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        • city of london, london
        • permanent
        • £80,000 - £100,000 per year
        • full-time
        Seeking a head of HR to join a high profile bank to enhance & up-skill talent within the business. You will be focusing on the HR structure by identifying and researching issues that can be improved as well as focusing on the key operation to help strive productivity within the HR Function by the help of a well established HR team. It is important you can contribute information and analytical recommendations using a strategic way of thinking to direct the team within the necessary organizational objectives across all business areas.Managing and overseeing the head of departments team- working alongside the executive team.Ensure the development, maintenance and review of efficient HR administration systems to cover all aspects of employment so that a quality and compliant service is provided to managers and staff.Develop, implement and communicate effective systems of performance management so that the company's human resources are maximized.Experience of Mergers and Acquisitions, starting from due-diligence and integration (cultural and process wise)Head of employment, transformation, reward, support services, Learning and Development, Comp & Ben.Review, adjust, implement and manage all aspects of payroll and remuneration, bonuses and benefits.Dealing with all ER issues, talent planning, career development. Personal well being, diversity and inclusion, performance management.HRIS system & project management review.Drive business strategic objectives, to pro-actively support the development of the business and its people adapting to the new future of work predictions.Must have:CIPD Qualification - Level 7 or Human resources masters degreeMinimum 10 years experience at senior HR level within financial services/banking sectorsLeadership experience working within global organisationsExperience operating business/function at senior board management level as a trusted advisor. Influencing decisions and challenging behaviours. UK & International employment law practices
        Seeking a head of HR to join a high profile bank to enhance & up-skill talent within the business. You will be focusing on the HR structure by identifying and researching issues that can be improved as well as focusing on the key operation to help strive productivity within the HR Function by the help of a well established HR team. It is important you can contribute information and analytical recommendations using a strategic way of thinking to direct the team within the necessary organizational objectives across all business areas.Managing and overseeing the head of departments team- working alongside the executive team.Ensure the development, maintenance and review of efficient HR administration systems to cover all aspects of employment so that a quality and compliant service is provided to managers and staff.Develop, implement and communicate effective systems of performance management so that the company's human resources are maximized.Experience of Mergers and Acquisitions, starting from due-diligence and integration (cultural and process wise)Head of employment, transformation, reward, support services, Learning and Development, Comp & Ben.Review, adjust, implement and manage all aspects of payroll and remuneration, bonuses and benefits.Dealing with all ER issues, talent planning, career development. Personal well being, diversity and inclusion, performance management.HRIS system & project management review.Drive business strategic objectives, to pro-actively support the development of the business and its people adapting to the new future of work predictions.Must have:CIPD Qualification - Level 7 or Human resources masters degreeMinimum 10 years experience at senior HR level within financial services/banking sectorsLeadership experience working within global organisationsExperience operating business/function at senior board management level as a trusted advisor. Influencing decisions and challenging behaviours. UK & International employment law practices
        • city of london, london
        • permanent
        • £34,000 - £38,000 per year
        • full-time
        Digby Morgan is partnered with one of the UK's hottest start-ups based near Old Street, currently experiencing incredible success in their industry, who are seeking a People Manager. This is a second-in-command role within the People Function, reporting into the Head of People, where you will be responsible for all HR and People Operations for this 50 person company. The ideal candidate is a culture-obsessed HR Advisor with at least 3 years of HR experience looking for a step-up into an agile environment where they can take charge of all People Ops. This would entail:Handling of all employee life-cycle operations such as policies, procedures, and templatesEmployee Engagement and acting as the Culture ChampionRecruitmentOnboarding & InductionsLearning & DevelopmentCompensation & BenefitsAnnual Review ProcessesEmployer BrandingHR Data & Reporting As an already highly-engaged environment, this company has some great perks such as an on-site chef for breakfast and lunch, unlimited holiday after 2 years, and summer half-days, just to list a few! If you are super passionate about People & Culture, and are incredibly excited about joining a company where you get to lay the foundations for the People Ops infrastructure, don't miss this opportunity and apply immediately!
        Digby Morgan is partnered with one of the UK's hottest start-ups based near Old Street, currently experiencing incredible success in their industry, who are seeking a People Manager. This is a second-in-command role within the People Function, reporting into the Head of People, where you will be responsible for all HR and People Operations for this 50 person company. The ideal candidate is a culture-obsessed HR Advisor with at least 3 years of HR experience looking for a step-up into an agile environment where they can take charge of all People Ops. This would entail:Handling of all employee life-cycle operations such as policies, procedures, and templatesEmployee Engagement and acting as the Culture ChampionRecruitmentOnboarding & InductionsLearning & DevelopmentCompensation & BenefitsAnnual Review ProcessesEmployer BrandingHR Data & Reporting As an already highly-engaged environment, this company has some great perks such as an on-site chef for breakfast and lunch, unlimited holiday after 2 years, and summer half-days, just to list a few! If you are super passionate about People & Culture, and are incredibly excited about joining a company where you get to lay the foundations for the People Ops infrastructure, don't miss this opportunity and apply immediately!
