HR Business Partner - East London/Essex - £43K - £48K
12 month FTC - view to permanent role
Our client is a prestigious national organisation and a household name. They are now looking for an experienced HR professional, to support them at one of their regional hubs in Stratford, East London.
Working closely with the Senior HR Business Partner, you will help to provide support, advice and guidance to a population of managers from an engineering background across a number of sites spread across East London, Essex and Suffolk. It is anticipated you'll travel once a week to these locations.
This is a newly created role to give extra support to a large population and a critical business element. Our client has dedicated centres of excellent for ER, Talent and Shared services therefore this role will operate in a true business partnering capacity.
The focuses will be to engage with and support managers on talent and succession planning, organisational change and development, project work to include diversity and inclusion, employee engagement to include the company wide surveys and also strategic workforce planning. As a unionised workplace, you'll also engage with Unions on various challenges. It is anticipated that this role will also act as a key interface between senior management teams and other areas of HR - you'll monitor and track activity too to ensure resolution.
To be successful in this role in it anticipated that you will already have experience in a business partnering HR role previously and as such will be able to hit the ground running. You'll need to be focused and organised and be able to juggle differentiating priorities. Although this role won't have much ER in it, you'll still need to have a good grounding and excellent employment law knowledge to support at senior level when required. CIPD at level 5+ would be an advantage.
For more information please speak to Mark Dayman at Search HR on 01162473308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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