Senior HR Administrator

Chesterfield, Derbyshire
£30,000 per annum
12 Aug 2019
09 Sep 2019
Job Sector
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Role: Senior HR Administrator

Hours: Full time – Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm (40 hours per week)

Salary: c. £30,000 per annum, based on experience, skills and qualifications

Contract: Permanent

Based: Chesterfield

The HR Dept provides outsourced HR support to a range of businesses throughout the UK.

Our people are exceptional HR professionals. They also have to demonstrate a high degree of commercial awareness and an understanding of how HR fits with our client’s commercial needs. 

The Role

The Senior HR Administrator role will report to the HR Business Partner and work directly with a client based in Chesterfield.

Main responsibilities

  • Working with the HR Business Partner to provide day to day HR support to managers and staff on site.
  • Support with managing recruitment projects by writing job descriptions and posting adverts, candidate and manager liaison, shortlisting and interviewing candidates, developing selection criteria, making offers and communicating counter offers and onboarding new starters.
  • Preparing employment documentation (including employment contracts and offer packs) for new employees.
  • Coordinating and processing payroll activity onsite and liaising with the external payroll provider to ensure staff are paid correctly on time.
  • Supporting workforce monitoring and planning activity, ensuring reporting accuracy and arrangements are in place to engage the right people with the right skills at the right time.
  • Supporting the procurement of agency workers to supplement the permanent workforce.
  • Coordinate the annual pay review process and supporting the HR Business Partner in negotiating an agreement with trade unions.
  • Undertaking background checks, risk and compliance requirements, to ensure staff have the necessary permissions, skills and capabilities to work for the company.
  • Coordinating appraisals to ensure standards are met and process is completed on time.
  • Ensuring all HR records are kept up to date and are accurate, adhering to the requirements of GDPR. Developing and implementing HR systems to suit the needs of the client. Generating and issuing both routine and ad-hoc HR reports and communications as required.
  • Administering employee benefits.
  • If required, supporting employee relations issues including disciplinaries, capability and grievances ensuring compliance with employment law.
  • Other HR projects as required.

Candidate Requirements

Knowledge, Education and Experience Required

  • Desirable if working towards CIPD qualification
  • Graduate calibre desirable
  • Strong organisation and administration skills
  • Experience of managing high volume and senior level recruitment campaigns
  • Strong payroll experience desirable UK employment law knowledge
  • Experience of working in a faced paced business environment.
  • Good MS Office skills – Word, PowerPoint and Excel

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