Please Note: There are currently four vacancies for this post 3 x Full time 36.25 hours per week and 1 part-time 14.5 hours per week (2 days Wednesday/Thursday)
This is a strategic role and offers superb opportunities for the right candidate.
As a HR Senior Partner you will be the prime interface between Senior Leadership Teams, teams within People and Development and Strategic Resourcing Branches and GMSS. There may be some elements of the traditional HR however; you will be expected to manage key strategic projects, support transformation and change and be an ambassador for the People and Development Branch.
The role incorporates the full remit of HR activity (it involves everything from coaching and mentoring through to supporting senior managers on a wide range of employment related issues) and is certainly more strategic than operational in focus.
You will be required to influence the business through effective management and delivery of a proactive HR service in a full generalist role within a fast paced complex HR environment.
The successful candidates will be a solid generalist.
Exceptional organisational skills and the ability to successfully handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Ability to manage competing demands and to deliver to tight deadlines.
Ability to work in a stressful and demanding environment.
Ability to influence and negotiate with the executive level.
Excellent communications skills and the ability to listen effectively.
Highly developed problem solving skills, to think creatively to deliver an HR service which meets business needs.
Applications will be considered from those people are working towards MCIPD accreditation.
GMP is looking for individuals who are passionate about what they do and providing a HR service of the highest standard.
7 Jun 2022
Recruitment Team Contact
To be eligible for appointment as a member of police staff, you must be a British citizen or a citizen of a country that is a member of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland. Commonwealth citizens and foreign nationals are also eligible but only if they are resident in the UK free of restrictions.
After 30 June 2021, nationals of the EEA or Switzerland will also need to provide evidence that their stay is free from restrictions.
In the context of EEA nationals, we are content that pre-settled status counts as free from restrictions.
Please refer to the attached Job Description for further details regarding the skills required to do this role. The Job Description has been signposted to indicate at which stage of the process each criteria will be tested.
Please note: Applications will be accepted from those who are working towards MCIPD accreditation.
Due to the Equality Act (2010) the sickness will not be checked until the conditional offer stage of the recruitment process and therefore candidates need to ensure that they have a good attendance record for the last 2 years for Staff and officers and for 12 months for apprentices.
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Minimum Age for Applications - 18