HR Business Partner

Contact Aimee Burke
  • Salary: €50,000-€70,000 DOE
  • Location: IrelandMunsterLimerick
  • Sector: Power & Energy

Our client, a leading Global Engineering & Construction Firm are seeking a HR Business Partner to join our Team to facilitate extensive and ambitious growth in headcount. This role will be primarily based in their Limerick office.


  • Partner with stakeholders across senior management, Legal, finance and operations to develop contract terms, compensation, benefits and HR policies and procedures.
  • Provide guidance to Managers and employees on HR-related matters including recruitment, hiring and onboarding.
  • Provide HR business support to Senior Leadership teams
  • Lead Succession Planning, Manager development and performance management processes.
  • Coach and Support Line Managers on absence & performance management.
  • Guide Line Managers with best practices to improve retention, culture, engagement, development, and employee relations.
  • Provide support and advice on immigration, separation/termination, performance evaluations
  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​Follow developments in HR and Salary scales/ benefits practices 
  • Partner with the Talent Acquisition and HR team to understand and support growth strategies.​​​​​​​
  • Lead the effective delivery of HR projects to support the growth of the business.​​​​​​​
  • Be a Mentor to other HR team members on areas such as Performance Management and Employee Relations.


  • 3rd level HRM Qualification essential
  • 10+ years HR experience 
  • Extensive experience of Performance Management and Employee Relations 
  • Career Coaching Certified desirable
  • Excellent leadership and people management abilities.
  • Excellent communication and Presentation skills with the ability to foster long-term relationships with stakeholders at all levels

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