Head of HR - Banking/Financial Services in City of London

City of London, London
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£ 80,000 - £ 100,000 per year
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Emma Thompson, Digby Morgan
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job description

Seeking a head of HR to join a high profile bank to enhance & up-skill talent within the business. You will be focusing on the HR structure by identifying and researching issues that can be improved as well as focusing on the key operation to help strive productivity within the HR Function by the help of a well established HR team. It is important you can contribute information and analytical recommendations using a strategic way of thinking to direct the team within the necessary organizational objectives across all business areas.

    • Managing and overseeing the head of departments team- working alongside the executive team.
    • Ensure the development, maintenance and review of efficient HR administration systems to cover all aspects of employment so that a quality and compliant service is provided to managers and staff.
    • Develop, implement and communicate effective systems of performance management so that the company's human resources are maximized.
    • Experience of Mergers and Acquisitions, starting from due-diligence and integration (cultural and process wise)
    • Head of employment, transformation, reward, support services, Learning and Development, Comp & Ben.
    • Review, adjust, implement and manage all aspects of payroll and remuneration, bonuses and benefits.
    • Dealing with all ER issues, talent planning, career development. Personal well being, diversity and inclusion, performance management.
    • HRIS system & project management review.Drive business strategic objectives, to pro-actively support the dev
    • elopment of the business and its people adapting to the new future of work predictions.

    Must have:

    • CIPD Qualification - Level 7 or Human resources masters degree
    • Minimum 10 years experience at senior HR level within financial services/banking sectors
    • Leadership experience working within global organisations
    • Experience operating business/function at senior board management level as a trusted advisor. Influencing decisions and challenging behaviours.
    • UK & International employment law practices

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