To provide an HR service to all line managers within Prima to ensure adherence to HR policies, improve performance and engagement.

The HR Partner is a senior member of the People Team, with a remit to be an enabling agent of change and business performance.

Working across all aspects of the function’s remit, the HR business partner is responsible for all HR policies and initiatives’ implementation and success.

To provide an HR service to all line managers within Prima to ensure adherence to HR policies, improve performance and engagement.

The HR Partner is a senior member of the People Team, with a remit to be an enabling agent of change and business performance.

Working across all aspects of the function’s remit, the HR business partner is responsible for all HR policies and initiatives’ implementation and success.

HR business partner responsibilities

As an HR business partner, you will be responsible for the following:

Head up the operational function within the HR department

Building trusted relationships with stakeholders and leaders in the business

Providing strategic and day-to-day leadership to drive the delivery of the business’ HR plans

Using experience, skills, and knowledge of the HR industry to make an impact in critical areas such as performance management, change management, organisational design, employee engagement, and talent analytics

Provide proactive support for the delivery of HR processes

Assisting in building robust talent pipelines and managing recruitment in a cost-effective way

Supporting line managers across the business on organisational structure and design

Develop the HR team to increase competencies as HR Business Partners

Provide support and guidance for Line Managers and staff on HR issues, including employment legislation

HR business partner skills and competencies

You will hold a university degree with a professional qualification from an accredited chartered institute such as the CIPD.

The successful applicant will have experience in a leadership position, either as an HR business partner in another manufacturer or as an HR Manager.

You will also be required to have the following:

Communication skills – delivering business strategies will require you to talk to stakeholders from around the business. As such, you will need to be able to present effectively across the company.

General skills – an HR business partner will need to be a confirmed generalist, with a good understanding of the many different responsibilities of the function (e.g., Compliance and legislation, learning & development, reward, compensation & benefits)

Leadership – you will be working with line managers to deliver the function’s strategy. As such, you must lead in the day to day operations of the business, improving performance and leadership capabilities daily.

Coaching skills – you will be a mentor and influencer. As a credible HR expert, you must be comfortable offering advice to your peers and junior employees.

Strategic thinker – working closely with the HR director to deliver and implement new programs and initiatives, the experience of strategic thinking is an absolute must.

Industry knowledge – building a coherent and successful HR strategy will require extensive knowledge of the trends and changes in policy affecting people at work.

 

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