Human Resources Business Partner (HR)

Oldham, Greater Manchester
£37,715 - £45,000 depending on skills and knowledge
04 Jan 2021
17 Jan 2021
HR Jobs Level
Business partner
Contract Type
Full Time
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member

Human Resources Business Partner (HR)


Full Time 


£37,715 - £45,000 depending on skills and knowledge




Our client is a housing association formed to benefit the local community. They provide and manage housing - including social housing - but do so much more. They help to care for and support customers through a range of services designed to help improve people's lives.




Their mission: To be a trusted provider of quality homes, deliver excellent landlord and support services, and create thriving and independent communities.




They are one of the largest employers in Oldham, committed to boosting the Oldham economy and providing excellent benefits for employees and tenants. They aim to be the best in the business, making an impact with an excellent team of colleagues by placing customers at the heart of everything they do.




They are currently seeking an HR Business Partner to work in partnership with leaders, key stakeholders and colleagues to effectively shape, develop and deliver HR Strategic Delivery Plans, formulating solutions in line with the needs and priorities of the organisation. Your main responsibilities will include:




Creating and sustaining positive employee relations programs and best practices


Defining and developing existing arrangements for collective consultation


Partnering closely with the business to build strong relationships to understand, anticipate and respond to customer needs, ensuring that all activities are aligned with the overall strategic plan


Analysing data to identify trends and insight that can be used to inform business decision making


Providing specialist employee relations case management advisory and support services on complex cases


Providing specialist support and advice in relation to organisational development and change projects.




The successful candidate will:




  • Have significant experience of employee relations along with a solid understanding of UK employment laws


    Be CIPD qualified (chartered level as a minimum with willingness to get to member status)


    Be a strong communicator who can build effective working relationships


    Act with a sense of urgency and demonstrate a desire to thrive in a growing environment


    Be capable of making sound decisions 


    Have the ability to sensitively with difficult and confidential matters


    Have a flexible approach and a willingness to work out of hours if and when required




In return they can offer:




Flexible working


Excellent holiday entitlement


Healthcare cash plan


Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave


Enhanced sick pay


Many other benefits - See attached benefits document




If this sounds like you and you’re looking to join an organisation that values its employees then they’d love to hear from you.