HR Advisor (Business Partner)
Job Role Summary
We are the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company in the world, using technology and innovation to help meet the world's growing energy needs. We hold an industry-leading inventory of resources and are one of the world's largest integrated refiners, marketers of petroleum products and chemical manufacturers.
Our HR Advisor position at Fife Ethylene Plant (FEP) offers a great career development opportunity for a HR professional seeking a diverse and highly influential role. The role is the only HR position located at FEP so it is one of variety and challenge, but this also makes it a great opportunity to build relationships with the Plant Management Team and be a highly effective and influential business partner. The position is supported virtually by a HR Supervisor and HR Business Service Centres.
The Plant is a 24/7 operation, with five shift teams supported by a day working team of maintenance technicians and engineering professionals. This range of roles, working patterns and operational context presents a proactive HR professional with unrivalled variety and the opportunity to make a real impact within a multinational organisation.
We would welcome applications from both experienced HR Business Partners and HR Advisors, aspiring to make their next career step into such a role.
Job Role Responsibilities
Our HR Advisor at FEP works as a Business Partner, in conjunction with the Plant Management Team of our 24/7 gas processing and chemical plant.
Responsibilities include the following:
- Proactively partner with client managers on the development and delivery of people strategies
- Facilitate staffing and development processes within the business line
- Provide guidance on employee relations matters, including HR support to employee forums
- Implement change management best practices to support business initiatives
- Provide advice to client managers on day to day staffing matters, including application of HR policies
- Manage cases, including disciplinary and grievance, in collaboration with HR specialists
In addition, there would also be opportunities to work on broader UK and potentially international initiatives, as a member of the ExxonMobil HR Team that supports seven other operational sites in the UK and our Leatherhead Head Office.
Expected Level of Proficiency
To be eligible for this role, you must:
- Hold a minimum of a Bachelors degree
- Be, or be working towards being, a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, or equivalent
- Have relevant professional experience at a HR Advisor or HR Business Partner level, preferably in an operational environment.
- The ability to travel regularly to attend team meetings at our other UK sites