HR Coordinator

Location
City of Bristol
Salary
Circa £24,000
Posted
05 Oct 2018
Closes
22 Oct 2018
Ref
Tom72
Job Type
HR Administrator
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

HR Co-ordinator with a fantastic client in Bristol

Job Title: HR Co-ordinator

Location: Portishead, Bristol

Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract

Duration: 12 Months

Salary: Circa £24k pa.

Start: ASAP

Additional info: This is an output focused employer that offers a great deal of flexibility. If you want to work from home 1-2 days per week or from one of their other locations, they are happy for you to do that. Flexibility on working hours may also be considered.

What can we tell you about this interesting role?

This HR Co-ordinator role plays a crucial role in our clients success. Reporting to the Head of HR, you'll live the values and desired culture and you'll embrace the company's vision. This is an opportunity to work with a great employer, in a close-knit and friendly team in fantastic offices.

This is an exciting time to join the business as there is lots happening. The pace of change here is quick and you will play a key role!

The HR Coordinators here work collaboratively as a team to deliver an efficient, effective and customer focused transactional service to the whole organisation. Each coordinator has a primary focus on one or two aspects of the HR service but will cover for each others absences in order to deliver a seamless service to all internal customers.

The 3 HR Co-ordinators cover recruitment, payroll & benefits and HR Systems, Data and Process. It is this 3 area that you will be covering but you will be cross-trained and gain experience across the other areas.

Who are we looking for?

You don't need to be an HRIS expert to do this role. You could be someone that has done a generalist HR role previously. The main thing is that you have the ability to pick things up quickly and you will be naturally inquisitive with a desire to make things better. You will be working with data and spreadsheets so there is an analytical element to this role but the key aspect is the ability to look at the bigger picture and identify ways to make improvements to the HR process.

Ideally we would like to see people with the full CIPD qualification (or equivalent) or you are currently working towards this. You must have proven experience of working in an administrative HR role previously.

What are the key responsibilities of this role?

  • Maintenance and development of HRIS and linked databases
  • Being the subject matter expert on the HRIS within the team
  • Development and continuous improvement of HR/people process, developing automation where possible
  • Coordinating all HR policy reviews and amendments in line with the business policy review schedule
  • Management of all HR reporting and KPIs analysis Liaison with HRIS supplier to ensure the system remains up to date and fit for purpose
  • Coordinating the upgrade process and liaising with the supplier to ensure this occurs with no disruption to the business
  • Development of reporting functionality and dashboards
  • Liaison with other business systems to ensure data integrity of HR data is maintained
  • Answering queries on the HRIS from colleagues and leaders across the business
  • Creating and developing reports to support HR projects and priorities as required by the team
  • Development and continuous improvement of HR/people process, developing automation where possible
  • Mapping out HR processes to ensure efficiencies and automation
  • Coordinating all HR policy reviews and amendments in line with the business policy review schedule
  • Co-ordinating the Policy and Procedure Review Schedule to ensure all reviews take place at the appropriate time and Equality Impact and GDPR Assessments are carried out as appropriate

Sound Good?

Send us your CV and we can tell you more about this great business!