Are you an experienced HR administrator and looking for a new and exciting challenge?
Ashley Kate are delighted to be supporting an independent School, based in south London as they look to recruit for a full - time, permanent HR Administrator.
The salary for this role is circa £26k.
This role is ideal for a strong administrator who is interested in making the next step in their career. The role will be supported by a HR Director and HR Manager.
HR Administrator - About the role
·As part of the role, you will be expected to co-ordinate administration of the HR recruitment systems, including preparing recruitment documents, organising recruitment timetables, publishing job adverts, collating application forms and planning interview timetables.
·Assist in ensuring that all the necessary employment checks are undertaken, including processing DBS and right to work checks, qualification and medical checks and references.
·Administer the probation process, ensuring Managers know when review meetings need to take place and producing letters of confirmation.
·Ensure that instructions for payroll are prepared and communicated in time for the monthly payroll run, for example new starters, leavers, absence and contractual variations.
·Act as the systems administrator, undertaking the efficient and accurate preparation and input of information in the personnel systems.
·Undertake administrative duties in connection with personnel changes/amendments and terminations of contracts for staff.
·Create, maintain and update confidential HR records - electronic and paper-based for all staff.
·Maintain staff sickness and absence records.
·Assist in administering the School's appraisal process
·Contribute to school policies as appropriate and ensure there are copies available for staff.
HR Assistant - About you
·Amazing administration and organisational skills.
·Proven experience of working within a busy office environment.
·Experience of working within a busy HR environment, preferably in a school or educational setting (desirable, rather than essential).
·Possess HR related qualification (desirable, rather than essential).
·Be adept at problem-solving, including being able to identify and resolve issues in a timely manner.
·Be dependable, able to follow instructions and respond to management directions.
·An excellent level of computer literacy with programmes, including Microsoft Office, and software systems (HR databases).
·Understand the importance of confidentiality and the Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR.
This is a brilliant opportunity for a strong administrator who is looking for the next step in their career. Interested? Get in touch with Darren Keeling on 0115 922 300/ 0203 800 1500