About the Organisation:
Our client is a leading professional services firm with a strong international presence. Their high-energy, cooperative culture allows their employees to better assist their clients to achieve their goals, enabling their workers to truly love where they work.
The client is looking for a HR Manager to join their Human Resources department, specifically the performance and people team who's responsible for managing all hiring that occurs across the firm globally. This role in particular will predominantly be in charge of embed new people manager accreditation programme and support.
Within this role, you will occasionally be in charge of a number of responsibilities involving the recruitment process including but not limited to, arranging interviews, and coordinating with recruitment agencies, posting jobs to both internal and external job boards, and interviewing candidates at varying levels of seniority for upcoming vacancies.
You will be reporting into the Talent Acquisition Team and will work closely with each business area cross the company to provide guidance on recruitment methods and best practice. You work strategically with the business and partner with the HR Generalist Team across the firm to apply expertise in performance and talent management.
Additionally, you will analyse large amounts of data including but not limited to, reviewing the quality of objectives set across the firm, ensuring training records are reviewed and stress test new approaches to ensure processes are being adhered to.
You will also support in the roll out of Diversity & Inclusivity training across the firm and work collaboratively with department and functions across the firm leverage. Furthermore, your role will support in the application of their Identifying and Development Potential tool, in order to map talent and work strategically with their Head of Workforce Planning and People Development to identify skills gaps.
The Successful Applicant:
The successful applicant must have previous professional services experience in order to succeed within this role. Experience working as an HR Manager is an advantage however, candidates who have experience as a Personal Development/Learning & Development Manager will equally be considered. Strong familiarity with delivering performance and talent management solutions across a varied business structure is beneficial but this is not a prerequisite.
Expertise with supporting change management activities is also key to being successful in this role. Understanding of managing complexed projects with multiple stakeholders whilst also having experience in designing and delivering training is advantageous. Furthermore, you must be capable of working both collaboratively and independently to work towards the relevant business objectives.
Alongside this, the ideal candidate must have strong communication skills both verbal and written, with an attention to detail and strong organisational skills.
The SR Group (UK) Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.