It’s all in the detail with this role…
Would you love a varied role administering the HR processes that keep a state-of-the-art hospital running smoothly? If so, and you’d thrive assisting with everything from the recruitment process, maintenance of employment records and administering leavers, this fantastic career opportunity at Spire Manchester Hospital is one not to be missed. Read on to discover more…
Who will I be working with?
Spire Healthcare is a leading independent hospital group in the UK and the largest in terms of revenue, comprising of 39 hospitals, 10 clinics and 2 specialist cancer care centres. Significant capital investment of over £500m since 2007, continuous investment in the business, dedicated colleagues, and comprehensive and competitive benefits, makes Spire an exciting and innovative place to work. Employing over 7,800 colleagues, Spire continuously delivers excellent care with leading clinical outcomes and a high level of patient satisfaction.
Spire Manchester Hospital is a brand new, £65m state-of-the-art healthcare facility offering patients a wide range of integrated surgical, medical and diagnostic services. The rapidly expanding team in Manchester consists of over 500 colleagues, who thrive in the welcoming atmosphere that is friendly, supportive and progressive.
So, what does the role of HR Administrator entail?
Reporting to the HR Officer and Head of Clinical Services, as a HR Administrator you will provide a vital role by meticulously administering all aspects of the employee lifecycle, from recruitment to leavers, providing support to all levels within the hospital. Your duties will include but not be limited to:
- Administering the recruitment process for the hospital, including upkeeping relevant job descriptions and supporting managers with shortlisting and interview arrangements
- Maintaining all personnel files in an accurate and responsible manner in line with Data Protection guidelines
- Accurately inputting sickness absence data
- Administering the maternity, paternity and adoption leave processes
- Managing the occupational health nurse diary
What do I need in order to be considered for this HR Administrator role?
- Proven experience of dealing with HR matters, process and / or projects
- Proven ability to work with cross functional teams
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships at all levels
- A positive, engaging and proactive approach to work with a resilient and assertive attitude
- Superb organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise tasks and manage workload effectively
- High level of IT literacy with good working knowledge of Microsoft Office such as Word and Excel
- Superb numeracy and literacy skills
Although not essential, a certificate in Personnel Practice or equivalent would be highly advantageous.
What will I receive in return?
You’ll be working in a motivating workplace environment within a leading-edge facility, as part of a company that commits to employees’ well-being through training, support and rewards.
Salary: £18,000 to £22,000 pro rata (equating to £14,400 to £17,600), level dependent on experience
Attractive Benefits: Discounted 5-star quality food within the onsite restaurant, private medical cover, 25 days holiday pro rata plus bank holidays, enhanced employer contributory pension scheme, life assurance, employee assistance programme, wellness screening, eyesight tests, childcare vouchers, cycle to work vouchers, salary sacrifice gym membership, transport season ticket loans, retail and entertainment discounts, group income protection and a hospital cash plan, and long service recognition rewards.
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours of Work: 30 hours per week, either 4 days per week within Monday to Friday, or spread over 5 days i.e. 9am to 3.30pm.
Location: Didsbury, Manchester. Superb transport links with trains, buses and the Metrolink, whilst conveniently located near to the M56 and M60.
All applications to be submitted online, and strictly no agency calls or agency CV submissions.
A standard disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service or Disclosure Scotland will be required for successful applicants.