Overview

  • £9,500.00 - £12,000.00

Your tasks: PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: - To assist HR Lead and HR Officer daily with administration on all HR related activities, which could include recruitment & selection, discipline & grievance and training & development. - Raising payments such as purchase orders, cheque requests and visa procurements when necessary.

Desired skills

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
- It is essential that candidates possess drive and enthusiasm and are tenacious and determined to succeed in a demanding environment. Additionally, candidates should be able to keep calm, constructive and disciplined when under pressure.
- Candidates must be a good team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- It is essential that candidates are numerate and literate.
- Must possess good written and verbal communications skills.
- Be able to use your own initiative.
- It is essential that candidates are computer literate.

Personal qualities

o Accountability
o Effective Communication – written and verbal
o Diplomacy
- Discretion
- Organisational Skills
- Self-Motivated
- Interpersonal Skills

Desired qualifications

Minimum of GCSE Grade 4-9 / A-C or Functional Skills Level 2 English and Maths qualifications
A Level Qualification preferable

Future prospects

Full time employment with prospects to progress to your L5 HR Business Partner.

Things to consider

This is an apprenticeship, so you will be required to carry out your apprenticeship work on a weekly basis

97.6% of our apprentices progressed to employment or further study*.

(*Destination data, based on apprentices completing in academic year 2016/17).

Why choose Sunderland College?

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(*On-programme Survey 2018, apprentices)

97% of our apprentices agree that their course is helping their skills to get better.*

(*On-programme Survey 2018, apprentices)

96% of our apprentices agree that they are happy with their course.*

(*On-programme Survey 2018, apprentices)

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