Cambridge Healthcare Research
Published
16 May 2024
Expires
15 June 2024
Location
Hybrid, London, United Kingdom
Category
Job Type
Salary
£
£27,000 - £30,000

Description

 

  • Are you interested in creating a great working experience for our people?
  • Are you looking to either start or further a career in HR?

At Cambridge Healthcare Research [CHR], we partner with the world’s largest biopharmaceutical companies, supporting their commercial and strategic decision-making. We employ rigorous primary and secondary research to ensure we provide our clients robust market analysis and actionable recommendations. We strive for excellence in everything we do, through accountability, passion, and dependability. The company has grown significantly in the last several years and now operates with 150 people across two sites [London and Cambridge]. As we move from startup to scale-up, we are now implementing an exciting people strategy that aims to build on our success through attracting, recruiting, developing, rewarding and retaining the best talent, all within an inclusive environment that enables our team to have an impact beyond work. We are now looking for a People Administrator to join our People Team and be part of our ambition to empower our people to reach their potential and deliver the excellence our clients deserve. The Opportunity You will be the first point of contact for our people and managers across the company, playing a pivotal role in representing the team and all we do. You will be responsible for delivering a high-quality, personable and professional generalist HR service to internal and external customers, promoting the People Team as a proactive strategic partner to the business focused on delivering a human centred people experience that maximises the capability and achievements of our people. You will have exposure to a wide variety of people activities within a fast-paced and evolving environment. You will make a difference by not just following existing systems and processes but also creating and improving ways of working that enable sustainable growth, thus developing and growing yourself as a people professional and advisor. The opportunity is available on a part-time basis, subject to a minimum of 25 hours per week over 4-5 days. What You Will Bring To CHR  

  • A strong administrative background and excellent organisational skills, with a passion for starting or furthering a career in people and culture.
  • An understanding or appreciation of people-related processes.
  • Excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills to work effectively within a small team and develop relationships with staff and managers at all levels.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail with the ability to prioritise a busy workload.
  • Tact and discretion with the ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Commercial astuteness to ensure the People Team’s contribution is an enabler of business performance.
  • A keen interest in building analytical and reporting skills that enable data-led insights to inform decision-making.
  • Previous experience within an HR/recruitment environment is desirable.

  What You Will be Doing Recruitment and onboarding You will be the main point of contact for appointed candidates, drafting offers and contracts of employment, conducting pre-employment checks and organising and conducting inductions. You will also support with recruitment administration as required, communicating with candidates, organising and hosting assessment centres, and organising external events to promote CHR’s employer brand.   HR information and records management You will maintain all systems containing employee information, including external portals for payroll and benefits, as well as manage the team mailbox, acting as the first point of contact for answering queries.   Performance management You will manage the probation review process, liaising with line managers and advising as appropriate to ensure new starters’ probationary periods are effectively managed. You will also support the team with coordinating CHR’s performance and development review and resulting promotion and pay award processes.   Learning and development You will support the team and relevant managers across the company, as required, with organising training activities.   Leavers You will conduct the offboarding processes for leavers, including conducting exit interviews to ensure CHR identifies and implements changes to improve retention.   Other duties You will also have opportunities to collaborate with colleagues across the company on corporate initiatives, events, ad-hoc projects and developing and implementing new people practices.   Who We Are  At CHR, we pride ourselves on a culture that nurtures the talented and the curious, helping the inquisitive and the ambitious to develop skills which enable them to grow as people, within a dynamic team environment.  Our core values enable us to embed considered and curious teams at the heart of any client challenge:   Holistic perspective: Whether it’s looking at a situation with fresh eyes, listening to unheard voices, or leaving no stone unturned, we pride ourselves on bringing a critical and well-rounded perspective that helps colleagues and clients alike reach the next level.   Passionate about progress: We’re passionate about making progress in healthcare. We invest our enthusiasm in everything from exploration to outcome so that we can use our spark to ignite others and amplify our own impact.   Applied curiosity: As serial learners, there’s nothing we enjoy more than to ask questions and uncover opportunities. Seeing every challenge as a chance to improve our understanding, we’re happiest when applying our curiosity.   Collegiate camaraderie: We pride ourselves on our ability to make strong connections. Whether we’re inspiring each other internally, or becoming an extension of our client’s expertise, we know that collaboration is the key to success.   CHR for Society: We believe that a great business is not just about revenues and profits. It’s also about using our expertise and resources to have a positive impact on society and the environment. At CHR we are fully committed to driving positive change in the world – we want our employees to not only build fantastic careers, but also to know they have the ability to positively impact society along the way.   Compensation & Benefits CHR's head office is in Shoreditch, London and provides the opportunity to work within our hybrid working model. Due to the customer-facing nature of this role, we anticipate 2-3 days per week on-site in our London office. We offer a flexible and supportive atmosphere as well as a competitive salary and benefits package that includes:  

  • Base salary £27-30k [full-time equivalent], depending on prior experience
  • Annual bonus
  • Private Healthcare and Life Assurance
  • Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Personal fitness allowance
  • A collaborative and stimulating leadership environment
  • An opportunity to make and influence decisions that will drive CHR forward

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion   We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and make all employment decisions without regard to age, national origin, race, ethnicity, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Hiring Process   For more info on a career with us, please visit our website; https://camhcr.com/careers/ or reach out to our Talent Acquisition Manager directly at; amanda.dowie@camhcr.com   If you think we are the right company for you, then please apply today, we would love to hear from you!    

Skills Required

What You Will Bring To CHR  

  • A strong administrative background and excellent organisational skills, with a passion for starting or furthering a career in people and culture.
  • An understanding or appreciation of people-related processes.
  • Excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills to work effectively within a small team and develop relationships with staff and managers at all levels.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail with the ability to prioritise a busy workload.
  • Tact and discretion with the ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Commercial astuteness to ensure the People Team’s contribution is an enabler of business performance.
  • A keen interest in building analytical and reporting skills that enable data-led insights to inform decision-making.
  • Previous experience within an HR/recruitment environment is desirable.

 

About Us

At Cambridge Healthcare Research [CHR], we partner with the world’s largest biopharmaceutical companies, supporting their commercial and strategic decision-making. We employ rigorous primary and secondary research to ensure we provide our clients robust market analysis and actionable recommendations. We strive for excellence in everything we do, through accountability, passion, and dependability.

The company has grown significantly in the last several years and now operates with 150 people across two sites [London and Cambridge]. As we move from startup to scale-up, we are now implementing an exciting people strategy that aims to build on our success through attracting, recruiting, developing, rewarding and retaining the best talent, all within an inclusive environment that enables our team to have an impact beyond work. We are now looking for a People Administrator to join our People Team and be part of our ambition to empower our people to reach their potential and deliver the excellence our clients deserve.