HR Administrator

Wetherby, £20,000 - £24,000 Permanent
Reference: P8JOB5127 | Specialist area: Human Resources | Sector: Property

We have a fantastic opportunity for a brand-new position for our client in Wetherby.

Are you a HR administrator or an administrator that is studying a CIPD qualification or has completed the course and is looking for a step in HR? if yes then I would love to talk to you.

My client is a well-established Property Business that are expanding their HR team in this newly created role.  This is a great opportunity for someone that wants to work for a business that genuinely care about there staff, want to succeed as a team in a fantastic environment with great benefits.

I am looking for someone who has a proven track record of Administration that has completed a CIPD course or is studying.


The role:

  • Forming and maintaining employee records
  • Maintain accurate filing systems for all HR-generated systems, such as sickness absence, annual leave and maternity leave
  • Assist in the preparation, creation, and amendment of HR documents including Contracts of Employment, Offer letters etc,
  • Supporting the Head of HR in reviewing and updating company policies and legal compliance
  • Liaise with external partners to ensure legal compliance
  • Organising meetings
  • Taking minutes and / or notes during all HR related matters and writing up to a professional standard thereafter
  • Assisting senior management in the recruitment process
  • Liaise with Recruitment Agencies
  • Organise interviews
  • Participate in HR projects as and when required
  • Assisting in the preparation and delivery of training events
  • Setting up recruitment and training events
  • Answering any employee inquiries
  • Co-ordinating logistics for new hires
  • Assist in the creation of staff handbooks, policies and procedures and where necessary HR information
  • Answer employees queries about HR-related issues
  • Supporting the Head of HR in producing HR metrics
  • Assisting with the provision of payroll information by providing the department with relevant employee information e.g. leave of absence, sick days and work schedules)
  • Helping with various arrangements internally, e.g. travel, accommodation, processing expenses
  • Any ad hoc duties as required by senior management

To apply for the role, you must have:

  • The ability to work well with others
  • Active listening skills
  • Organisational skills and detail-oriented mentality
  • Strong communication and customers service skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Thorough attention to detail
  • Familiarity with applicant tracking database systems
  • Knowledge of human resources and employment law
  • Essential: Foundation Certificate in People Practice (L3) or equivalent
  • Desired: CIPD L3 Qualification, HR Degree in HR, psychology or HR Related qualification (or equivalent)



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