Job descriptionRole: People Experience Assistant
Location: London, King's Cross Building S2
Duration: 6 months
Manager: Rebecca Alisauskas
Applicable Bonus: company bonus plan
We are looking for ambitious people with a passion for enabling exceptional individuals to join our unique people-first business.
Our team’s purpose is to both cultivate and optimise our exceptional talent and build a values driven, highly effective and healthy organisation and culture; an organisation where world-class research and creativity flourish, and doing great work that contributes to our mission is everyone’s number one focus.
You are extremely organised and have skill in juggling multiple tasks, whilst at the same time ensuring impeccable attention to detail. You are meticulous.
You’re proactive and see what needs to be done, whilst also being flexible and skilled at working in a reactive manner.
You enjoy spending time with people and being part of a team. You instill trust with everyone you interact with, and can be counted on to be reliable and helpful.
You instinctively act with absolute discretion and diplomacy, and apply sound judgement in responding to circumstances.
You enjoy variety and have a get stuck in mentality - no task is too big or too small.
You may have some previous experience in coordination, team alias management and/or administration. Ideally some previous exposure to HR.
Some knowledge of Excel/G-suite sheets preferred.
You’ll join the People Experience team, providing generalist people-focussed support to the business. You’ll be mentored and managed by the People Experience Specialist, and can expect to work collaboratively with all Operations teams on a regular basis, including People & Culture Partners, the Talent Acquisition and Onboarding team and various central support teams.
You should expect to work within a degree of ambiguity, as we continually adapt to a growing and evolving business. The team is growing and learning together, adapting and flexing to the needs of the organisation and people.
As such you’ll need to confidently take ownership of your role and your own personal development. Of course, you’ll be supported along the way by a collaborative and extremely helpful team.
Key responsibilities include:
Managing the central HR inbox alias and hosting Q&A drop in sessions on our people processes and policies - approaching each individual query with care and attention; going the extra mile to ensure that colleagues and external partners have everything they need
Creating reference letters and performing employment contract checks
Managing confidential data, keeping central systems and reports updated at all times
Ensuing relevant documentation related to our people processes and policies are kept up to date
Analysing the team inbox, summarising and identifying trends in queries from the organisation
Proactively supporting the People Experience team with general administrative tasks
Supporting with ad hoc projects and proactively suggesting ideas for continuous process improvement
DeepMind welcomes applications from all sections of society. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, religion or belief, ethnic or national origin, disability, age, citizenship, marital, domestic or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other basis as protected by applicable law. If you have a disability or additional need that requires accommodation, please do not hesitate to let us know.