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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • The Green Recruitment Company
      Role: Trainee Recruitment Consultant (Finance Team)Salary: £23 - 25,000 (DOE) + OTE: £40,000+Location: London, SE1 8RTBenefits: Commission structure / career progression plan / coaching / global incentive trips & more!Founded in London in 2010, The Green Recruitment Company is a global, award-winning specialist provider of recruitment solutions across the Renewable Energy and Technology sectors.We are headquartered in London with offices in Amsterdam, Beijing, Sydney, Cape Town, New York, and Orlando. With proven abilities in providing recruitment solutions across contingent, executive search, contract staffing and market research analysis, we are the chosen, global recruitment partner across our specialist sector.Due to an exciting time of company growth, we are currently in search of a Trainee Recruitment Consultant to join our office in London.The role will require you to individually network with mid to senior level professionals with the aim of placing them with our Renewable Energy clients across Europe.Trainee Recruitment Consultant Responsibilities include:Sourcing and actively headhunting mid to senior level candidates for clients across Europe, ensuring technical, cultural, and experience fit for roles specialised within the industry.Market research and candidate market mappingDiscussing individual candidate needs & providing professional advice on opportunitiesReviewing applications, managing interviews and creating candidate shortlists for clientsBriefing candidates on the role, pay rates and timeframes Organising and preparing candidates for interview as and when requestedProviding feedback to candidates following interviewsDiscussing job offers with successful candidates Negotiating pay rates and finalising arrangements for placementsAttending conferences and industry events to keep abreast of the latest developments within both the recruitment marketplace and the renewable energy industryTrainee Recruitment Consultant Profile:A passion for the Renewable Energy sectorArticulate communicatorA confident and positive attitudeThe ability to work under pressure and meet targets What can we offer you: Achievable career progression plan with a salary increase with each promotionCoaching and development from an experienced Global Learning & Development ManagerA professional working environment with realistic targets to promote a positive environmentCompetitive salary and commission structure Access to a large client database, various job boards and LinkedIn Recruiter.Access to industry specific conferencesAnnual, global incentive trips away** Interested? To apply for this Trainee Recruitment Consultant role, submit your CV today via the APPLY button! **About the Green Recruitment CompanyFounded in London in 2010, we have a vision of becoming the premium provider of global recruitment solutions to the Green Energy & Technology sector. When we started, we launched with a focus on Renewable Energy and Energy Management. Over time our company has grown and diversified in line with the Renewable Energy sector. Alongside our core Renewable Energy and Energy Market expertise we also provide services in E-Mobility, IoT, Smart Cities, Storage and DSR.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • French Selection UK
      FRENCH SELECTION UKBilingual Recruiter – Fluent French London, recruitment, Resourcer, sales, customer service, business development, consultant, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, languages, jobs, internationalLocation: LondonSalary: OTE £30K-£40K+Ref: Y21B3VIEW JOB DESCRIPTION > APPLY NOW:Please visit the French Selection UK website, vacancies section, search job reference: Y21B3Applications submitted on our website will come to us in the correct format, which means they will be processed faster & more efficiently by our team of consultants.Company Profile:French Selection UK is a leading recruitment consultancy specialist in recruiting for international business and trade. We recruit for permanent and fixed-term contracts, from entry to senior level.We are the leading recruitment consultancy for German, French, Italian and Spanish speaking positions such as export sales, customer service, marketing, engineering, logistics and other areas of international trade.Our clients range from SMEs (small & medium exporting companies) to larger international groups.The role:- Handling recruitment projects from start to finish- Successfully place candidates to fill our clients’ vacancies- Achieve and exceed revenue/placements targets- Drafting job description, sourcing candidates, directly dealing with both customers and candidates from start to finish of project, obtaining and arranging interviews, negotiating job offers and placements.- Developing customer relationships and ensuring repeat business from our UK-basedclientsCandidate's Profile:- Fluency in French essential – other languages an advantage- Previous experience in Sales or Agency Recruitment, or in a similar frontline proactive negotiation and solutions-finding role.- Motivated by & comfortable working to revenue/placement targets- Must be an independent and self-reliant character- Proactive solutions-finder with a consultative approach- Assertive and confident with strong communication skills- Flexible approach and mind set required as we recruit in different industries and roles at all levels- Ability to work independently on own initiative- Interested in working within a small close-knit multicultural teamSalary: Basic salary + uncapped commission (OTE £30-£40K+)
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Eligo Recruitment