        • south east london, london
        • contract
        • £20.00 - £24.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Do you consider yourself a problem-solver? Are you adaptable in your work? Do you have strong and excellent verbal and written communication skills? Do you have experience and knowledge in Human Resources? We are looking for an experienced HR Manager to join a team for the local community. Ideally someone who can assist with the management of the overall HR operations and the delivery of strategic objectives. Key Responsibilities:To direct and deliver creative and innovative learning and development programmes and activities to meet Corporate and Directorate Learning and Organisational Development plans and change initiatives.Coordinate employee learning and development initiatives and activities.Support the development and delivery of leadership and management development programmes, including coaching, talent management and succession planning.To take responsibility for management of the L&D function as required, identifying L&D needs and ensuring the function supports Directorate's systems and plans, national qualifications, government targets or new legislation.Advise leadership teams, managers and HR staff on employee learning and development, maintaining and developing relationships with external organisations in so far as these relationships relate to and further this role and its responsibilities. Manage staff and budgets as allocated ensure that external funds are managed to ensure propriety of spend and conduct detailed evaluation on the return on investment. To commission consultants and external partners through the Council's contract and procurement procedures to support the delivery of learning and development activities. To maintain partnerships with appropriate external bodies in relation to research in specialist areas. Candidate Requirements:To be considered for this new opportunity: Must be CIPD qualified.Previous experience in managing a team.Previously worked in HR.Good written and verbal communication skills.Knowledgeable in project administration, planning, audit and evaluation.Knowledge of human resources and employment law.The ability to accept criticism and work well under pressure.Leadership skills.The ability to use your initiative.Business management skills.Patience and the ability to remain calm in stressful situations.The ability to work well with others.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested and passionate about being a HR Manager for your local area and believe the role is right for you, don't hesitate, apply today.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        Do you consider yourself a problem-solver? Are you adaptable in your work? Do you have strong and excellent verbal and written communication skills? Do you have experience and knowledge in Human Resources? We are looking for an experienced HR Manager to join a team for the local community. Ideally someone who can assist with the management of the overall HR operations and the delivery of strategic objectives. Key Responsibilities:To direct and deliver creative and innovative learning and development programmes and activities to meet Corporate and Directorate Learning and Organisational Development plans and change initiatives.Coordinate employee learning and development initiatives and activities.Support the development and delivery of leadership and management development programmes, including coaching, talent management and succession planning.To take responsibility for management of the L&D function as required, identifying L&D needs and ensuring the function supports Directorate's systems and plans, national qualifications, government targets or new legislation.Advise leadership teams, managers and HR staff on employee learning and development, maintaining and developing relationships with external organisations in so far as these relationships relate to and further this role and its responsibilities. Manage staff and budgets as allocated ensure that external funds are managed to ensure propriety of spend and conduct detailed evaluation on the return on investment. To commission consultants and external partners through the Council's contract and procurement procedures to support the delivery of learning and development activities. To maintain partnerships with appropriate external bodies in relation to research in specialist areas. Candidate Requirements:To be considered for this new opportunity: Must be CIPD qualified.Previous experience in managing a team.Previously worked in HR.Good written and verbal communication skills.Knowledgeable in project administration, planning, audit and evaluation.Knowledge of human resources and employment law.The ability to accept criticism and work well under pressure.Leadership skills.The ability to use your initiative.Business management skills.Patience and the ability to remain calm in stressful situations.The ability to work well with others.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested and passionate about being a HR Manager for your local area and believe the role is right for you, don't hesitate, apply today.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £70,000 - £80,000 per year
        • full-time
        Work closely with the CEO on the businesses people strategyDevelop a strong internal culture to ensure businesses growth, retention of talent and attraction of new talentWork with the senior management team to evolve and build on the organisational structureCoach and counsel senior leaders within the businessBuild on the HR processes, policies including pay/benefits, recruitment, onboarding, talent and success planning Assess and determine future designs of performance management programsLead internal and external recruitment strategies Collaborate with the CFO to design and implement C&B strategies Must have:Minimum of 10 years HR experience working within the Media/Technology industry Experience leading the HR and culture function of a fast growing startupExperience working autonomously and guiding a business through a substantial growth period CIPD Level 7 A passion for building a strong company culture!
