HR Business Partner

  • Administration
  • Basingstoke, United Kingdom

HR Business Partner

Job description

Your role as HR Business Partner

Your role will be key in supporting the UK business as it enters its exciting next phase of change and growth. You will be expected to operate at a strategic level and work closely with the Leadership team and wider business to drive and enhance people practices. You will also need to work collaboratively with other HR teams in Europe, providing ad hoc support wherever it is needed and contributing to group initiatives. This is a fantastic opportunity for building up experience in all areas of HR, with a company that values smart people and offers great opportunities for development.


Your responsibilities will support the aim of providing a seamless employee experience. You will act as a trusted advisor to staff and managers within the business and will be expected to:

  • Champion and deliver our ‘People First’ HR strategy in line with our company’s core values: #HighEnergy, #SmartPeople, and #OneTeam
  • Assist the Leadership team with the short-, medium-, and long-term workforce strategy and business planning
  • Ensure HR policies and procedures are regularly reviewed and continue to reflect up-to-date employment law and best practice
  • Own the employee life cycle process (onboarding through to offboarding)
  • Provide seamless administration of the recruitment process – including management of the ATS (Recruitee); organisation of interviews; employment vetting; creation of a talent pool using job boards, LinkedIn, and partnerships with external agencies
  • Assist with the administration of monthly payroll processes and annual P11D forms
  • Manage all employment benefit schemes and associated renewal negotiations
  • Act as a Health and Safety Officer and manage associated processes

Job requirements

You will be a highly motivated individual with a passion for all things HR! You should be conscientious, pragmatic, and trustworthy, with the ability to remain flexible and efficient in a fast-paced and dynamic business environment. The critical importance of confidentiality must be appreciated at all times. You must be able to demonstrate a skill set and competencies that enable first-class delivery of the responsibilities outlined above. 


Additional requirements include:

  • CIPD or equivalent qualification
  • 2+ years’ experience working in a similar role
  • Comprehensive knowledge of UK Employment Law and Employee Relations
  • High level of empathy, integrity, and confidentiality; organised and professional
  • Fluent in English with excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task and work calmly under pressure; meticulous attention to detail
  • Excellent relationship-building skills at all levels
  • Strong strategic thinker with the ability to navigate through ambiguity and difficult situations
  • Demonstration of commercial awareness when providing advice and guidance
  • Excellent knowledge of MS 365
  • Ideally First Aid and/or Fire Warden trained

Infradata is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating and sustaining an environment in which everyone is provided with an equal opportunity to grow and develop, and no individual will be unjustly discriminated against. This includes, but is not limited to, discrimination because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex and sexual orientation.