HR Administrator

Uniting People
24000.00 - 32000.00 GBP Annual
30 Jan 2024
27 Feb 2024
Job Title
Industry Sector
Contract Type
Full Time
  • GBP24,000 - GBP32,000 per year DOE
  • Generous pension contributions
  • A stimulating and varied working environment
  • 24-hr GP wellness program
  • Holidays 25+BH
  • Training & Development

A fantastic opportunity for an HR Administrator to join a well-established, specialist business driving innovation through extreme engineering and advanced materials technology. As the HR Administrator you will play a pivotal role in supporting the HR department's objectives and promoting a positive work environment. Responsibilities will include various tasks related to HR administration, employee relations, data management, recruitment support, and coordination of training and development initiatives. By executing these key responsibilities effectively, the HR Administrator will contribute significantly to the success of HR operations and overall organisational goals.


  • Serve as a point of contact for employee inquiries and concerns regarding HR policies, procedures, and benefits.
  • Develop, implement, and maintain standardised HR policies and procedures to ensure consistency and compliance across all departments.
  • Leading performance and management processes.
  • Conducting employee appraisals and performance reviews will be crucial in driving continuous improvement and facilitating goal achievements among the workforces.
  • Handling employee relations issues and conflicts, providing resolution within the UK legal framework, will be a critical aspect of your role.
  • You will lead investigations and hearings, ensuring fairness and compliance with UK disciplinary procedures.
  • Act as an advocate for fairness and equity in the workplace by proactively addressing any issues related to discrimination, harassment, or bias.
  • Conduct regular reviews of salary and wage structures to ensure competitiveness within the industry and alignment with company goals.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date employee records, including but not limited to personnel files, payroll information, and performance evaluations.
  • Assist in the recruitment process by posting job openings, scheduling interviews, conducting background checks, and facilitating new hire onboarding activities.
  • Coordinate employee training programs and professional development initiatives to support skill enhancement and career growth opportunities.
  • Staying on UK employment laws and regulations, ensuring the organisation s compliance, and advising management on the legal implications of HR actions within the UK context will be part of your ongoing responsibilities.

Candidate Requirements:

  • At least 1 year in similar role is preferred.
  • An understanding of HR principles, practices, and regulations is essential.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are necessary for interacting with employees, managers and external contacts.
  • Excellent organisational skills are crucial for managing multiple tasks, maintaining accurate records, and prioritising workload efficiently.
  • A Minimum of a B in Maths & English at GCSE, ideally a C in A Level Maths.
  • Enthusiastic, passionate and dynamic individual.
  • A thirst for knowledge and eager to learn.
  • IT savvy.

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