HR Administrator – ApprenticeThe EAA Team2021-10-13T17:22:54+01:00
HR Administrator – Apprentice
Alliance Automotive Group
Location: Milton Keynes
Company: Alliance Automotive – (Alliance Automotive Group Head Office)
Salary: Up to 15k
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract
Position Type: Full Time
Hours: Mon – Fri (40hrs)
All applications by Friday 15 October 2021
Job title: HR Administrator (Apprentice)
Work Location: Milton Keynes
Reports to: Human Resource Manager
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking to start a career within HR to join a fast paced and extremely successful business.
Providing a full HR administration service to the HR team and business stakeholders, acting as a first point of contact for all HR enquiries, this is an opportunity to learn and build experience across a complete range of people issues.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
To maintain and update electronic personnel record systems containing all employment-related information including absence, holidays, starters and leavers, benefits and equality and diversity.
To administer employee leaver processes as appropriate including producing letters and exit interview analysis.
To prepare any letters or contracts for any changes to employee terms and conditions e.g. flexible working/change of hours/change of location as appropiate
To handle maternity, paternity, adoption, shared parental leave and parental leave administration where appropriate, and liaise with payroll to ensure correct payments are processed.
To support the implementation of HR systems or databases; to enter data and maintain these accordingly.
To handle initial contact into the HR department, signposting onwards as appropriate.
Escalate issues of concern to the Senior HR Administrator, HR Advisor, HR Manager or HR Director
To provide general administration support to the HR department as required including filing, telephone answering, scanning, photocopying and emails.
To respond to general queries from managers and employees, signposting them to the appropriate policies and procedures.
To provide administrative support to line managers in HR processes, including note taking at investigations or formal meetings.
This role description is intended as a summary of the role and is not an exhaustive list of duties, the post holder is expected to undertake any tasks and responsibilities as required and deemed appropriate by the business.
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
Good general education
Excellent verbal, written and numeracy skills
Excellent organisational skills including ability to manage time and prioritise effectively
Strong IT skills, skilled in using Microsoft Word and Excel packages
Able to work independently and on own initiative within specified guidelines or processes
Well-developed interpersonal skills and able to deal with colleagues at all levels
Able to work appropriately with confidential and sensitive information