HR Business Partner - Global Law Firm

Location
London, England
Salary
£55000 - £60000 per annum
Posted
01 Sep 2017
Closes
29 Sep 2017
Ref
27691/004
Contact
Charlotte Matthew
Job Level
Business Partner
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A leading global law firm based in the City of London is looking for an HR Business Partner to join the large high touch HR team in a busy and varied role. Working closely with a Senior HR Manager and supported by an HR Adviser, you will be responsible for managing the HR Strategy, Projects and annual HR processes/ops for your fee-earning client groups (up to Partner level).

More specifically, as an HR Business Partner within this global law firm based in London, responsibilities will include:

Working directly with your fee-earning client groups in a high touch, business orientated role, building strong relationships with your stakeholders

Driving HR strategy and HR initiatives across your client groups

HR Advisory, Policy & Employee Relations

Managing annual HR processes; salary & bonus review, appraisals etc

Driving Talent & Development processes such as succession planning, secondments and development programmes

Managing HR projects

Supporting junior members of the team

You will be a pro-active and commercial HR Manager / HR Business Partner ideally within a global law firm or international financial or professional services environment. You will have employee relations experience and be comfortable managing complex projects, processes and relationships independently in a high touch role. Degree (2:1+) and or CIPD (preferred).

If you are interested in this HR Business Partner role based in the City of London, please apply directly or call +440207 337 7645.

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