This Level 3 apprenticeship will enable you to gain a recognised HR qualification and membership of CIPD. Experience will develop whilst working in a busy HR Service and assisting in the provision of front line support to managers and employees. Work will typically include providing advice and support to managers on a range of HR issues. Duties include but are not limited to:
To provide front line support to managers and employees as part of a HR team
To undertake a range of business support tasks such as managing your own emails, filing, copying, scanning, faxing, archiving, post, answering the telephone and taking messages
To help develop and maintain efficient administrative systems and processes which support the delivery of HR
To input, update and audit records both manually and electronically on multiple systems, including dedicated HR Systems, extracting basic information within set parameters and producing required reports.
Undertake tasks as required which may be of a sensitive and confidential nature.
Copy typing from notes, including completing standardised templates
To provide HR support via by telephone, email and face to face and ensure that queries are dealt with effectively and efficiently
To carry out routine invoicing and create purchase orders
Take notes at meetings as required
To provide facilities management including setting up rooms for meetings/training ensuring the required equipment and resources are available and assisting attendees where special requirements are needed
Perform diary management functions for officers in HR including arranging and rearranging meetings and room bookings
37 hours per week Monday to Friday, salary £136.90 per week.
Northern Education Trust is a DFE approved charity that sponsors academies to ensure that student achieves their full potential. The Trust sponsors 20 academies; 10 secondary and 10 primaries across the North of England in ten Local authority regions. There may be some requirement to travel to academies across the Trust.
We are seeking an Apprentice HR Administrator to work within the Trust who is looking to start a career in Human Resources. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills and have the ability to build effective working relationships with colleagues at all levels.
You will have first-rate organisational and ICT skills including the ability to multi task and manage a number of conflicting priorities in order to support the HR team with all administrative related matters. You will be responsible for maintaining confidential HR records as well as dealing with day to day HR and Payroll issues.
You will need a high level of dedication and commitment to learning as you will undertake the HR Support Apprenticeship (Level 3) or the HR Consultant/Partner Apprenticeship (Level 5) dependent on current qualifications. Both courses allow you to get CIPD accredited.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Providing support and assistance to managers on a range of HR issues e.g. recruitment, attendance management, discipline, grievance, performance management, organisational change, HR data and information, training and development and Trust policies, procedures and terms and conditions of employment.
Preparing reports and HR management information.
Carrying out HR administration, maintaining and issuing employment documentation using My Service (the Trust’s recruitment and payroll system).
Preparing and supporting the development of HR policies and procedures and training and development materials.
Attending meetings and taking formal notes.
Building effective, professional working relationships with managers and colleagues.
Demonstrating a commitment to developing personal skills in accordance with the apprenticeship standard.
Meeting deadlines associated with progression through the full apprenticeship standard.
Completing assignments and projects which relate to the apprenticeship standard in line with target dates.
Treating all HR information, whether held in electronic or manual files in a confidential manner.
To demonstrate a commitment to developing personal skills in accordance with the apprentice framework.
To meet deadlines associated to progression through the full apprenticeship period.
To complete assignments/projects which relate to the apprenticeship framework to meet target dates.
Complying with the Trust’s requirements and security standards in relation to the management of records and information; respect the privacy of personal information held by the Trust and use information only for authorised purposes.
Carrying out duties with full regard to the Trust’s Equality policies, Code of Conduct and all other Trust policies.
Complying with the Trust’s Health and Safety policy, rules and regulations and with Health and Safety legislation.
37 hours per week Monday to Friday, salary £3.70 per hour for the first year, national minimum wage thereafter.
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