Recruitment and HR Coordinator

Job Title: Recruitment and HR Coordinator
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary: Up to £32202.00 per annum
Start Date: asap
Reference: 72384-ADMIN-KAB_1535732817
Contact Name: Karen Brown
Contact Email:
Job Published: August 31, 2018 17:26

Job Description

My Client a major technology company are looking for an experienced HR and Recruitment Coordinator

Responsibilities include:

·Process interview requests. Liaise with staffing, hiring managers and candidates. Coordinate complex interview schedules, manage all interview queries and handle pre, during and post interview logistics.
·Manage the recruitment tracker. Update content.
·Process new hire requests. Coordinate on-boarding logistics and manage new hire queries.
·Manage new hire induction day. Coordinate first day of arrival logistics for new hires, including hosting first day HR inductions.
·Field and process HR enquiries as appropriate.
·Provide support for HR meetings and events. Handle pre, during and post meeting requirements.
·General HR admin duties. Standard duties to include, but are not limited to: minute taking, preparation of letters, fielding telephone calls, raising purchase orders, purchasing collateral, arranging catering, assisting with HR projects and booking training.
·Manage local HR content on the Intranet.

Person Specification:

·A strong administrator.
·Excellent planning and organisational skills (ability to multi-task and prioritise).
·Ability to manage complex scheduling.
·High sense of urgency and attention to detail.
·Ability to handle highly confidential matters and act with discretion.
·Able to work well under pressure, occasionally within short time constraints.
·Excellent verbal and written English skills (must be a fluent English speaker).
·Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook essential)
·Experience working in an HR administration role would be preferable.
·Experience working within a global organisation, across multiple time zones, would be desirable, but not essential.