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        • london, london
        • interim
        • £35,000 - £45,000 per year
        • digby morgan
        We are partnered with a Global Fintech organisation who are looking to add a Talent Acquisition Partner to their recruitment team. This is fantastic opportunity for someone who is used to high volume recruitment in either an in-house or agency/RPO environment. This is initially a 6 month interim position, offering great exposure within one of the most well know fintech companies in the world. Role Responsibilities:Establish and maintain relationships with hiring managers to stay abreast of current and future hiring and business needsPerform searches for qualified candidates according to relevant job criteria, using computer database, networking, Internet recruiting resources, head-hunting, social media and employee referralsInterview and screen candidates to obtain information on work history, training, education and job skillsLiaise with Talent Sourcing teams and Recruitment Coordinators to ensure efficiency and optimise recruitment strategiesPrepare and maintain employment recordsManage full recruitment life cycle from intake meetings to offer management Inform potential applicants about facilities, operations, benefits, and job or career opportunities in organisation The ideal candidate will have 4 + years of recruitment experience, direct sourcing skills are a requirement. This would be a great fit for a talent recruiter who has RPO or high volume/strategic accounts agency experience or from a similar internal environment. Tech recruitment experience is desirable, this role will be recruiting in multiple disciplines. This organisation has a high-performance culture and would suit a proactive individual who likes to work with autonomy and who is always open to learning. This process will move very fast so please don't hesitate to apply if you are interested!
        We are partnered with a Global Fintech organisation who are looking to add a Talent Acquisition Partner to their recruitment team. This is fantastic opportunity for someone who is used to high volume recruitment in either an in-house or agency/RPO environment. This is initially a 6 month interim position, offering great exposure within one of the most well know fintech companies in the world. Role Responsibilities:Establish and maintain relationships with hiring managers to stay abreast of current and future hiring and business needsPerform searches for qualified candidates according to relevant job criteria, using computer database, networking, Internet recruiting resources, head-hunting, social media and employee referralsInterview and screen candidates to obtain information on work history, training, education and job skillsLiaise with Talent Sourcing teams and Recruitment Coordinators to ensure efficiency and optimise recruitment strategiesPrepare and maintain employment recordsManage full recruitment life cycle from intake meetings to offer management Inform potential applicants about facilities, operations, benefits, and job or career opportunities in organisation The ideal candidate will have 4 + years of recruitment experience, direct sourcing skills are a requirement. This would be a great fit for a talent recruiter who has RPO or high volume/strategic accounts agency experience or from a similar internal environment. Tech recruitment experience is desirable, this role will be recruiting in multiple disciplines. This organisation has a high-performance culture and would suit a proactive individual who likes to work with autonomy and who is always open to learning. This process will move very fast so please don't hesitate to apply if you are interested!
        • west london, london
        • permanent
        • competitive
        • digby morgan
        HR Coordinator - Permanent - £38,000 - West London Digby Morgan are currently working with a Large Housing Association currently recruiting for a HR Coordinator on a permanent basis. The role is to assist with the administrative duties across HR and OD. Key accountabilitiesInputting payrollPre employment checks - DBS, References.Updating the Hr system (cascade) If able to work in a busy fast paced environment and able to preform well under pressure. Please apply today.
        HR Coordinator - Permanent - £38,000 - West London Digby Morgan are currently working with a Large Housing Association currently recruiting for a HR Coordinator on a permanent basis. The role is to assist with the administrative duties across HR and OD. Key accountabilitiesInputting payrollPre employment checks - DBS, References.Updating the Hr system (cascade) If able to work in a busy fast paced environment and able to preform well under pressure. Please apply today.
        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £33,000 - £35,000 per year
        • digby morgan
        Key Responsibilities: To manage the HR Admin team day to day in effective delivery of recruitment, onboarding, Payroll admin, contractual changes and letters, Management of Bank Support Worker processes, managing agency PSL and iTrent system To ensure compliance with all regulatory and legal HR requirements including Right to work, DBS, contractual rights and auditing requirements To support delivery of a 'silent' HR admin service that delivers a high level of service that is right first time to customers Ensure that clear and standardised processes are followed that focus on quality and accuracy of work in line with established standards and KPIs e.g. 'right first time' philosophy Demonstrate exceptional attention to detail when checking monthly payroll actions, undertaking monthly audits on Right to Work and DBS tracker, and all correspondence letters sent by the Shared Services team Influence development of HR Service Centre services collaborating with other teams across the HR service Responsible for the ongoing improvement and development of the Process & Improvements and HR Shared Services Teams ensuring an integrated approach to service delivery and collaboration with the HR operations team If your a confident HR professional who can lead a team with the abilty to hit the ground running then Apply Today!
