I am working with a global consulting firm based in central London are currently recruiting for a permanent HR Administrator to join their team.
Reporting to the HR Director you will be responsible for supporting the administrative functions of the Human Resources Department to deliver a complete generalist HR service to a client group of 3000 including stakeholders both within EMEA and within their Corporate functions based the US.
These services include (but are not limited to) document drafting, filing, minute taking, responding
to general HR queries, diary and travel management and meeting management.
Creation of employee personnel files (in both electronic and paper format) as new hires join the business.
Filing of all employee related documentation (in both electronic and paper format as relevant) within employee personnel files
Archiving personnel files as employees exit the business
Responding to all reference requests received from external third parties, in a timely manner
Drafting of Offer Letters & Contracts or Employment
Issuing 'New Starter Packs'
Drafting of ad-hoc correspondence as requested by members of the Human Resources Team
Management of the HRQuery-EMEA and HRQuery-UK mailboxes, responding to all generalist queries within skill-set and escalating queries where relevant to a more senior member of the Human Resources Team
Supporting Human Resources Business Partners by means of minute taking at formal meetings, including (but not limited to)
Employee Grievance Meetings
Employee Disciplinary Meetings
Performance Management Meetings
Flexible Working Meeting
Support the Director - Human Resources, EMEA and any appointed external legal Counsel in the collating of evidence and presentation of the Company defence at any legal hearings that might be issued within EMEA.
Invoice administration relating to HR related activity (e.g. Legal Invoices, Benefits Invoices etc.)
Provide administrative support to the New Starter Induction Process, for all new hires across EMEA.
This would be a fantastic opportunity for someone who has a degree in HR, or someone who has some HR experience possibly gained through a HR internship that is now looking for their first entry level role.