Part Time HR Administrator

  • Location
    Bridgwater, Somerset
  • Category
    HR - HR Administrator
  • Contract Type
    Permanent
  • Salary
    £ 20000 - £ 24000 / Year
  • OrganizationType
    Office

Do you have experience in HR? Are you looking for a flexible part time position? Are you a parent seeking school hours or fewer days per week? Then this is a great opportunity for you!


JOB TITLE: Part Time HR Administrator


LOCATION: Bridgwater, Somerset


SALARY: Circa £20,000 - £24,000 Pro Rata DOE


HOURS: Monday - Friday 24 - 30 hours per week, flexible on days and times to suit the candidate


BENEFITS: 22 days holiday plus bank holidays pro rata, company pension and health benefit scheme, free parking, friendly down to earth welcoming and supportive team.


THE COMPANY: A well-established SME business entering an exciting time of growth and development.


THE ROLE: We are looking for a confident self-starter to work closely with the HR Director managing the recruitment side of the business and to ensure that staff are employed in accordance with legislation. You will be involved in supporting with the delivery of the administrative functions of the HR department to ensure the objectives and functions of the team are met and that records are maintained to meet legislative requirements and demonstrate best professional practice. You will also support to deliver the requirements of Learning and Development objectives and programs.


KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Assist with development of the organisation's human resources policies, including working hours, use of ICT, data security, staff and client confidentiality, personal data security, health and safety and lone worker policies.

  • Assist with payroll delivery.

  • Assist managers to recruit, interview, test, and select employees to fill vacant positions including providing policy and administrative support in formulation of job specification, person specification, advertising, interview process and liaison with third parties such as recruitment agencies.

  • Keep records of benefits plans participation (such as pensions), promotions, transfers, performance reviews, and terminations, and employee statistics for government reporting.

  • Administer benefits programs such as life, health insurance, pension plans, holiday, sick leave, leave of absence, and employee assistance.

  • Contribute to advice to management in appropriate resolution of employee relations issues.

  • Administer the performance review program to ensure effectiveness including appraisal processes and disciplinary.

  • Prepare employee separation notices and related documentation and conduct exit interviews to determine the reasons behind separations.

  • Report on, and recommend procedures to reduce, absenteeism and improve retention.

  • Contribute to delivery of positive staff wellbeing by leading on the monitoring and reporting of issues associated with the physical working environment.

  • Assist with maintaining the staff working environment and facilities.

  • Ensure that all work is carried out with the awareness of the need to maintain information security and the need to adhere to the IT security management practices in place in the company as defined and described in the Information Management System (ISMS).

  • Be proactive in suggesting improvements to information security management practices and contribute to the company's objective to maintain continual improvement in the management of information security.

  • Work efficiently, cost-effectively, and ethically in accordance with the company's policies and the law to maintain the company's reputation and trusted advisor status.


SKILLS / KNOWLEDGE / EXPERIENCE



  • Knowledge and ability to use the range of Microsoft Office software.

  • Good experience in a similar staff facing role.

  • Ability to collect and analyse data and to produce recommendations.

  • Supportive and empathetic manner

  • Ability to demonstrate ability to self-start and maintain own focus to achieve targets and goals.

  • Ideally CIPD Level 3 qualified (desirable)

  • A team player with strong work ethic

  • Experience of working in a generalist role within a small team.


Next Steps...To apply for this role please do so online or email your CV to taunton@office-angels.com. If you would like to speak to a member of the team before applying please call 01823 285440.

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To speak to a recruitment expert please contact Catherine Knight