Administration Compliance Officer
Holidays days holiday + bank holidays,Stakeholder Pension,Share Save, Opposite Potters Bar Mainline Station and bus routes, Car Parks within 5 minutes’ walk,Based at our Head Office, Annual Recognition Care Awards.
We are a national provider of support for people with complex and challenging behaviours associated with Autism, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health illness and neurological conditions. With over 250 services, we support people to live as independently as possible within their own homes and in residential care.
We have an exciting opportunity to work in our in-house recruitment team; this role is working at least 2 days at home per week and 3 days in Head Office, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.
The Recruitment Administration & Compliance Officer will be responsible for managing the compliance of agency staff in line with our extensive preferred suppliers list. To be the designated point of contact for services who require agency staff profiles and ensure that our in-house system is accurate and up to date with current legislation. We will be working on a project to ensure all agency staff have up to vaccination information and that this is reflected on our monitoring reports. Duties will also include supervision of the team and daily operations ensuring adequate rota cover is available. Update and develop supplier documentation in line with due diligence. To ensure all agency workers meet the compliance standards set out in our Service Level Agreements.
To monitor all compliance reports and liaise with suppliers to update and audit mandatory data i.e., DBS, training and right to work.
This is not a sales role as we operate our own internal recruitment operation.
Hours- Monday to Friday 9am-5.30pm with some flexible rota/shift work as and when required dependent on the needs of the service. The department is based in Potters Bar and is part office and home based.
Supervisory/Team Leader experience would be preferred with an understanding of compliance in recruitment practices. A good understanding of recruitment compliance within a health and social care environment. Previous experience and knowledge of policies and regulations and takes a keen interest in staying up to date with matters that effect this sector.
Excellent communication skills
Good computer and data entry skills
Enthusiasm, drive and be self-motivated
Be able to multi-task, work under pressure to meet tight deadlines
Excellent organisational skills with attention to detail