Human Resources and Training Administrator
Application deadline: July 23rd 2019
As the home to The Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera, at the Royal Opera House we want many more people to enjoy and engage in exceptional ballet and opera. We have a diverse team of over one thousand employees - working in artistic, technical, craft, administrative and customer service roles - and are now looking for a Human Resources and Training Administrator to join our busy team.
This varied role provides proactive administrative and logistical support to our training and work experience programmes, as well as to ongoing recruitment and other HR activities. The responsibilities of the role include:
Being the first point of contact with the other HR Administrators for enquiries and providing excellent customer service by phone, face-to-face or by email.
Providing practical support to staff training (arranging dates, booking rooms, scheduling attendees, booking refreshments, issuing joining instructions, liaising with and supporting training providers, arranging technical equipment, etc.).
Supporting our year-round work experience programme, responding to applicant enquiries and administering the recruitment process.
Recruitment administration (arranging interviews, drafting offer letters and contracts, documentation checks, liaison with payroll, induction administration, etc.).
This is an excellent opportunity to develop your HR experience and you will be encouraged and supported to actively further your professional development.
We would love to hear from you if you have:
Experience of HR administration in a busy environment, including recruitment support, and an interest in developing a career in Human Resources.
Strong organisational and administrative skills.
Excellent customer service skills, with the ability to work effectively with a wide range of people within and outside the organisation.
Strong communication skills with a high standard of verbal and written English.
Experience of prioritising a busy workload, ensuring deadlines are met.
Accuracy and good attention to detail.
We actively encourage BAME and disabled applicants and value the positive impact that diversity has on our teams.
A full job description is at www.roh.org.uk. To apply, simply scroll down and click Apply Now. Please contact the Human Resources Department via firstname.lastname@example.org or on Tel: +44 (0)20 7212 9631 if you have any access requirements or queries. Applicants must have work authorization for the UK.