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HR Business partner (Maternity Cover - Part Time)

Location:
London
Careers Site Advertising End Date:
31 Mar 2019
About Tony Blair Institute for Global Change:

At the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change we are dedicated to making globalisation work for the many, not the few. We do this by helping countries, their people and their governments, address some of the most difficult challenges in the world today – beginning with those where we think we can break new ground, offering new thinking and new approaches. Our staff – over 200 based all over the world – are working on some of the most intractable problems around issues of co-existence, governance, the peace process in the Middle East and renewing the Centre.

Focus of the Role:
This role is in a fast-paced team, the HRBP will be responsible for day-to-day tasks as well as an international focus for our US and Israel team. This role will be influential to our internal stakeholders and will report into our Senior HRBP.
 

Typical duties

  • Contribute to the overall People strategy actively shaping the agenda in line with future opportunities, with the Executive Director POD, Senior HRBP and develop plans to implement this across the Institute, or within a pillar, region or support function
  • Provide strategic people advice and business partner support to business area senior management teams, focusing on resourcing, talent management, strategic people planning, and employee relations
  • Drive consistent process compliance and efficiency and thereby ensure the effective delivery of people processes
  • Provide advice to Directors and Managers, confident in challenging and empowering them in all HR related aspects of their work, including coaching on complex casework and providing a strategic HR perspective to support workforce planning and business development
  • Support the senior level decision-making for day-to-day people management matters, as well as the strategic direction of the business within key stakeholder departments
  •  Develop and manage budgets for US benefits and Israel Benefits.
  • Central point of contact for employment law and people policy
  • Anticipate and plan for changes in legislation and practice which will impact TBI as an employer
  • Develop and continuously improve TBI employment documentation and practice
  • Manage and anticipate day to day business risk and mitigate or respond appropriately
What We Look For in Our People:
The successful candidate for the role should be able to display the majority of the following:

This is a role in a fast-paced team, working on complex delivery priorities that are highly scrutinised. Therefore the successful candidate for the role should be able to display the majority of the following:

  • Significant experience of senior broad-based HR partnering, working in international commercial, matrix, fast-paced and complex organisations
  • Significant experience of international HR partnering, preferably of the United States of America and/or Israel.
  • Strategic mind-set with a demonstrated ability to interpret business goals into robust people strategies
  • Commercial focus with demonstrated ability to identify and deliver commercial outcomes
  • A strong influencer, problem solver and confident communicator. Can successfully defuse tensions where they exist, and offer advice, guidance and coaching to senior leaders
  • Strong organisation and prioritisation skills and able to successfully manage and deliver multiple projects simultaneously
  • Innovative and tenacious. A self-starter, resilient, and flexible team player capable of working collaboratively, leading others with a light touch, and capable of building a strong, effective network across the organisation.

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