        Work closely with the CEO on the businesses people strategyDevelop a strong internal culture to ensure businesses growth, retention of talent and attraction of new talentWork with the senior management team to evolve and build on the organisational structureCoach and counsel senior leaders within the businessBuild on the HR processes, policies including pay/benefits, recruitment, onboarding, talent and success planning Assess and determine future designs of performance management programsLead internal and external recruitment strategies Collaborate with the CFO to design and implement C&B strategies Must have:Minimum of 10 years HR experience working within the Media/Technology industry Experience leading the HR and culture function of a fast growing startupExperience working autonomously and guiding a business through a substantial growth period CIPD Level 7 A passion for building a strong company culture!
        • city of london, london
        • permanent
        • £80,000 - £100,000 per year
        • full-time
        Managing and over see head of departments team- working alongside the executive team.Ensure the development, maintenance and review of efficient HR administration systems to cover all aspects of employment so that a quality and compliant service is provided to managers and staff.Develop, implement and communicate effective systems of performance management so that the company's human resources are maximized.Experience of Mergers and Acquisitions, starting from due-diligence and integration (cultural and process wise)Head of employment, transformation, reward, support services, Learning and Devopment, Comp & Ben.Review, adjust, implement and manage all aspects of payroll and remuneration, bonuses and benefits.Dealing with all ER issues, talent planning, career developmentHRIS system & project mangement review.Drive business strategic objectives, to pro-actively support the development of the business and its people adapting to the new future of work predictions.
        Managing and over see head of departments team- working alongside the executive team.Ensure the development, maintenance and review of efficient HR administration systems to cover all aspects of employment so that a quality and compliant service is provided to managers and staff.Develop, implement and communicate effective systems of performance management so that the company's human resources are maximized.Experience of Mergers and Acquisitions, starting from due-diligence and integration (cultural and process wise)Head of employment, transformation, reward, support services, Learning and Devopment, Comp & Ben.Review, adjust, implement and manage all aspects of payroll and remuneration, bonuses and benefits.Dealing with all ER issues, talent planning, career developmentHRIS system & project mangement review.Drive business strategic objectives, to pro-actively support the development of the business and its people adapting to the new future of work predictions.
        • city of london, london
        • contract
        • £80,000 - £100,000, per year, Salary + Annual Bonus & Benefits
        • full-time
        Digby Morgan is partnered with a leading global insurance firm, who are seeking a VP Human Resources, supporting the UK and EMEA regions. The VP Human Resources will lead a team who strive for HR excellence across the full remit of HR activities. This is a senior HR leadership position, and will be a crucial partner to the global business during an exciting period of growth. This position is a 15 month fixed term contract, covering a Maternity Leave, and is based in London. The role will be a fundamental part of a full annual HR cycle. Key responsibilities;Leadership and development of a team of 4 HR generalists, ensuring efficiency in HR operations across the UK and European offices. Partnering with and advising senior leaders across the globe ensuring the HR team supports the business proactively and effectively. Overseeing and participating in the execution of all local HR programs and services (talent sourcing and selection, onboarding, orienting compensation, benefits, performance management, learning and development, employee engagement activities etc.) in partnership with the SVP Human Resources and the global HR team. Managing and leading Employee Relations cases on a senior level across the international jurisdictions, ensuring compliance with local legislation.Ensure proactive compliance with all applicable local legislations and regulations. Work closely with the SVP HR to develop and drive HR initiatives, including; organisational development & design, change management, talent management, diversity and inclusion, coaching and global HR projects.Manage the continual review, execution and monitoring of HR policies and procedures. The ideal candidate will be a forward thinking, tenured, senior HR professional who has excellent communication skills and enjoys working with a high level of autonomy and responsibility. The applicant needs to have the ability to motivate and inspire the function to embrace transformation and change, and to have the drive to truly embed themselves in the team for the duration of the contract.Key requirements;Minimum of 10 years HR experienceExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsExperience in the UK Insurance Industry is requiredTeam management experience is a necessityDegree level education (CIPD qualification strongly desired)Excellent attention to detail and organisational skillsWorkday experience is advantageous If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply.
