A demanding and varied role for a HR Administrator with responsibility of a wide range of tasks across HR. You will provide a proactive, efficient, and professional HR administrative service, acting as the first point of contact for HR-related queries from our employees and external partners.
If you are looking for a fantastic company to work for then this is the role for you. Our client are an international, multi-disciplinary consultancy firm that offer a fantastic working environment and benefits.
The responsibilities of the HR Administrator will include but not be restricted to:
- Acting as the first point of contact for HR queries, responding to requests from employees for information or advice, ensuring all relevant parties are included in communications and escalating queries where appropriate.
- Providing confidential advice and guidance on HR related issues, consistently delivering a high standard of customer service.
- General HR administration, including production of contracts of employment, letters and other relevant HR documentation.
- Maintaining accurate HR records and processing information in line with relevant Data Protection legislation.
- Processing starters and leavers in line with current procedures.
- Processing and advising on all types of absence (e.g. family leave, sickness absence, annual leave, sabbaticals etc).
- Providing accurate and timely information to the Payroll Team, resolving or escalating queries where appropriate.
- Tracking all new employees through the probationary process, liaising with managers to ensure timely completion of documentation and escalating issues where appropriate.
- HR data and reporting, responding to first line data requests and providing basic level reports as required (e.g. probationary period, sickness absence, visas etc.)
- Monitoring fixed term contracts and contract staff end dates, processing contract extensions and terminations.
- Supporting the HR Business Partner and HR Advisor with the delivery of both cyclical and ad-hoc HR projects as and when required.
- Proactively identifying areas for improvement and contributing to process improvement initiatives.
You must be able to demonstrate previous experience of the above duties and have working knowledge and understanding of UK employment law with respect to terms and conditions of employment and HR policies and procedures.
Building relationships and open communication is key in this role and you must be able to work accurately and efficiently.
Mon - Fri
£28,000 - £32,000 depending on experience.