HR Admin (Public Sector) (Immediate Start)

Job Description

HR Admin
Looking for your next career move in public sector HR? This is a great opportunity to gain more experience in a public sector setting with an experienced HR team.

What's in it for you?

  • Competitive salary up to £24,400
  • 37 days holiday allowance
  • Contract opportunity

About your next employer
A leading public sector organisation based in Lisburn.

The HR Administrator plays a key role in the day to day delivery of HR administrative support focusing on Employee Relations activities carried out across the Office.

About you

  • GCE 'A' level passes A*-C in 2 separate subjects and 5 GCSEs at grade A*-C including English Language and Maths. Applications will be considered from applicants with formal qualifications of an equivalent or higher standard to those stated.


  • At least 2 years' experience in providing administrative support for a range of HR services to include:

  • Using effective oral and written skills to communicate effectively with a diverse range of people at all levels, including team members, members of the public, customers and managers.

  • Organising workload and giving attention to detail to produce accurate, high quality work to deadlines.

  • Effectively using Microsoft Office to prepare documents and respond to correspondence.


  • At least 4 years' experience in a Human Resources administrative role to include (a - c).

What you'll do

  • Provide high quality customer service to a diverse range of customers, both internal and external.
  • Manage own work to ensure the delivery of objectives.
  • Provide accurate information in a professional and helpful manner by referring to organisational policies and procedures.
  • Provide high quality and timely administrative support where required, for example filing and photocopying, diary management etc.
  • Input data and maintaining a range of databases, spreadsheets and electronic filing systems to aid the storage and retrieval of electronic documents.
  • Record and distribute correspondence, emails, incoming mail / post, monitoring and managing electronic mailboxes and dealing with routine correspondence accurately and promptly and forwarding to relevant staff as appropriate.
  • Record information to support the production of minutes and draft minutes e.g. timings of each agenda item and attendance of witnesses.

For further information on this job, or any other HR job in Belfast or Northern Ireland, apply via the link below or contact Emma Hall for a confidential chat today.