HR Business Partner, London, Financial Technology and Information Sector, up to £70,000 + benefits
HR Business Partner (HRBP)
Financial Technology and Information Sector
Up to £70,000 + benefits
Our client is a world leading financial technology and information services company, whose continuing success is driven by a business requisite to maximise stakeholder return and increase their market position. This desire for success is the driver being various change programs in the business and HR – including developing an HR shared services function for Europe based out of London.
This role provides a great opportunity for a talented HRBP to take on a role with genuine responsibility and opportunity to partner with the business to achieve its goals. Opportunities going forward within the company are also excellent.
The position is a senior member of the HR team in Europe, reporting to the European HR Director and with full responsibility for a European wide client base. The role is a full service HRBP position and the incumbent will need to build strong relationships with the business (and with HR colleagues) in order to provide strategic advisory support and policy implementation and deliver high quality operational support across the full gamut of HR. In addition to this there will be various HR and change management projects that the position will lead and assist on.
To be a candidate for this role you will need to demonstrate a proven track record as an HRBP, delivering commercially focused HR solutions to line managers and senior management teams.You should have gained this experience within a global matrixed organisation and have provided coverage to a pan European client base.A solution based approach to working is essential as is the ability to influence senior managers and line managers and all stakeholders through strong personal credibility. Excellent coaching, consulting and facilitation skills are required as are strong decision making and analytical abilities. Finally a robust intellect is required, so a graduate or Masters qualification (and CIPD qualification), are required – as is an affinity with HR metrics.