HR Coordinator

  • £26k - 28k per year
  • Crewe, Cheshire, England
  • full-time

HR CO-ORDINATOR 

CREWE

£26,000 – £28,000 PER ANNUM DOE 

MONDAY TO FRIDAY 

40 HOURS 

 

With great public transport links and easy access from across the Cheshire and Staffordshire areas, we are supporting our Crewe based client in their search for a HR Co-Ordinator to join their busy team. Established for over 30 years this is a Nationwide supplier of products and services and you will work in their HQ, you will provide timely and accurate HR administration and front line HR advice for two UK based sites and one site based in Europe. You will support the payroll function by assisting them in the processing of weekly and monthly payroll and administer all HR related correspondence/activity.  

This is a varied role which is perfect for a candidate who would like to further their knowledge within Human Resource and  round skills in different areas. You will be joining a small and experienced team who work together in order to ensure a smooth day to day running and positive working environment by offering support and advice. 

 

Main Duties

  • Act as custodian of Core HR system to accurately deliver monthly payroll activity.
  • Manage the accurate inputting of all payroll data on a weekly and monthly basis, liaise with colleagues, Ireland and the Tax office to resolve payroll queries as necessary. Authorise monthly payroll submissions and refer all pay amends for approval. Provide monthly payroll reports and analysis of information as required.
  • Support system development projects at Group level to improve system functionality and automation. Project lead UK activity as required and provide guidance and training to all colleagues as required to ensure compliance with system.
  • Contribute to delivery of HR projects as required in line with plan and timeliness. Ensure effective communication of progress to meet project plan.
  • Co-ordinate all HR administration in line with existing policies and procedures. Issue and revise employment contracts to colleagues in line with status change forms. Manage the accurate collation of Personnel Files and keep up to date with all relevant employee data.
  • Support recruitment administration by placing job adverts, collating applications, organising interviews, sending letters. Conduct CV pre-selection against criteria as required and support interviews when requested.
  • Very fast paced, coordinating a number of simultaneous tasks.  Set weekly and monthly routines and deadlines
  • Co-ordinate and manage new starter process and paperwork, issuing employment contracts, carrying out reference checks etc. ensuring all relevant checks carried out prior to start date.
  • Support induction planning and arrange mandatory elements. Ensure all relevant paperwork is available for induction.

Skills and Experience

  • At least 12 months experience of working within a busy administration office within manufacturing or head office environment.
  • Understanding of payroll processes including new starters, leavers, P45/6 SSP, SMP etc.
  • Good PC and system skills, experience of working with a HR system to update and maintain records. Experience of setting up spreadsheets and maintaining management information systems.
  • Some recruitment experience would be ideal as would experience of HR policies and procedures, such as absence, disciplinary, grievance etc.
  • Is a team player who supports others to ensure that work deadlines are achieved. Is flexible and adapts well to changing work demands. Undertakes tasks with enthusiasm and takes pride in their work. Treats others with respect and displays a positive and professional attitude.
  • Good with excel; basic calculations and formatting, generating reports and analysis and checking of data
  • Confident and articulate communicator over the phone, face to face and in writing. Takes responsibility for own learning.
  • Making decisions and Driving Improvements
  • Comes up with ideas and seeks opportunities to improve output of tasks. Actively supports changes that improve performance of self and team. Can work without the need for constant supervision and looks to find solutions to problems that occur.
  • Very fast paced, coordinating a number of simultaneous tasks.  Set weekly and monthly routines and deadlines
  • Highly system related; must enjoy and be experienced with payroll preparations / HR systems; ours is CoreHR
  • Good with excel; basic calculations and formatting, generating reports and analysis and checking of data
  • Positive and enthusiastic approach, we pride ourselves on the service we provide and are a close knit team
  • Self managed and proactive as owns the processes
  • Very high levels of accuracy and attention to detail

 In return you will receive

  • £26,000-£28,000 per annum DOE
  • 26 +3 holidays
  • Up to 10% annual bonus
  • 3% Employer Pension Contribution
  • Group Income Protection
  • Death in Service 

If you are interested in this position and would like to find out more or apply please call Leanne on 01782 712230 or email leanne@kpi.co.uk

 

Job ID: 4763757 / Job Reference: LDHRCOORDINATOR

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