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HR Administrator

Closing date
9 Feb 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
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An amazing temporary to permanent opportunity to work for a multi academy trust based in Rednal, Birmingham.

To assist in the management of HR processes and functions for all staff within the Trust. To assist with the continuous development of the HR function and provide accurate and timely support to the team.


Temp - potential to go perm
Immediate start
36.5 hours per week
Hybrid working pattern
Hourly rate: £11.01 per hour, equivalent
Location: RednalDuties/Responsibilities:

Ensuring recruitment adheres to the safer recruitment policy.
To prepare adverts and job details for staff vacancies, as required
To respond to queries if possible or redirect to the Head of HR
To process applications and manage the candidate journey
To assist with preparation of all paperwork for interview; invitation to interview letters; interview plan for candidates etc.
To retain and archive all applications in line with the Data Protection Policy
To ensure all paperwork is complete and returned for all pre-employment checks
To ensure new starters are set up on the HR system
To ensure all new staff receive relevant documents, training and induction and this is
recorded accurately.
To support the Head of HR with the new staff induction process, ensuring all new staff
are invited to the scheduled induction, organising all relevant paperwork for line
To monitor sickness absence of staff and highlight concerns to the Head of HR.
To assist the Head of HR in the administration of new starters, leavers and variations to
To provide a full clerical and administrative support as required.
To plan own work to ensure the meeting of defined objectives.
Skills/Experience required:

GCSE A - C in English and Maths
Educated to A Level or Equivalent
Level 3 CIPD qualified
Experience within schools
Relevant work and other experience
Administrative experience in an educational setting including HR functions
Experience of using data input systems
Experience of child protection procedures and
commitment to safeguarding pupils
Experience of using HR Software and running reports
Written communication skills, dealing with the public etc
The ability and motivation to constantly improve own
practice and knowledge through self-evaluation and learning from others
The ability to support colleagues
An ability to establish and develop positive relationships throughout the Trust
Flexibility to adjust to change and development
Positive and proactive approach with the confidence to support new initiatives
Approachable and confident demeanourThis is an immediate start oppotunity. Please apply today.

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