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Our unique, informal culture champions courage, determination and collaboration. Knowing we have an open and supportive team means each of us has the freedom to take responsibility and ownership. We have a shared passion to work hard, innovate and push boundaries.

United by the belief that when we strive for growth, anything is possible. While we might not be the largest company in our industry, we believe we can have the biggest impact because: Together We Have the Power to Win.

The role

Are you a post-graduate, HR administrator, or someone looking to move into HR for the first time? Do you have a level 3 CIPD qualification or above, or a HR degree?

If the answer is yes - then look no further as Church & Dwight UK Ltd have an exciting opportunity for you to take the next step in your career as a HR Coordinator. This will be a fixed term contract for 2 years in our team in Folkestone, Kent based on site 5 days per week.

The HR Coordinator will work closely with the UK HR team to deliver a first class HR service to the UK business. This will include the full employee journey from recruitment and induction to employee relations and learning & development. The HR Coordinator will also have the opportunity to work on various HR projects during the contract.

Key responsibilities 

  • Provide HR service to UK business: collaborate with the UK HR team to deliver a high quality HR service to the UK business, covering the full employee journey.
  • Co-ordinate training courses: support the HR team in identifying training needs and co-ordinating training courses, including booking resources, preparing materials, sending invites and collating feedback.
  • Support recruitment and induction: support the HR team in the recruitment of roles across the UK business, up to and including responsibility for the full recruitment and induction process.
  • Implement on-boarding program: lead the implementation of the UK connections on-boarding program and ensure personal files are accurate and maintained.
  • Conduct exit interviews: conduct exit interviews as required and provide feedback to the HR team.
  • Support employee welfare and relations: support the HR team in the administration of the Occupational Health process, the welfare support program, the health surveillance and the employee wellbeing programmes.
  • Advise on policies and procedures: The HR Coordinator will develop a sound understanding of UK employment law and Church & Dwight policies and advise line managers and employees on their application. Exposure to various ER cases throughout the contract.
  • Organise social events and awards take ownership of organising the social events for Interns across Church & Dwight UK Ltd and administer the Long Service awards, Recognition, Retirement and Employee Awards.

About you

The ideal candidate will be minimum CIPD Level 3 qualified or a recent graduate with a HR degree. In addition, they will:

  • Be passionate about a career in HR
  • Be digitally savvy – very confident with Microsoft Programs and able to learn a HR Information System
  • Be a team player, able to build credible relationships with stakeholders at all levels within the organisation
  • Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Be agile – able to make decisions quickly in a fast paced environment

In return we offer a competitive package, including 24 days annual leave (with the opportunity to purchase up to an additional 3 days), a pension matched up to 9%, discretionary annual bonus, life assurance cover and membership of a health cash plan.

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