      Job Title: Trainee Recruitment Consultant Location: London, Wimbledon, SW19Salary: Basic £22-24K + OTE & Bonus + Full Benefits Package Are you looking for an opportunity with a clear career path, excellent training and great earning potential?Then the Eligo Academy - Trainee Recruitment Consultant could be for you.We are looking for a recruitment trainee to join our Technology Recruitment team in our Head office in London, Wimbledon SW19.You would join us as a Delivery Consultant, working with a dedicated, highly experienced tech Recruiter and Trainer who will mentor, support and train you to be a successful Recruitment Consultant in Eligo's Tech Contract Team.This is an intensive 12-month training programme; as you complete each level of the training, you will be aiming to achieve your first promotion to Senior Delivery Consultant in 6 months and, by the end of the 12 months, to be promoted to a 360 Recruitment Consultant.IS THIS TRAINEE RECRUITER JOB RIGHT FOR YOU?To be considered for this Trainee Recruiter role, you should be able to demonstrate you have at least 6 months of work experience and be of degree calibre. By that, we mean you don't have to have a degree, but you need to have your head screwed on and have the maturity and communication skills to liaise with senior professionals and manage a busy desk.Grades, qualifications, and work experience can tell us something about you, but we are more interested in you; what drives you, what you are passionate about, what motivates you, what you want to achieve, and your natural strengths?If these traits are familiar to you, then you should apply now for this Delivery Consultant - Trainee Recruiter role and fast track your career as a Recruitment Consultant:YOU'LL IDEALLY HAVE:Strong work ethic and resilience with a focus on providing outstanding customer serviceGoal Orientatedwith strong attention to detail and a passion for qualityDedication and Effort with a positive, high energyA confident communicator who enjoys creating long-lasting relationships with peopleCurious/independent character, not afraid of a good challenge or breaking the mouldBONUS POINTS FOR:Background or experience in sales or business-related environmentExperience within the recruitment, HR or staffing industry.WHAT WILL YOU DO AS A DELIVERY CONSULTANT / TRAINEE RECRUITMENT CONSULTANT?Help Eligo's Recruitment Consultants find the best candidates within their market.Write and post adverts from job specifications in order to attract active candidates.Proactively search Job boards, Professional and Social Networking sites for candidates.Research, network, and develop relationships within our niche sectors.Call high-quality specialist candidates in order to ascertain their current job search status, qualify their skills and attributes and identify potential opportunities we have for them.Effective data management and input of all candidate CVs and records.Work with the Marketing team to make follow up calls following marketing campaigns.Identify client opportunities in your niche market - who is hiring, who are the best employers, which companies are growing etc.Make new business calls to clients to build an understanding of their business and build a relationship.WHAT'S IT LIKE WORKING AT ELIGO?We'd like to believe life at Eligo is pretty great and hope that your future colleagues will tell you the same! In addition to a work-life centred around you, ensuring you're happy, supported, and rewarded at work, we have a full range of benefits and perks ready for you when you kick-off. pm Friday finish, duvet days, a thriving social committee organising regular events and activities, tailored quarterly incentives & rewards, personal development plans, access to mental health support, yoga/mindfulness/gym classes etc.And as you progress through your training programme, your benefits and perks increase too - and we think they're already pretty great to start with!Sound like a career for you?Let's talk! Apply now or get in touch, and we can tell you more about us, the role, and any other questions you might have.Eligo is an equal opportunities employer, and all applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOIn this role, you will be part of BCG’s Global Compensation COE, which oversees the strategy, management and development of consulting teams, alternative business models (“ABM”), Specialty Businesses (SB), knowledge team and business services compensation programs. In this role you will support the strategy and execution of compensation in the field and help to ensure BCG has the most effective compensation practices. You will provide consultative guidance, recommendation and governance on Compensation related topics for assigned BCG markets. The Global Compensation Manager will be responsible for providing expert compensation advisory and support to align our strategy with the execution of our global compensation philosophy within the business. You will provide consultative guidance, and recommendations on compensation related topics for assigned BCG business areas and markets.You will also:Act as Global Comp advisor to BCG’s Global Specialty Businesses (GSB), which is comprised of diverse talent models across the following businesses - Knowledge Team, Data & Research Teams, Design Studios, Knowledge & Collaboration teams and Practice Area ManagementDevelop and maintain effective relationships and stakeholder interactions with GSB Leadership, HR and Finance teams, serving as an advisor in strategic and tactical approaches to compensation Demonstrate the ability to understand business goals and market trends, leveraging this insight to recommend and influence new approaches, policies, and procedures to continually improve compensation managementBe responsible for helping shape GSB’s compensation strategy in each of its businesses and ensure they support the targeted competitive positioning of the business, ensuring that existing ranges across multiple geographies are up to date and relevantProvide strategic comp advisory on all compensation issues, including market trends, comp approach and structure, market benchmarking, and complex hiresCreate compensation models that are market competitive for the desired talent profiles of each business and are internally consistent whilst locally relevantProvide oversight and guidance to the Compensation Lead and Senior Specialist on the development of analyses to support business decisionsAssess and manage risk for GSB comp models and ensure that they comply with BCG’s risk guidelinesLead parts of the GSB comp project portfolio and contribute to assigned key initiatives across the range of areas covered by Global Compensation TeamPartner with the business on planning for compensation reviews and cycles, including outlining global timeline, providing market insights, developing guardrails for pay adjustments and co-ownership of any comp management training required.YOU'RE GOOD ATBusiness Partnering and delivering compensation expertise across a wide range of compensation topicsBuilding and maintaining effective relationships with leadership teams and HRStructuring, planning and prioritising work/projects effectively (for the short and long term) Working within a fast paced and