Human Resources Assistant
Duration – Permanent, full time 37 hours
£23,000 per annum plus excellent benefits
Based in Nottingham City Centre with Hybrid Working available
At the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) we are an inclusive team who are passionate about protecting vulnerable and exploited workers. We are keen to effectively represent the communities that we serve and as such are looking to encourage applications from a diverse range of backgrounds. Equality, diversity and inclusion is at the heart of our organisation, as are our values of integrity, respect, commitment, professionalism and teamwork.
We are looking for individuals who are excited by the opportunity to improve the lives of others, who live our values, and who enjoy working as part of a passionate and committed team.
The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) is one of the principal investigative law enforcement bodies for labour exploitation in the UK. We licence labour providers in certain employment sectors and enforce the provisions of the Gangmasters (Licensing) Act 2004. We also have powers to ensure vulnerable workers are more effectively protected from being abused for their labour, such as police-style powers of arrest, and increased powers to search for and seize evidence. The GLAA is able to investigate labour exploitation offences under National Minimum Wage, Employment Agencies as well as Modern Slavery Act.
What we do really matters. Are you interested in joining us?
We are currently recruiting for position the of HR Assistant to join our People and Change team.
The focus of this role will be to provide a proactive and value-added HR support service internally to the People and Change team, line managers and all staff within the GLAA; and to provide an efficient and professional service to external stakeholders, including potential recruits.
Reporting to the Senior HR Officer the role is the first point of contact for all HR related queries and is responsible for providing support via email, telephone and in person where necessary. The role provides support throughout the entire employee lifecycle, from recruitment, onboarding, probation, training and development and leaver processes. The role offers varied tasks and autonomy in a small, friendly team.
We offer a generous total package to our employees which includes the following:
- 32.5 days annual leave in addition to 8 public holidays
- Flexible public holiday scheme
- Choice of pension schemes, including access to the extremely generous Civil Service Pension, which also provides a death in service lump sum payment and a survivor’s pension payment
- Annual performance related bonus scheme
- Access to employee discounts
- Access to a wellbeing portal
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Access to mental health first aiders within the organisation
- Flexibility for working hours through the Flexitime scheme
- Hybrid working available
- Enhanced maternity and paternity benefits
- Commitment to employee development
The successful candidate will require proof of right to work in the UK.
Feedback will only be provided if you attend an interview or undertake an assessment as part of the recruitment process.
CVs are not accepted. Alternative formats of the application form are available if required. Please email email@example.com. No agencies at this stage please.
Closing date: Monday 15 August 2022 at 9:00am
Please note, this may be closed earlier depending on the number of applications received.