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  • Job reference number:15320204
  • Client ID:RI/J4508
  • Posted on:06-FEB-2018
  • Salary:Unspecified
  • Location:Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, DUBLIN
  • Job type:PERMANENT


JOB TITLE: HR Administrator

REF. NO: J4508

LOCATION: Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

POSITION: Permanent / Full-time

We have an excellent opportunity for a HR Administrator to develop their career. As HR Administrator you will become a key member of the HR team and will assist in providing support to 400 professionals.

Qualifications and key requirements

  • A HR qualification (CIPD accredited or equivalent), with a definite interest in pursuing a career in HR
  • A minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in an HR admin role
  • Highly proficient in MS Office (particularly Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Good knowledge of employment legislation and best practice
  • Previous experience of using an HR system
  • Knowledge of MS Access
  • A good understanding of database management and operation
  • A track record in professional discretion when dealing with confidential information
  • Experience in payroll and / or an IPASS qualification would be advantageous
Duties and responsibilities

  • Support the HR function and resolve / respond to employee queries
  • End-to-end recruitment administration from advertisements, screening of applications, scheduling interviews through to drafting of employment contracts
  • Collate monthly payroll and liaise with payroll provider
  • Produce monthly annual leave and headcount reports; produce ad-hoc reports as required
  • Maintain and update HR systems including electronic personnel file management
  • Produce general employee correspondence (T&C changes, etc.)
  • Monitor fixed term contract expiry dates, probation dates and action as required
  • Coordinate starter / leaver process including orientation for new hires
  • Administer Tax Saver and Bike To Work schemes
  • Provide ad hoc support to the wider HR team as requested
Required Abilities

  • Excellent prioritisation, co-ordination & organisational skills
  • Capable of using initiative and working under minimal supervision
  • The ability to work within a team and build effective relationships
  • A willingness to interact with employees to resolve HR issues
  • Flexible and adaptable with an ability to maintain focus
  • A willingness to learn and apply learning
  • Excellent communicator
  • Fluency in spoken and written English
  • Highly numerate
  • Strong attention to detail with high levels of accuracy when performing tasks
  • Fully accountable and takes ownership of data management
  • The ability to work within deadlines
You will be offered a dynamic and stimulating career with a great team environment. In addition, we deliver a comprehensive training and development programme for all professional levels.

At RPS, we are a recognised leader in multidisciplinary engineering, environmental, project communications and project management consultancy. Internationally, we have over 5,000 people developing pioneering, revolutionary ideas on strategic, sustainable policies and projects. In Ireland, we employ 400 of the most talented, high-performing professionals in the industry.

RPS do not require assistance from Agencies at this time

Closing Date: 17th February 2018

Note: As with all positions, due to the dynamic nature of RPS’s business, key responsibilities will evolve and change over time.

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