner to join their team on a 12 month FTC basis. The role reports to the Lead HRBP and works alongside one other business partner. As part of the people directorate you will provide generalist HR support in areas including employee relations, leadership development and HR best practice. You will play an important role in ensuring that people management issues are fully incorporate into local regional strategy.
To contribute to the development and implementation of HR strategies and policies, ensuring they comply with employment law and best practice,
To work with Regional Directors to develop staffing structures, job roles and contractual arrangements that best meet the changing needs
To assist the Director of People and Organisational Development in the development and delivery of a People strategy aligned to current and future needs.
To lead on specific organisational changes, including trade union negotiation on restructures, job design and conditions of employment where necessary.
To act as an internal expert, providing advice, guidance and practical support to the Regional Directors, Managers and senior staff on all people management and employment law issues including discipline, grievance, attendance and performance management, learning and development, restructure and redundancy ensuring that all processes are conducted in accordance with the ethos and values
To review and improve the provision and use of People Metrics and other management information in order to inform regional development and People priorities.
To be successful for this position you should have previous experience of case management, change management and policy development. You should have strong employment law knowledge and experience of successful project management. To be successful you should also have experience ideally within the education industry or similar.