Associate HR Business Partner

Associate HR Business Partner

  • Location


  • Sector:

    Human Resources

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  • Salary:

    £38k - 45k per year

  • Contact :

    Shweta Prabhakar

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  • Contact phone:

    020 7820 7320

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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A Leading Children's charity based in London are looking for x2 Associate HRBPs. The Associate HR Business Partner will work with service managers to develop and deliver innovative, best practice HR solutions (to include international HR considerations where required) to meet the organisation's objectives, promote the culture and values that foster a positive employee relations environment and ensure fair and respectful treatment of our employees.

Key responsibilities
Undertake casework in order to support service managers in resolving issues within reasonable timescales
Deliver high quality, customer focused HR services to service managers and other customers that meet needs and requirements.
Research, develop and implement innovative HR policies and practices that meet organisation requirements, comply with legislation and contribution to development of organisation and HR Strategy to include international HR considerations.
Build and develop strong working partnerships
Develop and implement appropriate HR solutions
Contributes to the development of the People & Culture Strategy

Person specification
      Knowledge of professional HR practice and procedure gained through significant operational application and delivery which includes demonstrable knowledge of the latest developments and thinking in people management policy and practice. 
Evidence of working knowledge and practical application of employment legislation and trends, to include evidence of its interpretation and application in the resolution of complex people matters, and the interpretation and application of new legislation.
Evidence of ability to research, develop and implement HR policies and practices that drive delivery of organisation priorities.  
Evidence of planning, organising and prioritisation skills to include management of conflicting priorities and working to tight timescales in order to consistently deliver to time and quality  
Evidence of accomplished leadership skills bringing energy and focus to priorities to include ability to drive delivery through others
Evidence of project management skills and application in order to manage delivery of a range of large and/or complex projects. 
Evidence of coaching skills and application to coach and support service managers as well as supporting colleagues on complex matters.
Evidence of analytical skills to include the ability to produce and present clearly articulated, well-structured, concise reports and presentations including the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data in order to inform and influence.