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2123 HR Administrator

  • Reference:2123
  • Sector:HR & Training
  • Job Type:Full Time
  • Contract Type:Permanent
  • Town/City:Wetherby
  • Salary:£18,000 - 20,000
  • Posted:18/04/2017
Our Client in Wetherby is looking for a HR Administrator to join their ever-expanding team on a full time permanent basis. Working alongside the HR Manager and the HR Officer you will be providing an excellent professional and confidential generalist HR service to all stakeholders.
Some of your responsibilities will be: General Office Duties * All general duties including: receiving / screening calls, daily post duties, publishing Company Notices to required standards, accurately updating and maintaining HR systems and employee files daily & placing stationary orders. * Proactively and confidentially prepare employee correspondence. HR Coordination & Administration * Ensure the accurate administrations of all new starter, leaver and transfer processes. * Ensure the Health & Safety Department are aware of new starters to carry out H&S inductions. * Process all leaver documentation information in a timely manner, ensuring that exit interviews are conducted and any feedback is recorded and passed on to relevant stakeholders. Diary Management & HR Events * Pro-actively support in the preparation of documents including HR Events Calendar and People Meetings * Attend meetings as requested to take minutes or typing up of flip charts, presentations and general correspondence. * Coordinate arrangements for internal and external HR and recruitment events such as booking meeting rooms and organising lunch and refreshments as appropriate. Recruitment * Carry out a range of administration tasks with direction from the Recruitment Manager. * Coordinating and administering online testing and presentation briefs to candidates prior to second stage interviews. * Completing all reference and pre-employment checks as required. HR Projects and KPI’s * Carry out adhoc and routine projects as directed by the HRD & HR Manager, meeting objectives as set by the HR Manager. * Support the HRM in the collating a range of HR data for adhoc reports and regular KPI reports, helping to identify key trends. Employee Relations * Assist the HRO with any administration relating to maternity / paternity leave, absence, flexible working and low level disciplinary and grievance matters. * Support the HRO in the day to day management of all absence cases, ensuring all cases are accurately logged and paperwork is filed in a timely manner. Training and Development * Assist the HRD, HRM and HRO in the preparation and maintenance of a range of development workshops. * Assist in the preparation of workshops by ensuring presentations are correctly formatted and up to date. Skills & Experience Key Skills * Fully IT literate, including all Office applications specifically: PowerPoint, Excel, Word & Outlook * Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to build relationships at all levels * Ability to effectively communicate with all stakeholders, both written and verbally. * Ability to work face to face at all levels. * Effective team working * Embraces and drives change * Ability influence internal colleagues to promote best practice HR and a consistent approach. Experience * Previous experience at similar level within a professional HR environment (essential) * Holds or working towards CIPD qualification (essential) * Experience of multi-tasking, prioritising and coordinating tasks (essential) * Previous experience at an administration level of interviewing skills & minute taking skills (essential) * Co-ordinating Personality Profiling and Assessments (desirable) Our client is offering a salary of £18-20,000 per annum plus excellent company benefits. If this sounds like something you might be interested in then give us a call on 01423 520220 or send your CV to emily@hqpersonnel.co.uk today.

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