HR Systems Administrator (2 year ftc)

6 days left

Up to £22,000
03 Oct 2016
31 Oct 2016
Job Title
Human Resources
Contract Type
Full Time

My client is a leading international law firm who is looking to recruit a HR Systems Administrator on a two-year contract for their London offices.

The HR Systems Administrator will assist with the rolling out of a new HR System across the firm, with specific responsibilities for the UK HR team.

Key Duties include:

  • Delivering training to the HR team and act as a first point of contact on queries.
  • Amending user guides and create new where required.
  • Making changes to the Global HR system under guidance from the senior team.
  • Running regular checks to ensure the accuracy and integrity of data.
  • Running simple reports when requested on an ad-hoc basis and identify when any of these requests become standard and should result in a templated report.
  • Performing system testing of fix releases and upgrades under the guidance of the senior team as the system continues to be rolled out.
  • Collecting collating and summarising information or data as requested, ensuring completeness and accuracy, and provide it to others for decision making.

The HR Systems Administrator will be a switched on graduate who can demonstrate a great attention to detail as well as a logical approach to problem solving. Having an excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, is a must. Being educated to A level in Maths would be highly desirable.


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