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HR Administrator

£ 31,876 - £ 31,876 per a:1:{s:8:"en_title";s:6:"annual";}

Job Description

  • Project Officer


    Role Overview

    Our client seeks a Project Officer to support the enhancement and optimization of resources on internal and external web platforms. You will advocate for and ensure access to important resources, highlighting their importance across the organisation. Additionally, you will contribute to the smooth functioning of initiatives by, financial managing the corresponding communications processes, event promotion, and addressing related inquiries.


    • Collaborate with advisers and the HR Director to evaluate current web content and align with project plans and priorities.
    • Review specific documents and procedures with Advisers.
    • Efficiently manage communications.
    • Handle administrative tasks associated with financial documentation for initiatives, including supplier communication and finance coordination.
    • Work with Advisers and HR team members to promote events.
    • Engage external providers to arrange training sessions and acquire necessary resources.


    • Demonstrated proficiency in general administrative skills.
    • Ability to handle difficult situations and individuals adeptly.
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Advanced proficiency in MS Office applications.
    • Strong organizational and time management skills, with the ability to meet deadlines.
    • Proven track record in Wellbeing/HR employment is desirable. 
    • A degree or equivalent education is preferred; associate membership in CIPD is advantageous.


  • Senior ER Advisor

    Company and role overview –

    The incumbent in the role of Senior Employee Relations Advisor will be tasked with fostering robust professional connections throughout the organization. They will engage in ER initiatives as instructed, offering guidance, mentorship, and instructional sessions to stakeholders on optimal approaches to handling various facets of employee relations matters. These may encompass disciplinary actions, grievances, attendance monitoring, probationary periods, restructuring endeavours, and TUPE transitions. Moreover, they will conduct training sessions and provide coaching to managers, empowering them to proficiently oversee their teams while mitigating potential risks. We are seeking an adept Senior Employee Relations Advisor to assist the team during a demanding workload phase.

    Responsibilities –

    • Engaging in designated personnel initiatives under the direction of the Head of HR
    • Providing coaching and guidance to managers regarding policies, procedures, best practices, and risk identification
    • Serving as a reliable and confidential advisor to the organization on employee relations matters
    • Advocating for diversity and inclusion by promoting awareness of values and behaviours and setting a positive example
    • Maintaining and updating the ER Case log
    Requirements –
    • Possession of CIPD Level 5 qualification or comparable experience
    • Proficiency in IT, including Microsoft 365 and HR Information Systems (HRIS)
    • Strong communication abilities
    • Sensitivity and understanding of issues related to 'Violence against Women and Girls' from a feminist perspective
    • Adaptability and willingness to embrace new challenges, ideas, and experiences, with the capacity for self-reflection
  • HR Advisor

    The interim People Advisor role is a recently established position with the opportunity for permanency. The selected candidate will join the People Team, offering expertise and guidance to staff throughout their employment journey. Serving as the main point of contact and support for employees, the role encompasses addressing various HR topics throughout the entire employee lifecycle, requiring strong listening skills, attention to detail, and a solid understanding of HR principles.

    Job Duties

    • Manage all informal employee concerns following best practices and organizational policies. Implement appropriate measures to address and resolve employee concerns.
    • Provide coaching, advice, and support to employees throughout the employee lifecycle, assisting them in optimizing the use of available tools and understanding organizational policies and procedures.
    • Collaborate with the Diversity, Equality, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) team as needed for sensitive issues, such as data requests related to staff network groups and workforce DEIB. Ensure all information and issues are handled with care and tact, following established procedures.
    • Act as a solution-focused resource for staff and managers seeking advice on HR-related matters, addressing a variety of issues and policy queries, including but not limited to annual leave, new starters, compensation, and benefits.
    • Facilitate the offboarding procedures, including the issuance of departure letters, computation of remaining annual leave, identification of outstanding loans, and conducting exit surveys.
    • Manage data entry in the existing HR system (Select HR) and supervise employee records, ensuring compliance with GDPR regulations and other pertinent policies.
    • Ensure accurate and timely processing of relevant payroll and pension data on a monthly basis, collaborating with the Payroll Officer and, when necessary, external payroll providers.
    • Assist the broader HR Team in various annual processes, such as reviews, audits, and pay assessments.
    • Provide support for learning and development initiatives, including organizing training sessions, maintaining training records, and compiling attendance data.
    • Offer administrative assistance for contractor onboarding and manage the contractors' inbox.

    Person Specification

    • Demonstrated experience in executing various human resource tasks within a dynamic (preferably hybrid) work environment, ensuring the timely completion of deadlines while upholding quality and attention to detail.
    • Practical experience in the application and provision of advice on HR policies and procedures.
    • Meticulous attention to detail in the thorough and accurate completion of tasks, maintaining consistent high-quality work and minimizing errors.
    • Solid understanding of employment law.
    • Inquisitive, critical thinker with strong problem-solving skills and the ability to handle issues and conflicts with tact and diplomacy.
    • Effective and adaptable communication skills, comfortable with face-to-face, telephone, and video interactions, coupled with excellent written and verbal communication abilities.
    • Highly organized and methodical approach to work, capable of managing competing priorities and handling a demanding and diverse workload.
    • Proficiency in handling sensitive and confidential information with discretion, in accordance with GDPR regulations.
    • Sound knowledge of safeguarding practices and procedures.
    • Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
    • CIPD qualification or actively pursuing a CIPD qualification.
    • Experience in Change Management Initiatives.
    • Familiarity with using Select HR.