HR Administrator

Job Details
  • 4143
  • HR Anchor
  • Rhyl
  • Permanent, Part Time
  • £19,000 pro rata + a range of additional benefits

HR Administrator - Part time (up to 26 hours per week) from outset, with potential to increase to full time hours as workload expands.

A newly created role where you’ll have the opportunity to utilise your HR administration experience within a very busy office environment as part of an ambitious business.

The Company

HR Anchor is an innovative company with a clear growth plan and vision to become the leading provider of HR-related services to businesses across North Wales and the North West.

Backed and supported by a rich history and 75-strong team that make up North Wales’ leading law firm for commercial and personal legal services Gamlins Law, HR Anchor was established in 2019 to assist businesses with disciplinary issues, grievances, contracts of employment, handbooks, redundancies, TUPE, maternity, sickness issues, holiday pay and investigations.

Our ambitious growth plans have only excelled during the Covid-19 pandemic, and we are now seeking an individual with proven experience working as a HR Administrator within a busy office environment, to join our team.

The role of HR Administrator

As the HR Administrator you will provide high-level HR administration support to our team of Solicitors, ensuring the delivery of an accurate and efficient service at all times.

We provide a range of support to clients covering HR, Legal, Health & Safety and Occupational Health, assisting them with queries from basic employee matters to complex tribunals providing practical advice and guidance, so you can expect your workload to be wide ranging.

Your duties will include, although not be limited to:

  • Processing paperwork and producing letters
  • Managing new starters and leavers for clients
  • Acting as the first point of contact for routine enquiries
  • Maintaining database information and regularly updating records

The role will initially be part time, working up to 26 hours per week over 3 days, although there is potential for the hours to increase to full time for the right candidate once the workload expands.

What will I need in order to be considered for this HR Administrator role?

  • Proven experience of dealing with basic HR queries in relation to contracts of employment, handbooks, annual leave, maternity leave and employer processes
  • Superb people and communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills
  • IT literate, with good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook

Although not essential, the ability to speak fluent Welsh is highly advantageous for this role, as it a CIPD qualification, or working towards.

What will I receive in return?

As the HR Administrator, you’ll receive a salary of £19,000 per annum (pro rata), plus a range of additional benefits including 31 days annual leave inclusive of bank holidays (pro rata) and the opportunity to enjoy plenty of social events with the team.

You’ll be employed on a permanent contract, working between 22 to 26 hours per week, with working days and times to be agreed at interview stage.

Location: Initially based at our head office in Rhyl (North Wales), although option for some home working may be considered as you progress within the role.

All applications for this HR Administrator vacancy are to be submitted online.

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