Vacancy details

Division
Ref
65689
Vacancy title
HR Administrator
Function(s)
HR
Contract type
Full time fixed term contract
Region
Midlands
Location(s)
Rugby
Description

HR Administrator - Fixed Term Contract

Location:  RUGBY

Talented people are the key to our success

Are you looking for a place to make your mark and develop your career as a HR administrator?  Would you like to work for one of the UK’s top providers of construction and infrastructure projects?  If so, please read on.

Morgan Sindall provides national design, construction and infrastructure services to private and public sector customers across a comprehensive range of markets.  We aim to create great results for our customers, partners and ourselves and collaborate with our sister companies within Morgan Sindall Group to maximise our offering.  This diverse business portfolio guarantees that we are an exciting and fun place to be.

Summary of role

Working as part of the HR administration team this role is the first point of contact for all HR administration enquiries for a given Business Unit.

 

Reports to: Lead HR business partner 

 

Responsibilities and accountabilities

Manage all aspects of HR administration through the employee lifecycle from the point of receiving recruitment documentation from the recruitment team.

 

Provide HR admin support and admin advice to employees and line managers, explaining policies and procedures in a timely and effective manner.

 

Process maternity, paternity, adoption parental and other leave processes and queries.

 

Provide data for and prepare the monthly management information reports.

 

Check accuracy and integrity of data by running reports to check.  Follow up and correct where necessary

 

Updating and maintaining the HR system in a timely manner ensuring all records are accurate.

 

Manage administrative duties for employee benefits including eye test and glasses voucher system, pensions, healthcare, company cars, long service awards, recruitment reward scheme and childcare vouchers.

 

Coordinate eligibility to work in the UK checks in line with BIA requirements

 

Manage the administrative side to the changes to terms and conditions process i.e. forms and letters.

 

Manage the administration of all employee car queries and liaise with the car providers as required.

 

Provide support to the lead HRBP with general HR transactional queries and administration as and when required i.e. responses to questionnaires/bid documents/reference requests and ad hoc projects.

 

Deal with other correspondence and general HR administrative support as required.

 

Qualifications, training and technical knowledge

 

-       Previous experience of working in a broad HR administrative role with a remote client group.

-       Previous experience of working with HR databases and systems – Cascade HR desirable but not essential

-       Previous experience of providing first line advice and guidance within a support function.

-       Competent using Microsoft office specifically excel – advance excel is desirable but not essential

-       Previous experience of using query building software to build HR reports and manipulate data is desirable but not essential.

 

Attributes and skills

 

-       Proactive and able to manage queries calmly and efficiently until resolved or escalated to the correct areas.

-       Excellent verbal and written skills and strong attention to detail.

-       Able to work confidentially with sensitive company information.

-       Able to manage own work load and effectively prioritise.

-       Excellent organisational skills and ability to multi task

-       Able to work confidentially with sensitive company information – willing to challenge and seek advice if unsure.

 

We would be really keen to here from anyone that has a HR background and would excited to work for a HR award winning company. 



 

 

 






Morgan Sindall is an equal opportunities employer and has been accredited with the Positive About Disabled People.

Morgan Sindall is unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to live and work in the UK.

In the recruitment process all applicants are required to provide the necessary right to work information and documentation.

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