We are seeking an exceptional HR and L&D Administrator to support the Head of People in delivering an efficient and effective HR function.
Our client is a charity established in 2013 to champion and support the use of effective early intervention to improve the lives of children and young people at risk of experiencing poor outcomes. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and experienced administration professional to be part of an organisation that aims to make a real difference to children’s lives.
Position: HR and L&D Administrator
Location: London (SE1)
Salary: £25,427 - £26,765
Duration: 12 months fixed term contract
Hours: Part-time, 21 hours (net) per week
Closing date: 30th October 2020
Interview date: W/C 16th November 2020
About the role:
As HR and L&D Administrator you will provide effective support to the Head of People in delivering an efficient HR function, providing administration support and handling sensitive and confidential information with tact and diplomacy. As well as supporting the delivery of learning and development activities across the charity.
Key responsibilities would include:
- All the administration related to the recruitment process
- Onboarding and Induction
- Provide support for all Learning and Development activity
- Assist the head of people in developing and implementing new projects
- Carry out general administration tasks for the head of people, such as managing inbox’s, administering the charity’s HR system and assisting with the annual appraisal cycle.
- Any other duties as required, in support of the wider finance and resources team
To be successful in the role of HR Administrator you will be well organised, efficient and purposeful, you will be mature in attitude, with an understanding when discretion and confidentiality is required. You will have a flexible attitude towards tasks, with well-developed interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with colleagues at all levels.
Essential skills and experience include:
- Experience of providing administrative support and an understanding of HR processes
- Experience and interest in learning and development
- A good level of formal education including GCSE Maths and English (grade 4 or above)
- Excellent organisational skills including ability to manage time and prioritise effectively
- Good standard of oral and written communication skills.
- Strong IT skills, skilled in using Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook Word and Excel
- A demonstrable commitment to diversity and inclusion
People are at the heart of everything for our client. It’s vital that their workforce reflects the diversity of their stakeholders and the wider society in the UK, so they’re proud to be an equal opportunities employer and actively seek candidates from diverse backgrounds and communities. They also recognise the importance of a good work life balance, so do everything they can to accommodate flexible working, including part-time and job shares for their roles.
As with the equal opportunities approach, please let us know if any additional support or adjustments are required for the selection process.
- 38 days holiday per annum incl. bank holidays
- Flexible/agile working opportunities including working from home. Operate a 35 hour working week.
- Generous group pension scheme; employer contributes 6% where employee contributes 3%
- Enhanced Maternity/Adoption/Paternity scheme
- Occupational sick pay scheme (discretionary)
- Dog friendly office (planned in advance)
- Cycle Scheme
- Travel loans
- Free use of site gym (after paid induction)
To apply for this role please include a CV and covering letter explaining how you feel you are suitable. As part of the shortlisting process you may also be required to complete an online skills test.
Other roles you may have experience of could include: Senior Administrator, HR Administrator, L&D, HR/L&D administrator, Learning & Development Administrator, L&D Coordinator/Administrator, HR & Training Administrator, Human Resources Administrator etc.