HRM have been retained by a global organisation to appoint a HR Business Partner for Global Functions. Reporting to the Senior HR Business Partner for Global Functions, the successful candidate will have the skills and experience to operate in a HRBP capacity and support senior functional leaders on all day-to-day HR matters. They will also take the lead for key projects that have an impact across all Functions.
- Provide operational HR Business Partner support to Global functions teams based in Dublin, Amsterdam, US & Europe.
- Lead a number of HR and People Projects, engaging closely with Divisional and Functional HR colleagues throughout the process.
- Support the business in talent acquisition.
- Apply strong project and change management rigor on implementation of all initiatives.
- Support line manager capability across the spectrum of people processes and practices.
- Champion the talent agenda with local leadership teams and support the annual Talent Review process for Global functions.
- Work closely with colleagues in functions such as Reward, Learning & Development, Talent Management to leverage their input and expertise to support the design and delivery of key people initiatives and annual processes.
- Manage employee relations issues that arise in accordance with local country requirements.
- Support the annual performance management and reward cycle.
- Build collaborative and productive relationships with HR colleagues in the rest of the Group.
- Have a good awareness and understanding of people best practices, market trends and how they could be applicable to the business.
- Seek opportunities to positively influence HR policy, operational and HR process.
- HR business partnering experience, ideally operating in a complex international/matrix organisation.
- Proven track record supporting business leaders and their functions in a high performing and changing business environment.
- Ability to demonstrate strategic and innovative thinking and execution.
- Strong change management and project management experience preferable.
- A self-aware, collaborative HR professional who can positively communicate, engage colleagues, and influence key stakeholders.
- A level of resilience and flexibility to adapt quickly to changing business priorities and demands.
- Working knowledge of European Employment legislation.
- A team player who is culturally sensitive.
- A logical, pro-active thinker with the ability to managing multiple complexes competing priorities at once.
- Proficient in PowerPoint, excel and using HR Systems.
For more information, contact Sarah Louise Nolan on 01-9609834 or apply directly.