Reporting to: Director
of Human Resources
role has primary responsibility for all aspects of the College’s recruitment
activities and provides HR administrative support within the HR Department and the
delivery of HR services to the wider College.
- Director of Human Resources
- Deans of School and Heads of Departments
- Applicants for College Vacancies
responsibility for all stages of the recruitment process - sourcing
applicants, short-listing, scheduling interviews, participating on
interview panels, making job offers, undertaking reference checks and
- Undertake Garda
- Provide professional
HR advice to Management and Staff and respond promptly to HR queries.
- Provide information
on HR policies, procedures, benefits and ensure that information and
documentation is up to date.
- Maintain HR data
accurately and update CoreHR system in accordance with deadlines.
- Produce HR MIS e.g.
headcount, absence, turnover reports and ensure that returns are completed
- Identify ways in
which HR processes, systems and procedures can be improved to operate more
- Provide HR
administrative support within the HR Department.
- Responsible for HR
files, storage and retrieval of data.
- Experienced in all stages of the recruitment cycle and process and
proficient in LinkedIn Recruiter.
- Strong interpersonal
skills and ability to relate well with management and employees.
communication skills – oral and written – with attention to detail,
accuracy and quality.
organizational and planning skills and an ability to meet deadlines.
- Experienced in
operating CoreHR and producing HR MIS and reports.
- Expertise in word
processing, power-point presentations, excel spreadsheets, data
- Good judgement
derived from ability to analyse a situation and apply HR knowledge and
experience to produce effective outcome.
- An understanding
of when to escalate an issue to a higher level
- Ability to work under
own initiative and as part of a team.
- Tact when handling
1. Previous experience
that encompasses both recruitment and providing HR generalist service.
2. A Masters qualification
in HR or a related field or an equivalent CIPD qualification as well as
evidence of continuous professional development and learning.
Self-starter with the
ability to work independently.
4. Strong customer
orientation with a drive to provide high levels of customer service.
5. Knowledge and
proficiency in Employment Law
6. Absolute discretion and
skills, time management and PC skills.
8. Experienced in CoreHR
would be beneficial
Contract: This is a permanent position
Hours: Full time (35 hours per
Salary: Specialist Salary
Band : €36,180
- €52,260 per annum
Holidays: 24 days per annum
for this vacancy need to be submitted before Friday the 2th December
2016. Applicants are requested to email their cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
The successful applicant will be subject to
Garda Vetting and must not have any convictions under the Sex Offenders Act,
functions and responsibilities assigned to the Human Resources Consultant are
based on the current stated role and objectives of the College. These functions
and responsibilities may alter in line with any change in the role and
objectives of NCI
Equal Opportunities Policy:
National College of Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.