People & Culture Administrator
Chapman Tripp
Auckland, NZ
1d ago

About the role

We are looking for an admin superstar to join our People & Culture (P&C) team, based in our Auckland office. Our P&C team have some exciting projects on the horizon, and you will be in the thick of the action!

The role will ideally suit an HR graduate who is looking to kick start their HR career or an experienced administrator. You will provide efficient administrative support to the P&C Director and our national P&C team, with an emphasis on specific Human Resources, Learning & Development (L&D) and Health, Safety & Wellness processes.

Key duties include administering our new HRIS system, P&C and Health, Safety & Wellness processes, as well being the first port of call for any process related queries.

You will also support and coordinate our L&D administrative processes, including event management for L&D training sessions, loading attendance registers and overseeing CPD requirements.

This is a key support role in a busy and dynamic corporate environment. You will join a friendly and supportive National P&C team who strive to provide exceptional support and value to our internal clients.

Working for Chapman Tripp

Our firm is full of people who enjoy a challenge, team work and are prepared to have a lot of fun along the way. You’ll join a group of talented, high-performing people who believe in having a life outside of work.

Whether you’re a marathon runner, dancer, film enthusiast, history buff or underground chef, we encourage our people to get out of the office when they don’t need to be here and lead a balanced life.

We are committed to providing a workplace environment where all our people can thrive and enjoy coming to work each day.

We have recently moved into the stunning Commercial Bay / PWC Tower offices, we think you will enjoy the modern fit-out and the gorgeous views over the harbour!

As part of our commitment to diversity & belonging, we are committed to creating a culture of belonging which focuses on equal opportunity, merit and providing tools to be our best.

We cultivate a flexible and supportive workplace environment that meets the needs of our people and our Firm and welcome applications for this position from candidates seeking flexible working arrangements.

Skills and experience

  • Ideally a qualification in Human Resources
  • Excellent client service skills and strong computer skills
  • Ability to pick up and navigate new systems and processes easily
  • Strong planning and organisation skills are a must, as is excellent attention to detail
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