HR Administrator

29 Mar 2019
23 Apr 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Our Client's busy HR Department is looking for a Junior HR Administrator to join their team. You will be part of an extremely busy, but friendly department.
Our Client has achieved "Ones to Watch" status following their staff survey with the Sunday Times Best 100 Companies to Work with, which means they have good levels of employee engagement and they are looking to increase engagement over the next year so they can improve their ranking even further.
The HR Administrator will work closely with the HR team to deliver the HR Strategy and ensuring effective and efficient management of day to day HR operations.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provide a front line HR presence, managing and responding to day to day queries.
• To ensure timely production and efficient storage of all HR Documentation which comply with legislative and company requirements.
• Support the recruitment process, arranging interviews and associated correspondence under the direction of the Senior HR Officer/HR Director.
• Support the induction process, including timely production of appropriate paperwork and ensuring all necessary documentation is returned to the department.
• Monitor and flag long term and short term absence trigger points.
• Maintaining the HR Diary of Key dates for staff, to include: probationary, starters, leavers, sickness absence, work experience and ensuring any reminders or documentation are prepared and sent.
• Administrative support - ensuring personnel files are maintained, regularly audited and appropriate paperwork on file for all staff.
• Manage Maternity/Paternity/Parental Leave processes. Including Risk Assessments, Leave, KIT days and Return to Work administration.
• Support with the maintenance of the computerised HR System (CIPHR). Ensuring all information is accurately and correctly entered.
• Adhoc project work as directed by the Senior HR Officer/HR Director.
• Coordination of staff survey, staff conference day, annual HR events.
• Support with communication across the business including assisting with weekly newsletter.
Essential :
• Educated to GCSE/A-level Standard with GCSE passes in English and Maths.
• CIPD - Level 3 or equivalent work experience.
Desirable :
• Experience of working in a HR Department.
Knowledge :
Essential : Good ICT knowledge, to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Desirable : Previous experience in a legal practice.
Skills :
Essential :
• Ability to work with confidence and credibility.
• A keen eye for detail and accuracy.
• Strong planning and organisational skills.
• Excellent communication skills at all levels.
• Use of an HR Database.
Desirable :
• Previous experience of CIPHR, HR Database.
• Able to work with diplomacy and maintain high levels of confidentiality.
• Desire to provide high quality service.
• High level of integrity.
Attributes :
• Willing to be flexible to meet the Company's needs.
• Team player.
• *Can Do* attitude.
• Sense of humour.
Job Types: Full-time
Hours of Work: Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.15 pm.
Human Resources: 1 year (Preferred)

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