Junior HR Business Partner, restaurant - £35/40k, many perks (Midlands)

£35k - 40k per year + ...
06 Mar 2018
06 Apr 2018
Stuart Hills
Head Office

Junior HR Business Partner, restaurant - £35/40k, many perks (Midlands)

Location:                     Midlands based, covering the North  

Salary Package            £35,000 - £40,000 great stepping role  

You must come from a hospitality/retail background and have Junior HR Business Partner or multi-site experience.

A new role has arrived on my desk, looking for a Junior HR Business Partner to work with a fantastic brand within the Midlands based, covering the North, a nice patch and a good location to be based

The Junior HR Business Partner role:

Highly visible ‘face of the business’ role

Responsible for all the HR related issues within the region

Ensuring training standard through your team within the region

Working with a team reporting into the HR director

Working with different key areas of the business

Assisting the senior management in developing HR policy

Dealing with stakeholders

MUST be commercially aware

Dealing with Mergers and disposals

Must have a wealth of experience and be able to prove this 

The right Junior HR Business Partner:

Fun, friendly and outgoing!

Experience of recruiting and developing managers and staff

Strong experience in employee relations

Passionate about service – both internal and external

Full CIPD is a big positive

Experience of working in a diverse team of characters!

Location:                     Midlands based, covering the North 

Salary Package            £35,000 - £40,000 great stepping role 

Interested in this challenge - send your CV to SH@corecruitment.com



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