        Key Responsibilities: To manage the HR Admin team day to day in effective delivery of recruitment, onboarding, Payroll admin, contractual changes and letters, Management of Bank Support Worker processes, managing agency PSL and iTrent system To ensure compliance with all regulatory and legal HR requirements including Right to work, DBS, contractual rights and auditing requirements To support delivery of a 'silent' HR admin service that delivers a high level of service that is right first time to customers Ensure that clear and standardised processes are followed that focus on quality and accuracy of work in line with established standards and KPIs e.g. 'right first time' philosophy Demonstrate exceptional attention to detail when checking monthly payroll actions, undertaking monthly audits on Right to Work and DBS tracker, and all correspondence letters sent by the Shared Services team Influence development of HR Service Centre services collaborating with other teams across the HR service Responsible for the ongoing improvement and development of the Process & Improvements and HR Shared Services Teams ensuring an integrated approach to service delivery and collaboration with the HR operations team If your a confident HR professional who can lead a team with the abilty to hit the ground running then Apply Today!
        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £40,000 - £60,000, per year, Salary + Annual Bonus & Benefits
        • digby morgan
        A leadin, global Financial Publishing and Technology business is looking for a Talent Manager to join their HR team. This role will have a huge impact on the talent strategy and will be responsible for managing their contractor population, strategy and compliance across their UK business. This is a permanent opportunity which can be based remotely, so open to applicants across the UK and will offer a high level of autonomy and exposure across this global business. Role Responsibilities: - Be the expert on contract terms, working closely with the Legal team to understandstandard terms and acting as the key educator to managers on risk and purpose behind terms.- Be the UK expert on IR35, Agency Workers Regulation and employment legislation (includingGDPR) and it's implication on the varying contractual types in the UK.- Manage the UK Contractor population, producing regular and ad hoc reporting as required byexternal and internal stakeholders to monitor effectiveness of processes and frameworks.- Regularly communicate with managers to pro-actively manage actions relating tocontractual end dates and ad hoc queries/projects.- Take accountability for all contract administration activities, including governing themaintenance of the contractor database. (Administration support will be provided also) - Delivering training to managers on the various engagement types and arising regulations.- Remain up-to-date on regulatory and tax obligations in regards to engagement with contractworkers.- Assist in the development of internal policies, procedures and documentation in relation tothe management of all contractor engagement activities.- Provide high level HR Generalist support, partnering with HR Leads. This role would be ideal for someone who has proven experience in managing high volumes of contractors, whether that is in an in-house or agency environment. This person will need to have an expert level of understand of IR35 and its framework to be considered for this position. HR Generalist experience, particularly employee relations, would be highly desirable.Key Skills and Esperience: Solid understanding of regulatory and tax obligations in relation to engagement of contract (self-employed) workers, including IR35 and Agency Workers RegulationsPrevious experience of working for an organisation with multiple contract types and requirementsA risk based approach to managing contractsStrong communication and interpersonal skills, simplifying the complex to enable others to make decisionsAbility to effectively challenge and assert best practiceProactive in approach with the desire to learn Able to work on own initiative, with a high level of autonomy, manage competing workloads and meet deadlines through appropriate time managementSolid experience of working with Excel and managing large data sets, applying formulas and look-up tables
        A leadin, global Financial Publishing and Technology business is looking for a Talent Manager to join their HR team. This role will have a huge impact on the talent strategy and will be responsible for managing their contractor population, strategy and compliance across their UK business. This is a permanent opportunity which can be based remotely, so open to applicants across the UK and will offer a high level of autonomy and exposure across this global business. Role Responsibilities: - Be the expert on contract terms, working closely with the Legal team to understandstandard terms and acting as the key educator to managers on risk and purpose behind terms.- Be the UK expert on IR35, Agency Workers Regulation and employment legislation (includingGDPR) and it's implication on the varying contractual types in the UK.- Manage the UK Contractor population, producing regular and ad hoc reporting as required byexternal and internal stakeholders to monitor effectiveness of processes and frameworks.- Regularly communicate with managers to pro-actively manage actions relating tocontractual end dates and ad hoc queries/projects.- Take accountability for all contract administration activities, including governing themaintenance of the contractor database. (Administration support will be provided also) - Delivering training to managers on the various engagement types and arising regulations.- Remain up-to-date on regulatory and tax obligations in regards to engagement with contractworkers.- Assist in the development of internal policies, procedures and documentation in relation tothe management of all contractor engagement activities.