Casual People Development Assistant

Closed 18/01/2019

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Casual People Development Assistant


The Role

Flexible working opportunity – approximately 14-21 hours per week.

This role is to work within a busy and professional HR team at the UK’s Number One Students Union.  This is a general admin position with a focus on the following areas -

  • Data Input
  • Dealing with queries via email, phone and in person
  • Generating letters using Microsoft Word
  • Maintaining spreadsheets and databases

Admin experience is a pre-requisite for this role. Previous experience of working within a HR office is desirable. All training will be provided.

We are seeking a candidate who can start immediately. It is anticipated that the role would be required until April 2019.


Working at the Student Union

Here at the Sheffield Students’ Union we employ excellent staff.  Our staff follow behaviours which have been developed in line with our organisational strategy for staff to aspire to.

Some of the key behaviours we look for in our workforce are:

  • Delivers service excellence
  • Communicates effectively and works as a collaborative team
  • Builds strong working relationships
  • Demonstrates social responsibility, recognises ethical and environmental working and complies with legal requirements
  • Creates and maintains a ‘can do’ culture
  • Demonstrates financial awareness and optimises the use of resources
  • Demonstrates creativity and innovation
  • Demonstrates effective decision-making and problem-solving               

We welcome applications from those who feel they possess these key behaviours

Your Benefits

Salary: £8.77 per hour

Hours: 14-21 hours per week (can be worked flexibly)

Closing date: Friday 18th January at 11.45pm (this job may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found)

Interviews: Monday 21st January

Start Date: Immediately

 

Sheffield Students' Union welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, pregnancy and maternity, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.