HR Officer - Exeter, Devon

Recruiter
Location
Exeter, Devon
Salary
Competitive Salary
Posted
08 Sep 2017
Closes
06 Oct 2017
Job Type
HR Officer
Job Level
Officer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

HR Officer
Location: Exeter, Devon
Term: Permanent, Full Time
Salary: Competitive, plus benefits (relocation assistance available)

Oxygen House is home to a group of companies that invest in projects fostering social, environmental and economic prosperity. Our business is a mix of established companies and start-ups, with a strong and diverse portfolio of interests, including private equity, property, renewable energy, education, analytics and technology.

Our award-winning offices at Oxygen House have a range of on-site facilities that are available to everyone in our team. There’s an all-weather outdoor pitch for netball, football and tennis, an on-site gym offering regular fitness classes, a pool table, a table tennis table and a café serving delicious, local, and organic food. All for free.

The Role:

We’re looking for a driven individual to join our growing HR Team. This is a fantastic opportunity to support a forward thinking, people focused and fast paced organisation. Reporting to the Employee Services Manager, you will work closely with all of the HR team in a hands on, varied operational support role.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all general first line HR administration support is provided across our group of companies
  • First point of contact for transactional employee queries e.g. holiday, benefits, employee self-service system support
  • End to end administration of the monthly payroll process
  • Coordination of employment contracts, new starter paperwork and on-boarding support
  • Management of HR system, including employee personal files
  • Assist in the analysis and reporting of HR and employee data, responding to queries on an ad hoc basis
  • Support on ad hoc projects as and when required

About You:

Essential criteria:

  • Demonstrable understanding of HR policy and employment law
  • Ability to work with integrity and absolute discretion
  • Exceptional attention to detail; gets things right first time, but will still double check
  • Articulate with strong verbal and written communication
  • Highly organised and used to working in a fast paced team environment
  • Ability to work under pressure, multi-task and meet tight deadlines
  • Proactive with a ‘can do’ flexible attitude and excellent customer service
  • Driven with an analytical mind set
  • Demonstrable experience of using HR systems and databases
  • Excellent IT skills including MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Desirable criteria:

  • Degree educated
  • Currently studying or has achieved their Level 3/5 CIPD
  • Payroll experience or good working knowledge of HMRC guidance and policies in relation to pay and benefits

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