changing matrix environment Data modelling and analysisTaking initiative and being self-motivatedSeeing the big pictureDemonstrating a mind-set of continuous improvement Providing expert level input and insightUnderstanding functional expert roles in different marketsUnderstanding of compensation practices in tech and professional services industriesDigital talent strategies, in particular comp practices YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s degree required; Master/ MBA a plus8+ years experience in Compensation / Reward, ideally gained in both consulting and corporate environmentsExperience working across a number of areas of compensation; including Program design and benchmarking and comp range creationFamiliarity with a number of different benchmarking surveys and approaches as well as job evaluationExperience working across several different geographies essential Ability to drive analysis and processes with limited guidance, and comfort with uncertainty ( potentially limited data)Familiarity with tech and professional services companies and business models a plusProven ability to design creative solutions to ambiguous problemsProven senior stakeholder and Leadership interaction and managements skillsStrong written and verbal communication skills (especially in relation to senior executives)YOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • The Green Recruitment Company
      Role: Contract Recruitment ConsultantSalary: £28,000 – £32,000 (DOE) + CommissionLocation: London, SE1 8RTBenefits: Commission structure / career progression plan / coaching / global incentive trips & more!Founded in London in 2010, The Green Recruitment Company is a global, award-winning specialist provider of recruitment solutions across the Renewable Energy and Technology sectors.We are headquartered in London with offices in Amsterdam, Beijing, Sydney, Cape Town, New York, and Orlando. With proven abilities in providing recruitment solutions across contingent, executive search, contract staffing and market research analysis, we are the chosen, global recruitment partner across our specialist sector.Due to an exciting time of company growth, we are currently in search of a Contract Recruitment Consultant to join our office in London.The role will require you to individually network with mid to senior level professionals with the aim of placing them with our Renewable Energy clients across Europe. Contract Recruitment Consultant Responsibilities include:Sourcing mid to senior level candidates for clients, ensuring technical, cultural, and experience fitDeveloping business relationships with clients/hiring managers/C-suite decision makers.Advising on clients’ hiring strategy based on knowledge of the recruitment marketProducing market reports/ salary surveys/ other industry data for clients within the renewable energy industryManaging the placement process and recruitment process from start to finish (full 360 focus) for mid to senior level candidatesAttending conferences and industry events to keep abreast of the latest developments within both the recruitment marketplace and the renewable energy industry.Contract Recruitment Consultant Skills and Experience:Previous experience in recruitment, ideally across the Energy space but this is not essentialExperience in building and retaining a client portfolioAbility to manage own time effectivelyArticulate communicatorA confident and positive attitudeThe ability to work under pressure and meet targets What can we offer you: Achievable career progression plan with a salary increase with each promotionCoaching and development from an experienced Global Learning & Development ManagerA professional working environment with realistic targets to promote a positive environmentCompetitive salary and commission structure Access to a large client database, various job boards and LinkedIn Recruiter.Access to industry specific conferencesAnnual, global incentive trips away** Interested? To apply for this Contract Recruitment Consultant role, submit your CV today via the APPLY button! **About the Green Recruitment CompanyFounded in London in 2010, we have a vision of becoming the premium provider of global recruitment solutions to the Green Energy & Technology sector. When we started, we launched with a focus on Renewable Energy and Energy Management. Over time our company has grown and diversified in line with the Renewable Energy sector. Alongside our core Renewable Energy and Energy Market expertise we also provide services in E-Mobility, IoT, Smart Cities, Storage and DSR.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Sweet Tree
      Employee Relations ManagerWhen registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.Employee Relations Manager£33,000 - £36,000 per annumHere at SweetTree Home Care, we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Employee Relations Manager, based at our office in Swiss Cottage. If you have previous experience in a HR Generalist or Employee Relations role providing practical and strategic advice on the full range of ER matters then this may be the ideal role for you.The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with exceptional organisation and communication skills, eager to drive positive change, passionate about the experience you’re helping deliver and have a keen eye for detail. You will ideally have a CIPD qualification or have significant proven experience in an ER role. You have the ability to identify and quantifying ER-related risks and advise accordingly.Keys tasks include:Providing our staff with advice and guidance on employment matters, policies and procedures and employment lawProviding end to end ER case management support to line managersProactively identifying and implementing HR and ER processes and proceduresCoaching and supporting managers to deal with basic ER issues effectively and to develop skills and techniques to manage change and employee issuesExperienceProven ER & HR experienceWorking knowledge of current employment lawExperience in management of ER cases, policies and proceduresWorking knowledge of current employment lawExperience in management of ER cases, policies and proceduresAn understanding of Health and Safety LegislationAbility to working independently with little instruction and to liaise with staff in various locationsCIPD qualified (preferred, qualified or part-qualified)If you are interested, please press apply or for more information, please call our Recruitment Team on .
