We are looking for an HR & Admin Executive to join our team and support the day-to-day activities with superb communication and administration skills.
In any case, the following duties and tasks are what the typical human resources administrator has to manage:
- Organizing and maintaining personnel records, entering new hire data, and updating any previous employees’ data.
- Review, revise, and update company policies.
- Prepare various HR documents, including new hire guides, employment contracts, compensation lists, and more.
- Assist recruiters, talent acquisition teams, and other HR staff with activities, such as onboarding of new recruits.
- Be the first point of contact with external partners, such as insurance vendors, to ensure legal compliance.
- Answer any employee queries about people or HR-related issues, and help to resolve them internally, if possible.
- Create regular presentations and reports on HR metrics, such as turnover rates, retention rates, and more.
- Arrange any travel accommodations and take care of expense forms by communicating between departments.
- Help the payroll department by providing them with up-to-date information on all employees, including sick leaves, leaves of absence, overtime hours, work schedules, and more.
- Take an active part in HR projects, such as job fairs, recruitment rounds, and more.
- Manage and run the HRIS software of the organization, and make sure it’s updated.
The duties listed above summarize the responsibilities of the average human resources administrator. However, organizations may include more duties that may or may not be part of an HR administrator’s basic job description.
- Certification OR Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management (HRM) or in a related field where the candidate has majored in HR.
- Proven work experience as an HR Administrator, HR Administrative Assistant or relevant role
- Familiarity with Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)
- Computer literacy (MS Office applications, in particular)
- Sound knowledge of labor laws and practices.
- Excellent organizational skills, with an ability to prioritize important projects
- Strong phone, email and in-person communication skills
- The ability to keep sensitive information confidential.
- Must be approachable and helpful.
- Strong critical thinking skills.
- Good ethical judgment.