HR Assistant - Go North West

workFull-time

About this job
Description

We will be running over 160 buses from our new site and this is an ideal opportunity for an individual who is looking to develop a career in HR.


The role


Reporting to the People Manager the purpose of this role is to support the People Manager and line managers with day to day people-management activities.

Main responsibilities will include:


• Acting as first point of contact for HR-related employee questions
• Maintaining employee records in line with GDPR. Examples include HR files and databases; recruitment and induction records, employee absence records, performance reviews, and grievance and disciplinary records
• Performing file audits to ensure that all required employee documentation is collected and maintained
• Supporting line managers with employee meetings. Examples include setting appointments and arranging meetings, preparing reports, creating and distributing documents, note taking, and letter writing
• Supporting the recruitment process. Examples include posting job adverts and organising job applications, Scheduling job interviews, assisting recruiting managers with the interview process, collecting new starter information, completing background and reference checks, preparing new starter files, completing new starter forms and monitoring completion of probationary reviews
• Completing background checks in line with regulatory requirements. Examples include DBS checks
• Overseeing the day to day contract management of the company doctors. Examples include liaising with the company doctors for reports, booking medicals, and record keeping
• Gathering and analysing HR-related performance indicators for the HR Manager. Examples include absence and turnover information
• Providing administration support to the Training Team. Examples include booking medicals and registering dCPC training
• Completing termination paperwork and assisting with exit interviews

Skills, knowledge and experience


You will need:


• An interest in people-management
• To be computer literate
• Strong communication & interpersonal skills
• Good numeracy and literacy levels
• The ability to prioritise work activities
• To be diplomatic and objective, trustworthy and discreet
• To be an effective problem-solver, including being able to identify issues and resolve
programs in a timely manner
• The ability to interpret and analyse information
• Good levels of attention to detail


A good understanding of GDPR and previous administration experience is beneficial.


In return you’ll receive a competitive salary based on your experience, and if you don’t have
a CIPD qualification (or equivalent)

The closing date for this role is 26 April 2019.