Head of HR
A global law firm based in the City is recruiting for an experienced Head of HR. This is to join a proactive and commercial matrix environment, where you will be responsible for HR across Eastern Europe with a client group of around 700 employees. You will also be the HR Business Partner for 2 practice groups in the UK.
Partnering with the International Group Heads and country leaders to develop, lead and deliver the people agenda. The main accountabilities will include:
*Act as single point of HR contact for the International Group Heads and Country Managing Partners and an active member of their leadership team
*Contribute to the wider HR team on strategy and initiatives
*Work with key stakeholders to shape and influence organisation and workforce plans in line with the financial planning cycle
*Lead the leadership and talent agenda for the practice and country groups
*Work with the International Group heads on development of internal and external partner pipeline
*Where required, advise on complex employee relations casework.
*Participate on the implementation of specific projects
*Understands and identifies people risk
Skills and Experience
*Have worked in a Head of/Business Partner capacity within a global matrix organisation
*Relevant HR qualification (CIPD or equivalent) desirable
*Professional services experience is very beneficial but not essential
*Strong stakeholder management
What's on offer?
This is a permanent opportunity paying £100,000 - £125,000 plus benefits. Please apply via the link or click on my contact details for more information. The reference for this role is HLSI/AF/24841.
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