HR Advisor

Date: 03-Mar-2023

Location: Leeds, GB, LS13 4HT

Company: Britvic



Hybrid working - working from home and our Leeds factory
At Britvic we’re on a journey to become the most dynamic soft drinks company. As one of the UK’s leading players in the FMCG market we pride ourselves on setting high standards, being courageous and pushing ourselves to think outside the bottle.
We offer consumers a range of family favourite and global premium brands such as Robinsons, Tango, J20, R Whites & London Essence. We exist to help people enjoy life’s everyday moments.
About the role:
This is an exciting opportunity to join the HR delivery team. Working with the Head of HR - Supply Chain and HRBP, the HR Advisor will play a vital role in delivering the key elements of the HR annual operating plan (AOP) to enable the success of the organisation. This role will partner with our Leeds factory and support with projects across Supply Chain. They will lead and support the execution of core cyclical processes such as; performance, talent, annual salary review and engagement.
This role will would be a fantastic development opportunity for those wanting to progress in their HR career or to step into the world of HR Business Partnering.
Key Responsibilities:
  • You will need to work in partnership with the HR Specialist functions to lead and support the delivery of our core people processes across the business, e.g. talent review, performance, engagement, reward, etc
  • They will need to build strong relationships with key stakeholders to implement our key HR initiatives, holding them to account for role modelling the right behaviours, ways of working, high performance and adoption of HR processes that enable us to deliver as One Britvic in a simpler, more accountable, and efficient way.
  • Support with the delivery of required change activities such as, organisation design and implementation, capability development, cultural & behavioural changes, and engagement plans
  • Build employee engagement, supporting the business in the interpretation of and action planning around our aspiration to be ‘An inspiring place to work’.
  • Talent reviews - Identify and embed the right talent interventions required to attract, develop and retain talent across Supply Chain
  • Coach and advise on the application of performance framework, succession planning and reward processes ensuring consistency of application and interpretation. Drive a high-performance culture by challenging management teams to appropriately apply a breadth of performance and development principles and tools
  • Work in partnership with the Capability & Development Manager for Supply Chain to work through business capability needs to find solutions and interventions as appropriate. Identify and address leadership team development needs at both a team and individual level.
  • Lead management teams to display role model leadership behaviour through embedding feedback and coaching relationships
  • Support the wider HR Team by sharing insight, knowledge and experiences.  Where appropriate, coach HRS colleagues to deliver great outcomes and ensure company-wide adoption of the HR Operating model.
Experience Required:
  • A strong desire to develop within HR Business Partnering
  • Some experience and understanding of HR activities such as planning, talent management, resourcing, performance, ER .
  • Some previous experience of Partnering with Supply Chain and/or a good understanding of factory environment.
  • Some experience of relationship building and engaging and influencing stakeholders
  • Policy understanding: Awareness of critical current and emerging employment legislation requirements
  • Some experience of balancing complex workloads, being able to organise and prioritise
Key Behaviours:
Stronger Together:
  • Building relationship with internal customers – challenging and commercial
  • Influencing senior stakeholders – inspiring and coaching
Act with Pace
  • Managing complex and diverse workload
  • Proactive diagnosis and resolution
Own it
  • Taking ownership and accountability
  • Effective planning of a people agenda
  • Managing competing priorities effectively
  • CIPD qualified or working towards (desired)
We believe we are stronger together and that’s why we’re committed to providing equal opportunities to all applicants and employees. We know that by building a truly inclusive environment where everyone feels celebrated, safe and respected - diversity and wellbeing will naturally thrive