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Training Administrator – HR Shared Services Centre

£23,000 pa dependent on experience


Using groundbreaking technology, Seadrill is one of the world’s most modern offshore deepwater drilling companies. Operating in 15 countries across five continents, we employ some 5,000 people representing 65 nationalities.

Working in the HR Shared Services Centre in Liverpool, this position provides support to the global organisation and is responsible for arranging training courses and travel logistics for our employees around the world, and archiving training certificates in the HR software system. Additionally, the role will liaise with training vendors, travel agents and Seadrill’s supply chain and finance teams to ensure the entire process runs efficiently. An additional requirement includes working closely with our employees, the corporate Training & Development team and regional Human Resources staff. This is a fast-paced, deadline driven role, requiring the need to prioritise and multi-task.

Key tasks will include ensuring training bookings and certificates for assigned rigs are processed at the agreed service level. Working through the full training booking cycle process, you’ll identify training dates and crew availability, book training courses with training vendors and request purchase orders to facilitate timely payment to the vendor. You’ll also ensure the training course details and certificates are correctly entered into the software system - SkillsVX (training will be provided).

To make an immediate impact, you’ll need 1-2 years of HR administration in Training or logistics administrative work experience, preferably in a large, global company (5,000+ employees). Highly organised and customer focussed, you’ll possess good all-round communication skills along with a commitment to continuous improvement and attention to detail in all aspects of data accuracy. Analytical with strong software skills (Excel, Outlook and other databases), you’ll be a fast learner with plenty of integrity. You’ll also require a minimum of 5 GCSEs (or equivalent) at grade C or above, which must include Maths and English.

There is also a requirement to be available on an ‘on-call’ basis on weekends at designated times.