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG’s Knowledge Team (KT) is a key pillar across BCG’s roughly twenty global Industry and Functional Practice businesses. KT is a billable, expertise-based, professional services organization. KT plays diverse roles ranging from being staffed in client case teams alongside consulting and other professional services staff to developing and managing IP specific to functional topic or industry sector-based businesses.BCG’s KT organization launched the Client Focus (CF) KT path in 2020 as a means for enabling KT to deliver high value to case teams and clients in a fully staffed model. CF KT is intensively staffed on client cases, leveraging individual expertise and knowledge assets (IP, products, and tools) by way of a variety of engagement models. The CF KT career path provides accelerated developmental opportunities for individuals who are capable of and excited about being staffed intensively on client cases and learning in the fast-paced, intense environment of the client case team.As a Client Focus (CF) KT Talent Manager you will work with a large group of KT members located across all BCG regions and their KT Managers to define development agendas (weaving together staffing needs, learning, coaching, expertise development…). You will help them to assess and identify developmental needs, and recommend actions to address those needs, teaming with the KT Manager and other teams within BCG including KT Learning & Development. You will provide direct mentoring and apprenticeship for KT skills and general junior consulting skills (outside of expertise-specific aspects). You will team with KT Managers to provide career advisory to KT members.Your responsibilities include but are not limited to:Provide individual development support (assess, advise, develop, coach): • Engage with Client Focus KT and their managers to assess developmental needs (inclusive of learning options, new assignments, staffing options, exposure to new stakeholders, international exposure, etc.) and to accelerate career progression and acquisition of new skills• Identify gaps in consulting and KT skills; advise about related learning needs, and define solutions with KT Managers, the KT Learning & Development function, and other BCG capabilities• Engage with KT Managers to ensure that staffing opportunities are appropriate to developmental needs, and aligned with the career trajectory and specialization Advise individuals on career growth options:• Build and maintain relationships with CF KT staff to understand their background and career professional aspirations• Advise them about available learning options, aligned with developmental needs and career trajectory; suggest individualized learning solutions, complementary to the learning journeys offered to all KT• Explore and suggest other developmental actions such as staffing, external exposure, networking, senior stakeholder engagement, etc.• Coach and guide CF KT throughout their career lifecycle on options and opportunities (potential moves to generalist and/or expert consulting career tracks, Topic Activation KT, other client-facing roles, etc.); act as a trusted advisor to guide individuals to outcomes beneficial to the individual and the business• Keep track of KT members' motivation and interests; help identifying potential attrition risk, work/life balance and sustainability challenges; address them with KT ManagersSupport KT Managers with Career Development (CD) activities:• Assist KT Managers and CD Team to collect robust evaluations which are thoughtfully calibrated• Help KT Manager to interpret feedback and developmental implications• Help KT Manager to complete the CD (career development) dossiers of team members; provide input on non-topic/sector-specific aspects• Provide visibility to KT business leadership (as needed), KT HR Leadership and KT Learning & Development about individual developmental needs; recognize patterns, so that general learning offers are adapted and enhanced accordingly• Work with KT HR, KT Learning & Development and Career Development teams to determine broader needs around learning, expertise building, and career growth• With KT and HR, ensure KT members receive the appropriate level of onboarding and induction when joining the team• When identifying employee issues, work actively with Regional HR and KT Managers to address and resolveYOU'RE GOOD ATAs a Client Focus (CF) KT Talent Manager you will work with a large group of KT members located across all BCG regions and their KT Managers to define development agendas (weaving together staffing needs, learning, coaching, expertise development…). You will help them to assess and identify developmental needs, and recommend actions to address those needs, teaming with the KT Manager and other teams within BCG including KT Learning & Development. You will provide direct mentoring and apprenticeship for KT skills and general junior consulting skills (outside of expertise-specific aspects). You will team with KT Managers to provide career advisory to KT members.• Performing successfully in a fast-paced and intellectually intense environment• Working in an international setting and remotely• Being a proactive, self-starter, setting your own agenda in consultation and collaboration with others as appropriate• Working in a highly-matrixed, complex and highly collaborative culture• Engaging with people and establishing a relationship based upon trust• Being empathetic, service-oriented, and confidently credible with others• Maintaining highest levels of internal and external confidentiality• Interacting with senior and middle management, proposing solutions in a smart way• Thinking out of the box, when considering individual development optionsYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• 8-10+ years of relevant experience• Advanced Degree (Masters, MBA, JD, PhD, etc.) preferred• Deep understanding of the consulting business is preferred• Experience having delivered billable professional services, ideally in an expertise-based consulting team or organization• Strong interest and some experience in professional development and/or coaching• Internal BCG experience in Consulting, KT or other client-facing roles is a plus• Fluent in EnglishYOU'LL WORK WITHYou will work under the guidance of KT and HR/CD leaders, who will help defining your own priorities, and collect your views and insights about CF KT developmental needs. You will be a key interface to CF (Client Focus) KT members, you will advise on developmental needs and career options. You will work jointly with KT Managers, so that accurate developmental actions are defined and executed. You will work closely with the KT Learning Manager, to define and leverage learning options addressing both holistic and individual development needs. You will also collaborate with our CD (Career Development) Managers and Specialists (contributing to CD dossiers, advising about career progression, etc.), and HR professionals.