HR People Partner

  • Part-time
  • HR
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Last day to apply: 30/09/2023

About Us

BLINK INDUSTRIES is an Emmy-winning and BAFTA-nominated development and production studio based in London. We specialise in bringing an inventive, mixed-media approach to our slate of Comedy and Family projects, and we're passionate about developing ideas that look and feel like no other.

We are looking for a talented and versatile HR People Partner starting as soon as possible, to join our team on an exciting new 2D/CG mixed media TV series project that we're bringing to life at our North-London-based studio.


  • A minimum of 2 years of relevant HR experience in a creative environment; experience in working within the entertainment industry, a distinct bonus
  • Passion for nurturing a diverse pool of international talent and a creative and collaborative work environment
  • Expert knowledge in recruiting and retaining diverse talents from a broad variety of backgrounds and disciplines
  • Strong ability to identify, foresee and pro-actively act upon issues within the team and project structures as they arise
  • Strong ability to identify potential for cultural and structural growth and pro-actively apply impactful short- and long-term improvements in collaboration with the management staff
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Expert knowledge of latest HR law, policies, guidelines and regulations
  • Proficient in HR functions and best practices
  • Passion for Learning, Development and Innovation
  • Experience working with in-house, hybrid and remote working talents (a plus)

What will you be doing?

  • Work closely with senior production staff to nurture and look after a diverse pool of talent from various backgrounds and disciplines
  • Work closely with senior production staff to recruit and retain a diverse pool of talents from a broad variety of disciplines
  • Manage the life cycle of an employee, from managing visa processes and on-boarding national and international talent to career development, planning and off-boarding.
  • Draft and review policies and best practices and ensure they are up-to-date, fit for purpose and enforced throughout the production
  • Offer day-to-day support for crew from all disciplines to ensure a safe and collaborative work environment is maintained throughout
  • Champion diversity and inclusion throughout the production
  • Pro-Actively and in collaboration with the respective stakeholders, initiate, manage and implement short- and long-term improvements to the project and HR processes and procedures
  • Pro-Actively and in collaboration with the respective stakeholders, initiate, manage and execute opportunities for growth and learning throughout the production

The role is based at our North-London based Studio in the UK/England and requires the candidate to have the right to work in the UK and work on location.

If this sounds like it's up your alley, please fill out the questionnaire below and we'll be in touch should we think you're a fit. We're looking forward to hearing from you!