Situation Vacant – HR Advisor

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Job Description

Your role

To deliver an efficient and effective generalist HR services to employees and managers, in support of the work delivered by the HR Business Partners and the broader HR team.

What we are we looking for:

  • Primary HR point of contact for employees and managers within designated business functions and particular office locations in the EMEA region, providing support relating to employee matters and associated policies, processes, and system management
  • Manage employee relations (including performance issues, disciplinaries, grievances, absence management etc) in conjunction with line management
  • Educate employees and managers on policies, procedures and other relevant factors to identify and implement appropriate resolution steps, collaborating with global HR colleagues as needed
  • Conduct more complex employee meetings such as non-routine parental leave preparation meetings and exit interviews
  • Work in partnership with the HR BPs on matters such as redundancies and department restructuring
  • Work in partnership with the HR BPs, to take the lead in region specific risk management activities to include projects, audits, process improvement and related activities
  • Identify, recommend and document opportunities for policy and process improvements
  • Analyse employee surveys and other feedback methods to identify work environment trends and improvement opportunities
  • Provide managers with HR related information on their employees and organisation to support management decisions
  • Assist hiring managers through the hiring requisition and approvals processes, including set-up of cost centres, reporting relationships and position management
  • Work in partnership with HR BPs and HR Coordinators, to complete regular employee data audits and reconcile flagged data. Take accountability for the integrity of all data provided and recorded for specified business functions
  • Identify regulatory roles for Invesco’s global in-scope population, to include completing the relevant documentation / analysis / auditing of regulatory data. Partner with relevant Regulatory colleagues within HR and Compliance to ensure in-scope individuals understand and meet the requirements
  • Work collaboratively with functional and global HR colleagues to ensure a coordinated and high-quality HR provision

What you can bring:

  • HR experience in advising employees and managers on the application of policies, processes and risk
  • Proven ability in managing broad scope of employee relations issues
  • Demonstrated experience delivering generalist HR work such as job requisition processing and system audits as well as broader HR programs and projects
  • Proven ability to prioritise and successfully deliver a wide variety of assignments
  • Experience analysing HR-related data and reports, and presenting solid management information to help make good business decisions
  • Proven experience working in a global organisation supporting regional offices would be desirable
  • Experience working within a regulated environment would be beneficial
  • Deep understanding of employment legislation and HR best practices
  • Ability to think commercially
  • Technical HR knowledge across the broad spectrum of the HR functions such as compensation, benefits, L&D, talent acquisition, employee relations, etc.
  • Highly proficient with data systems, preferably Workday, and advanced skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • French, German, Spanish or Italian language skills would be desirable
  • CIPD qualification preferred
  • Highest commitment to confidentiality
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and relationship management skills
  • Strong flexibility, organisational and prioritisation skills
  • Good attention to detail
  • Continuous improvement mindset
  • Ability to deliver difficult messages with tact and diplomacy
  • Comfortable with ambiguity and the ability to adapt to change
  • Ability to interact with and advise employees and managers on all levels in a professional, calm, and confident manner
  • Enjoys working in a matrixed, global HR team
  • Self motivated, enthusiastic, able to work on own initiative

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