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HR Business Partner

  • Job Location: Oxford
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £45,000 p/a - £48,000 p/a
  • Posted on: 28th Apr 2021
  • Job Reference: JO0000020720
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Are you CIPD Qualified?

We are actively recruiting for a CIPD qualified Level 7 HRBP to join our education client on a full-time permanent basis. Reporting to the deputy Director of HR, you will have a broad-based HR experience and significant evidence of achievement gained at HR manager level within a large, complex organisation, including change management, development of policy, practice, and guidance, and ensuring high quality HR service delivery, providing strategic and operational support to c400 employees.

About the role

  • Provide proactive HR expertise and guidance to support strategic initiatives and projects, including change management.
  • Facilitate discussion of people implications and risks as part of decision-making.
  • Provide timely and professional advice and guidance to achieve the resolution of HR issues including team or individual performance improvement, disciplinary and grievances.
  • Promote positive line management practice, raising awareness of policies and processes and the support and guidance available.
  • Provide coaching to line managers, as required.
  • Take a lead role in the development and innovation of HR practice, policies, procedures, and management guidance for assigned area and ensure effective communication and implementation.
  • Lead negotiation, consultation, and communication with relevant bodies/trade unions, as appropriate to the areas of responsibility.

About you

  • CIPD qualified -essential 
  • Significant post-qualification experience in a generalist HR management role dealing with a broad range of HR issues in a large and complex organisation
  • Change management.
  • Sound and up to date knowledge of employment law and HR developments
  • Extensive experience and significant evidence of achievement in employee relations, including contentious case management.
  • Experience developing, enhancing and embedding the use of HR solutions such as policies, procedures, guidance, toolkits, etc.
  • Line management responsibility and team development
  • Experience of coaching, mentoring and/or training delivery to improve understanding and performance.
  • Strong influencing skills; confident operating with senior colleagues
  • Sound judgement and creative problem- solving skills, comfortable making and communicating difficult decisions.
  • Ability to communicate at all levels, both oral and written
  • Ability to work autonomously and use own initiative.
  • Confidence to manage a mixed portfolio drawing on strong time management, organisational and planning skills, and ability to meet deadlines.
  • Sensitivity and integrity to handle confidential issues.

Maximum salary £48,000 for the right candidate