2 months ago
The HR Administrator will provide a varied administrative service to the HR team.
The job holder will require a high level of organisational skills and be able to prioritise own workload to deliver a professional service.
Key internal and external relations
- Internally the HR Administrator will deal with employees and Managers at all levels, this will primarily be to resolve queries, exchange information and provide basic advice on routine processes.
- Externally, the HR Administrator will liaise with external contacts such as DXE and Trade Union Officials to arrange meetings or for the exchange of information.
Administers a range of HR processes (e.g. Staff Changes, New Starters, Leavers, Absence, BUPA and Long Service etc.)
Maintains HR database and employee records to ensure accuracy, completeness and integrity of data. Provides HR reports when required.
Maintains the HR Intranet Pages to ensure they are accurate, up to date and easy to navigate. Ensures adequate quality documentation systems are in place and updated when required.
Provide HR support to the HR Team, including taking minutes of formal meetings, organising meetings, books travel and raising Purchase Requests for the procurement of goods or services. Provides secretarial support to the Site HR Manager in diary management, dealing with queries etc.
Provides point of contact for customers to HR including, dealing with employees and Managers at all levels. Primarily to resolve queries, exchange information, direct employees and managers to the location of forms and policies where appropriate and provide basic advice on routine processes.
Strong organisation and planning skills with the ability to respond to changing priorities. Experience in handling confidential and sensitive information in a discreet and professional manner and working within a HR office.
5 x GCSE grade C or above (or equivalent) in English and Maths.
Knowledge and proven ability in clerical and administrative procedures - vocational qualification