Office Manager: HR Support
We are looking for an experienced Office Manager (HR Support) to work with our Group HR Director and the wider HR team at Trinity Mirror's head office in Canary Wharf. This role will be working in a fast-paced environment where you will need to demonstrate versatility and have a proactive approach to dealing with a variety of HR and business related issues.
Much of the information you will have access to is highly confidential, so tact and discretion is paramount in this role.
- Competitive salary
- 25 days holiday + 8 bank holidays
- Pension plan + flexible benefits
- diary support for Group HR Director and HR management teammeeting and greeting visitors at all levels of seniorityarranging travel and accommodation for the Group HR Director and HR management teamarranging, coordinating and supporting all internal and external meetings for the Group HR Directorattending meetings, minute taking and action taking during meetingsproducing documents, briefing papers, board reports and presentationsdrafting HR related documents and correspondencemanaging the Group HR Director's inbox and answering emails and various HR related enquiries on their behalfability to prioritise HR related activity and work to strict deadlinessupport the HR team on any projectsproofreading and basic checking of HR documents providing general HR administrative support such as managing office supplies and equipment, answering phones, mailing, filing and photocopying of confidential informationoverseeing internal communications across the wider HR team
- given the nature of the role it's critical you have experience of working within a corporate HR environmentyou'll need a 'can do' attitude with a professional but friendly demeanourexcellent organisation skills with the ability to prioritise and organise a heavy workloadability to establish and develop professional working relationships with our senior managers and their support teamsproficient in the use of MS Office applications, Google and Gmailmanages time-sensitive and confidential information while exercising tact, diplomacy and discretion in written and verbal communications