HR Assistant

7 days left

Recruiter
Networx
Location
Hoddesdon, Broxbourne
Salary
£23,291 - £25,879
Posted
18 Feb 2021
Closes
04 Mar 2021
Ref
NTXWG585127
Specialist Area
General HR Function
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

HR Assistant

Hoddesdon, Broxbourne

Salary: £23,291 - £25,879

Full time – 37 hours - permanent 


Closing Date: 4th March


Our client are currently the largest provider of social housing in the Broxbourne area, owning and managing almost 5000 properties in Hertfordshire and Essex. Their aim is to provide safe and secure homes for their customers and strengthen their local community whilst delivering excellent customer service.


Our client are looking for a HR Assistant to provide a customer focused HR service for a range of stakeholders ensuring compliance with policies, procedures and relevant legislation.


Responsibilities will include:

To be the first point of contact for internal and external queries

To support line managers with recruitment administration

To carry out HR inductions for new staff

To administer employee benefits, such as annual leave, private medical insurance, childcare vouchers, pension schemes, car loans, ensuring staff receive their full entitlements.

To monitor absence, recording sickness and reporting on Bradford Factor scores

To support the monthly payroll process

To support other HR functions as needed


They’ll need you to demonstrate that you:

Have general administration experience

Excellent customer service skills

Good IT abilities, including a good working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)

Good levels of numeracy

Will ideally have experience in a HR / Payroll function


Due to the nature of the role, a DBS check is required.


All Our clients vacancies are open to flexible working arrangements, something they are really proud of. Our client offer a competitive benefits package including generous leave entitlements and a personal pension scheme. They believe in the benefits of a diverse workforce and strongly welcome applications from those currently under-represented in the organisation, including LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people, people with disabilities and people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.