An exciting opportunity has arisen for a HR Administrator working within an established HR team on the outskirts of York. This is a varied role which will see you providing generalist HR administrative support to all functional departments across the business.
Main duties will be to:
" provide support for recruitment campaigns;
" undertake absence reporting and calculation of sick pay and benefits;
" prepare remuneration information for uplift into the HR and Payroll system, working to monthly deadlines;
" administer the new starters, movers and leavers process throughout the business;
" carry out right to work checks in line with legislation;
" handle employee benefits data and liaising with benefits consultants and insurers;
" advise and support employees in accessing employee benefit information;
" make occupational health referrals for employees;
" perform payroll loading, calculations and report outputs in line with the monthly payroll cycle;
" file all employee details in line with data protection legislation;
" process training requirements including CSCS card issue;
" administer and communicate HR policies and processes across the business;
" manage family friendly policies such as maternity, paternity, shared parental leave;
" deal with communications such as reference requests, pension letters;
" handle employee queries in relation to payroll payments;
" communicate and accurately pay incentive and bonus schemes;
" provide cover and support for other members of the HR Administration team;
" support HR Management with ad hoc projects.
Requirements for the role are as follows:
" You will need to be methodical, highly accurate with excellent attention to detail.
" You will have strong communication skills, being able to communicate effectively via phone, in writing by letter and email and face to face.
" You will be approachable and be able to work on your own as well as part of a team.
" Ideally you will have recent and relevant experience with working in HR or payroll administration.
" You will be IT literate, being proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word
" You will be self-motivated and able to prioritise work.
" You will be willing to work flexibly within a small team.
" Experience of working with a specialist HR and Payroll system would be a distinct advantage, as would experience of working with the major job boards or recruitment tracking systems.
Minimum qualifications for this role are 5 GCSEs at grades 4/C or above including English and Maths.
In return you will receive a salary between £17,742-20,720, Pension Scheme, Life Assurance, Occupational Sick Pay, Including Long-Term Sick Income Protection, Healthcare and 30 days' annual leave.
If you are interested in the role please get in touch with Cat on 01904 888800.