HR Generalist & Payroll Support

  • Basis:  Full-Time
  • Closing Date:  12 Mar, 2019
  • Job Ref:  KMP-41658

Job Description

This position is responsible for performing HR & Payroll related duties on a professional level and works closely with HR management in supporting the organisational strategy both at a function level and site wide.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities. 

  • Recruitment, track all applications, shortlist according to requirements and discuss with the recruiting manager for further action.
  • Plan, follow up on and assist in delivering Induction training and any other internal training that might be deemed necessary.
  • Assist HR Business Partners in following up on all new recruits ensuring they are receiving the right on-boarding during the first 3 months of employment.
  • Support Managers and Supervisors with day to day HR related quires.
  • Assist and at times lead the implementation of talent management programs (e.g., talent reviews, tracking of development plans and grade promotions based on satisfactory performance).
  • Assist HR Business Partners with the conduction of Exit Interviews, and ensuring that the off boarding of employees is carried out according to processes and procedures.
  • Lead and Support employee recognition and engagement initiatives.
  • Provide support to employees on general HR queries.
  • Proactively communicate HR policies, programs and employee information, whilst identifying areas of development in such.
  • Support the Payroll function with the day to day collation of data, and act as a robust backup to the function.

Education and Experience

  • 1-2 years of previous experience of working in an HR role.
  • Good payroll knowledge.
  • Minimum Level 4 qualification, or equivalent experience.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Comfortable using MS Office applications.
  • Knowledge of Shireburn payroll application will be considered a plus.
  • Must show a willingness to perform a wide variety of tasks and to learn.

1 year definite contract