VP HR BP

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£400 - £500 per day
Posted
02 Sep 2020
Closes
30 Sep 2020
Ref
35932/001
Contact
Beth Hicks
Contract Type
Interim
Hours
Full Time

A leading global investment management house is looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to support a front office client group, covering maternity leave for 12 months.

Responsibilities:

  • Support and advise clients in the execution of annual people practices, including compensation, performance management, talent review, succession planning and promotion
  • Help define and execute the 2018 business group Talent Agenda, including engagement, development, recruiting, and Inclusion & Diversity priorities
  • Provide informed HR consulting and execution to senior business leaders to ensure that their strategy, goals and priorities are driven by business needs and aligned with the Firm-wide Talent Agenda.
  • Developing solutions and tailoring HR programs to support employee engagement and retention
  • Collaborate with the broader (global / regional) HRBP team, centres of excellence and other functions (Legal, Finance etc)
  • Leverage subject matter experts from the wider HR functions as appropriate
  • Partner with the business on all key talent decisions, providing HR advice and expertise
  • Influence leaders to address complex organizational design issues where required for business success.
  • Analyse and present relevant data driven metrics and insights to the business to drive the focus and execution of strategy.
  • Partner with the Employee Relations team and key stakeholders on the identification, escalation, risk mitigation and resolution of employee relations issues within the region.

Requirements:

  • Solid generalist HRBP experience, with excellent stakeholder relationship management skills
  • Experience gained in a matrixed organisation within financial or professional services sectors
  • Experience working across the various HR disciplines including compensation, recruiting and talent management
  • Strong working knowledge of UK employment law, experience managing a variety of employee relations issues across geographies
  • Collaborative approach with an ability to think critically, logically and analytically
  • Comfortable 'owning' the detail as well as thinking strategically
  • Capable of flexing solutions to changing demands: anticipating the local, regional, global impact
  • Ability to execute firm-wide people initiatives with excellence in a fast paced, global corporate environment
  • Demonstrated expertise building consensus on a cross-functional basis

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