Our mission is to empower restaurateurs with reliable, user-friendly and smart technology, which they love and which enables them to delight their customers.
Nobly is a tablet POS and Management Software for small and medium merchants from the hospitality industry: restaurateurs, bar and coffee shop owners. Merchants rely on Nobly POS to manage inventory and employees, gather business insights with dozens of powerful reports, set up loyalty schemes, take credit card payments, integrate with third-party apps and more. We help hospitality businesses make informed decisions about their company by providing them with new and intelligent technology.
We are a fast-growing international team of ~70 with offices in London, Austin, Montevideo and Melbourne. Nobly has doubled in size over the past 12 months and is on track to continue on this solid growth trend.
What would you do?
We are looking for a Human Resources Intern to perform various reporting and data processing tasks. We are in the process of implementing a large HR System and this person will be owning the implementation and delivery together with the Head of People.
HR Intern responsibilities include managing our internal databases, keeping employee records in digital formats and educating users on how to use our HR systems. To be successful in this role, you should have experience with database administration and Human Resources Management software, like payroll or applicant tracking systems.
Ultimately, you will be responsible for the proper and effective implementation and operation of our HR software.
Process employee data like leaves and benefits
Export regular and ad hoc reports from our internal databases (for example, headcount and turnover reports)
Create new accounts and manage access permissions
Train system users on functionalities and new features
Gather payroll data like wages and working hours
Update employee records with new hire information
Troubleshoot and report technical issues
Develop data processing guidelines
Ensure compliance with GDPR and other data protection regulations
What are we looking for?
Excellent analytical and reporting skills
Basic knowledge of labour legislation and data protection regulations
BSc in Computer Science or relevant field/ Diploma in Human Resources is a plus
Is highly organised, motivated and able to multitask
Is happy to work independently and proactively
Some previous experience is advantageous- but above all must be keen to learn and get stuck into a fast-paced working environment
Great communication and collaboration skills
Willing to roll up their sleeves and tackle any challenge