HR Administrator (part time)

Allia Future Business Centres Cambridge & Peterborough

Salary: up to £22 000 per annum (£13,200 pro-rata)Benefits• Company pension scheme; free on-site parking (Cambridge/Peterborough); Bike2Work Scheme; Electric car scheme (subject to eligibility)• Huge range of discounts, a Healthcare cash plan, wellness programme, and more• Life Insurance• 25 days annual leave rising to 30 based on service plus bank holidays• Flexible working• Casual dress• Previously awarded the best not for profit employer in the Eastern Region• Be a part of a community that drives innovation with a focus on addressing environmental and social challenges

Closing: 20/10/2023

Hours: Part time – 21 hours over Mon – Fri
Salary: up to £22 000 per annum (£13,200 pro-rata)
Location: Future Business Centre, Cambridge
Reports to: HR Co-Ordinator
Role purpose: To support the HR Team

About Us

Allia Future Business Centres offer award-winning flexible workspace and a vibrant community for small businesses who are creating change. Allia Impact runs free business support programmes and innovative funded projects to help start-ups and small businesses to thrive and grow. Allia C&C provide a wide range of financial services for responsible businesses and registered charities.

Working together, we are the Allia Group, a not-for-profit organisation that aims to help others make positive change for people, planet and place. By supporting start-ups, entrepreneurs, social enterprises and responsible businesses, we help them to do more, more effectively and on a greater scale. We call this amplifying impact.

About you

We are looking for an organized person to join our small but busy HR Team. As the HR Administrator you will play a key role in providing support to both the HR Co-Ordinator and the Group HR Manager. Ideally you will have some experience in Human Resources but this would also suit someone with general administration experience. You will contribute to the smooth running of the day-to-day activities of the HR department and will be organized, efficient and quick to learn new processes. This is a part-time role and we are open to discuss how you’d like to structure your 21 hours within core working hours.

Role Responsibilities

• To lead on the collation of and input to, payroll within appropriate timescales to the outsourced provider
• Responsible for the updating and maintaining of HR information systems data
• Reporting on employee data such as turnover, sickness etc.
• To support staff training and development to include the research, co-ordination and booking of relevant courses/programmes
• To coordinate and undertake the onboarding and induction process for all new joiners
• To coordinate the leavers process
• To administer the employee benefits platform
• To administer the recruitment and selection process including advertising and arranging interviews
• Provide administrative support on an ad hoc basis to produce employee information, standard letters, internal and external emails
• To contribute to the continuous improvement of HR systems and practices
• Any other task that is deemed appropriate and within the competence of the individual
Person Specification

• 1 years’ of administration experience
• Excellent communication skills, written and oral
• A highly organised and efficient approach to work with the ability to be able to multi-task
• Understanding of administrative procedures and ability to instigate new processes
• An appreciation of issues around confidentiality and data protection requirements
• Excellent team working skills
• Proactive with a high level of initiative being able to work alone
• Eligible to live and work in the UK
• HR administration experience.
• Experience of working in a not for profit organistaion
• Hold a valid driving licence and have own transport

We are committed to equality and diversity for our ventures, tenants, colleagues, volunteers, trustees, and supporters. We value the strength that comes with difference and the positive contribution that diversity brings to the communities in which we serve. We are working to increase diversity and would particularly welcome applications from groups that are currently under-represented, including those from a BAME background.

To apply for this role, please send an up-to-date CV with a supporting cover letter highlighting your skills and experience along with why we should consider you for the role and your salary expectations to Applications will not be considered without this information. The closing date for applications is Friday 20th October 2023.

Early application is encouraged, as we will be interviewing strong candidates as they apply.