HR Business Partner

London, England
£51000 - £62000 per annum + Excellent benefits
05 Oct 2017
02 Nov 2017
Rachel Berry
Contract Type
Full Time

The HR Business Partner will join a small & dynamic Public Sector body, undertaking a generalist HR Business Partner post with strategic and operational duties

Client Details

Our client is a Civil Service organisation based in London


As part of the role, the HR Business Partner will:

  • Create and maintain workforce strategies and planning as part of our core business plan;

  • Work with your directorates to define their future capability requirements that will be required to achieve organisational objectives;

  • Support directorates in developing and implementing effective resourcing, retention and succession plans so that they have the capability they need to deliver - now and in the future;

  • Support and coach managers to provide engaging leadership and drive excellent performance;

  • Support the design and implementation of development plans for senior leaders, talented individuals and for other staff

  • Ensure HR solutions are owned by and effectively implemented within directorates;

  • Promote positive team relations to foster collaborative and productive team working;

  • Develop and implement directorate specific HR interventions which continue to build line management capability.

  • Contribute to the development and implementation of HR Strategy, policies and practices in line with employment legislation to meet business needs;

  • Identify and lead on HR projects to support business requirements and represent HR effectively as a key member of project teams; and

  • Proactively identify issues and work collaboratively with the rest of the HR team to continually improve the HR service offering.


Our client is looking for an HR Business Partner with the following capabilities:

  • a track record of working within an organisation to deliver effective, outcomes-focused HR interventions and strategy, preferably with experience in both public and commercial sectors;

  • a proven ability to initiate and develop productive professional relationships and to make best use of these to achieve great business focussed outcomes;

  • influential, with the ability to quickly establish credibility with internal and external stakeholders;

  • excellent communication skills, with the ability to explain complex matters to colleagues at all levels

  • a good team player who is confident, well-motivated and capable of working under pressure, with an excellent record for meeting deadlines

  • CIPD qualified or related qualification, and a good knowledge of employment law and practice.

Job Offer

1 year FTC

Salary - £51,980 - £62,664 dependent on experience

Flexible working opportunities

Excellent benefits

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