Part time HR Manager

Liverpool, England
£40000 - £45000 per annum
03 Oct 2017
16 Oct 2017
Harriet Lavender
Job Type
HR Manager
Contract Type
Part Time

Great part time (4 days) HRM opportunity based in Liverpool with regular weekly travel to Scotland working with a growing client population of 150, rising to 300 by 2020. The purpose of this role is to operate as a key member of the local leadership teams and work in a collaborative way to ensure that "HR Operational Excellence" activity is delivered to a consistently high standard. In addition, the role drives the development and implementation of the People Plan activity in support of the firm's business growth plans. Broad generalist skillset required and you need to be someone who is happy working autonomously with light touch approach from regional and senior HR management.


Building strong, credible and visible relationships with lead partners, partners and other key stakeholders and establishing themselves as a key member of the Region.

Demonstrating strong commercial awareness, with the ability to identify critical business issues and anticipate the people management interventions required to address them.

Develop structured, stream relevant, pragmatic commercial recommendations/solutions and strategies for implementation.

Influences and shapes change, including organisation, structural and behavioural changes, identifies obstacles and develops solutions to overcome them.

Lead the development of the People Plan activity for each area based on business and local requirements and linked to the overall HR Strategy and priorities.

Pragmatically manage and coach partners and managers through high profile/senior employee relations issues where necessary and be an escalation point for complex employee relations issues.

Works closely with the wider HR team to facilitate delivery of the HR strategy for each stream.

Involvement in national HR projects.


Proven experience of developing strong relationships with senior stakeholders to implement change and new ways of working.

Strong communication skills, demonstrating gravitas and credibility

Experience of working in a values based and client focused organisation.

Sound knowledge of employment law and experience of dealing with senior level employee relations issues.

Strong coaching skills and the ability to adapt their style to different individuals/situations

The ability to interpret MI and make commercially based recommendations