Salary: £18,640 (fixed rate)
Hours: 37 hours per week
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the HR team within Slough Children First as an HR Administrator!
If you’re looking for your first step into a career in HR, or you’re already working in a similar role and looking for a new challenge, this could be the role for you.
You’ll work alongside our recruitment team to ensure the recruitment process is compliant with all aspects of employment legislation and meets all the essential standards set by Ofsted. You’ll also support the overall HR team by acting as the first line of contact for all HR enquiries.
You’ll need to have excellent communication skills, an eye for detail and be able to plan and prioritise your own workload.
- Ensure that the recruitment process is compliant with all aspects of employment legislation and meets all of the essential standards as outlined by the Ofsted.
- To act as the first line of contact for enquiries to HR both internal and external via telephone and email and to organise and follow up any actions to deal with these enquiries.
- To manage the HR inboxes.
- To respond to letters and emails in relation to the delivery of HR services taking advice from professional HR staff as necessary.
- To provide administrative support to the HR team.
- To provide support to work related projects as allocated.
- To produce general correspondence, letters, photocopying and filing as necessary.
- To co-ordinate, maintain and manage records as directed by the HR Business Partner.
- To attend and participate in team meetings.
- To access HR information systems and databases and to produce information as required for monitoring and reports.
- To assist in the implementation of HR policies and procedures.
- To contribute to the development of effective HR partnerships across the company through establishing good customer relationships and by delivering high quality HR support.
- To support and adhere to the company’s policies on equality and diversity.
- To comply with the requirement of the Data Protection Act and associated legislation as they relate to the duties of the post.
- To adhere to the company’s Health & Safety Policy.
- To fully comply at all times with the Code of Conduct for staff and other associated policies relating to conduct at work.
- To work flexibly within HR and undertake any other work as required.
Education, Training & Experience
- GCSE English and Maths (Essential)
- Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Essential)
- A commitment to the company’s equal opportunities policies(Essential)
- Basic Knowledge of Employment legislation (Desirable)
- Relevant experience of working in a complex, multi service organisation (Desirable)
- Previous experience of working in a Human Resources or similar service environment (Desirable)
- Data entry and operating IT systems and packages and dealing with customer enquiries (Desirable)
General & Specific Knowledge
- Excellent Interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written) (Essential)
- Accurate and quick data entry, keyboard skills (Essential)
- Good team player (Essential)
- Excellent attention to detail (Essential)
- Ability to identify, plan and prioritise own workload to meet tight and conflicting deadlines (Essential)
- Ability to act appropriately on own initiative and work with minimal supervision (Essential)
- Ability to work in a confidential and Professional Manner (Essential)
- This role requires and enhanced child and adult DBS check (Essential)
If you would like to apply for this post, please use the application form to submit your CV and apply online. Once submitted we will be in touch shortly to discuss your application. if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submitted applications is 5pm on Sunday 14th November 2021. Interviews will be held on Friday 19th November 2021.