Job Title: HR Business Partner- People and Organisational Design
Location: London Head Office – Aldgate
Hours of Work: 37.5 hours (Monday to Friday)
Contract: Permanent Full Time
Salary: c£40,000 pa (subject to experience)
Annual Leave: 33 days (excluding 8 bank holidays)
Other Benefits: Pension – 8% Contribution, Season ticket loan, Childcare Vouchers
Reporting to: Head of People and Organisational Design
Responsibility for staff: No Direct Reports
Stakeholder Relationships: People and OD Finance, IS
CEO, Directors, Heads of Department; Senior Leadership Team
Trade Union and Employee Representatives
Professional bodies e.g. CIPD, ACAS
HR Information Systems provider
About the HR Business Partner role
Entering into an exciting period of growth and transition, Dementia UK now requires an exceptional HR Business Partner to join their HR Team. Based at our London offices and reporting to the Head of People and OD, you will play a critical role in facilitating the delivery of our People Strategy. As an innovative, solutions-driven business partner, you will need to demonstrate your ability to hit the ground running, enabling the HR Team to deliver credible and highly professional service to this growing organisation.
This role requires an experienced HR generalist with a proven track record of successfully implementing the people strategy. You will have a strong delivery focus, together with up to date and in-depth knowledge of UK employment legislation. A creative thinker who enjoys developing new and innovative ways of addressing people challenges, you will have excellent attention to detail with an ability to adapt quickly and deal with conflicting priorities from different stakeholders. Confident in your ability to deal with operational and strategic objectives whilst working to tight deadlines during this dynamic period for the Charity. You will have an ability to build strong stakeholder relationships at all levels of the organisation, whilst being able to evolve and adjust your ways of working to suit our diverse workforce.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate evidence of delivering significant and sustainable business benefits through change, together with experience of developing and implementing effective people strategies to strengthen the Employee Value Proposition including Salary Benchmarking, reward and benefits administration. An ability to work with the business to embed the values and culture of the Charity, together with previous experience of working with a clinically focussed organisation would be highly advantageous.
In return, we will provide you with the appropriate level of support and development necessary for you to deliver your role successfully.
How to apply
To apply we will need a CV and completed application questions – a covering letter is not required. As shortlisting is now being done anonymously, we ask that all identifying personal information such as name and address are removed from CV’s and no name is attached to completed questions. Instead please use an identification code of your own choosing, consisting of two letters and two numbers.