WC2H 0EW, London (Greater)
Depends on experience, negotiable plus AMAZING benefits package!
01 Aug 2019
01 Sep 2019
HR Jobs Level
Advisor, Manager
Contract Type
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member


The person in this role manages a variety of programmes and projects covering multiple human resources (HR) activities, including but not limited to: induction processes and on-boarding new staff, employee relations, training and development, performance management, recruitment support and organisational development. This role works hand in hand with the HR and Talent Acquisition Manager, administrating and managing HR processes to ensure the smooth running of a professional HR function, reporting to Global HR based in Chicago.

Qualifications and Experience

  • SKILLS (Client & Stakeholder Engagement, Project Management, Talent Development, Business Processes Development and Administration)
  • HR management certification
  • Five years’ progressive experience in HR in a professional services environment
  • Advanced written and verbal communication skills with strong attention to detail
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and prioritise appropriately under pressure
  • Familiarity with applicable employment laws and experience managing employee relations situations
  • Strong project, time and people management/engagement skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Responsibilities and Expectations

  • Contribute to and lead pieces of local HR programmes, initiatives, projects and process improvements. This will include: diversity & inclusion programme; social impact activities; on-boarding of staff and induction process; ensuring job specifications are up-to-date and accurate for all roles; employee engagement survey feedback and following through with appropriate action
  • Manage and administrate the Fearless University training and development programme for the UK, working with the UK’s Fearless University Ambassador
  • Provide guidance to team managers and management on best practices, compliance and improved decision-making
  • Communicate and provide interpretation of company policies to internal and external audiences. To include ensuring the UK office has up to date policies in line with local laws and regulations
  • Collecting and analysing HR information and recommending courses of action
  • Understand and display good judgment regarding the overall business, applicable laws and policies, internal and external culture and the firm’s vision, mission and values
  • Serve as a contact for employees and/or candidates to assist in resolving issues, navigating dynamics, answering inquiries and driving career growth
  • Build and maintain a network of credibility, trust and confidence with stakeholders
  • Develop and roll out internal programs, best practices and process improvements
  • Demonstrate HR expertise through thoughtful decision-making, appropriately maintaining confidentiality
  • Consistently execute deliverables on time, identifying and using resources appropriately and by following policies and communication protocols
  • Provide sound recommendations to HR team or stakeholders, consistently tying HR activity to local business objectives

For more information, please visit our website and Instagram account, or call Ian Green on 07584 340662. 

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