HR Business Partner

Middlesbrough, England
£40000 - £45000 per annum
15 Apr 2019
13 May 2019
Jaclyn Needham
Contract Type
Full Time

You will be responsible for supporting the development of and deployment of the people plan to work on such things as talent development, learning and development, resource planning, engagement, communications and organisational effectiveness.

Client Details

Global organisation


Work closely with Stakeholders and Line Managers to build capabilities, plan and manage talent and develop/support approaches that achieve shared organisational objectives
Drive the people agenda in line with the business and HR strategy including talent management and organisational development.
Working with the central teams to design and implement key initiatives relating to areas such as talent, performance management, diversity and inclusion, wellbeing.
In partnership with managers take ownership of implementing the people plan.
Coaching Managers and individuals.
Maintain positive relationships with the central HR functions.
Supporting the HR service team to manage employee relations issues when required.
Take an active role in future talent processes such as graduate recruitment.
Undertake and lead HR project work as identified.
Work closely with the L&D team to provide support in the co-ordination of training & development for managers and their teams in line with performance management tools.
Work with L&D team to ensure key deliverables are met, monitored and reported.
Meet regularly with the HR Director to ensure the consistency and alignment of all the HR processes and strategies
Maintain a positive and solution-oriented approach to work, providing open and honest feedback


To be considered for this role you must be able to demonstrat experience in the following areas:

  • Ability to build and maintain core business relationships with key stakeholders
  • Extensive senior Advisory/Partnering experience within a professional Human Resources function
  • Extensive experience of developing and implementing policies and procedures
  • Knowledge of employment law principles
  • Excellent Microsoft skills; to include minimum intermediate level excel and word
  • Fully CIPD qualified, preferably Chartered

Job Offer

£40,000 - £45,000 + great benefits + flexible working