Job reference - 490
Location - Wortham, Kent
Salary- £25,000 - £30,000 + benefits
Job type - Permanent
Working Hours - 08:45 - 17:15
An exciting opportunity has become available for a HR Administrator to join a well-established business, based in Kent.
Key skills required for a HR Assistant:
Be qualified to CIPD Level 3 or equivalent experience.
Demonstrable experience working in a HR-related role.
Experience working in a commercial or profit-making environment.
Any experience working within a small HR team or standalone role would be a huge advantage but this is not essential.
Experience supporting managers with HR matters.
The ability to communicate with employees, management, and Directors at all levels, as well as the Head of HR and external HR Consultant.
Excellent documentation and communication skills with a keen level of attention to detail.
Patience and the ability to remain calm in reactive situations.
Experience updating HR policies.
Key responsibilities for a HR Assistant:
To be a point of contact for designated HR-related queries within the business.
Support all recruitment campaigns, including, drafting job descriptions in conjunction with the hiring manager, liaising with the Company’s recruitment partners to attract top talent, sifting applications and engaging with prospective candidates, coordinating direct advertising in line with recruitment needs, scheduling interviews and assessments, providing a response to unsuccessful direct and agency candidates.
Support as necessary on employee relations matters including but not limited to informal meetings, investigations, disciplinary hearings, and grievance hearings.
Draft all employment documentation to be signed off by the Head of HR, including offer letters, contracts of employment, and onboarding packs.
Monitor absence within the Company.
Escalate matters, as necessary, to the Head of HR.
Oversee the offboarding of employees through an effective documentation process.
Maintain effective HR records; updating, amending, and issuing all documentation including contractual variations and supplier agreements.
Support and coordinate the Company’s Training Plan; sourcing internal and external training as required in conjunction with the relevant managers.
Attend careers fairs, as required, to represent the company and engage with prospective candidates.
Scope and implement a Graduate Scheme, with support from departments as required.
Oversee the Company’s partnership with its chosen Apprenticeship provider, liaising with the Head of HR and Financial Controller as appropriate.
Liaise with Payroll where necessary and support the Head of HR with welfare procedures.
So, if you are a HR Administrator, HR Assistant, or similar, with the above skills and are looking for a new challenge within a forward-thinking business, then please apply now.
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