As part of a company’s human resources team, you will perform duties that are vital to the running of a day-to-day business.

Many feel that they don’t quite understand what a human resources department does because of the vague name, however knowing what duties they perform will make you appreciate the important roles they play.

Employees in the human resources sector are responsible for a range of things, such as hiring new staff, settling employee disputes, setting up training sessions, drafting up paperwork, and much, much more. This behind-the-scenes role is perfect for those who are ready to perform whatever is necessary to benefit the company they are working for.

What’s Expected?

The human resources sector is filled with fantastic opportunities for those who are looking to start in an entry-level position and subsequently work their way up the career ladder. This is because a higher education degree is not necessarily required by most employers – however it would certainly entice human resources sector employers.

Experience is king in this sector, as is accreditation from known organisations who screen the skills of those wishing to work in the human resources sector. The more experience you possess in similar roles, the more likely a company will want to you to join their workforce. However, if you don’t have much experience in these roles don’t be disheartened, some employers look for inexperienced employees so that they can be trained up to work exactly as that employer requires.

Common skills and traits required by employers in the human resources are being a good communicator, being a team player, knowing how to use basic IT programs (such as word processors), and being motivated to help out.

How Can We Help?

HR Recruitment have referred countless job-seekers to well-established companies looking for new human resources staff. Our employment experts can do a thorough analysis of your skills, experience, and preferences to match you up with the perfect position for you. By going through our process, you will have a range of great employment options available to you to make the best of.

Professionals who have spent years within the human resources sector can also offer you advice and tips at HR Recruitment. This advice is priceless and can turn out to be what helps job-seekers secure the job they have been looking for.

We recruit and supply for all positions within the human resources sector including:

  • Human Resources Officers
  • Talent Development Advisers
  • Project Managers
  • Human Resources Administrators
  • Human Resources Trainers

This list is not intended to be exhaustive and we recruit and supply for many other positions.