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HR Administrator

Job Purpose:

•             To provide first line support for general HR enquiries

•             To accurately maintain the HR Data Base

•             Maintain and produce employees contractual correspondence

Responsibilities:

•             To maintain the HR data base – to include starters, employee movement, leavers, change of employee details,  pay  changes and  absence records

•             Act as first point of call for self-service queries

•             Support recruiting managers to advertise job roles , shortlist and correspond with candidates throughout the recruitment process

•             Own the on-boarding process by issuing terms and conditions of employment, complete compliance on references including DBC, Credit and eligibility to work in the UK checks, maintain the new starter tracker

•             Produce correspondence for any disciplinary and grievance matters and if required attend meetings with Managers / Team Leaders 

•             To track absence flagging long & short term absence & at trigger point issue correspondence for medical requests and ensuring completed return to work meetings

•             To produce standard & ad hoc reports from HR & Payroll data base in accordance with the HR calendar

•             To support and promote the awards & recognition schemes

•             To maintain an effective filing system

•             To support when required Team Leader and Line managers with Return to work & probationary reviews

•             Support the monthly payroll tasks are completed before payroll cut off calendar

•             Work alongside the Learning and Development team by carrying our administrative tasks such as maintaining internal and external LMS systems, updating employee training records, scheduling relevant meetings

•             Maintain and update the company Intranet site and systems to ensure communication is relevant

•             To take responsibility for risk and compliance within the remit of your role.

•             You must be open and cooperative with the FCA, the PRA and other regulators

Skills and Qualifications Required:

•             Clear and effective communication skills (written and verbal)

•             Good problem-solving skills

•             Possess ability to prioritise workload

•             Attention to detail

•             Clear and effective communication skills (written and verbal)

•             Good problem-solving skills

•             Possess ability to prioritise workload

•             Attention to detail

•             Qualified CIPD Level 3

•             Computer literate with knowledge of Excel Word, PowerPoint and email

•             Clear and effective communication skills (written and verbal)

•             Good problem-solving skills

•             Possess ability to prioritise workload

•             Attention to detail