An opportunity has arisen within the Human Resources team at the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) for an HR Coordinator. This permanent position will be based in Canary Wharf, London.
Reporting to the HR Manager, your role will be to assist with the delivery of a robust HR function. This would be achieved by providing employee support whilst maintaining legal compliance and operating within industry best practices.
Your key responsibilities will include assisting with the recruitment and selection process for all permanent and seconded staff. You will be the primary contact for seconded staff, including supporting secondees and their families throughout their relocation. You will also have the opportunity to develop wellbeing campaigns and other initiatives as required.
The successful candidate will have experience in working in a busy generalist HR role, up to date knowledge of UK employment law and demonstrable experience in recruitment and selection processes.
You will be able to demonstrate excellent inter-personal skills with a proven ability to communicate with peers at all levels and work effectively with people from different cultures and backgrounds. You will be conscientious with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail, have a proactive and flexible approach and the ability to self-manage, organise and prioritise tasks whilst working under pressure.
• Educated up to GCSE Level or equivalent
• Excellent command of the English language, both verbally and written.
• CIPD qualified.
Salary Range: £24,178 - £30,540 per annum
Full details of this exciting opportunity is in this Job Profile
The closing date for completed applications is Tuesday 12 November 2019 and interviews will be held the week commencing 25 November 2019.
If you have any questions about the role, please contact email@example.com
Please note that due to expected high volumes of applications only candidates shortlisted for interview will be contacted.
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