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HR Business Partner - UK, Ireland & Channel Islands


London, GB

Can you have an immediate impact on driving all aspects of HR across a number of our key high growth locations? Are you ambitious with the aim to seek a role that can take you on the path to becoming a Head of HR? Are you keen to work within a dynamic, leading edge Financial Services HR environment? With Talent being one of our key 4 pillars as an organisation, this role will allow the successful candidate to have a seat at the table with key business stakeholders in leading HR for these locations. For the right person this is a true CV enhancing opportunity within one of the most exciting companies in our sector currently. This is a permanent, London based role that offers a variety of interesting challenges as we scale. It will suit an experienced HR professional that is ready to embrace their next challenge.  




You will be responsible to deliver results and meet all HR related objectives in your scope.


Principal Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Embrace an all encompassing HR Role including strong partnering with all HR Centres of Excellence; HR Operations, Reward, Talent Acquisition and Organisational Effectiveness
  • Comfortable and effective in working with stakeholders at all levels including executive
  • Fully understands, will become truly engrained in relevant business areas and locations
  • Will build and own HR account plans for relevant areas
  • Liaise and guide business leaders to help their teams deliver their people related business goals
  • Influence and advise employees across all levels on a wide variety of topics such as employment law, talent development, performance management, employee relations employee welfare, health and wellbeing
  • Own and drive companywide people processes such as performance management, goal setting and other initiatives
  • Update and develop effective and suitable HR initiatives, policies and procedures
  • Proactively maintain up-to-date knowledge of the business, HR trends and employment legislation
  • Enable team managers to become (more) self-sufficient with regard to day-to-day employee matters; coach them and strengthen their leadership capabilities to address and resolve employee issues



  • At least 8 years of experience in applying a broad knowledge of human resource management/business partner principles & policies, within a fast changing corporate and international organisation
  • Broad knowledge of all HR specialist areas; reward, employee relations, talent acquisition, org design etc
  • Able to sell ideas and to create engagement at all levels
  • Strong knowledge of local legislation including IR35
  • Positive energy, optimistic, can do attitude and driven personality
  • Relevant industry experience is a definite plus
  • CIPD membership is a definite plus




Alter Domus is a leading provider of integrated solutions for the alternatives industry, serving private equity, infrastructure, real estate, and debt capital markets sectors. Our talent pool of some 3,000 employees across more than 40 offices and desks offer fund administration, corporate services, depositary services, transfer pricing, domiciliation and management company services. We also provide specialist solutions such as loan administration, agency services, trade settlement and CLO manager services.


Alter Domus mentors and develops its employees’ technical knowledge and practical skills, championing commitment and a customer-oriented mindset. After successfully supporting a number of graduate trainees to become ACCA qualified accountants and ICSA professionals, we now have more vacancies for graduates who would like you to join them and train for the future.

Offering a diverse and collaborative environment that respects individual needs and promotes ongoing development, we also provide an extensive training plan, variety of work and an international mobility policy offering opportunities to gain experience in their many jurisdictions.