My client is a leading architectural practice based in Dublin City Centre with an international client base. Following a recent expansion, the firm wishes to appoint a new HR Business Partner to lead the HR function and partner with the management team and employees to implement best practice HR.
Reporting to the Managing Director, this new and key hire into the practice will have full responsibility for developing and directing the HR agenda, ensuring that policies, procedures and practices meet the needs, goals and objectives of the organisation. Operating in a fast-paced, dynamic and changing environment, as the HR Business Partner, you will be responsible for;
- Ensuring the implementation of key HR & people management initiatives including: Resourcing, Performance and Learning & Development
- Resourcing: Resource planning and participation in the recruitment, selection and decision-making process for key positions in the firm
- Developing and implementing a performance conversation culture and supporting performance management process
- Learning & Development at all levels with particular emphasis on enhancing the leadership and managerial capabilities across the organisation
- Staff communications and engagement, equality, diversity and inclusion, reward, compensation and benefits
- Working as an internal consultant providing support and advice to the management team on HR matters
- Acting as a coach to guide and mentor line managers in resolving employee issues
- Providing a high level of HR professionalism on all HR matters, ensuring all policies guidelines and procedures are updated and in compliance will legislation and best practice HR
- Supporting organisational change initiatives and projects and facilitating a high performing organisational culture
- Managing the work of the HR Administrator and ensuring that all HR administrative, reporting and compliance requirements are adhered to
The ideal candidate will have at least 10 years of HR experience in a similar sized professional services organisation and hold a strong record of supporting and facilitating the development of best in class people management practice. You will have a degree in HR or a related discipline and you will be a member of CIPD. As well as having a strong HR background, you will be highly engaged to communicate effectively with employees and senior leaders in the firm. You will have the appetite to proactively introduce new ways of supporting the business through the people agenda.
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