HR Officer

Job Description

An opportunity to join family-owned business established over 25 years ago.

Core responsibilities:

We are currently seeking a dedicated and efficient HR Officer to join our team and play a crucial role in supporting our Human Resources department. If you are passionate about helping others and possess excellent organisational and communication skills, we encourage you to apply.

Job Tasks:

-Assist in the recruitment process by posting job openings, reviewing applications, and scheduling interviews.

-Maintain and update employee records, ensuring accuracy and confidentiality.

-Coordinate employee onboarding and orientation procedures, ensuring necessary paperwork is completed.

-Assist in the exit process for departing employees, including conducting exit interviews and processing necessary paperwork.

-Manage employee leave requests and maintain absence records.

-Stay updated on relevant employment laws and regulations to ensure HR practices are in compliance.

-Assist in maintaining records required for legal and regulatory purposes.

-Collaborate with finance and payroll departments to ensure accurate and timely processing of employee payroll and resolution of payroll-related queries.

-Verify timekeeping records, track attendance, and address payroll-related discrepancies.

-Monitor and track employee performance reviews and appraisal schedules.

-Organize training and development programs for staff members.

-Assist in addressing employee concerns and enquiries, escalating more complex issues to management.

-Participate in the resolution of workplace conflicts and assist in maintaining a positive work environment.

-Assist in implementing HR initiatives and projects as assigned.

-Generate HR reports and compile data for various HR metrics and analyses.

-Prepare and distribute HR-related documents, such as policies, procedures, and memos.

-Provide administrative support to the management team as needed, such as scheduling meetings, managing calendars, and maintaining office supplies.

-Participate in HR meetings and contribute ideas for process improvements.

-Assist in internal communications related to HR policies, events, and updates.

Person Specification:

-Previous experience in an HR & Office Administrative role or related field is preferred.

-Strong organisational skills with exceptional attention to detail.

-Excellent verbal and written communication abilities.

-Proficiency in using HR software and MS Office applications.

-Knowledge of employment laws and regulations in the UK.

-Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and integrity.

-A proactive and problem-solving mindset.

-Collaborative team player with the ability to work independently.

-Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities in a dynamic work environment.

-Human resources: 3 years (required)

-CIPD (preferred)

The HR & Office Administrator role benefits from:

-Full time position, 45 hours per week, Monday - Friday

-28 days annual leave including bank holidays

-Pension Scheme

-Free parking

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Pay: £27,000.00-£32,000.00 per year


  • Casual dress
  • Company pension
  • Free parking
  • On-site parking
  • Sick pay


  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • No weekends

Application question(s):

  • Do you have a CIPD qualification?


  • HR Admin: 3 years (required)
  • Manufacturing or Logistics: 2 years (required)

Work authorisation:

  • United Kingdom (required)


  • Coventry