HR Manager in City of London

City of London, London
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£ 65,000 - £ 75,000 per year
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Mohamed Mohamed, Digby Morgan
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job description

Unique opportunity for an experienced HR professional to work for one of the most prestigious and internationally recognised law firms.

As HR Manager, you will be supporting the EMEA HR Director. You will be expected to take the lead managing exciting and challenging projects; as well as take responsibility for the day to day running of the HR function.

* permanent position working for one of the most prestigious law firms in the world.
* Global exposure and the opportunity to take the lead managing exciting projects.
* Office based in the heart of London.
* Working in a stimulating and dynamic environment
* Competitive salary up to £75,000
* One of the most competitive benefits packages in the city.

* Working closely with the Executive leadership in developing HR strategies in line with the business objectives-
* Coaching and supporting line managers in all HR related issues.
* Managing HR policies and procedures, updating where necessary in accordance with local legislation.
* Handling ER- investigations and apply disciplinary actions when required.
* Ensure all regulations are internalised and implemented by the whole workforce.

* Proven track record of success working in the legal industry.
* Educated degree level or equivalent
* Thorough understanding of UK employment law.
* CIPD qualified or relevant HR experience
* Experience leading major project autonomously.
* You must be a leader, someone that does not shy away from challenges.
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
* Great interpersonal skills.

This is an incredibly challenging and rewarding opportunity for an ambitious senior HR advisor or a seasoned HR manager looking for his next challenge. If you believe this is the right role for you and think you have what it takes, apply now.

We would love to have a chance to speak with every applicant but unfortunately due to the high volume of applications only shortlisted candidates would be contacted. If you haven't received a phone call or an invitation to interview email after two to three weeks, unfortunately, you haven't been successful on this occasion.

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