Hr Administrator

Posted 9 July by REED Easy Apply Featured
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a pretigious organisation in the heart of Cardiff City Centre. 

Our client are seeking an expereince HR Administrator to provide and maintain high quality day to day support to the HR function.  You will be responsible for prioritising workloads and maintaining deadlines whilst up upholding the higest level of confidentiality and demontrating core companmy values. 

• Maintain paper based and electronic filing management systems and databases, ensuring they are all legally compliant, up to date and in line with best practice
• Responsible for the administration of all Group recruitment processes and campaigns for all employees and casual workers
• Coordinate and lead the recruitment process of lower level positions
• Manage, prepare, coordinate and place all job advertisements across all relevant job boards and locations for maximum exposure
• Prepare, distribute, collate and process new starter and onboarding paperwork
• Process accurate and efficient administration and requirements of employee records, new starters, leavers and role amendments within agreed timescales, liaising with Managers and the Payroll Department
• Administer the HR element of the staff intranet, ensuring it’s continuous and timely update
• Manage and coordinate the administration of employee probations and reviews
• Taking minutes at key HR meetings where applicable, including absence meetings, disciplinary, grievance and restructure consultations
• Manage the HR Support email account, effectively responding to all enquires received. Signposting onwards as appropriate, in a timely manner
• Coordinate the annual employee initiatives across the Group
• Manage and maintain contracts, personnel files and other employee information in different formats

• Proven generalist HR administration, coordination and payroll procedures
• Employee management systems, including absence management and reporting
• Working independently and on own initiative
• Desirable experience of computerised payroll systems, collating timesheets and payroll data
Excellent IT skills, specifically Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint
• Excellent written, verbal communication and numeracy skills are essential
• Strong interpersonal skills and relationship management skills
• Confident and effective phone and face to face communication skills
• Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy
• Excellent planning, organisational and prioritising skills
• CIPD qualified or equivalent
• Welsh Language skills desirable

Reed Specialist Recruitment Limited is an employment agency and employment business

Reference: 35233922

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