HR Administrator

Mandarin-speaking HR Administrator - £27,000 - £30,000 - Financial Services - Central London

Your new company
A Mandarin-speaking HR Administrator role has arisen, working for a leading organisation within the financial services industry in the busy London office. In this role you'll be reporting to the HR Business Partner.

Your new role
In this Mandarin-speaking, HR Administrator role, you'll be managing the end-to-end employee lifecycle, from on-boarding new joiners, through to administering the exit process. You'll act as the first point of call for all HR-related enquiries, and signpost as appropriate. You'll also be assisting with training administration from booking venues and liaising with course providers, and providing general administration support.

What you'll need to succeed
To succeed in this HR Administration role, fluency in both English and Mandarin is a must. You'll have experience working in a central HR function within the financial services sector, and have a proven track record of providing excellent customer service. Strong IT, problem-solving and people skills will also equate to a successful application. A Bachelor's degree in an HR-related field is desirable.

What you'll get in return
In return, you'll be exposed to the central HR function, working for a large, international organisation whereby you can utilise and develop your expertise. You'll receive a competitive salary of £27,000 - £30,000.

What you need to do now
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