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HR Business Partner - Fee Earners

Job Title: HR Business Partner - Fee Earners
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, United Kingdom
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Reference: KM/13608
Contact Name: Kirstin MacLaren
Contact Email: km@elliottscotthr.com
Job Published: December 14, 2017 17:44

Job Description

Our client is a top law firm looking to hire a strong HR Business Partner. The purpose of the role is to work with and influence key stakeholders and partners to improve business performance by identifying areas for improvement and facilitating change initiatives. This HR Business Partner role will support specific fee earner departments (client groups). 

Key Responsibilities

  • Business Partnering 
  • Career Development Review Process
  • Salary Review 
  • Projects
  • Line Management Responsibility
 Desired Skills and Experience
  • At least 3 years experience as HR Business Partner
  • Preferably legal or professional services experience
  • Graduate or equivalent and ideally GCIPD qualified 
  • HR Professional with previous experience of building effective relationships with senior stakeholders 
  • Experience of managing junior staff preferable
  • Strong team player essential
  • Commercially astute and a good understanding of the practical application of HR
  • Proactive 
  • Strategic 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Strong influencing skills and able to build credibility quickly
  • Integrity and discretion 
  • Ability to inspire confidence and respect at all levels 
  • Flexible in thinking and approach

 

For further information please contact Kirstin MacLaren at km@elliottscotthr.com

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