HR Administrator Level 3 Apprenticeship at Brothers of Charity
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HR Administrator Level 3 Apprenticeship
Duties will include:
- Assist with all HR administrative tasks including employee onboarding
- Assist in the creation, maintenance and continual improvement of office systems and databases, both hard copy and electronic
- Assist with the timely and accurate entry and monitoring of information for the HR Team
- Support with filing and photocopying etc.
- Assist in the ordering of stationery and other equipment as required
- Provide cover for reception when necessary
- Assist in the facilitation of meetings and take minutes when required
- Prepare and send out recruitment packs as and when required
- Support the development of management information and metrics used by the HR Team Department
Training to be provided
Level 3 Business Administrator apprenticeship standard, which includes:
- Level 2 Functional Skills in maths and English (if required)
- End-Point Assessment (EPA)
- Work-based learning
- Good level of English and maths
- Excellent ICT skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Excellent organisational skills
- Good basic knowledge of Microsoft Office packages, particularly Word and Excel
- Ability to work in a confidential and professional manner
- Willingness & ability to work towards higher level qualifications
GCSEs at grades C/4 or above (or equivalent) in maths and English.
Upon completion of the apprenticeship you could progress into full-time employment.
About Brothers of Charity
From its regional head office, the beautiful Lisieux Hall site in Whittle-le-Woods, Chorley, the Brothers of Charity Services in Lancashire supports over 250 people across Chorley, Leyland, Preston and the Lancashire region to live independently in their own homes.
The services that we offer include supported living; residential, nursing and respite care; supporting people with complex health and social needs; dementia care and transitional services, enabling choice, control and increased independence.
The Brothers of Charity Services in Lancashire’s most important work is being undertaken in partnership with the people that use the service. We are fully committed to supporting people to make choices and exert control over their own lives. The service is now able to offer greater diversity in the range of opportunities available to people, which in turn can only enhance their life chances, regardless of their religious beliefs, gender, sexual orientation or race.
With the person at the heart of all we do, we provide a wide range of enabling support services to people with learning disabilities, and others at risk of being marginalised, which promotes their dignity, individuality, inclusion and the fulfilment of their potential.
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