HR Coordinator

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£26000 - £26001 per annum
Posted
16 Mar 2021
Closes
13 Apr 2021
Ref
PR/000444
Contact
Sarah Alexander
Job Type
HR Administrator
Sector
Legal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

An opportunity for a graduate with an interest in a career in HR is available within the HR team of an international law firm. The HR Coordinator will provide administrative support to the HR team, carry out ad-hoc project work and manage data for the HR system.

Responsibilities:

  • Produce letters, contract amendments and documentation
  • Note-taking at formal meetings.
  • Work alongside the HR Business Partners on HR processes such as salary review, scheduling moderation meetings and follow ups
  • Undertaking reference requests, and chasing deadlines (e.g. probationary periods)
  • Provide reports to the HR team, ensuring consistency with other offices
  • Work alongside the HR & Resourcing Coordinator to administer the new joiner process
  • Facilitation of the induction programme, ensuring the appropriate paperwork is prepared, new joiner process is followed and new joiners experience a smooth arrival and new joiners feel welcomed into the Firm.
  • Administer the leavers process, ensuring the appropriate paperwork is prepared, leavers process is followed and payroll notifications are made.
  • Collect and collate exit interview data on a regular basis for leavers, in accordance with the wider firm HR department exit interview procedure.
  • Direct staff queries to the appropriate department, escalate and prioritise matters as necessary.

Requirements

  • Graduate or Graduate calibre with some office experience.
  • Human Resources experience is desirable
  • First class analytical, prioritisation, organisational and project management skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to create and maintain relationships with staff, managers and partners naturally and confidently.
  • Proactiveness and initiative and the ability to continually seek out ways to improve processes and procedures and share ideas.