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HR Administrator (Part-Time)

Warwick, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom

Brilliant opportunity to join a growing business that has strong values and a clear vision for its future. Hybrid working available together with excellent benefits and career opportunities.

Would you like to work for a company with a clear identity, strong values, an amazing culture, and a defined purpose?

This is a great opportunity to join a company that has imagined what a next generation financial planning business should look like. Our purpose is to enrich the lives not just of the clients we work for, but also the people that work for us, and we and have created an environment where our team members feel they belong and can thrive and grow. If this is what you are looking for in a company and our values resonate with you, please apply, we would love to hear from you!

The role

Role is based in Warwick.


•Maintain and update employee records, ensuring accuracy and confidentiality.

•Prepare and distribute HR-related documents, such as employment contracts, offer letters etc.

•Assist in the development and implementation of HR policies and procedures.

•Schedule and coordinate meetings, interviews, and HR events.

•Assist with the recruitment process, including posting job adverts and screening CVs.

•Conduct reference checks and background verifications.

•Facilitate the onboarding process for new hires, including preparing onboarding materials and conducting orientation sessions.

•Coordinate benefits enrolment, changes, and terminations.

•Ensure compliance with employment law and regulations.

•Prepare and submit required HR reports and documentation.

•Address employee enquiries and provide timely and accurate information on HR policies, procedures, and benefits.

•Assist in resolving employee issues and concerns, escalating matters to senior HR staff as necessary.

•Support the implementation of employee engagement initiatives and activities, such as team-building events, recognition programmes, and wellness initiatives.

•Assist with the administration of employee surveys and the analysis of results to improve employee satisfaction.

•Maintain confidentiality of sensitive employee information and company data.

Essential skills

We are looking for someone who has ideally gained experience in a similar role.

•HR skills advisable, must be able to quickly build relationships

•HR related qualification desirable

•Employment law knowledge

•Highly organised and able to manage a broad portfolio of activities within agreed deadlines

•Experience with HR software

•Excellent verbal and written communication skills

•IT Literate with good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook

•Working autonomously in a fast-paced environment

•Diplomacy and tact

•Open, approachable and skilled at engaging with people at all levels


There is the possibility of working from home for two days and three days per week in the office. 31 days holiday including bank holidays (FTE) plus a range of benefits including income protection, life assurance, EAP, wellness support, financial wellbeing.

Salary: £14,400 p/a ( FTE £24,000 p/a)

Working hours: 21 per week



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