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Senior HR Business Partner- Operations and IT

Job Title: Senior HR Business Partner- Operations and IT
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Swindon, Wiltshire
Salary: £600 - £800 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 months
REF: hr010817_1501599224
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a UK Brand to source a Senior Level HR Business Prtner with strong external networks to influence behaviour and cultural change within the business. EXPERIENCE WORKING WITHIN AN IT OPERATIONS TEAM IS ESSENTIAL FROM A HR BUSINESS PARTNER PERSPECTIVE

You will collaboratively working with Leaders and Directors to provide a strategic consultancy service, and will play a key role in delivering their people plans.

As a minimum, you'll have/be:

  • Experience of operating as a strategic business partner, providing a consultancy service to senior employees in a large organisation
  • Comprehensive HR generalist experience with a thorough knowledge of employment law and current legislation
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to partner key stakeholders, build strong relationships and work collaboratively
  • Experience of handling diverse HR issues including reward, organisational design, culture, capability, development, talent management, workforce planning
  • Ability to demonstrate commercial acumen, think and plan strategically whilst aligning actions to business strategies and delivering substantial benefits
  • Strong influencing skills with the ability to challenge and negotiate with Directors and Community Leaders
  • Ability to deal sensitively and tactfully with all situations whilst making decisions and resolving issues
  • Experience managing, leading and developing HR professionals through direct line management and matrix management
  • Strong planning and organisational skills, including managing multiple large scale initiatives
  • Experience of partnering with an Operations and IT function
  • CIPD Qualified

What you'll be doing:

You will partner with and build strong effective relationships with the business, providing strategic advice to deliver a cohesive, efficient and valued partnering service to deliver community people needs.

You will also:

  • Build strong working relationships with key stakeholders within the Community, People and Culture
  • Using MI and insight to develop and facilitate delivery of the community people plan, linking to the overall Society Strategy with clear business outcomes/benefits
  • Build and maintain effective, open and constructive relationships with the NGSU
  • Coach Community Leaders and Directors on PRIDE values and target culture to embed these within the Community
  • Build people capability by identifying gaps and development requirements, working with Centre's of Excellence and contribute to talent management and succession planning processes at Community level
  • Advise on Rewards, Resourcing, ER and OD frameworks, policies and principles ensuring adherence to these in providing solutions to Community needs
  • Champion P&C as a Community and act as an ambassador for the People Strategy, P&C model and service offering
  • Share best practice and contribute to continuous improvement across P&C improve the quality of P&C service proposition
  • Collaborate and engage Centre's of Excellence across HR where specific expertise is required
  • Oversee change management programmes and lead initiatives that will achieve the delivery of community objectives

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