Join the Yorkshire Wildlife Park team for a salary between £19-£22k

A job vacancy has arisen at Doncaster’s Yorkshire Wildlife Park – have you got what it takes to get on board?

Monday, 31st May 2021, 1:07 pm

The role is for an HR assistant and the salary is between £19,000 and £22,000, depending on experience and qualifications.

The HR team at Yorkshire Wildlife Park provides a complete strategic and transactional HR service to what is an extremely agile, innovate and rapidly developing organisation. With circa 300 employees at present and with further significant expansion underway, the team must continually adapt to the constantly changing context of the business and associated workload.

The job will involve working under the direction of the Recruitment Team Leader to help facilitate the group’s hiring process and assist the HR team to provide a professional, proactive and efficient HR service to the organisation.

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The HR team are exposed to a wide variety of generalist work which reflects the dynamic nature of the workforce. YWP welcomes applicants who will thrive working in a fast paced, commercial environment and who will embrace our culture of continuous and rapid change.

The YWP application form is available to download from the vacancies page of the website in pdf and word format.

All applicants are required to fully complete the YWP application form in order to be considered for any vacancy. A CV can be used as a supportive document to the application form but cannot be used to replace any part of the application form. Applicants who have used their CV to replace parts of the application form will have their application

rejected. Complete application forms should be returned to the HR Department via email:

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