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOOur BCG of the future will require leaders who are flexible, adaptable, and able to learn to drive transformation in an increasingly dynamic and digital global landscape. To achieve this, we are expanding and refreshing our thinking around talent management and our employee value proposition for our Business Services Team (BST). In this newly created role, you will work closely with the Global Talent Director (also a newly created role) and the wider performance and talent team responsible for leading the design and implementing global talent solutions that enable fluidity of experiences across roles and functions that specifically attract, develop, engage, and retain best-in-class senior talent at BCG that embrace transformation mind-set. You will work closely with the Global Talent Director to drive and execute global talent initiatives, policies, and procedures for BST globally, collaborating with global, and regional HR teams. You will:• Support the full spectrum of talent initiatives and implementation ensuring that the talent agenda creates an emotionally engaged, diverse, inclusive multi-generational workforce, who are aligned to BCG’s vision and purpose• Shape and define of our future talent approach as part of our wider business/HR vision• Play a key role in monitoring the effectiveness of existing talent policies, guidelines, and procedures• Support the development of future leadership and skills development aligned to the changing cultural needs of the business, including transformation and digital key skills• Ensure the effective adoption of our BCG career framework and development of robust paths to leadership roles, including supporting how we identify, assess and develop, and grow the key talent of the future at all levels• Define key analytics and insights to drive the talent agenda and support the development of an evolving performance development culture• Partner with our business and talent leaders across geographies, business units, and functions to drive the talent change agenda• Manage on-going and new talent programs to identify, recognize, grow, and retain top talentYOU'RE GOOD AT• Experience operating in a global complex matrix organisation with professional, well-educated colleagues and a keen insight into the career development requirements of a senior audiences• A strong communicator with excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to present clear, well-structured reports, presentations, and briefs• Navigating, operating, and leading effectively in a complex partner structure where there are multiple stakeholders and talent is closely aligned to driving revenue streams through mobilising our people for clients and running our business services• Political know how - confident and able to navigate the organisation and deal with ambiguity, different business leader perspectives, and demands effectively• Good knowledge of performance management, talent identification, and learning and development• Strong foundations in data analysis and analytics; able to identify appropriate metrics and identify how to set up, track, and monitor success• Energy, enthusiasm, and confidenceYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• 10+ years’ experience in human resources, talent, people development, and/or coaching preferred • A passion for building, managing, and developing world class teams• Open communication style – to handle colleagues across many time zones, across multiple functions and levels • A data-driven mindset that enables you to create metrics to measure the business impact of talent initiatives• Proven ability to drive projects and initiatives to completion in a fast-passed environment• Excellence in program management and task-managing • Passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion• A growth mindsetYOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCandidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Bubb
      Work from We are looking for TAs to cover tech & 'non-tech' roles for high growth software We're bubb; the hottest thing to hit talent acquisition since that time you impatiently bit into that really hot pizza and burnt your mouth.We also, as the UK's hottest hiring startup, pride ourselves on being ultra modest at all times.We're new, rapidly scaling and we are here leading the charge on the new wave of digitally led recruitment. We've had some amazing companies jump on board including Fortinet, OpenPayd, IndeedFlex and Kaseya, who have so far enabled us to expand swiftly, and we're now fortunate enough to say that we are operating across 11 countries and counting.We're part machine, part human, and that's where you come in; recruiting great people doesn't happen without great people, and it's those people that will always make up the backbone of our business. Our Talent Partners slot into our tech stack, and it's this tech stack that powers your desk to enable you to be the best recruiter you can be. We're all about creative engagement, employer branding, candidate experience and automation. And it's this digital wizardry operating in the background that ensures that you're doing recruiting, not admin.Yeah, we hate admin.So if you're a great human, and a rockstar recruiter, then keep on reading!Talent Partners of all levels wanted.Well you don't really hear this in recruitment, but we don't like following rules so we're going for it!You can work from anywhere but bonus points for being able to spend time with the team in London. Think WeWork, free cookies, beer and board games. We are looking for TAs across product, engineering (tech) & 'non-tech for tech' (Customer Success, Account Executives etc) and bonus points for hybrid experience.The role itself Embedded within a client account, representing the client brand as an 'in-house' recruiterManaging pipeline, scheduling interviews, and candidate negotiations (the recruiter bit)LinkedIn searching and networking as per requiredLiaising with client side external stakeholdersWorking alongside bubb's creative team and account managers to optimise candidate attractionHaving fun hiring humans for awesome clients!What you'll get:Competitive salaries, bonus and equity options also availableA fancy Apple Macbook thingy & other home working equipment as requiredWeWork accessPaid holiday4 charity paid days off per yearContinual bubb fun stuffSo, if this sounds like you, then come and holla at us! Or just apply :)
