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• Good verbal and written communication skills.
• Diplomacy and Tact.
• Ability to use your own initiative and work under pressure.
• Resilience and adaptability.

• HR relevant qualification – Undergraduate Degree or CIPD Level 3, 5 or 7.
• Administration experience.
• Experience within a HR department is desirable.

• Undertake general administration duties (filing, faxing, photocopying, typing, answering telephone calls, taking messages etc.).
• Provide secretarial support for Human Resources Advisor, HR Manager and HR Director.
• Responsible for the administration of all recruitment and selection procedures, ensuring that Airport policies and procedures are adhered to.  This includes pre-employment clearances such as reference requests, medical checks and criminal record checks.
• Coordinate the HR Recruitment Line and HR Enquiries e-mail on a daily basis.
• Utilise, maintain and ensure the HR database is up to date and provides accurate management information.
• Develop and maintain effective working relationships with managers and staff.  Provide high quality advice and assistance to departmental managers in the areas of recruitment and selection, discipline, grievance and absence.
• Arrange meetings and organise agendas/relevant paperwork and attend meetings as and when required, taking minutes and distributing them to relevant parties.
• Liaise with Payroll to ensure all payroll queries are dealt with in an effective and efficient manner.
• Carry out other areas of administration that is required such as retirements, completion of probationary periods, employee variations and resignations.
• Attend formal and informal meetings including disciplinary’s, grievances and interviews, ensuring they are conducted in a fair, consistent and professional manner.
• Monitor levels of absence by utilising the HR database.  Identify and inform managers of sickness levels within their departments and arrange formal meetings in line with the Company Absence Policy. 

• General knowledge and understanding of business operations is essential.

Every day is different within a HR Department so it is essential that you are able to adapt to varying situations and urgent business needs. However some of the day to day tasks may include;
• Office Administration.
• Monitoring and responding to the HR recruitment email inbox and telephone line.
• Providing advice and assistance to departmental managers.
• Maintenance of the HR database.