HRBP Grade VII – Job Number 39367
35 Hour working week
Reporting to- Head of HR Business Partnering.
This role is at the heart of the clients HR team. You will be a trusted partner to the leaders, managers, and employees you support. You will be an expert in HR policies and processes. You will be able to advise your key stakeholders how to follow key processes, including recruitment and employee lifecycle touch points. You will be self-motivated and will pro-actively help your stakeholders to solve both immediate and complex problems. You will Ensure that all new Circulars, guidance documents or information regarding public/HSE employee remuneration changes, is circulated with clear instruction to all of the HR Team and line management.
Professional Duties and Responsibilities:
The post holder will be expected to live clients’ values and be child-centered, compassionate, progressive and will act with respect, excellence, and integrity.
This role will require developing a deep understanding of portfolios and acting as an integral part of the local leadership teams you support.
Working collaboratively with the wider senior leadership team and establish partnerships with the Executive and Clinical Directorate teams to deliver effective HR services and support.
Be a lead HR specialist across the hospital sites and in your designated portfolios and be responsible and accountable key HR projects to assist and support the implementation of Clients HR Strategy and Future Operating Model
Develop processes, where necessary.
Be able to skilfully influence, coach, mentor and assist leaders in continuously delivering and improving people management skills and embedding a people-focused organisational culture.
Plan and roll-out Performance Achievement across all sites in line with HSE guidelines.
Build on existing relationships within the greater HR and Finance teams across all sites.
Be a key part of driving development and implementation of any new or revised HR Policies or operational changes.
Establish effective ways of working with the HR service delivery teams, ensuring a coordinated and integrated approach to HR services.
Working closely with line managers and Finance team to ensure role requirements are defined and approved in line with our future operating model and funding.
3rd level degree in HR or a relevant discipline. Or possess 5-7 years of relevant HR experience, working in a HR department/role.
Minimum 3 years in a similar senior role
CIPD Accreditation or eligibility
For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email your CV to [email protected]
Please submit your updated CV in Word Format.
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Osborne are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.