Location: Central London with flexible working
Salary: £39,248 per annum rising to £43,380 following two years service, plus excellent benefits
Hours: Full-time/35 hours
Contractual status: Permanent
The RCR is a great place to work, with an ambitious agenda. At the forefront of the health agenda, our members diagnose and treat cancer, heart disease, stroke and more, while leading on innovations including AI, skills mix and community diagnostic hubs. As COVID-19 recedes and the cancer backlog rises up the agenda, our members’ work and views have never been more important.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious HR team, looking to redefine the way human resources adds value to organisations by implementing innovative HR practices and initiatives, allowing the RCR and its people to perform at their absolute best. As a team we value an evidence-based approach in achieving this, utilising data to measure the impact of our work.
We are looking for an experienced and switched-on HR professional to join the team in the position of HR Business Partner (HRBP). The successful applicant will have good knowledge of the range of HR and L&D disciplines, with a real understanding of how they contribute to business success. They’ll be confident and credible, able to establish great, trusting working relationships, gaining the respect of staff and managers in all aspects of their work.
At the RCR, we’ve built a HR team that values the benefit teamwork and diverse thinking brings, we like to be creative in how we solve problems and work at the cutting-edge of industry standards, ensuring everything we do adds value to the business and our employees. The HRBP will play a key role in all of this, contributing to the achievement of the people strategy by delivering and developing specified HR and OD functions and services across the RCR. The role is varied, with a focus on operational delivery, project work and partnering with and advising managers. As such, each day will be different, but the goal will be the same, whether you’re: compiling and reviewing PDR’s to develop training plans; reviewing payroll; advising managers; conducting exit interviews; updating policies; writing management reports; researching new initiatives or managing projects, you’ll be doing it with the aim of making our people’s working lives the best they can be, and in turn enabling the RCR to reach new hights, delivering on it’s ambitions and improving imaging and cancer care for all.
If this sounds like the opportunity for you then please view our website for more information on the role, the RCR and for instructions on how to apply here.
Candidates that are successfully shortlisted for the position will be asked to attend a first stage interview for the role on 2 February 2022, with final stage interviews scheduled for 8 February 2022.