HR Business Partner
The deadline to apply for this position has now closed. We are currently reviewing applications and will be in touch with successful candidates regarding the next stage. We received a large number of applications for this position and so, unfortunately, will not be able to reply to individuals who have been unsuccessful.
About Good Law Project
Good Law Project’s mission is to achieve change through the law. We defend, define and change the law to protect the environment, uphold democracy and ensure no one is left behind. We hold the government and others to account through challenges in the courts, and through campaigning for positive change.
We are a small and young organisation, but we have been expanding quickly, with increasingly prominent and successful legal cases: we had a primary role in over-turning the prorogation of Parliament 18 months ago and have very recently been shining a bright light on the government’s award of PPE contracts and jobs to their friends and associates. We raise funds directly from the public for our work in the public interest, and operate on a not for profit basis. We are brave, honest and decisive – those are Good Law Project’s values.
We have a team of 12 people currently, at different stages of their specialist careers in law, communications, research, policy, campaigning and corporate and governance support – but all united in their energy and commitment to GLP and the public it serves. We expect our team to grow by 6-8 roles over the coming 12-18 months, and as it does, we are committed to doing the best for them so that they can successfully achieve our aims and develop their capabilities.
We are now looking for an experienced and well-qualified HR Business Partner who shares our values and is committed to our causes, and who knows how to help a small organisation make the transition from start-up to a more established state, building a firmer organisational foundation for future growth and change. We have many ideas and plans for the future and our HR Business Partner will help to bring them to fruition.
You can read the full job description and person specification here.
This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced HR professional who wants to bring their generalist knowledge, wisdom and energy to an exciting and growing small organisation committed to the public good and to doing things the right way – and being seen to do so.
You will report to our Chief Operating Officer and there is some HR administrative support. You can see how the role fits into the current GLP team on our structure chart.
Salary: £40,000 per annum pro rata with generous benefits
Hours: Part – time: 0.4-0.6 FTE (14 – 21 hours per week), preferably spread over 4-5 days
Contract type: permanent, after completion of 3 months’ probation
Location: Remote currently due to COVID-19; ultimately working in central London with some flexibility.
Essential experience and attributes
The successful candidate will:
- Have several years’ experience of delivery of human resources services, advice and support
- Have generalist HR experience in employment relations case work
- Be able to use and develop HR management information systems
- Be able to evidence operating in a “start-up” environment and delivering HR projects from design to completion in a fast-paced environment
- Support GLP’s values and demonstrate commitment to its areas of work
- Have a professional HR qualification at CIPD level 5 or equivalent.
To apply, please send us one 3-page document consisting of your CV (max one page) with a covering letter of no more than two pages outlining why you are interested in the role, and how you meet the requirements, together with the details of two referees to [email protected], with the subject line “HR Business Partner”
Deadline for applications: 11:30pm, 21 March 2021
We intend to hold interviews via Zoom on 5 April 2021. If you cannot make this date, please let us know in your covering letter.
We welcome and encourage applicants from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability (physical or learning), LGBT or relationship status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex or social class. We particularly welcome applications from BAME candidates and/or those with lived experience of disadvantage.