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Recruitment and Training Administrator


Reference: 4515533

(Fixed Term Parental Leave Cover)

For over 45 years Pan Pac has been growing, processing and delivering quality radiata products to national and international markets. With a permanent workforce of over 400 staff, we recognise our people are our most valuable asset and in doing so, we aim to develop and retain highly skilled staff.

We're looking for a Recruitment and Training Administrator to join our team and cover a maternity leave position until April 2020.

You'll support the Recruitment & Training Manager in providing an effective recruitment and training service to the organisation by covering a range of administrative duties in these areas.

The ideal candidate will take ownership of our training and learning management system. This will include supporting management and coordination of training activities and employee inductions. Someone with experience in training and learning would be an asset to the team.

In addition, this role supports Pan Pac's recruitment activities using best practice strategies. You'll assist with the recruitment process including posting of advertising, processing applications, administration of psychometric testing and ensuring that all relevant information is gathered for the employee records.

This is a unique position within Pan Pac and as such, a brilliant opportunity for someone to gain additional skills and valuable experience.

To be successful in obtaining this position you'll need the following:

  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in an HR administration role
  • Knowledge of learning & training management systems an advantage
  • Knowledge of recruitment application tracking systems

This is a full time position working Monday to Friday within the wider People and Culture team.

If you think you've got what it takes to join our team then apply now.

Applications Close: 27 Jan 2019