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOYou will support the Staffing team, which allocates all available BCG consultants from London, Amsterdam and Brussel offices to suitable live cases. The role is highly administrative and is central to the smooth running of the overall team, requiring very strong organisational skills, precise communication and attention to detail. The role is quite customer focused and is highly interactive, so strong interpersonal skills are essential.YOU WILL:• Update case details on the internal staffing system• Maintaining accurate and up-to-date staffing profiles for the consulting team• Sending out case team confirmations• Attending staffing meetings• Facilitate internal “staff movements” meetings to update team on progress• Support the staffing team with the weekly assigning of non-case proposals and business development• Assisting Staffing team with the summer intern program• Regular and ad-hoc staffing reporting YOU'RE GOOD AT• Discrete and confidential• Accurate – very strong attention to detail• Resilient in dealing with routine tasks• Very strong communication skills – ability to communicate confidently at all levels and externally• Ability to summarise data in appropriate format• Organised• Proactive – ability to manage own workload• Ability to work to deadlines• Ability to take initiative• Proven interest in HR YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• Numerate • Confident in the use of Word and Excel• Knowledge of PowerPoint (ideal but not essential) • Experience of working with a database (essential)BCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOTo be the best collaborative partner for driving lasting change with our clients, BCG is thinking outside of the box and beyond traditional management consulting. To deepen our expertise, broaden our capabilities and better support our clients with what they need to win, we are partnering with and investing in new businesses and creating adjacent business models (ABMs). Several of these ABMs focused on enhancing our Digital capabilities. As Global Compensation Director for Digital this role will serve as a Strategic Business Partner for driving compensation strategy and approach across BCG’s Digital business lines. The Global Compensation Director will work as part of a small global reward Centre of Expertise to help drive the strategy and execution of compensation in the field and ensure that BCG’s compensation strategy in each of its Digital businesses is targeted and supports competitive positioning of the business. The Global Compensation Director will partner closely with Leadership, HR and Finance teams to define the compensation approach within Global frameworks. Additionally, the role will support senior level compensation offers, training on compensation best practices to business HR and finance. The role will also drive/support compensation related initiatives as appropriate and provide compensation expertise as the business requiresCompensation topics related to these Digital businesses are some of the most urgent and important priorities as BCG explores deals. We are looking for an experienced compensation professional who has a passion for working with entrepreneurs, creatively solving problems, and building and shaping approaches and processes.This position must demonstrate a significant understanding of compensation strategy and design, utilizing analytics, project management and communication skills to translate business strategy into compensation approach.The role requires an individual with a proven ability to ramp up quickly and run with projects, to be a self-motivated, team player, capable of functioning well in a global and multicultural setting, and able to work together with a wide range of individuals of all levels in the organization.YOU'RE GOOD ATThe Director in this role will be part of BCG's Global Compensation team, partnering day to day with our Adjacent Business Units (ABMs) and Global ABM HR teams. In this role the Director will:Be responsible for helping shape overall Digital Comp strategy; ensuring executive compensation structures appropriate to drive and recognize performance.Partner with leadership teams and HR to design comp structures, models and philosophy aligned with the economics and talent profile for our Digital businesses.Develop and maintain effective business partnerships and serve as a consultant in strategic and tactical approaches for all Compensation areas.Demonstrate the ability to understand business goals and market trends and leverage this insight to recommend and influence new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements.Partnering with ABM MD HR team to design and develop a Comp model (including KPI’s) for Managing Directors ensuring that they can attract and retain talent and drive desired behaviors.Create compensation models for staff that are market competitive for the desired talent profiles and internally consistent.Partnering with the leadership teams and HR on planning, designing, communicating and operationalizing market competitive total rewards packages aligned with the Comp model.Providing strategic comp advisory on all compensation issues, including market trends, comp structure, comp assessment in new businesses, benchmarking and individual role pricing.Assessing and managing risk for Digital business comp models and ensure that they comply with BCG’s risk guidelines.Developing and managing compensation ranges ensuring that they are aligned with their strategy and economic/business model.Own and manage compensation packages for senior level offers.Support the development of global, regional or local compensation standards and best practice. Formalize best practice sharing in areas such as benchmarking, variable compensation programs, communication.Partnering with Global Benefits team on assessing and comparing benefit provision.Own the Digital Comp project portfolio and contribute to assigned key initiatives across the range of areas covered by Global Compensation Team.YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s degree required; Master/ MBA a plus.15+ years of corporate and/or consulting compensation experience ideally with some exposure to technical/digital profiles, showing progression and leadership.Strong expertise in different compensation models, structure and vehicles.Familiarity with a number of different benchmarking surveys and approaches as well as job evaluation.Experience working across multiple geographies.Executive compensation experience.Experience creating balance scorecards and dealing with financial metrics and incentive plan KPI assessment.Familiarity with professional services companies and business models a plus.Proven ability to design creative solutions to ambiguous problems.Proven senior stakeholder and Leadership interaction and managements skills.Strong written and verbal communication skills (especially in relation to senior executives and partners).YOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCandidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Salt
