|Salary:||£36,333 to £52,841|
|Placed On:||30th March 2023|
|Closes:||14th April 2023|
If you have a strong HR background, thrive on a varied role and are committed to understanding and partnering with aligned groups of stakeholders, come and talk to us….Following an internal promotion and an internal move, we have two great opportunities within the HR Partnering Teams, working across a College or Professional Services Group.
The University of Edinburgh is committed to developing a HR Partnering community that works in collaboration with the Colleges, Professional Services Groups and HR colleagues. We deliver pragmatic and commercial HR focused solutions that support strategic and operational activities to contribute to the University’s aim of making the world a better place.
We are looking for delivery focused, enthusiastic and adaptable HR Partners to join our HR Partnering teams. You will be responsible for providing a comprehensive professional HR service to a range of colleagues across specific aligned areas.
The roles will cover a broad range of HR Partnering activity. You will build and develop excellent stakeholder relationships across your aligned areas, providing guidance and support on a range of topics. This will include working on HR projects and organisational change activities and working closely with colleagues across wider HR, such as HR Operations, Case Management, Reward and Learning & Development.
You will also advise managers on individual people issues, ensuring they are managed appropriately and in accordance with legislation and best practise. HR Partners need to be pro-active, flexible, and effectively planned and organised. You must be able to deal with both routine and more complex HR matters, determining the most appropriate way forward taking into consideration the needs of the Group or School & College, legal and policy parameters, and the potential impact, risks or benefits of any proposed solution.
In addition, the Senior HR Partner will also manage a small team and have responsibility for developing medium and long term plans, anticipating change and analysing and interpreting management information. Stakeholders will consider you a strategic partner and you will be adept at maximising those relationships to deliver people solutions which contribute to the wider department ambitions.
Your skills and attributes for success:
Type / Role: