People Policies
Job Description
Human Resources & Training Assistant
HR & Corporate Services
Reports to:
Human Resources & Training Manager
Responsible for:
No other staff
Job Purpose
To assist with ensuring high levels of administrative and clerical service and support are
provided to the Human Resources & Corporate Services Team
To assist with all aspects of human resources and organisational development
Main Objectives of Post
To support the development and implementation of efficient systems of administration,
data recording and office management in order to provide a high quality working
environment and service to members.
Principal Duties
Provide administrative and clerical support to the Human Resources and Corporate
Services Team
Deal with day to day colleague enquiries both in person and by telephone
Provide support in the organisation of meetings and events
Carry out data recording, processing and records management including maintaining
human resources and personnel records
Assist with production and distribution of departmental mailings, newsletters, committee
papers and reports
Assist with maintaining financial records and administration duties particularly in relation to
recruitment, performance appraisal, learning & development, expenses pay and benefits
Ensure that staff welfare systems are effectively promoted and used by employees
Support and assist with the procurement and organisation of external training courses
Revised August 2014
People Policies
Job Description
To comply with and promote the Association’s Vision and Values, Code of Conduct and
professional standards by behaving in a professional manner at all times.
To ensure all statutory and Group regulations are followed, including Health & Safety, in
order to protect customers, employees and the business interests of the Group
No job description can cover every issue which may arise within the post at various times
and the postholder is expected to carry out other duties from time to time which are
broadly consistent with those described.
Revised August 2014