- Provide high level HR Generalist support, partnering with HR Leads. This role would be ideal for someone who has proven experience in managing high volumes of contractors, whether that is in an in-house or agency environment. This person will need to have an expert level of understand of IR35 and its framework to be considered for this position. HR Generalist experience, particularly employee relations, would be highly desirable.Key Skills and Esperience: Solid understanding of regulatory and tax obligations in relation to engagement of contract (self-employed) workers, including IR35 and Agency Workers RegulationsPrevious experience of working for an organisation with multiple contract types and requirementsA risk based approach to managing contractsStrong communication and interpersonal skills, simplifying the complex to enable others to make decisionsAbility to effectively challenge and assert best practiceProactive in approach with the desire to learn Able to work on own initiative, with a high level of autonomy, manage competing workloads and meet deadlines through appropriate time managementSolid experience of working with Excel and managing large data sets, applying formulas and look-up tables
        • london, london
        • interim
        • £40,000 - £50,000 per year
        • digby morgan
        Our client, a well-known science and technlogy innovator, is seeking an experienced In-House Talent Sourcer to join their UK team. This is a temporary role (6 months) in a global, multi-faceted business. Working with a high performaing team of global Talent Sourcers and Talent Acquisition Partners, this role is responsible for recruitment primarily commercial roles across a number of operating companies in a matrixed environment. This role also offers remote working and global recruitment exposure. Role Responsibilities:Work closely with the recruiters and hiring managers to understand hiring needs, define sourcing strategies and add market insights to help influence outcomesResearch, identify and cultivate external talent networks that will further progress the company's talent strategyWork both independently and with the Talent Acquisition team to craft search strategies and develop outreach lists that can be used for current and future roles Execute on tactical outreach, referral generation, events, and pipelining efforts and crafting custom outreach and meaningful candidate engagementOwn candidate relationships all the way to the point of an in-person interview, and be tightly integrated into the feedback process during the interview processRecommend and drive improvements with recruiters and interviewing teams to effectively screen and assess talentWork with schedulers and recruiters to ensure a remarkable candidate experience Track candidate activity and share with internal stakeholders Experience Required: 5+ years of recruitment and sourcing experience either in-house or agencyMust have experience talent sourcing in Biotech, Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences or Medical Devices IndustriesExperience managing candidate research and recruiting processes in either an in house or agency environmentDemonstrated knowledge of research methods (tools and frameworks) within the global landscapeDemonstrated use of talent market insights and data to influence sourcing strategiesExperience with in-house Talent Acquisition processes and systems such as Applicant Tracking Systems and CRMsProficiency in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint German Language skills are highly desirableThis is an incredible organisation with a spectacular employer brand globally. Only iimmediately available candidates will be considered as this role requires an immediate start. Do not miss out on the chance to join and make an impact!
        Our client, a well-known science and technlogy innovator, is seeking an experienced In-House Talent Sourcer to join their UK team. This is a temporary role (6 months) in a global, multi-faceted business. Working with a high performaing team of global Talent Sourcers and Talent Acquisition Partners, this role is responsible for recruitment primarily commercial roles across a number of operating companies in a matrixed environment. This role also offers remote working and global recruitment exposure. Role Responsibilities:Work closely with the recruiters and hiring managers to understand hiring needs, define sourcing strategies and add market insights to help influence outcomesResearch, identify and cultivate external talent networks that will further progress the company's talent strategyWork both independently and with the Talent Acquisition team to craft search strategies and develop outreach lists that can be used for current and future roles Execute on tactical outreach, referral generation, events, and pipelining efforts and crafting custom outreach and meaningful candidate engagementOwn candidate relationships all the way to the point of an in-person interview, and be tightly integrated into the feedback process during the interview processRecommend and drive improvements with recruiters and interviewing teams to effectively screen and assess talentWork with schedulers and recruiters to ensure a remarkable candidate experience Track candidate activity and share with internal stakeholders Experience Required: 5+ years of recruitment and sourcing experience either in-house or agencyMust have experience talent sourcing in Biotech, Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences or Medical Devices IndustriesExperience managing candidate research and recruiting processes in either an in house or agency environmentDemonstrated knowledge of research methods (tools and frameworks) within the global landscapeDemonstrated use of talent market insights and data to influence sourcing strategiesExperience with in-house Talent Acquisition processes and systems such as Applicant Tracking Systems and CRMsProficiency in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint German Language skills are highly desirableThis is an incredible organisation with a spectacular employer brand globally. Only iimmediately available candidates will be considered as this role requires an immediate start. Do not miss out on the chance to join and make an impact!
