HR Business Partner / Team Lead

England, Cornwall, Camborne
£32000 - £35000 per annum
17 Oct 2016
31 Oct 2016
Recruitment Genius Ltd
HR & Training
Contract Type
Full Time
This global health technology company is entering an exciting period of growth, and are looking for a fully CIPD qualified (Level 5 Minimum) Senior HR Professional to provide a high quality People Development (PD) service to managers and employees. The HR Business Partner/Team Lead will offer expert knowledge and insight to support effective strategic and operational decision making and leadership in line with Company objectives and culture, and will be comfortable to take a strategic lead on Recruitment, Employee Relations, Learning and Development, Engagement, Organisation Development, and Health & Safety to proactively support the growth and development of the business.

This role is based in Cornwall, however is likely to involve occasional travel in the future to other offices (UK & possibly globally), so a willingness and degree of flexibility to travel when required is essential.

Duties and Responsibilities:
- Take ownership of the People Development Programme, promoting, supporting and encouraging employee engagement across all areas of the business
- Provide professional and high quality advice, support, and guidance to line managers on employment law and ER issues
- Proactively manage employee relations, ensuring both managers and staff feel supported at work
- Lead the recruitment process by designing, planning and implementing effective recruitment solutions that will meet business requirements
- Lead a number of projects on the HR/People Development Plan
- Ensure all HR policies and procedures are kept up to date and are in line with UK legislation requirements and industry best practice
- Work closely with departments, assisting line managers to understand and implement policies and procedures including managing health and safety at work
- Develop line manager capability, coaching as and when required to ensure they have the necessary skills to build a high performance culture and deliver strong results through their teams
- Ensure the PD department maintain accurate records
- Work with their Information Security Manager and Quality Manager to ensure that the whole HR function from recruitment through to leaving meets the requirements of their ISO9001/13485 and ISO27001 standards.
- Coach staff on the Company 'culture' and 'way of working' in line with our staff led values, ensuring equality and diversity is promoted
- Support the Management Team on pay and remuneration including promotion, benefits, salary reviews and learning reviews, keeping track of local and national salary levels
- Plan and deliver, where relevant, training; including inductions
- Liaise with staff on queries or concerns relating to wellbeing and personal development in the workplace, in a non-confrontational, confidential and supportive manner
- Take responsibility for ensuring the department have submitted the relevant payroll notifications on time for processing
- Undertake line management duties for the PD Team

Previous HR experience at Advisory/Manager level is essential. Must be CIPD qualified.