Teradata Senior HR Business Partner in London, United Kingdom
The Senior Manager/ HR Business Partner (HRBP) reports to the HR VP and will provide HR consultation and support to the Think Big Analytics organization within the International Region. The HRBP will provide counsel directly to the VP and leadership teams in this business and is responsible for leading, implementing and delivering HR initiatives in support of our business solution led, technology enabled go-to-market strategy. This includes strategies to accelerate the organization’s transformation in the respective geographies to create a high performance culture. The ideal candidate must be skilled with change management in a high tech environment and have demonstrated the ability to effectively influence senior leaders to achieve results.
Anticipate and apply critical thinking to proactively reach a solution to help resolve business challenges
Operationalize HR practices, programs, processes, and services that drive individual and business performance
Execute approved workforce plans and perform headcount analyses to ensure resources are properly aligned to meet business goals and objectives
Consult with managers on acquiring the right talent, including assessing the skill gaps and building the staffing strategy to acquire the future talent
Provide day to day delivery of HR best practices and services that match HR solutions to business issues
Deploy regulatory compliance/conformance and diversity initiatives within the Think Big Analytics organization Internationally.
Provide consultation and coaching to senior business leaders and employees regarding employee relations issues
Support deployment of global HR processes and programs, including Performance and Talent Management, Pay Administration, Talent Acquisition, Career Development, and Organization Design initiatives
Design appropriate retention strategies – consult with senior leaders on talent development and succession plans and help implement consistent practices throughout the organization
Analyze total comp packages for employees and make sound recommendations on competitive pay delivery
Maintain professional network in respective markets to stay abreast of trend changes in labor competition and availability of talent
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
The position requires a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in HR Management, employee Relations or related discipline, and a minimum of 10 years of experience in Human Resources, preferably 6-8 years as a HR Generalist with significant International experience. The ideal candidate should have knowledge in a broad range of HR functional areas including Compensation (practice and delivery), HR Technology, Talent Management, Performance Management and general HR. The candidate should have the ability to engage and influence others to achieve results.
The position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills along with effective listening and strong interpersonal skills. The ideal candidate should be able to analyze inputs and make data-driven recommendations that align with best practices and understand competing business priorities to drive results and meet deadlines.
The ideal candidate should have worked in environments that have a focus on delivering best-of-class, high quality results. To be successful, candidates must be self-directed and capable of working well as an individual contributor and as a member of the team. Candidate must excel at time management, detail orientation, and data analysis. Candidates must have the self-confidence to push through issues while maintaining relationships, and demonstrated techniques and experience overcoming obstacles. Candidates will also have a proven ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously and take initiative even under unfamiliar or ambiguous circumstances.
This position requires someone comfortable working in a high volume; fast-paced, rapidly changing, results-oriented work environment and hold themselves to a very high standard. The position requires strong MS Office skills and the ability to travel up to 20% as required. Person should live in the geography supported.
*Our total compensation approach includes a competitive base salary, Pension scheme, strong work/family programs, and Private Healthcare. Teradata is an Equal Opportunity Employer.