HR Generalist

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£55000 - £65000 per annum + Benefits
Posted
01 Apr 2019
Closes
29 Apr 2019
Ref
32234/003
Contact
Tamara McAllen
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

HR Generalist

Luxury Retail

London

GBP £55,000-£65,000 + Benefits

Oakleaf Partnership are recruiting a superb opportunity for a HR Generalist to work for our client, a luxury retail business.

You will be a crucial part of the people team where you will be integral part of the customer facing part of the UK & Europe Hub. The role provides professional and commercial HR advice and support across the full remit, to a broad range of UK and internal stakeholders.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Support the Head of HR in the development of strategic and operational plans to support specific identified short term and long-term business goals.

  • Work with HR Business partners to support the realisation of wider organisational development strategies

  • Support organisational effectiveness in alignment within the strategy and plans, maintaining integrity of specified organisation design parameters.

  • Advise, guide and coach line managers on all employee relations issues to ensure a harmonious work environment across the marketing business.

  • Drive change management in culture and behaviour to ensure that the intended outcomes of the organisation model are delivered and embedded.

  • Proactively contribute to progressively insightful reporting, seeking out trends and/or opportunities to improve both HR and wider business delivery

As the successful candidate, you will be able to demonstrate:

  • Preferably Graduate calibre and Chartered CIPD qualified.

  • Preferably Luxury Retail Experience

  • Understanding and experience of HR processes and systems on a global basis

  • Good skills in influencing and working with senior leaders across a multitude of disciplines and geographies

  • Proven HR Generalist experience gained in a fast paced, progressive environment ideally within a tech or product led organisation.

  • In-depth knowledge of your client group and their business.

  • Ability to design and develop HR strategies to support strategic business goals.

  • Good sound knowledge of employment law and its practical application in a commercial environment

  • Experience of identifying change and implementing successfully.

  • Strong communication and presentation skills both verbal and written, including the ability to communicate business and technical information clearly.

  • Excellent project management, organizing and planning skills.

  • Competitive salary and benefits on offer.

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