HR & Legal Assistant

Location
London, England
Salary
£30000 - £35000 per annum
Posted
04 Apr 2018
Closes
02 May 2018
Ref
29608/001
Contact
Beth Hicks
Job Type
HR Administrator
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A forward thinking, innovative private equity firm, based in central London, currently have an exciting opportunity for an HR Assistant to join on a 12 month basis. With a global focus this role will coordinate and support on day-to-day administration of the HR, Legal and Compliance teams.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Recruitment coordination - coordinating CV review and feedback, interview scheduling and feedback, administering competency and psychometric testing, ensuring that all recruitment trackers are kept up to date
  • Onboarding - coordination of offer documentation, pre-employment screening, database set up and induction.
  • Offboarding - coordinating leave details and leaver letters
  • Benefits Coordination - enrol new joiners and notifying providers of any changes or leavers. Supporting with any required benefit reviews.
  • Performance Management Coordination - assisting with the annual and mid-year review cycles.
  • Training and Qualifications Coordination - coordinate internal and external training. Arranging study materials and booking exams for employees.
  • HRIS Reporting and administration
  • General HR Administration - drafting of letters, coordination of feedback for probationary periods, first point of contact for basic queries from employees, general diary support to the Global HR Manager.
  • Ad hoc projects - supporting with Global HR projects.

20% - Support to Legal and Compliance teams

  • Assisting with non-disclosure agreements, the signing process for documents, upkeep of the contracts register, diary management, electronic and hard-copy filing, helping track the status of engagement letters, company administrative filing, and other ad-hoc tasks as requested.
  • Assisting with regulatory filings, preparing regulatory forms, hard-copy and soft-copy filing, diary management, regulatory exam scheduling and purchasing materials, and other ad-hoc tasks as requested.

Candidate requirements:

  • Experience operating in a similar role ideally within a financial/professional service environment
  • Highly organised and resourceful 
  • Strong attention to detail and organisational skills 
  • Desire to assist and support team members where possible
  • Able to work in a high pressured, global environment and manage a variety of projects simultaneously

Competitive salary on offer. Exciting long term contract to be part of a forward thinking, innovative business.

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