HR & Recruitment Administrator
Salary: circa £25,000 per annum (dependent on experience), plus a range of great industry-leading benefits
Location: London (currently full-time home working, with return to min 2 days per week in the London office WC1X 9JS, when restrictions allow)
Contract: Permanent, Full-time, 35hrs per week (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
This is a fantastic opportunity to join Help Musicians’ Human Resources team at a time of exceptional growth to help us achieve our ambitions to provide more support and reach more musicians than ever before.
About the role
This is a pivotal role within our HR team, with responsibility for the administration of all Help Musicians recruitment and selection, onboarding, and employee life-cycle activity.
You’ll act as the primary point of contact for HR enquiries, offering information, advice and administrative support to applicants, employees, and managers, at all stages of their interaction or employment with Help Musicians.
The role is varied and one where you’ll have the opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills across the broad spectrum of HR.
You’ll be keen to develop your career in HR, and will have:
- Either some previous experience in a similar HR administrative role, or knowledge of HR and recruitment practice and experience in office administrative processes.
- Proven communication skills (both written and verbal)
- Great planning and organisation skills, with the ability to manage multiple pieces of work at the same time and to meet deadlines
- Exceptional customer service skills gained in a responsive service environment
How do I apply?
For further information on the role including the Job Description and Person Specification and how to apply, please visit our website or click apply.
Deadline for applications: Monday 31st January, 9am
All enquiries and applications should be made to email@example.com
T: 020 7239 9100
Help Musicians is a charity that loves music and for over 100 years has been working hard to make a meaningful difference to the lives of musicians across the UK. We want to create a world where musicians thrive.
A musician’s life can be precarious with ups and downs throughout a career. Opportunities must be hard-won, whilst challenges come along all too easily, with unsteady income and physical and mental health concerns common issues to navigate. In addition, training can take many years and, along with investing in instruments and other equipment, puts up financial barriers to creative progression. Help Musicians offers a broad range of help to support music creators in times of crisis and opportunity - ensuring musicians across the UK can achieve their creative potential and sustain a career in music.
Sadly, the impact of the pandemic means the charity is needed more than ever. Since March 2020, we have been able to provide financial hardship support to over 19,000 music creators and increase access to our mental health services by 40%. In 2022, this ongoing need will continue at scale while the music sector recovers and rebuilds.
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For full details about the Charity’s history, who we are and to meet our team, please visit our website.