HR Officer, Tourism and Leisure Sector, Kings Lynn/Hunstanton, £25,000-28,000 + benefits
Your new company
Your new organisation is an award-winning leisure group set within the tourism sector. They are seeking a HR Officer to facilitate crucial tasks within their HR function, to enable them to carry out its day-to-day operations. They are looking for someone to support the Senior HR Manager and Finance and HR Director, providing a service inclusive of the below.
This role requires an on-site presence, but in time, likely post probation - there is the potential opportunity for an element of hybrid working.
You will work a 5-day week, inclusive of 40 hours. You will have to work the occasional evening (up to 7pm), and 2 Saturdays within every 4 weeks (time back in lieu).
Your new role
As part of your role, you will support the efficient running of the HR function, including the provision of HR advice. You will lead on all elements of admin relating to the recruitment process, including the reviewing of job packs, advertising, and ensuring all compliance documentation is completed, including references and eligibility checks.
You will also work closely with other HR colleagues to deliver the administration and prep of payroll activity, providing guidance and supporting any issues that have been raised. You will support HR projects where required, and maintain all HR, employee, and pay databases, ensuring information is up-to-date and correct.
You will work with the HR manager on allocated case work, including absence, grievance, maternity, and right to work applications. You will recommend, review, and implement process improvements to ensure the effective running of the function.
Additionally, some of your responsibilities will include assisting with the set-up of HR systems, working with health and safety, training administration, document reviews, relationship building, and acting as an ambassador for the business.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to succeed, you will have experience working in a busy HR department, providing advice across generalist HR. You will be able to prioritise, demonstrate computer literacy and have good up to date knowledge of employment law, and the MS office suite.
You will be efficient, self-motivated, and be able to operate under pressure. You will be able to work with enthusiasm, and with confidentiality.
You will have excellent interpersonal and communications skills, written and verbally.
You will able and willing to work the very occasional evening and Saturday (in lieu of alternative time off).
It is preferential that you have experience in recruitment and on-boarding.
What you'll get in return
You will receive a salary of £25,000-28,000 (experience dependant), 20 days holiday + BH, discounts within the organisation, and partners. Use of the company's facilities, and discounts at surrounding organisations. You are also allocated free parking, amongst other benefits.
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