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Date Added: Tue 18/06/2024

HRIS Administrator

Prescot, UK
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Job Type: Permanent, FullTime

Salary: £28,000 - £32,000 per annum

Title: HRIS Administrator  

Contract: Full time

Location: Liverpool

Salary: £32,000

Benefits: 33 days holiday, Medicash Scheme, Pension Scheme, Gym & Retail Discounts, X2 Life Assurance


Reporting into the HR Manager, the primary objective of the HRIS Administrator is to manage and develop the HR system. Your key role within the HR team will be to develop the HR system, role out training sessions, and serve as the initial point of contact for HR systems queries.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work with the HR Team to determine HRIS needs and solutions.
  • Provide training on HRIS usage to employees.
  • Analyse HRIS performance metrics and resolve application issues in collaboration with in-house IT and Sage support.
  • Create user accounts, manage access, and update employee information.
  • Develop and implement processes and systems for efficient HR management.
  • Partner with the IT department to optimise HRIS processes, integrate new software, and perform diagnostic tests.
  • Maintain databases, analyse data for integrity, develop reports, and run queries.
  • Securely store HR metrics including attendance and employee performance data.
  • Audit HR processes and documents, including payroll, turnover, hiring, and terminations as needed.
  • Track and implement technological advancements in HRIS.
  • Promote a positive and professional image of the HR department, adhering to company policies and standards.
  • Work as part of a larger team to develop effective practices and procedures.
  • Handle personal, sensitive, and confidential information professionally.
  • Address HR system issues, escalating as necessary, ensuring timely response to emails and calls.
  • Assist the HR Director and HR Manager with project development and implementation.
  • Provide reports on HR topics as required.
  • Input data for employee statistics and trend analysis.

Essential Skills:

The ideal candidate will have experience within in a similar role. You need to have an analytical IT mind set. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team. High level of attention to detail and accuracy. IT literate on Microsoft Office and HR system background. Ability to collaborate effectively, provide HRIS support, and experience in training staff on HRIS.

Desirable Skills:

Strong planning, organisation, and monitoring abilities. Qualification in information systems, computer science, business administration, HR management, or a related field. Strong orientation towards quality, safety, and continuous improvement. Experience in performing diagnostic tests and audits, and documenting processes in an HRIS.

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