We are currently recruiting for a HR Generalist who is available to start immediately and work on a 6-8 week temporary contract. The role is with one of our clients based in central London, 2 weeks its in the office then its remote- the perm salary would be 26K; so its £16.36 an hour.
WHO WILL YOU BE WORKING FOR?
Our client is a healthcare regulatory body.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
Recruitment and Selection and On-boarding
- Manage the talent acquisition, recruitment activities from start to end and on-boarding processes for all employees and partners.
- Create offers and contracts of employment for successful candidates, and obtain employment references and other necessary pre-employment checks in a timely manner prior to their scheduled start date.
- Represent HR on interview panels.
- Deliver the HR induction for new starters and make updates where necessary.
- Accurately carry out and prepare the monthly payroll process for approval by the Head of Partners and Operations.
- Ensure the integrity, accuracy and punctuality of all data and amendments to the payroll system prior to monthly payroll deadlines.
- Update and maintain all human resources databases, employee/partners records and filing systems, including co-ordinating the archiving process.
- Undertake administrative day to day tasks to keep the department running smoothly (including raising purchase orders, organising authorisation of invoices, and post), ordering stationery as necessary and taking minutes of meetings if required.
- Be the first point of contact for advice on HR matters, referring more complex issues to senior HR colleagues.
- Experience of recruitment, selection and HR processes.
- Ideally hold a HR qualification
- Experience of advising on Human Resources policies and procedures.
- Experience of administrating monthly payroll checks
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*PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST UPLOAD YOUR CV IN THE POP-OUT WINDOW TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS ROLE – Quick Apply applicants will unfortunately be missed