We are urgently seeking a motivated and multi-task orientated HR Coordinator for our global client based in Dubai. The role will report directly into the HR Manager and support the wider team with all administrative tasks and employee queries.
It is vital that you have a strong work ethic and be a team orientated individual as this is an extremely busy and heavily administrative role.
Therefore candidates are required to be able to prioritise their own workload with ever changing deadlines.
This global finance and insurance provider is well renowned in the industry and is one of the top leading brands. They have offices across the globe and several offices located in the UAE and the team supports all HR functions across the MENA region.
This is a particular busy period for the organisation as they have recently completed a group wide transition and change process and are now pushing forward with new global priorities.
Duties within the HR Coordinator role will include administration of payroll and compensation and benefit packages and composing and issuing standard letters, such as salary certificates and employee requests.
You will also be involved in Emitirisation programmes and the recruitment of such individuals and maintaining strong relationships with potential candidates.
You will be the first point of contact for HR enquiries and questions and therefore, you must be able to manage these effectively and within the appropriate timescales given.
You will also assist with the administration of the off boarding process for all company leavers and associated cancelling of documentation.
There will also be overall responsibility for the maintenance of departmental records, including highly confidential information and HR monthly reports.
This is a fantastic environment where a strong work ethic and a can do attitude are required to assist this very busy team.
To be successful in this role you should possess at least 2 years’ experience in a similar HR support function and be fully flexible to work across several disciplines.
Those with HR qualifications are especially highly desirable, alongside strong knowledge of current UAE and regional labour laws.