HR Administrator

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Fólk are delighted to be working with a fast-growing professional services client in Yorkshire as they look to appoint an HR Administrator based out of their Leeds or Sheffield offices.

Reporting to a supportive and engaging HR Business Partner, your role will focus on supporting the HR department acting as a first point of contact for HR-related queries from employees and external partners.

They have a strong workplace culture of openness and collaboration but they’re also working through a significant period of change as their dedicated HR function is relatively new within the organisation so there’s plenty to get your teeth stuck into.

This is a role which will grow legs and offer you development to progress into a more senior HR role down the track and they would be happy to sponsor further professional development. 

Your main duties will include:

  • Provide HR administrative support across the full range of early career employees, including recruitment support, offer letters, contracts, references, absence management, and any changes to contract terms.

  • Support senior members of the HR team with administration and facilitation of the apprenticeship program including project planning, annual trainee conference and cost centre invoicing.

  • Responsible for all administrative duties relating to Recruitment, including recruitment inbox, liaison with recruitment agencies, arranging interviews, and taking interview notes.

  • Assisting with HR audits and provision of relevant documentation, including overseeing all compliance, onboarding and RTW checks.

To be considered for the role, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following skills, experience and qualifications:

  • Experience working in a busy administration role, ideally within an HR team.

  • A team-worker who is prepared to pitch in to do what is needed to support the rest of the team where necessary.

  • A meticulous administrator with the ability to manage own workload and prioritise effectively and a commitment to meeting deadlines.

  • You will have a keen eye for detail and be able to check and ensure the quality and accuracy of your own work and, occasionally, other people’s.

  • The ability to use and develop HR systems or similar data systems.

  • Excellent communication skills including the ability to communicate confidently and professionally with colleagues and external bodies at all levels.

  • Reliable, responsible, and able to handle highly confidential information with discretion.

  • A level 3 HR qualification would be an advantage but is not essential.

They have a close-knit team who get on well, like a good giggle at work whilst being professional so you need to have humility and a good sense of humour.

The role can be based in Leeds or Sheffield and full time hours.

The team all work very flexibly, and this is a true hybrid role with people typically working 2-3 days per week in an office. You may need to travel between offices particularly to establish stakeholder relationships in the beginning.

For more information, please contact Neil Smith at Fólk Recruitment on 07710 65 11 95