Based in Oxford (Manzil Way), Salary £17,027 per annum, 35 hours a week
This is an opportunity to use your first class organisational and administrative skills to play a key HR role for a renowned and well-regarded Charity.
Reporting to the Head of HR, Volunteering and Training, this key role will provide administrative HR support for recruitment, staff induction and the employee life cycle, as well as liaising with processing payroll and assisting with first line HR enquiries. Working closely with the Finance, V&T team as well as other staff and other Restore stakeholders, this role requires the ability to work independently and as a member of a team. Knowledge and experience within an HR function would be essential and experience of a volunteering setting desirable. We are looking for an expert administrator and coordinator who is able to balance conflicting priorities and who has excellent interpersonal and communication skills. If you have the passion to work in a leading community charity, we would love to hear from you.
We are looking for someone from an enthusiastic school leaver to postgraduates who are looking for a genuine, challenging and rewarding career path with scope for career development. You will be offered on the job training and learn about our inspiring charity form the very heart, helping you achieve and exceed your career goals. This post requires a motivated, committed and highly organised person to work alongside Restore staff, volunteers and all stakeholders.
At this stage of application, we require a Cover letter with a CV (curriculum vitae).
The covering letter should address how you meet the criteria outlined in the person specification. Please see the ‘essentials’ and ‘desirable’ criteria under the shortlisting criteria. We suggest you address each point individually clearly stating how you meet the criteria. It is a good idea to use separate headings for each point.
Please remove your name, date of birth and any contact information from your CV and supply this on a separate piece of paper and send to us, along with a cover letter telling us why you would be good for this role.
For assistance and guidelines, to best be shortlisted for the role, please click on the link below and download documents such as the Job Spec and How to Apply Doc.
Please note that we are unable to shortlist any applications that do not demonstrate how they meet the criteria outlined in the person specification responsibilities below.
Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is Sunday, 12th July 2020 at midnight.
Interviews for this post will be held on Tuesday, 21st July 2020.