        Digby Morgan is partnered with a leading global insurance firm, who are seeking a VP Human Resources, supporting the UK and EMEA regions. The VP Human Resources will lead a team who strive for HR excellence across the full remit of HR activities. This is a senior HR leadership position, and will be a crucial partner to the global business during an exciting period of growth. This position is a 15 month fixed term contract, covering a Maternity Leave, and is based in London. The role will be a fundamental part of a full annual HR cycle. Key responsibilities;Leadership and development of a team of 4 HR generalists, ensuring efficiency in HR operations across the UK and European offices. Partnering with and advising senior leaders across the globe ensuring the HR team supports the business proactively and effectively. Overseeing and participating in the execution of all local HR programs and services (talent sourcing and selection, onboarding, orienting compensation, benefits, performance management, learning and development, employee engagement activities etc.) in partnership with the SVP Human Resources and the global HR team. Managing and leading Employee Relations cases on a senior level across the international jurisdictions, ensuring compliance with local legislation.Ensure proactive compliance with all applicable local legislations and regulations. Work closely with the SVP HR to develop and drive HR initiatives, including; organisational development & design, change management, talent management, diversity and inclusion, coaching and global HR projects.Manage the continual review, execution and monitoring of HR policies and procedures. The ideal candidate will be a forward thinking, tenured, senior HR professional who has excellent communication skills and enjoys working with a high level of autonomy and responsibility. The applicant needs to have the ability to motivate and inspire the function to embrace transformation and change, and to have the drive to truly embed themselves in the team for the duration of the contract.Key requirements;Minimum of 10 years HR experienceExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsExperience in the UK Insurance Industry is requiredTeam management experience is a necessityDegree level education (CIPD qualification strongly desired)Excellent attention to detail and organisational skillsWorkday experience is advantageous If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply.
        • city of london, london
        • permanent
        • £60,000 - £70,000 per year
        • full-time
        HR Business Partner - Global Fintech Company Ever growing global Fintech firm is seeking a well rounded generalist HR Business Partner to join and act as a consultant within the management team focusing on all HR related issues proactively providing change through business objections and successfully balancing employee needs with strong solutions. Responsibilities:Ensure regulatory compliance with legal requirements pertinent to the day-to-day management of employees; collaborate with the legal department when necessaryResolve complex employee relations issues and address grievancesIdentify training needs for teams and individualsBuilding trusted relationships with senior stakeholders and leaders in the businessUsing experience, skills and knowledge of the HR industry to make an impact in key areas such as change management, organisational design, employee engagement and talent analyticsAnalyze trends and metrics with the HR departmentAssisting in building strong talent pipelines and managing recruitment up to c-suite levelConduct weekly meetings to check in with each business unitCoaching and mentoring junior team members and HR line managersSupporting line management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale and increase productivity and retention throughout the organisational structure.Providing strategic and day-to-day leadership to drive the delivery of the business' HR plans RequirementsMinimum 5 years' experience within a HR Business Partner role is requiredHRBP - Degree educated and CIPD qualifiedMust have previous experience working within the Financial services, or Fintech industryExcellent communication skills, both written and oral and competent in using MS Office, mainly Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Significant stakeholder management experience.Proven ability to effectively plan and prioritise multiple tasks according to business needs is key for the role of HR Business PartnerCreative mindset able to adapt at implement new strategies within the evolving fintech industry with the use of high end technology platforms
        HR Business Partner - Global Fintech Company Ever growing global Fintech firm is seeking a well rounded generalist HR Business Partner to join and act as a consultant within the management team focusing on all HR related issues proactively providing change through business objections and successfully balancing employee needs with strong solutions. Responsibilities:Ensure regulatory compliance with legal requirements pertinent to the day-to-day management of employees; collaborate with the legal department when necessaryResolve complex employee relations issues and address grievancesIdentify training needs for teams and individualsBuilding trusted relationships with senior stakeholders and leaders in the businessUsing experience, skills and knowledge of the HR industry to make an impact in key areas such as change management, organisational design, employee engagement and talent analyticsAnalyze trends and metrics with the HR departmentAssisting in building strong talent pipelines and managing recruitment up to c-suite levelConduct weekly meetings to check in with each business unitCoaching and mentoring junior team members and HR line managersSupporting line management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale and increase productivity and retention throughout the organisational structure.Providing strategic and day-to-day leadership to drive the delivery of the business' HR plans RequirementsMinimum 5 years' experience within a HR Business Partner role is requiredHRBP - Degree educated and CIPD qualifiedMust have previous experience working within the Financial services, or Fintech industryExcellent communication skills, both written and oral and competent in using MS Office, mainly Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Significant stakeholder management experience.Proven ability to effectively plan and prioritise multiple tasks according to business needs is key for the role of HR Business PartnerCreative mindset able to adapt at implement new strategies within the evolving fintech industry with the use of high end technology platforms

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