HR Administrator

      The Ability Matters Group (AMG) is a market leading international healthcare products and services provider, operating primarily in areas that enhance mobility and accessibility including orthotics, prosthetics and wheelchairs. We have in excess of 60 sites across the UK and Ireland, as well as operations in France, The Netherlands and Sweden; employing approximately 700+ staff.

      We are seeking a motivated individual to join our busy and driven HR team. In this varied role, you will play a key part in supporting all generalist HR administrative tasks, with further involvement in ad hoc projects to support the HR Manager as required. You will work closely with all levels of staff and stakeholders across the business to deliver high-quality standards of service.

      We are looking for someone with excellent administration skills, who thrives in a fast-paced environment and understands the importance of confidentiality and discretion.

      Key responsibilities:

      • Provide first line HR support by responding to telephone and email queries in a timely manner whilst ensuring an exceptional level of customer service
      • Administer all aspects of the employee lifecycle e.g. on-boarding, induction, leavers, employee relations etc.
      • Update and maintain paper based and electronic employee data on HRIS system in accordance with GDPR
      • Support our in-house Recruitment Co-ordinator on recruitment related tasks
      • Support the Payroll department with inter-linking HR & payroll processes; including administration of general pay changes and other statutory payments (e.g. maternity pay, sickness etc.)
      • Co-ordinating vital DBS and Right to Work checks for new and existing employees as required
      • Support the HR manager with ad hoc projects

      Skills and experience:


      • Proven and well-developed administration skills
      • Excellent organisation and time management skills – the ability to prioritise and meet set deadlines in a fast-paced environment
      • Meticulous with excellent written and verbal communication skills
      • Ability to act discretely and handle sensitive information in confidence
      • Strong team player
      • Ability to build positive working relationships with management and key stakeholders
      • Computer literate – competent in Microsoft packages; including basic use of Outlook, Word and Excel
      • Highly motivated with the ability to work flexibly with a can-do attitude


      • Previous experience of working in a similar role
      • Working towards CIPD qualification (or equivalent)
      • Basic knowledge of key employment legislation
      • Full driving licence

      We are currently working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, however the role will be based at our Head Office in Abingdon (Oxfordshire). Given the geographically dispersed operations of the Group some travel may be required from time to time.

      To apply for the position, or for further information, please email your CV and covering letter to

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