HR Officer

SW1H 9NP, London (Greater)
£35,000 - £40,000 per annum pro rata - 20-25 hours PW
05 Jun 2019
03 Jul 2019
Job Title
Industry Sector
Banking / Finance, Technology
Contract Type
Part Time

The hours for this role are flexible and we’re offering a highly competitive salary with the opportunity of great mentoring and career support. Experience is essential and for candidates who want a long-term career in HR.

As HR Officer, the chosen candidate will be responsible for the following:
• Provide information to managers and staff about HR policies, procedures and processes
• Support all aspects of the company HR activities such as; new starter admin, probations, references, induction, employee changes, annual salary and bonus reviews.
• Responsible for issuing contracts, offer letters, promotions, bonus, leaver letters
• Responsible for maintenance of relevant employee personnel records both in hard copy and electronic format i.e. contracts, benefits, medical records, training records, competency and appraisals.
• Data entry for new starters, employee changes and leavers.
• Managing sensitive and confidential matters including personnel relations, employee relations and organisational changes
• Preparing monthly payroll data (including pensions and health care benefits etc.) and information flow between ADP software and accounts team
• Coordinate and deliver new starter induction
• Carrying out other duties and projects appropriate to the grading of the post as may be directed by the Directors
• To be involved in our staff development and training.
• To adhere and help develop to the our Equal Opportunities Policy.
• To comply and help develop and implement our Health and Safety policy.
• To undertake any other reasonable duties and responsibilities as may be required
• To be aware develop and actively promote and implement our ethos, culture and values.
• Keep up to date with employment law
• First line support for employees queries

• Between 5 – 7 years HR Experience
• English & Mathematics GCSE level or equivalent
• Graduate level or equivalent
• CIPD qualified level 3 or equivalent experience desirable
• Previous administrative experience within a HR Department, including contracts and offer letters.
• Excellent Planning, prioritising and organising skills
• Awareness and understanding of HR practices
• Sound knowledge of, and compliance to HR legislation
• Good written and verbal communication skills
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work within a pressured environment whilst maintaining a high level of accuracy
• Ability to issue/create contracts and offer letters. Correspondence in accordance to promotions, Bonus and leavers.
• Able to represent us in a professional manner at all times
• Position holder must be able to interface effectively with all levels of personnel both within and outside the company.
• Intermediate IT skills — typically Word, Excel, Powerpoint
• Experience of and commitment to the effective implementation of equal opportunities and CSR policies.
• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
• Commitment to working as part of a team
• Approachable and excellent interpersonal skills

Experience with small to medium sized organisations preferable but not essential.
Looking to start as soon as possible for seamless handover.

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