Job Role: HR Administrator
We are recruiting multiple HR Administrator for our public service client based in Lisburn.
The Human Resources Advisor will be a member of the Employee Relations Team and will contribute to the provision of a comprehensive range of Human Resources services across the client.
He/she will participate in all aspects of the day-to-day Human Resources activities in line with the client’s Human Resources Strategy and Corporate Plan.
Hours of Work -36.25 Hours Per Week (Mon- Fri)
Salary - £10.63 Per hour
KEY DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES
1. To advise managers and staff on all employee relations issues, in accordance with employment legislation and existing HR policies and procedures.
2. To co-ordinate investigations, hearings, mediation, and training as and when required.
3. To assist managers in the implementation of the client’s Management of Attendance protocol as it pertains to Disciplinary Procedures.
4. To resolve day to day queries in relation to employee relations matters.
5. To advise managers and staff of terms and conditions of service ensuring proper interpretation and application.
University degree in Human Resources or recognised professional qualification and six months *relevant experience
HNC/HND or equivalent/higher qualification in an HR field and a minimum of one year’s *relevant experience
NVQ Level 3 in HR/Administration AND two years * relevant experience
4 years *relevant administrative and clerical experience at Band 3 level or equivalent
Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite and electronic information systems including inputting and extracting information *Relevant experience is defined as experience at Band 3 or equivalent to include experience of a range of administration and HR procedures and systems.
Hold a current full driving licence which is valid for use in the UK and have access to a car on appointment. This criteria will be waived in the case of applicants whose disability prohibits driving but who have access to a form of transport approved by the Trust which will permit them to carry out the duties of the post