Vacancy Type:
23 (Entain)
LOCATION: To cover South London- Ideally you'll live between Eastbourne and Southampton
SALARY: Dependent on experience + car allowance + bonus + benefits



We’re Entain. Our vision is to be the world leader in sports betting and gaming entertainment by creating the most exciting and trusted experience for our customers, revolutionising the gambling space as we go. We're home to a global family of more than 25 well-known brands, and with a focus on sustainability and growth, we will transform our sector for our players and for ourselves.


It’s a safe bet that the next chapter of the Entain story is going to be epic on a truly global scale. Want to know more? Click here for a short video. 




We offer a competitive industry salary plus a generous annual company bonus and car allowance. Other benefits include 25 days annual leave, car allowance pension scheme (matched up to 6%), private healthcare, a free subscription to the wellbeing app Unmind, our share save scheme and a great selection of professional development and in house training tools for you to use. 


That's not all, you will also have access to our bespoke benefits platform that allows you to choose the benefits that are most important to you. Oh, and let’s not forget regular company social events, parties and team building activities!

This role is to support our South London Region where the ideal location for a candidate will be Eastbourne / Crawley / Southampton so you can maintain a good work life balance whilst being present in your area with travel to our Stratford office.


The HR Business Partner will provide HR operational support to Regional Directors and Area Managers and will input into, and support the implementation of, the region’s people plan.
  • Support the Regional Director and Senior HRBP with the implementation of the People Plan to drive organisation effectiveness, engagement and high performance.
  • Provide operational HR advice and guidance to Area Managers.
  • Effectively partner Area Managers providing coaching, training, support and challenge.
  • Assist the Regional Director and Senior HRBP in monitoring Area Manager performance and capability, identifying where additional support or training is needed.
  • Implement Organisation change activity with the regional management teams.
  • Build strong and collaborative relationships with HR Services and the Centres of Expertise to build “one HR team”.
  • Work in partnership with HRSS to resolve escalated queries swiftly and identify root causes issues.
  • Assist the ER team and Area Managers on complex ER cases to bring these to conclusion.
  • Support the implementation of key programmes to drive cultural change and improved business performance e.g. Performance Development, Management Development, Engagement Surveys.
  • Represent the Retail HR Team on HR projects which may span all of Retail and/or the wider business e.g. engagement survey, shop closures etc.
  • Support the Regional Director with preparing for Regional Employee Forum meetings, preparing presentations and agendas.
  • Actively participate in the Regional Employee Forum meetings, listening to colleague concerns and feedback and driving the delivery of actions through Area Managers.
  • Support the Regional Directors and Senior HRBP with the planning of the Regional Team Meetings to ensure all area management are clear on the regional plan and their priorities.
  • Work closely with colleagues across the HR function, encouraging continuous improvement to build a strong and collaborative HR Team that effectively supports the business.
  • Support in recruitment and selection processes for Area Managers as required.
  • Be highly visible in the field, regularly visiting shops with Area Managers, providing them with feedback and guidance and meeting shop colleagues to improve engagement.
Qualifications and Educational Requirements:
  • Ideally CIPD qualified and Degree educated, although candidates with relevant experience will also be considered.
Specialist Skills and Experience Required:
  • Experience of working within an Ulrich business partner model and within a matrix model
  • Strong communication and influencing skills, and an ability to adapt both style and approach
  • Ability to handle complex issues and a capability to make sound judgement decisions in time pressured situations.
  • Ability to use data and insight to influence and make decisions
  • Good commercial acumen
  • Ability to plan, organise and effectively multitask
  • Strong technical generalist

Sound interesting? We think so!  

To read the full job description please head over to and click on the role profile to download the full job description. 




If you’re looking for an opportunity where you can add true value to a team, we want to hear from you, and you too could be part of our journey to be crowned the undisputed champion in the sports betting, gaming and interactive entertainment industry.  

We’re well on our way to clinching that title – and we’re going to do it in a safe and responsible way and it’s the people behind the tech, and the sheer talent within our teams, who enable us to lead digital entertainment in these bold new directions. Which is why we want you in the team!  

After you have applied, why not learn more about some of our colleagues here: 

About Entain

We may sit on the FTSE100, but for millions of customers worldwide, we’re the brands they hold in their hands – and heart. As the home of household names like Ladbrokes, Foxy and PartyPoker, to name just a few, we elevate lives with moments of excitement. And right now we’re elevating ourselves above the competition. We’re leading the industry in bold new directions - and it’s our diverse and talented team who are making this possible. Believe us, the best is yet to come. For our customers. For our future. For your career.

DEI and Wellbeing @ Entain

Our vision is to be the world leader in betting, gaming and interactive entertainment, and we know that the most successful businesses are the most sustainable ones. Diversity and inclusion is key to sustainability and success and our goal is to attract, engage and retain the best talent globally, bringing the best thinking to our business from inside and outside of our sector. Our ambition is to make sure everyone at Entain feels valued, respected and included. Inclusion is embedded in everything we do, because we know when we feel respected and heard, we do our best work. Sustainability drives everything we do, and doing what’s right is one of our core values. Diverse teams have more creativity, imagination, innovation and problem solving capabilities. We are committed to tackling inequalities and creating a diverse and inclusive business. Here, we celebrate our individual differences, and make sure everyone feels supported, respected, and empowered to thrive – and that starts from the moment you apply to join us. We want our employees to feel healthy and supported at home and at work. That’s why we have our Well-me programme, which provides information, tools and training to help our people look after their mental and physical wellbeing in ways that matter to them.

Life @ Entain

We’re a team who love to play, and win, together. We love building bonds between our people, and we love to build your career up too. Join us, and we won’t just be your employer, we’ll be your biggest cheerleader. We’ll give you the power to lead the conversation on your learning and career goals from day one, and then get behind you with all the support you need to take your career – and our business – to new heights.