HR Consultant

Role Overview

The Link Financial Group is one of Europe’s leading specialist credit servicing firms.  Established in 1998 and headquartered in London with operations throughout Europe, our clients include the largest European banks and specialist consumer finance issuers.

Our success is delivered by our people, we are proud of what we do, passionate about our work and always strive to be the best.

Reporting to the Managing Director, Group Operations, the HR Consultant will be responsible for working closely with the broader HR team in the Group, key stakeholders and senior business leaders in the countries.

The main purpose for the role is to prepare a comprehensive reporting for the Group Board on HR metrics and to work on harmonisation of HR policies and processes, set up and manage a variety of HR projects across the region.

The HR Consultant will work in partnership with local HR teams, senior leadership teams and other internal stakeholders to support change management projects within the organisation.

The HR Consultant will be able to step in and support various European locations in BAU HR activities as an additional resource and support the launch of new countries or operations.

Role Content

  • Project management – leading projects regarding reporting, Group policies and issues in the HR area across different entities
  • Support HR teams across entities and all geographies in implementing Group policies
  • Working with HR teams across the Group to identify challenges and propose action plans
  • Promote a culture of continuous improvement, identifying where efficiencies and improvements in HR processes can be made
  • Group reporting covering all aspects of HR performance
  • Active support an promotion of Link values

Work Experience & Qualifications

  • You will have a solid understanding and experience of HR metrics, processes and procedures within a financial and/or professional services environment.
  • Experience in HR in multinational, matrix structure within financial services
  • Min five years of HR generalist experience gained as part of a large HR team, HR Business Partner or form the consultancy field
  • Practical understanding of HR best practices, policies / procedures
  • Proven track record in HR project management and/or change management
  • Educated to degree / post graduate level
  • CIPD qualified


The skills listed below are considered the minimum requirement for the role.

  • Stakeholders management
  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Influencing skills
  • Any European language (French, Italian, Spanish or German)
  • Self- starter able to work independently
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Ability to engage, communicate and present at all levels to a high degree of literacy and fluidity
  • Any European language (French, Italian, Spanish or German)
  • Willingness to travel

Primary location


Job type

Full Time


  • Competitive salary
  • Participation in discretionary annual performance related bonus
  • Health insurance
  • Contributory pension

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