Interim HR Consultant

A global Financial Services firm are currently looking to hire an interim HR Consultant to support them on an interim basis.

The interim HR Advisor will be primarily responsible for:

  • Managing the employee life cycle for Corporate Property
  • Providing additional support to theHR team across its key projects, and in particular, ER

Principal Accountabilities:

  • Management of all employee relation issues including, guiding managers through processes in line with policy and procedures, attending meetings, drafting all relevant letters and communications, engaging with union representatives where appropriate and relevant, seeking advice from external employment law firm if required
  • Management of the Corporate Property performance management cycle, including designing and putting in place effective processes and procedures, tracking and monitoring progress and quality assurance
  • Management of the Corporate Property reward cycle, including benchmarking and making recommendations on offers and pay increases, managing bonus recommendations and evaluating reward and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitive
  • Manage and develop the relationship with Unite, the recognised trade union across a range of issues include preparing and leading collective consultation and management of the annual pay negotiation
  • Project management of multiple people change initiatives across Corporate Property
  • Coaching and developing managers, providing advice in complex policy and legal areas to ensure that the organisation fulfils its responsibilities towards employees

Criteria

  • Stakeholder relationship management skills, able to build effective working relationships across a wide range of levels and locations, internally and externally
  • Excellent organisational skills, able to prioritise and manage complex projects and programmes independently
  • Strong employee relations experience including knowledge of TUPE
  • Strong experience in managing relationship with unions
  • Ability to successfully work in a high activity, fast paced environment
  • Ability to handle confidential information and sensitive situations considerately
  • Ability to facilitate conflict resolution and diplomatically diffuse situations
  • Resilient and good problem solving skills
  • Strong knowledge of UK employment law

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