HR Business Partner

Reporting to a Head of Department in the London HR Team, the HRBP will

partner with a specific client group in Cleveland Clinic London to provide direction and support with the

HR agenda

Client Details

A leading private healthcare business based in Central London.


Job responsibilities:

* Support, guide and challenge business leaders with their HR agenda and

* Applies understanding of the business unit to develop action plans for appropriate response

* Makes recommendations on identified opportunities for process improvement

* Reviews and analyzes human resources metrics on productivity, turnover, vacancy rates, patient

satisfaction, employee engagement, etc., to identify trends and proactively assesses the work


* HR Operations: Supports organizational change, taking a leading role with any re-organizatons

* Consults with management on complex employee relations issues and assists management with

assessment of performance deficiencies and development of plans to address issues

* Talent: Leads talent management initiatives which focus on careers branding, attracting,

recruiting and developing talent; aligns, engages, measures and rewards performance; while

controlling people costs

* Leadership & Development: Participates in leadership development and assessment process,

identification of high potentials, and succession planning efforts.

* To design, deliver and evaluate training sessions within the Cleveland Clinic London (CCL)

learning framework



* BA / BSc Degree preferred but not essential


* CIPD Level 7 Qualification desirable

Work Experience:

* Demonstrable experience of working in a complex HR function at 'Partner' level or equivalent

* Demonstrable track record of progression within the relevant HR Specialism- Reward, Talent,

L&D or HR Operations/ Employee Relations

* Demonstrable experience of managing projects and delivering successful outcomes

* Previous experience of working within private healthcare (desirable)

Complexities of Work:

* Flexibility and pragmatism and the ability to deal with ambiguity

* Demonstrable experience of developing innovative approaches to complex problems.

* Experience in designing and project managing integrated learning solutions - concepts,

principles, practice and thought leadership

* Excellent written and oral communication skills, with the ability to present clear, well-structured

reports and briefs.

* Requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal


* Must be able to work in a pressurised environment and take appropriate action.

Job Offer

£50,000 - 53,000 plus benefits.

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