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HR Business Partner - Financial Services

A global, diverse Bank with strong values and culture is looking for an interim HRBP. You will be acting as a trusted advisor and will get involved in the entire employee life cycle. You will be working closely with the business to drive business performance, people capability and engagement. You will be partnering with your key stakeholders to provide guidance and advice on all HR matters and get involved on ad hoc projects. This is a fabulous opportunity to utilise your experience and add value.

Rate: £500/day inside IR35

6 months with potential extension

Accountabilities include:

  • Responsible for full employee lifecycle
  • Understanding business strategies and aligning the people plan to ensure the achievement of business objectives
  • Supporting, coaching, advising and influencing business leaders to increase engagement and performance
  • Being a trusted advisor and providing advice on a range of HR issues such as reward, ER, talent acquisition, development, performance, change, restructure, culture, engagement and diversity
  • Driving the talent and succession agenda
  • Supporting with the annual salary review and bonus process
  • Contributing to the development of the strategic workforce plan
  • Preparing MI reports, providing analysis and insights as required

Skills & Experience

  • To apply you must have extensive HRBP experience within matrix Banking or Financial Services Organisations
  • If you also have experience of working within digital technology, call centres and marketing within Banking, Financial Services or a large corporate commercial company this may be an advantage
  • Demonstrate a proven track record of HR business partnering, strong communication, influencing and stakeholder management skills and strong decision making skills
  • Excellent problem solving skills and the ability to influence different business areas and management levels
  • Demonstrate commerciality and a strong knowledge of current UK employment law, and some knowledge of employment law across EMEA
  • Demonstrate the use of your analytical skills to solve problems and identify solutions
  • A motivated self-starter with the ability to adapt to different business needs
Posted
07/25/2022
Location
UK, UK, UK