HR Business Partner

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Oakleaf Partnership are recruiting a superb opportunity for an HR Business Partner to work for our client, a Tech & Renewable Energy company based in West London.

You will be a crucial part of the people team, reporting to the People Director, working across all group functions and supporting an emerging and growing part of the business. The business strongly believes in their responsibility to society and the environment and are determined that the business strategy and company behaviour reflects this commitment.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Acting as a strategic HR Business Partner to senior management, consulting on all areas of HR and related issues.
  • Work with the People Director to support driving and implementing people initiatives which will directly impact on improving employee NPS scores
  • Project lead on key strategic people projects across client groups, ensuring projects are delivered collaboratively and with a positive people impact.
  • Embed and promote the values in all people strategies maintaining the culture and people engagement
  • Identifying, recommending, developing and implementing programs or processes to address business needs.
  • Support managers with the delivery of change projects through effective communication, consultation, training and development
  • Establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with internal and external business partners and stakeholders.
  • Lead the continued development of appropriate HR policies, procedures and process and provide the toolkit managers need to deliver the people agenda

As the successful candidate, you will be able to demonstrate:

  • Preferably Graduate calibre and Chartered CIPD qualified.
  • Proven HR Generalist experience gained in a fast paced, progressive environment ideally within a tech or product led organisation.
  • In-depth knowledge of your client group and their business.
  • Ability to design and develop HR strategies to support strategic business goals.
  • Good sound knowledge of employment law and its practical application in a commercial environment
  • Experience of identifying change and implementing successfully.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills both verbal and written, including the ability to communicate business and technical information clearly.
  • Excellent project management, organizing and planning skills.
  • Competitive salary and benefits on offer.

Salary £60,000- £65,000 + Noteable Benefits


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