Coffey has a 40-year history in successfully delivering international development projects on behalf of donors and international organisations around the world, including the UK’s Department for International Development, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, USAID, Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the EU and the United Nations.
Our people work side by side with local partners to support stability and security, good governance and economic growth, positively changing people’s lives. Coffey is also a trusted monitoring, evaluation, research and learning (MERL) provider to DFID. We specialise in successfully delivering complex adaptive programmes in fragile and conflict affected states including in Nigeria, Kenya, Malawi, South Sudan, Somalia, Somaliland, Pakistan, Afghanistan and North Africa.
We are a company which is going from strength to strength. Our success is down to the talent we attract, the values we share, the issues we care for and our collective commitment to work together as a team to deliver development outcomes that reduce poverty and inequality.
Coffey is part of Tetra Tech, a leading provider of consulting services in the global international development sector with more than 17,000 associates worldwide. Being part of the Tetra Tech family provides access to thematic expertise across a range of sister companies, and a network of talent that few other companies can tap into. Being part of this growing ecosystem drives professional development and offers unique opportunities to learn from governance, economic development and MEL experts with decades of experience acquired from working to solve some of the most complex development problems in the most challenging contexts.
For this role Coffey is offering £22,000.00 - £25,000.00 per annum. Other employee benefits provided include: pension, private health insurance, life assurance and 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays.
About the role
The UK Human Resource department is small, fast-paced team and our workload is very diverse. Due to a recent acquisition we require a full-time experienced administrator with a keen eye for detail. The role will be reporting to the London based HR Manager.
Roles & Responsibilities:
• Process HR transactions including new hires, rehires, transfers, leaves of absence, terminations, personal data changes, and other system transactions
• Ensure the confidentiality, accuracy, security and timely maintenance of HR data
• Maintain employee files and ensure other new hire paperwork is completed as necessary
• Facilitate the on-boarding process for new employees
• Maintain positive working relationships with all teams as necessary, including the cross-functional ones such as Finance, Risk and Compliance, IT etc.
• Ensure organisational charts are accurately maintained
• Support special HR projects as needed
• Perform any other duties as may be assigned from time to time.
Experience and Qualifications:
• Must have a degree or equivalent education and experience level
• Experience working with an HRIS preferably Oracle based
• Demonstrate organisation, communication, and accuracy in all work assigned
• Detail-oriented and deadline driven
• Ability to handle sensitive and highly confidential information
• Enjoys helping others while maintaining a customer service approach and positive attitude
• Strong communication skills, both via email and phone
• Ability to think quickly and problem solve resourcefully
• Ability to learn new systems and processes quickly
• Proficient in MS Office particularly Word and Excel
How to apply
To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter, clearly outlining your relevant experience and suitability for the role.. The closing date for applications is 30th August 2019.
Please note: You must be eligible to work in the United Kingdom to apply for this position. Employer visa sponsorship will not be offered for this position.