Employment Agent

Job ID
Glasgow, Liverpool, Sunderland
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
GBP £19,760.00/Yr.
GBP £21,902.40/Yr.
Targeted Job Start Date

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Employment Agent

Location: Bootle (home working, Bootle area)

Shifts: 5 week rotation 1 in 5 saturdays

Are you invested in your own development? Do you thrive on being recognised and rewarded for a job well done?   Do you want to work for a business that is growing and thriving? If the answer is ‘yes’ then we have a fantastic opportunity for you! We are currently recruiting for an Employment Agent for our team.


As the UK’s largest independent outsourcing company we create opportunities for development and progression throughout our business.   We offer an industry leading salary and benefits package, with a Real Living Wage salary and enhanced Maternity and Paternity provision, paid sick leave, up to 35 days holiday, a well developed recognition programme, an education bursary scheme and loyalty awards for tenure.

Our unique approach to coaching and learning has been designed in line with our vision to be Unrivalled in Developing People, and we work with every person in our business to provide opportunities that meet their personal needs and objectives.

The role will be permenant working from home.




The Role


Providing advice and guidance to employees within an NHS setting. This will be in relation to statutory employment law. The calls will relate to contractual arrangments and entitlements.



What we offer

  • Starting Salary £19,760 (Living Wage) increasing to £21902.40 after 12 months
  • Fantastic Benefits
  • Recognition and Awards
  • Loyalty benefits and bonuses
  • Unrivalled People Development
  • Permenant Home Working - No commute

What we are looking for

  • The drive to bring your true self to work
  • The courage to put the customer first and be accountable
  • Strong listening and problem solving skills
  • Great people skills and team working ethic
  • The will to learn and grow



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