HR Administrator, part time

Location
Central London
Salary
£23,000 pro rata
Posted
04 Jul 2019
Closes
04 Aug 2019
Ref
HR Admin

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a small Human Resources team based on one of our clients sites, providing administrative support to the business. The role is based in a fast paced environment and plenty of variation in day to day activities.

The ideal candidate will be interested in pursuing and maintaining a career in HR Administration.

Our client has a number of sites within close proximity of each other in London and there may be a requirement for occasional travel to other locations in the UK.

Overall Responsibility

To provide administration support to the Human Resources team and the business.

Key Responsibilities

  • References (chasing, monitoring and application) for all new starters, managing relationship with external referencing agency
  • Logging absence and lateness on Sage50
  • DBS checks for Captains and Mates
  • Cumulative data gathering
  • Administration of exit interview surveys
  • Maintenance of HR database
  • Supporting the recruitment process, monitoring candidates, screening CVs and applications, arranging interviews etc.
  • Minute taking at formal meetings
  • Name badges, fobs and keys
  • Drafting disciplinary invites and packs
  • Supporting the Head of Human Resources and Human Resources Advisor with adhoc duties

Educational Level/Qualifications   Desirable

  • Minimum GCSE in Maths and English or equivalent

Experience/Knowledge

Required

  • Previous experience of working in Human Resources
  • Advanced level of computer literacy is required
  • Knowledge of Excel and ability to create, manipulate and maintain spreadsheets

Desirable

  • Working towards a Human Resources Qualification

Personal Skills

  • Discretion and integrity
  • Team player but able to motivate self and work independently on own initiative
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines and prioritise workload
  • Strong literacy and numeracy skills
  • Results & solutions driven
  • Ability to influence and build strong business partnerships within the orgnanisation
  • Flexible, can-do attitude with the ability to react calmly in a pressurised situation
  • Ability to own and follow-through on projects required and issues raised
  • Strong organisational and time management skills
  • Excellent numeracy and written skills, attention to detail is essential
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

To apply please send your CV and covering letter via the method below

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