Thank you for your interest in job opportunities with Children with Cancer UK. We are united by a common goal – to save and improve young lives.
We are dedicated to keeping administrative and staffing costs low, which means we can devote more of the funds we raise towards vital research and welfare projects.
Although we are a small team, we do have occasional employment and volunteering opportunities at our office on Great Ormond Street.
Job Title: HR Administrator
Reporting to: Senior Human Resources Manager
Hours 21 hours = 3 days per week
Contract Type: Part time
Salary: c£18,000 to £25,000 – (pro rated)
Main purpose of position
Specific tasks include handling employment contracts, maintaining HR records (including HR information system, PeopleHR), recruiting, and setting up interviews for open positions in the company.
As knowledge base and experience deepens, duties will expand to include the creation of forms, templates, and other HR-related documents. The Administrator will also explain company policies and procedures to employees. Supervised by the Senior HR manager, they may also perform payroll and timekeeping functions.
• Be the first point of contact for all HR-related queries
• Administer HR-related documentation, such as contracts of employment
• Ensure the relevant HR database is up to date, accurate and complies with legislation
• Assist in the recruitment process
• Liaise with recruitment agencies
• Set up interviews and issue relevant correspondence
For more information about this post, please refer to the Job description pdf
Applications and deadline:
To apply for this position please forward your CV, plus a covering letter outlining why you think you are right for the role to Zehra.Hussain@childrenwithcancer.org.uk before Friday 19th October 2018.
We are constantly looking for volunteers that provide valuable administrative support to our fundraising team, allowing us to concentrate on our charitable work. Could you be interested?Check our voluntary office work
For some of our sports events we rely on volunteers to help us provide our participants with the best experience possible. Would you be willing to make that happens?Discover how to volunteer in our events
From holding an event to placing collection boxes in local shops or offices... If you've got some spare time, and would like to help our charity please check all the options that we have!Find out how to help fundraising
Advice from Natasha, mum to Sebastian, who was diagnosed with cancer of the bowel at 18 months old.
We have worked London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital to support two major capital projects: the Paul O’Gorman Patient ...Read more