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HR Adviser

  • Location: Sheffield, UK
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Hours: Full Time
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Uploaded: 21/01/2019
  • Closing: 31/03/2019

Role Purpose

The purpose of the role is to provide a first class administration support service to the HR Director and to ensure that all HR policies and procedures are adhered to and administered accurately across the firm.

Key Accountabilities

  • Work with the HR Director to understand all key administration processes across Broadstone
  • Provide the monthly Payroll changes information to our outsourced payroll bureau
  • Run the monthly Auto-enrolment process to ensure compliance with current legislation
  • Produce transactional HR activities e.g. contracts and offer letters for new hires, new starter administration, probation, absence and exit administration
  • Organise and facilitate the monthly induction program
  • Assist with the bi-annual performance review process
  • Carry out leaver exit interviews
  • Assist with the annual salary review process
  • Support with ER matters including redundancy, grievance disciplinary and capability investigations and hearings
  • Support the delivery of the recruitment and selection process
  • Become an expert user of HR system, keep it up to date with starters, leavers, salary changes, job title changes and all other relevant data
  • Be the administrator for the Financial Assess system in order to administer relevant testing across the business, including TCF, Anti Money Laundering and Financial Crime for all new joiners and annually for all staff
  • Administration of the Firm’s flexible benefit scheme (lumin)
  • Provide any other ad hoc support as requested, which may include the administration of season ticket loans, wedding vouchers, baby gifts etc.
  • Ad hoc projects
  • Occasional travel to other Broadstone offices

Technical Knowledge and Professional Qualifications

Key Skills

  • Demonstrable HR administration experience
  • Ability to work under pressure and to strict deadlines
  • Excellent organisation and communication skills
  • Ability to prioritise
  • Good numeracy skills
  • Experience of working with an FCA regulated environment preferable
  • Certificate in Personnel Practice


  • Previous experience of working with a Human Resource Information System
  • Good knowledge of MS Office (especially Word and Excel)

Overarching Obligations

  • Adhere to all relevant laws & regulations, and Broadstone Policies & Procedures
  • Achieve a good standard of ethical behaviour, i.e. do the right thing at all times
  • Comply with all relevant professional standards
  • Comply with the FCA’s requirements in relation to Conduct Risk & Treating Customers Fairly

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