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Job Reference: 5852
Number of Positions: 1
Job Category: Human Resources / Health and Safety
Contract Type: Full Time
Salary: £40,000 to £48,000
Location: North East
G4S Region: UK & Ireland
Country:United Kingdom


G4S Business Unit:UK&I Public Services
Closing Date: 02/10/2017

Job Introduction:

Role Responsibility:

HR Business Partner

National Role - Home Based

Full Time

£40,000 to £48,000 dependent on experience 

 

Job Outline:

To work with the business Senior Management teams & Senior HRBP to manage the delivery of the HR operational needs to support the shaping and development of the businesses.  Work with colleagues in delivery and monitoring the people plan which, underpins the HR strategy and supports the achievement of operational objectives, to maximise the current and future business potential.

Responsibilities: 

  • Support the business in relation to Quality, Audit & Compliance matters as required.
  • Providing ad hoc reports and accurate HR management information to drive better insights and decision making across the business
  • Attend, contribute and support at business operational meetings and cascade any wider HR communication, initiatives or changes as applicable.
  • Contribute to the wider HR team activities as required.
  • Work closely with operational management teams to develop line management capability and the implementation of good people management practices. 
  • Lead and advise HRAs and line managers with managing ER cases, recruitment and selection and remuneration issues.
  • Support and encourage positive employee relations, engagement and communication across all operational contracts.
  • Build and maintain constructive working relationships with local/regional Trade Unions and employee representatives and lead consultation at operational level where required
  • Provide HR support for organisational change, new business and restructuring activity, supporting HRAs and line managers where required with redundancy situations and working with the HR Shared Services Team as appropriate.
  • Liaise with business operational leaders to ensure sales and business development activities are planned and resourced with potential risks identified and escalated.
  • Work with the Head of HR and the HR Shared Services Team to ensure resources (ops and HR) are available to support mobilisations, to develop personnel and ensure ownership of activities.
  • Support management and HRAs with the local implementation of cultural change initiatives and embed organisational values and behaviours in existing and new business.
  • Support the Senior HRBP in the implementation of succession plans which help identify and develop high performing people
  • Deliver core HR activities for the business ensuring consistency and legal and company compliance e.g. pay reviews, EDRs, grievance, disciplinary, recruitment and selection, mobilisation and transition.
  • Analyse HR data to identify trends and action the improvements needed.
  • Identify mid to long term training needs and priorities as well as resource for other HR activities. 
  • Support the operational teams’ responsibility to maintain H&S standards and ensure these are incorporated into HR practices. Produce monthly reporting pack for trading reports.
  • Undertake any other duties as deemed reasonable for the role.

The Ideal Candidate:

Key Competencies: 

  • Creating Change & Innovation
  • Driving Superior Performance
  • Simplifying the Complex
  • Leading with Professionalism & Integrity
  • Focusing on the Customer
  • Working Collaboratively

Essential Skills: 

  • Experience of operating in a complex, commercial and multi-divisional organisation
  • Detailed understanding of all aspects of HR management
  • Demonstrable track record of devising and implementing successful HR interventions with bottom line contribution
  • Solid and up to date knowledge of practical HR principles and practices and employment legislation
  • Experience of change management implementation.
  • Experience of working in a challenging and fast paced organisation
  • Ability to work autonomously.
  • Good stakeholder management and communication skills at all levels
  • Experience of collating and evaluating data.
  • Flexible with travel to various locations as the needs of the business dictates
  • Educated to degree level or CIPD qualified

Desirable Skills: 

  • Experience of Health settings
  • Experience of organisation development and design, and facilitation of change
  • Ability to use Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook Email & Calendar

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