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J3 - Human Resource Administrator

Location: Swansea / Hybrid working
Hours: 35 per week
Salary £25,696 full-time


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Job Title: Human Resource Administrator

Reports to: Executive Director (People & Communities)

Primary Location: Customs House, Swansea, Hybrid Working Available

Hours: 35 a week, Monday- Friday

Job Purpose:

Reporting to the Executive Director (of People & Communities (EDP&C). The HR Administrator will provide comprehensive, efficient, and timely administration support to the EDP&C. The role will encompass all aspects of HR administration. To be successful in this role, you must be able to work independently and proactively completing tasks. Excellent organisation, communication and IT skills, accuracy, and attention to detail are essential requirements, always working within data protection regulations.



* Comply with GDPR and the Charity’s record-keeping procedures..

* Comply with Health and Safety regulations and the Charity’s working procedures.

* Keep up to date with current policies and changes that may affect the Charity and wider sector.

* Establish and maintain good working relationships both internally and externally.

* Undertake training as required.

* Carry out any other duties reasonably determined by the Executive Director (People & Communities).

Person Specification

1 Skills

1.1 Experience working with Microsoft packages, including, word, excel and PowerPoint

1.2 Experience working in an HR/workforce administrative role and understanding HR processes.

1.3 Evidence of continuous professional development

1.4 Experience working in an administrative support role within a Human Resource department

1.5 Well organised, able to prioritise and work to deadlines

1.6 Strong attention to detail

1.7 A team player with the ability to work independently

2 Knowledge and Qualifications

2.1 Awareness of organisational vision and initiatives as set out in the Goleudy business plan.

2.2 Sound working knowledge of employment legislation and data protection.

2.3 Ideally, possess CIPD level 3 or be willing to work towards this.

3 Behaviours

3.1 Possession of a strong work ethic and personal resilience.

3.2 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

3.3 Energy and commitment to help drive the HR ambitions forward.

3.4 Commitment to uphold the Goleudy way of doing things to support our culture and values.

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