Deadline: 9 March 2020
Amnesty International (AI) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Human Resources Business Partner in London, United Kingdom.
The AI’s global campaign is to change the lives of those suffering human rights abuses.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Human Resources Business Partner will perform the following functions-
- Work in partnership and consulting with Senior Directors and their management teams, providing support and guidance in all HR related matters including organisational design, development, case and change management, escalating to the International Head of HR Services if required.
- Manage the performance and delivery of the aligned HR advisor / administrator and provide direction and support when delegating tasks and responsibilities.
- Engage, motivate and work effectively with POD team members to provide a consistent and highly efficient HR service.
- As part of the POD management team, actively drive the implementation any initiatives arising from the Employee Experience Plan to move Amnesty into a different culture and vision led organisation.
- Be an effective and collaborative member of the POD management team.
- Oversee the payroll for your respective areas and provide guidance and support to the HR Advisors in the team to deliver an accurate and timely payroll service.
- Proactively identify and manage people and employment relations issues to minimise risk for Amnesty International and act as an overarching agent of change.
- Take ownership and oversee all employee relations cases, delegating to HR.
- Advisor as required. Manage and delegate active caseload to HR Advisor as required.
- Oversee the effective functioning of the HR Administration processes and Team including the quality of HRIS data quality and production of contractual documentation.
Applicants must have-
- CIPD or other post graduate qualification in human resources / organisation development or equivalent by experience.
- Substantial experience of working in similar level role in a complex multi-site, unionised environment with an international focus.
- Substantial experience of working with managers to develop good practice people management and change interventions to support business needs.
- Up-to-date knowledge of employment law(s) and good practice people management, including experience of supporting complex casework.
- Excellent written, numerical, communication and verbal skills.
- Fluency in English (Spanish, French, Arabic would be beneficial).
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
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