Interim Human Resources Administrator

£18,562 - £22,500
10 Feb 2018
15 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client supports people who face disadvantage or discrimination to have a voice that counts. Providing advocacy and user involvement services across England, our client is a growing organisation working with people who are vulnerable or marginalised to raise their voices and have their rights respected.

The HR Administrator contributes to the accomplishment of organisational practices and objectives relating to human resources that will provide a high-performance culture within their teams which emphasises empowerment, quality, productivity and standards, goal attainment and effective resource management.

This role requires individuals with excellent attention to detail and experience of using HR Systems. This role may have possibility of fixed to perm after review is complete and new structure is confirmed.



  • Logging, data entry and filling of all employee paperwork and electronic records
  • Administration of pay and benefits including maternity / paternity / adoption pay, pensions, salary sacrifice schemes, sick pay, holiday entitlements and associated pay and benefits calculations
  • Drawing down data reports for senior management team
  • Provide administration relating to employee relations matters including new starters / leavers, investigations and disciplinary, grievance, capability, redundancy and TUPE situations
  • Monitor and report on sickness absence periodically as requested
  • Preparing paperwork, meeting times and venues for consultations and other casework for the HRBP's as required
  • Administration of the recruitment process including advertising, collating job packs and supporting managers to use the online Applicant Tracking System for selection process
  • Administering relevant pre-employment checks including references, DBS checks, local authority checks and health checks
  • Coordinating training across the organisation, especially in relation to induction and management development
  • Collating training information packs and other learning materials, and administering related feedback and evaluation processes
  • Maintains a basic working knowledge of various employment laws and practices including discrimination

About You

  • Demonstrate excellent computer skills, including Word, Excel and Outlook in a Microsoft Windows environment, along with other IT data storage tools
  • Have knowledge and experience of working with computerized information systems, skills in database management and accurate record keeping
  • Have good negotiation skills and work collaboratively with colleagues across the organisation
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal as well as oral and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate with those who have lived experience of disability
  • Exhibits a high level of confidentiality with the ability to manage own time, prioritise work, excellent organisational skills and identify and resolve problems in a timely manner
  • Be able to gather and analyse information skilfully to advise and guide the decision making of the Learning, Development and HR Systems Manager and the HR Business Partners