      Looking to work with a brand that will have people impressed? Wanting to use your exceptional experience with a brand that values your ideas and collaboration? If so, this role as Talent Resourcing Partner at a high street, popular fashion brand is exactly what your new opportunity can deliver.Working for a 9 month FTC maternity cover Talent Resourcing Partner position to help achieve the ambitions of an established fashion brand while doing what you love!Key requirements:Strong Resourcing background, with Talent Management exposureDynamic business experience with colleagues at all levelsRetail or fashion sector experience is an advantage but not vitalDrive, energy, creativity with brilliant communication skillsEndless passion for the brand and culture.Fun, personable approach with a great sense of humour!Well versed in the entire recruitment process, understanding how to engage with a diverse talent tool, best use of sourcing methods and attraction platforms.Your role:Working closely with the Talent Resourcing Team, building effective talent pools, reducing cost her hire and high quality, diverse applicants through effective processes.Analysis of data to inform resourcing decisions and provide efficient solutions to improve time, cost and quality of hires whilst retaining talent.Staying up to date on the market to ensure the brand is staying relevantDevelop strong stakeholder relationships to help with the business achieve its strategic ambitions.Work efficiently prioritising effectively, managing your time to deliver the needs of the business.Report directly to the Head of Talent.Deliver exceptional recruitment strategy to ensure they grow, retain and replace the best talent.Work collaboratively with People Business Partners and Heads of Department to meet the business needs and formulate resourcing plansBenefits:25 days holiday entitlement, plus additional day off on your birthday & holiday buying schemeFamily-friendly working polices as well as enhanced parental leaveCompany Pension schemeLife Assurance policy for you & your loved ones, offering a lump sum either twice or four times your annual salaryHuge staff discounts at your favourite fashion brand of 50%!Private Medical coverFlexible working - to achieve the optimum work-life balanceShare Save schemes to opt intoCycle to Work Scheme for health and fitness mindful employeesDiscounts off local business.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Bluetownonline LTD
      Job Title: Human Resources AssistantLocation: LondonSalary: £19,000 to £22,000 per yearJob type: Permanent, Full time.The Role:The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is one of the world's most influential dance education and training organisations. With its newly-opened global headquarters in London, our work takes us into diverse communities, locally and around the world to widen access to dance and to share the benefits and wellbeing that it brings.To support the HR team with a wide range of services, including HRIS, recruitment and selection, freelance/casual contracting, DSE assessments, and L&D and benefits administration.Key Responsibilities and Duties:Assist with day to day operations of the HR functions and duties and provide clerical and administrative support to HR team including preparing organogram and power point presentations.Coordinating management-employee communications including those in long-term absence.Set up team meetings, Outlook invitations and other diary management.Contribute to ideas, support, implement and participate in engagement and well-being initiatives including writing up briefings and create social media posts in relation to recruitment and employee engagement.Attend and assist at RAD events as well as training sessions as required.Working with the whole HR team to improve processes and the HR service in an on-going basis.Planning, researching and implementing assigned projects.Attend regular one-to-one meetings with the Lead HR Officer, Town Hall and HR team meetings.Continuously learn the latest HR best practices to improve efficiency.Undertake the role with due regard to RAD policies including equality, diversity and inclusion, safeguarding, health and safety and Information management.Required Qualifications and Experience:Administrative experience.Experience of providing a proactive service to customers or stakeholders.Successfully completed GCSE level education (or equivalent) including Maths and English.Desirable Experience:Experience of using HR Information management systems or other databases.Experience of using an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) or similar.Experience of delivering an efficient and effective HR professional service, including recruitment, selection, on-boarding, off-boarding, contracting, learning and development administration.Personal Qualities:Excellent organisational skills, ability to plan, prioritise and manage own workload.Excellent ability on Microsoft Office including word, PowerPoint and excel.Social media skills including LinkedIn, Instagram and other social media sites as needed.Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.Excellent customer focus and interpersonal skills with the ability to deal with enquiries confidently.Attention to detail and ability to process data accurately.Proactive approach to work, using own initiative to problem solve.Ability to meet deadlines and see tasks through to completion.Ability to work with confidential and sensitive information and to judge when strict confidentiality is necessary.Thorough and tenacious, combined with tact, diplomacy and the ability to remain calm, demonstrating resilience under pressure.Benefits:25 days paid holiday plus bank holidays.Contributory pension scheme.Access to the Perkbox discounts platform - including an Employee Assistance Programme.WeCare scheme.Bupa cash plan.Life Assurance.Season ticket loan and cycle-to-work scheme.We also have a range of lunchtime activities including book club, street dance, Pilates and a craft club.Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of: Human Resources Executive, HR Assistant, Human Resources Administrator, HR Administrator, Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources, HR team Admin, Talent Development Administrator, Junior HR Advisor, Administrative Support, Office Administrator may also be considered for this role.