        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £60,000 - £75,000, per year, Salary + Annual Bonus & Benefits
        • digby morgan
        We are partnered with a global B2B information services business who are looking for a talent HR Business Partner to join their London team. This role is an integral part of the HR team, and the key purpose is to support in delivering the People Agenda and to drive best practice across the functions (Finance, Technology, HR, Facilities and Legal).This is a permanent opportunity offering great exposure across a multi-faceted, global business. This organisation is prides itself on its culture and people, and offers great benefits to reflect this outlook. This is an ideal role for someone who has excellent HRBP experience, with a specialism in learning and development and coaching. Role Purpose:To work with the Head of HR to deliver the People Agenda and to understand key people and organisational requirements across the functionsSupport with the design and delivery of the L&D offeringSupport and project manage key activity as appropriate (e.g. ensuring HR data and processes are workable, education of people policies, review of job descriptions, embedding our performance framework, etc..)Support in managing organisational changes, redundancy processes, change and implementation planning where requiredSupport managers with recruitment and the embedding of good-practise, including review of our preferred suppliersProvide a coaching and advisory service on HR policy and procedures as a secondary contact point and in support of the HR Operations teamRole model positive ways of working and contribute to the development and evolution of the People Plan Coach junior management and employees on how to drive the effectiveness of their organisation and the performance of their people (ie lunch & learns on objective setting, reviews, coaching)Set up and maintain monthly HR metrics (inc headcount, attrition on a global basis) This would be an ideal role for a passionate HR professional who is determined to make an impact. The role requires excellent communication and relationship building skills, as well as having the ability to influence stakeholders of all levels. The right candidate will need to have solid experience of delivering training and development activities, preferably with some experience of design or a passion to develop in this area. Experience in the Media. Tech or Financial Services sector would be desirable. If you are interested in hearing more about this role, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
        We are partnered with a global B2B information services business who are looking for a talent HR Business Partner to join their London team. This role is an integral part of the HR team, and the key purpose is to support in delivering the People Agenda and to drive best practice across the functions (Finance, Technology, HR, Facilities and Legal).This is a permanent opportunity offering great exposure across a multi-faceted, global business. This organisation is prides itself on its culture and people, and offers great benefits to reflect this outlook. This is an ideal role for someone who has excellent HRBP experience, with a specialism in learning and development and coaching. Role Purpose:To work with the Head of HR to deliver the People Agenda and to understand key people and organisational requirements across the functionsSupport with the design and delivery of the L&D offeringSupport and project manage key activity as appropriate (e.g. ensuring HR data and processes are workable, education of people policies, review of job descriptions, embedding our performance framework, etc..)Support in managing organisational changes, redundancy processes, change and implementation planning where requiredSupport managers with recruitment and the embedding of good-practise, including review of our preferred suppliersProvide a coaching and advisory service on HR policy and procedures as a secondary contact point and in support of the HR Operations teamRole model positive ways of working and contribute to the development and evolution of the People Plan Coach junior management and employees on how to drive the effectiveness of their organisation and the performance of their people (ie lunch & learns on objective setting, reviews, coaching)Set up and maintain monthly HR metrics (inc headcount, attrition on a global basis) This would be an ideal role for a passionate HR professional who is determined to make an impact. The role requires excellent communication and relationship building skills, as well as having the ability to influence stakeholders of all levels. The right candidate will need to have solid experience of delivering training and development activities, preferably with some experience of design or a passion to develop in this area. Experience in the Media. Tech or Financial Services sector would be desirable. If you are interested in hearing more about this role, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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