HR (CIPD) Apprenticeship (Level 3) - Administrator
To ensure the efficient delivery of all operational HR processes and administration to include the following responsibilities:
To administer all recruitment activity including advertising jobs, candidate response handling and arranging interviews
To carry out all pre-employment checks, collate and send out joiner paperwork and organise induction schedules for new employees
To confirm contractual changes for staff (extensions, pay, hours, leavers etc.) and keep payroll informed of changes
To manage absence procedures and systems (annual leave, sickness)
To update and maintain electronic employee files and HR records ensuring data is in compliance with the requirements of the GDPR regulations
To organise staff training courses, as and when required
To respond to staff queries on HR matters
To supply and update relevant material for the staff intranet
To provide office admin assistance, (i.e. photocopying, greeting visitors, posting mail) as and when required
£206.00 - £215.25
Monday - Friday, 09:00 - 17:00. (One of these days will be spent at college).
Possible start date
5 February 2019
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Requirements and prospects
Microsoft Office skills, including proficiency in Outlook, Word and Excel
Good organisation and communication skills and the ability to work with staff across a variety of levels
Reliable and adaptable, able to respond to changing priorities
Able to work on own initiative with accuracy and attention to detail
Be aware of the importance and need for confidentiality
We are looking for someone who is interested in people and committed to developing a career in HR. Also important is someone who can be supportive and collaborative with colleagues and can act in a professional manner at all times.
Have a least GCSEs at grades A-C/9-4 or equivalent in English and maths.
We are offering this post as a means of giving someone a good quality first start to a career in HR, supported by structured development with both on and off the job training.
The role could become permanent in the future or if not support will be provided to find a permanent job after.
How to apply
For more information about the role and to apply, please click here.
The Institute for Employment Studies is committed to equality of opportunity and we encourage diversity in the workplace. The current British and European law states that we cannot employ a person aged 16 or over who does not have permission to live and work in the UK. You should make yourself aware of how immigration laws apply to your situation before applying for any jobs (see Home Office UK Border Agency website).
The Institute for Employment Studies:
- is a registered charity (no. 258390)
- seeks to be an equal opportunities employer
- is an Investor in People