International HR Business Partner

West London, England
£50000 - £55000 per annum
14 Jan 2019
11 Feb 2019
Sam Watson
Job Type
HR Manager
Contract Type
Full Time

Responsible for providing the full scope of HR support and guidance to employees across the Company, including both day-to-day operational activities and project work, as needed.

Client Details

A fast growing, international Pharmaceutical business based in West London.


  • Provide expertise related to the full scope of HR programmes and activities, including recruitment, induction/orientation, compensation and benefits, performance management, L&D, employee engagement, communications, career development and employee relations.

  • Manage all payroll and benefits activities, in coordination with Group Controller, including relationship with external payroll and benefits providers

  • Develop and implement systems, policies and related documentation that can be referred to by employees.

  • HR policy development and documentation in line with the company's corporate vision.

  • Coach and counsel line managers and employees to ensure consistent application of policies, procedures, and practices

  • Contribute to the development of compensation and benefits systems

  • Make recommendations for process improvements and innovations to drive efficiencies

  • In partnership with the Head of HR, oversee the delivery of HR projects associated with major business change programmes

  • Take an active and leading role in activities related to employee engagement

  • Proactively manage HR systems to maintain data integrity

  • Provide reporting and analysis as required



  • degree in business management, human resources or related discipline in which business knowledge and an understanding of human resources practices are gained.

  • CIPD qualification or equivalent


  • previous experience as HR generalist or similar and able to demonstrate complete understanding of the HR Generalist role across multiple sites and geographies

  • demonstrated track record of delivering on projects in a timely, self-sufficient manner, and comfortable working autonomously

  • experience working in fast-paced, agile environments with highly educated scientific or professional client base


  • Well organised and methodical in approach to problem solving

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Good data analysis skills

  • Able to plan well, handle multiple priorities and pay attention to detail

  • High energy, driven, with positive enthusiasm and a pragmatic approach

  • Good understanding of UK employment law

  • Strong Word, Excel and Powerpoint skills

  • HR experience outside the UK a plus

Job Offer

£50,000 - £55,000 plus 10% bonus plus equity.

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