HR Business Partner

Reference
115777
Contract Type
Flexible Hours, Part-Time, Permanent
Sector
Human Resources, Management, Public Sector
Location
Various
Salary
£46,589 - Croydon £50,585
Expiry Date
11/05/2021
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Business Partner to join our supportive team of HR professionals.

Job Description

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Business Partner to join our supportive team of HR professionals. This position is a generalist HR role, where you will have the opportunity to support the business with a range of people related activities, in the context of delivering against our People Strategy priorities and support our culture maturity journey.

 


Job description

In this role you will report into the Senior HR Business Partner and will provide strategic partnering and HR support, working as a ‘critical friend’ and coach to key stakeholders in an allocated directorate within the organisation or on a specific project team. You will collaborate with a range of colleagues to deliver appropriate, timely and effective people interventions and initiatives designed to enable organisational change in line with our Business and People Strategy and work towards HM Land Registry’s cultural maturity aspirations.

Please see the attached job descriptions for further details.


Responsibilities
To be successful in this role you will be full or part-qualified member (Level 5) of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or equivalent professional qualification or HR knowledge. You will have generalist HR experience in a unionised, multi-site organisation. As well as being able to use a range of communications styles and approaches in different situations and different audiences, you can make strong influential relationships with a broad range of stakeholders, including employee representatives, influencing business outcomes and decisions. You can successfully facilitate the change of management techniques, championing the importance of engaging people in the change. A broad knowledge of employment law will be key, and this will be applied to mitigate risks around decision making or implementation. You have experience of analysing and interpreting data to create and present evidence-based insight and recommendations, using data to add value and highlight risks.