HR Director, Major International Services Company, London, UK

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Competitive Salary Package
Europe UK
Job Number
Line of Business
CEO & Board of Directors
Carla Coelho

Our client, a major international services company with a total number of staff in the UK in excess of 10,000+, requires an HR Director to report to the UK’s Managing Director.  The position will be based in London, United Kingdom.

HR Director Job Responsibilities:

  • Responsibility for sustaining, creating and actualising HR policy and frameworks in conjunction with HR strategy and current legislation
  • Advise and mentor line and middle management together with HR employees on best practice and viable resolutions
  • Establish and apply Best Individuals/HR activities that empower the accomplishment of business targets
  • Supervise the recruitment procedure and arrangement of screening to all employees, an essential service
  • Elevating management capability through guiding line supervisors to be successful people managers
  • Sustain and create HR frameworks so that the HR group can adequately develop the business. In some circumstances, support the inception of new frameworks
  • Supply HR input to tenders and client contracts involving guiding on TUPE-related exercises
  • Initiate process changes to diminish costs or enhance service levels
  • Oversee viable succession planning for management and support roles
  • Determine training needs cross business and establish training arrangements as necessary
  • Supply management data and HR KPI measures
  • Evaluate organisational structures and lead organisational plans and improvements in relation to best business practice
  • Supply employment law guidance, both remotely and face to face in complex circumstances including management to Employment Tribunal level
  • Directly manage the UK HR Shared Service work guaranteeing a quality service is given to every supported business


  • Considerable general HR experience at management level incorporating hands-on skill in social security, regulations, employment law (disciplinary/grievance/redundancy and medical issues)
  • Experience in creating HR strategies and procedures
  • Experience in working in the disciplines of ability talent recognition and management
  • Experience in working in a worldwide domain in the service industry
  • Degree level ideally in Business Administration or related field
  • Superb people management skills, initiative, authority, collaboration, and motivational aptitudes. A high degree of individual initiative, professionalism, and integrity.

If you are interested in this career position, please send an updated cv to or contact directly on +44 020 7553 6331.