HR Administrator (contract)
£26,000 - £28,000
Our client, a highly successful professional services firm, is looking for an HR Administrator to manage all administration aspects of the employee life-cycle and some Learning and Development processes. This role is based in their London office, but will support and liaise with all employees across different levels of seniority and offices.
This is a great opportunity for an HR professional in the early stages of their HR career, capable of ‘hitting the ground running’ and looking to gain extensive exposure to generalist HR processes. This will include providing efficient, accurate and timely administration on all aspects of the employee lifecycle including new starter processes (preparing offer letters, references and induction handbooks, compiling contracts), performance management processes (including probation reminders, appraisal process and preparing promotion paperwork), and leavers processes (including preparing leavers letter, exit questionnaires, and references for ex-employees
You will also be assisting and supporting recruitment processes for graduates, internships and some experienced hires (screening candidates, liaising with hiring managers to arrange interviews, providing timely feedback to candidates, and pre-employment right to work checks, as well as maintaining their HR system through updating employee records, benefits information, and running regular reports on various HR metrics and statistics. Other responsibilities will include Assisting with the preparation of payroll data and attending payroll meetings, updating company information including organisation charts, preparing monthly HR information emails, and providing L&D administration You may also be required to assist with project work, and/or ad-hoc HR tasks where necessary.
All candidates will be of graduate calibre and be currently studying or have a desire to study a CIPD qualification. Previous HR administration, preferably in a small to medium sized professional or financial services organisation is also required. With strong interpersonal skills, you will the ability to communicate at all levels, have a strong attention to detail and be discrete and professional when dealing with sensitive information. Also, any previous experience of working with HR information systems will be valuable.