- Position: People Coordinator
- Salary: Circa £27,500 - dependent on experience
Working as a part of the People team, the successful candidate will be responsible for providing administrative support in all aspects of the people lifecycle for all Port colleagues, as well as providing first-line advice in matters relating to recruitment, absence management and performance. As a CIPD People Management Awards 2021 finalists, the delivery of meaningful people projects is what drives us, and the successful applicant will have the opportunity to take an active role in shaping our future.
This is a highly varied role in a dynamic, purposeful environment, which would be ideal for someone who has previous people experience (Level 3) who is keen to develop and grow in a supportive environment (CIPD Level 5 study package provided).
For further detail about the role please review the full job description linked below.
Key skills and experience
- CIPD Level 3 is an essential requirement for this role
- Can demonstrate a sound knowledge of employment law (CIPD Level 3)
- Proven customer/service/stakeholder experience
- Experience of working in a people support role including administration where attention to detail is key
- Sound communication skills – written and verbal
- Exceptional organisational skills
- Experienced in using IT systems, Word and Excel
- Ability to work at a fast pace and manage high volumes of work
- Salary: Circa £27,500 per annum dependent on experience
- Study support for CIPD Level 5
- Bonus scheme
- Exceptional defined benefit pension scheme – Employer contribution rate 18%
- 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays)
- Colleague Assistance Programme
- Monday to Friday 0800 – 1700 with a one-hour lunch break (40 hours/week) – hybrid working environment
- Free parking available onsite
Please submit a completed application form to Alison Burstow, People Manager via email@example.com
Friday 1 October 2021, with interviews taking place on 11 & 12 October 2021.
Please Note: Applicants should be aware the Port has a zero-tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol and a random programme of testing is operated throughout.