People and Culture Partner
People and Culture Partner
A fantastic, progressive and highly ethical organisation have approached Hays Human Resources seeking an experienced People & Culture Partner to work within their supply chain areas of the UK, the role can be based at either in either East Lancashire or East Yorkshire but with sites but travel to both sites is required.
Your new role
Reporting directly to the People & Culture Director, the Supply Chain People & Culture Partner will work alongside the Supply Chain leadership teams acting as a true business partner and provide full generalist People & Culture support.
Join a busy People & Culture team and help to deliver a forward thinking and people focused solution to our internal customers. As an experienced People & Culture generalist with at least 5 years' experience, our candidate must have experience working in a unionised environment, particularly manufacturing and be comfortable working both operationally and with a more strategic focus delivering projects as required.
This is your opportunity to:
Become an active member of the Supply Chain Leadership Team, defining in partnership the people agenda and supporting the broader operational requirements
Work with key stakeholders to drive employee engagement, delivering opportunities to develop engagement and drive performance
Drive the annual People & Culture cycle, including Talent Review, Performance and Development
Oversee Supply Chain recruitment which involves developing job descriptions and person specifications, sifting application forms, shortlisting, interviewing and selecting candidates
Act as a coach to support and develop line managers
Manage the whole employee life cycle
Build strong relationships with operations partners, Union representatives, P&C colleagues and other business partners to jointly deliver business objectives
What you'll need to succeed
What are we looking for? We're looking for a Business Partner who is a proven generalist and used to working in a fast paced environment, you will be required to make independent decisions and be self-sufficient whilst exercising strong personal judgement and high levels of integrity.
You'll demonstrate strength in collaboration and communication and be a strong influencer.
You'll be able to balance risk with practicality and commercial requirements and have a flexible approach to problem solving and project management. Ideally you'll be CIPD qualified, with a thorough understanding of employment legislation and case law as well as best practice.
What you'll get in return
Generous salary and training opportunities
28+8 BH annual leave entitlement
Generous pension scheme
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
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