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HR Business Partner

Employer
Morgan Law
Location
City of London, England
Salary
£51000 - £60000 per annum + Excellent Benefits
Closing date
5 Jul 2024

Job Details

My client, a globally respected University in London now has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced HR Business Partner to join their HR team on a permanent basis. Please note; this role offers hybrid working with a minimum of 2 days per week working from the office.



As HR Business Partner you will work closely with colleague across the wider HR function to provide a professional, high quality and strategically focused HR service within your designated areas of the organisation. You'll work in partnership with key stakeholders in your client groups to develop evidence-based people solutions and devise and implement local people strategies to meet a wide range of people challenges and manage risk throughout the employment lifecycle. This will include supporting on a range of complex and high profile change programmes, requiring a strong understanding of organisational design principles and practices, coaching managers through ER issues, working alongside HR colleagues to contribute to a variety of cross-faculty and cross-functional projects, and much more!



This role requires a credible and confident individual with proven experience of operating as an HR Business Partner at a strategic level of influence and who possesses strong analytical skills, excellent communication skills and the ability to proactively build credibility with demanding stakeholders, add value and operationalise strategic people objectives and decisions.



To be considered you will also require:



* CIPD or equivalent qualification
* Experience in an HR generalist role gained in a large, complex, unionised organisation
* Experience of operating in a Business Partner model, acting as the bridge between the client group and the Centres of Expertise within HR
* Experience of advising on and handling a wide range of complex HR issues including change management, organisational design, workforce planning, succession planning and talent management
* Experience of implementing successful EDI approaches/strategies
* Demonstrable evidence of influencing at a senior level through the utilisation and presentation of intelligence, data and insights in support of an evidence-based approach
* A demonstrable ability to utilise sound judgement to make impactful decisions when faced with ambiguity and risk
* Previous experience of supporting clinical staff groups in an NHS, Higher Education or other healthcare setting would be highly desirable

Company

Morgan Law has a 17-year track record helping leading organisations in the public and not-for-profit sectors recruit the highest calibre professionals for important roles across business support, middle and senior management levels.

Morgan Law’s market-leading Human Resources recruitment team places talented HR and organisational development professionals in permanent, temporary, interim and contract roles. Most of our consultants have been with Morgan Law for over 10 years, and many are CIPD qualified with practical experience of working in HR. Their highly-detailed knowledge and deep understanding of the market means they understand the skills, competencies and experience required to flourish in any given HR role.

If you’re looking for a permanent, interim or temporary job in human resources in the public and not-for-profit sector, Morgan Law has the expertise to help you find the next role from a wide variety of organisations including charities, NHS trusts and universities and colleges.

Roles we typically recruit include:

  • HR Director
  • HR Business Partner /HR Generalist
  • HR Transformation & Change
  • Organisational Development
  • Learning & Development
  • Recruitment & Resourcing
  • HRIS & Management Information
  • Pay & Reward/Compensation & Benefits

Our knowledge, expertise and consultative approach help us consistently deliver great recruitment experiences. Whether we’re helping you develop your career or find your next project, we’re committed to getting you the best results.

Apply for one of our jobs today, visit www.morgan-law.com or call us on 020 7747 4949.

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