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Robinson Financial Careers

Human Resources Administrator

South Tyneside


Salary: £Competitive

Job Type: Permanent / Full Time

A rare opportunity has become available for an experienced HR Administrator to join a growing national financial services firm at their offices in South Tyneside.

The purpose of the role is to provide administrative support by way of accurately maintaining employee details on HR systems, ensuring attention to detail and displaying effective time management. This is an excellent opportunity to work within a prestigious and ever growing complex, full service financial solutions business.

The business recognises that people are the key to their success and their goal is to provide a rewarding and fulfilling career in line with their core values.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES

§ Liaising with staff regarding HR system updates and maintenance

§ Ensuring queries and requests are acknowledged and actioned

§ Arranging interviews and preparing interview packs

§ Dealing with all pre-employment checks and preparing offer letters and contracts

§ Responsible for all starter and leaver information

§ Processing all generalist documentation including changes to contracts and family leave

§ Managing employee records and inputting payroll data

§ Act as note taker in disciplinary and grievance meetings

*This list is not exhaustive

SALARY AND BENEFITS

§ £Competitive

§ 25 days’ holiday plus bank holidays

§ Additional day holiday for your birthday

§ Enhanced Maternity, Paternity & Adoption Policy

§ Death in Service, 4 x salary

§ Opportunity to purchase additional annual leave up to 5 days

§ Auto enrolment – Royal London pension scheme – Employee 5%, Employer 4%

§ Ride to Work Scheme

§ Corporate Eye Care Scheme – Specsavers

THE IDEAL PERSON

§ Generalist HR experience in a fast-paced growing business would be an advantage

§ Proactive

§ Attention to detail

§ Flexible

§ Good at building relationships

§ Understanding of UK employment legislation

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