Head of ER

Location
London, England
Salary
£70000 - £80000 per annum
Posted
14 Aug 2019
Closes
13 Sep 2019
Ref
14038722/001
Contact
Sam Watson
Specialist Area
General HR Function
HR Jobs Level
Director / Head / VP
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A leading business services organisation based in London.


Description

* Work across all Veolia UK business streams to ensure first-class Employee Relations advice and support is delivered to the business.





* Coach, develop and empower a team of Employee Relations Specialists in all aspects of the ER cycle to deliver Employee Relations excellence in every way.





* Identify and develop (in conjunction with the ER Specialists) a list of ER KPI's to measure, analyse and report on to the Area Head of ER and Regional Directors.





* Build credible and lasting relationships with Senior Managers and will support the Area Head of ER in Regional meetings.





* Shape and influence the ER Specialist and Senior Leadership teams in transforming a reactive ER climate into a culture of collaboration and proactive Employee Relations.





* Have responsibility for being the escalation on all Trade Union related matters (Pay Negotiations, Trade Disputes and Industrial Relations Management).





* Support on complex disciplinary and grievance issues and litigation strategy, relating to tribunal claims in conjunction with Area Head of ER and ER Policy & Development Manager.


Profile

* Minimum level 7 CIPD or equivalent qualification. Chartered member of CIPD or working towards this with evidence of continuous professional development.





* Previous experience in an HR Generalist or ER role within an unionised and regulated environment.





* Previous experience of leading a team.





* Proven ER experience including advising on complex disciplinary and grievance issues with the ability to apply the relevant legal principles and risk assessment.





* Experience of supporting large scale organisational change and restructuring programmes including TUPE, redundancy and contractual variations.





* Experience of partnering with trade unions and a good understanding of the trade union framework and collective bargaining.





* Strong communication and influencing skills with the ability to interact across all levels of management.





* Strong attention to detail, problem-solving ability and ability to deliver results to demanding deadlines.


Job Offer

£70,000 - £80,000 plus benefits

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