Apprentice Human Resources (HR) Assistant

Job Description

Hinckley & Bosworth A PLACE OF OPPORTUNITY

Situated at the very heart of England on the border of the East and West Midlands, Hinckley is well connected by major transport links to the cities of Leicester, Coventry and Birmingham and in an ideal location for commuting being close to major transport links of the M1, M6, M69, M42 and the A5.

Apprentice Human Resources (HR) Assistant
Grade 2, £22,737 per annum pro rata
37 hours per week, 2-year fixed term contract with Level 3 Business Administrator Apprenticeship 

An excellent opportunity has arisen for an Apprentice HR Assistant on a two-year fixed term contract basis.

As an apprentice, you will have the valuable opportunity to acquire a range of general HR skills and experience with support from HR colleagues and a college mentor to meet your learning and development objectives. On completion you will achieve the Level 3 Business Administrator qualification.
 
Your responsibilities will include maintaining HR records and systems and the administration of recruitment and selection, training and payroll activity, HR research and data collection.

Within the role, you will always be part of a team so you must be adaptable, flexible, 
organised, motivated and be able to work well under pressure, communicating effectively and sensitively as required.
    
Entry Requirements: Applicants must have achieved (or be predicted to achieve) 5 GCSEs at Grades A*-C/9-4 including Maths and English, a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs which includes Word, Excel and Outlook and eligibility to complete the Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship.

We operate a ‘hybrid working’ model with a mix of office based, home and remote working available when suitable. The contractual base will be office based with agreed flexibility to work from home or at remote working locations in the borough.

Closing date: Thursday 30 May 2024    

Interview date: Week commencing 24 June 2024

We welcome applications from all of the community.
Benefits include flexible working options, generous pension scheme and annual leave plus bank holidays.
Reasonable workplace adjustments are considered for all roles.