HR Business Partner in South West London

South West London, London
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£ 48,000 - £ 53,000 per year
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Lee Harris, Digby Morgan
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job description

Are you a passionate Senior HR generalist?

Would you like to work for an expanding global organisation?

An excited opportunity has a risen for a Senior HR Generalist to join a global company based in South West, London. You will have experience working within a creative environment and be keen to input your own ideas to help the company continue to grow.

Whilst reporting in to the HR Manager you will focus on supporting key stakeholders and helping to develop the HR team.

Although this is a strategic role, it is also highly operational so you would need to be excited about rolling up your sleeves and completing all relevant tasks.



* Design and roll out our talent management, performance and leadership development strategy
* Review performance tools and processes including: re-design of internal job descriptions, and career paths.
* Working with senior management teams and Project leads in the application of new processes and effective people management practices.
* Conduct training needs analysis; put together costed training plan and budget.
* Source and facilitate external training as appropriate, manage the training budget.
* Coordinate annual development meetings, liaise with development managers and developers, compile and analyse completed development forms.
* Point of contact for queries related to the internal HR software.


* Provide recruitment support and strategic advice to the entire management team and their departments

Culture and retention

* Develop internal surveys, run workshops and focus groups to receive feedback from employees
* Partner with employees and managers to solve any issues that may arise
* Partner with Marketing to develop our employer brand internally and externally

Employee relations

* Manage day to day employee relations.

Skills and experience:

* Previous HR experience in a global company (essential)
* Strong knowledge of UK employment legislation
* Team management experience including developing and coaching
* Budget Management
* Recruitment experience and understanding of best practice
* Excellent at building relationships with internal and external stakeholders
* Proactive in suggesting ways of improving processes
* Advanced IT skills.

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