HR Assistant CSS0702017

Location
Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary
£15,807 - £18,746
Posted
19 Apr 2017
Closes
02 May 2017
Job Ref
CSS0702017
Contract Type
Fixed Term Contract
Working Pattern
Standard
Hours
Full-Time

HR Assistant

10 Woodcock Street

£15,807 - £18,746

Working 36.5 hours per week

6 months Fixed Term Contract

Birmingham City Council HR is seeking a full time HR Assistant to support an exciting new project for Children’s Services.  Birmingham City Council is creating a Children’s Trust   which will be responsible for delivering essential services to the children of Birmingham.

You will be responsible for supporting the work of the HR Project Team as we create the Trust, including supporting data collection and cleansing, fielding and providing accurate advice to queries, amending records and general administrative duties. 

It is essential that you have previous experience of working in an administrative role within a busy office environment; delivering high quality customer care, able to make a positive contribution towards the work of the whole team, and demonstrating excellent written and verbal communication skills.

You will also need to demonstrate strong IT and organisational skills in order to manage a busy workload, working accurately and quickly to meet a range of deadlines and priorities.

Previous experience of working on time limited projects and/or previous HR experience would be advantageous.

This is an exciting time for Children’s Services and to join the project.  You will join a friendly and experienced team and undertake a structured programme of induction training and support to fulfil the role.

Informal enquires via email to shaune.loughlin@birmingham.gov.uk

Ref: CSS0702017

Closing Date: 2 May 2017

 “Right to work in the UK documentation will be fully checked for all applicants. All non UK and non EU applicants are required to apply for a Certificate of Sponsorship from Birmingham City Council and must be approved by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) before any employment offer can be confirmed.”