      • london - central, london
      • full-time
      • Ashdown Group Limited
      An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced HR Advisor or HR Generalist to join an award-winning digital marketing agency as their HR People Cultural Manager to lead the creation of their new department. This global agency has a stunning office based in central London and operates on a hybrid working model. They pride themselves on their employee culture ensuring development and workplace happiness for all their staff. This newly created role is yours to develop with the Heads of Department and will be a combination of talent acquisition, staff development, nurturing of culture and happiness and employee relations. Key responsibilities will be to work with the heads of department to standardise the recruitment process, create and manage new starter onboarding processes, standardise employee development plans, manage HR software and develop training programs for the company. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of HR experience, experience using HR software, knowledge of employment law, a great people person with excellent communication skills. A background in advertising/marketing would be beneficial but not essential. This role would suit an experienced HR Manager (CIPD qualification beneficial) who is a fresh thinker with a desire to make a mark. The salary on offer is up to 50,000 per annum + great benefits and an excellent work environment.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOHuman Resources (HR) Managers at BCG GAMMA take an innovative and holistic approach to our people processes. We are looking for a strategic and pragmatic, customer-centric HR champion to design, implement, and communicate compensation plans that attract and retain our team.The Global GAMMA Compensation Manager will drive analysis of people satisfaction, competitiveness of BCG GAMMA on all are markets, and derive a compensation strategy to ensure BCG GAMMA has best-in-class compensation programs to attract and retain top talent. You will help set base pay ranges, provide consultative guidance and execution support on compensation for new hires and promotes, administer bonus and incentive programs, and provide governance on compensation-related topics such as pay equity. You will work closely with internal Human Resources teams, firm leadership, and external vendors.YOU'RE GOOD ATConducting analysis on people sentiment, building set of recommendations to address issues identifiedResolving complex employee issues, in partnership with the GAMMA System leaders and key stakeholdersConducting benchmarking analysis and analysing external benchmark to develop a conviction for GAMMA’s compensation strategyManaging complexity in compensation across NAMR, EMESA and AP RegionsPartnering with Global Compensation counterparts to share benchmark data and ensure alignment amongst business units.Leading regular compensation increase processes (monthly to quarterly for consulting team)Coordinating with payroll and HRIS teams on all compensation related topics and changesManaging compensation related employee communications and developing an approach to Total Rewards statementsDelivering presentations in staff forums on compensation-related topics.Leveraging analysis on market positioning and salary ranges to ensure competitiveness. Providing scenario modelling and financial implications to support business decisions.Partnering with internal and external counsel to conduct pay equity analysis and ensure BCG is abiding equal pay policiesYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree and/or PHR/SPHR preferred 7 + years prior experience in HR or compensation administration in a professional services or corporate environment that is recognized for having best-in-class approaches to human resources administration, and to administrative and operational excellenceExperience with compensation, analytics systems, and benchmarking surveys a plus ( , Market Pay, Tableau, Mercer, Radford)Familiarity with Workday preferred Ability to perform successfully in a fast-paced, global, intellectually intense, service-oriented environment, keeping with BCG’s values and cultureAptitude for managing and maintaining large sets of data; using data to generate insightsMaturity and seasoning that engenders respect and trust from others, sound judgment, professionalism, strong interpersonal skills, and a collaborative styleClear and effective written and verbal communication skills; able to adapt for varied audiencesProven analytical capabilities; a quick study; a bright executive with a can-do attitude, a creative solution seeker and a readiness to try new approaches; decisive, pragmatic, and reason-mindedComfort working in the details and understanding the big picture; able to consider the ramifications of decisions on various constituenciesStrong organization skills and composure: ability to handle competing priorities and to work effectively in a challenging fast paced environmentExercises judgment in managing confidential/sensitive information; trustworthyUnderstanding of BCG policies, practices, structure and how decisions are madeCapacity to prioritize across multiple issues and to respond quickly with an appropriate sense of urgencyYOU'LL WORK WITHThe BCG Gamma Global HR Network is comprised of a HR Network is comprised of HR Generalist teams and key Centers of Excellence including HR Risk and Compliance, Global Benefits and Compensation, and System BST Talent Acquisition & HR Generalist team. You will also work in conjunction with BCG’s key Centers of Excellence including HR Risk and Compliance, Benefits and Compensation, and all system BST Talent Acquisition Teams. As a member of the Global Gamma HR team, you will partner with local and regional HR teams, subject matter experts, and external vendors to develop programs and policies to attract and retain top talent at BCG.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONABOUT GAMMABCG GAMMA is BCG’s team dedicated to AI. With over 1500 Data scientists from all over the world, BCG GAMMA delivers custom AI and software solutions that unlock significant business impact. BCG GAMMA combines innovative skills in computer science, artificial intelligence, statistics, and machine learning with deep industry expertise. The BCG GAMMA team is comprised of world-class data scientists; software engineers, business consultants who specialize in the use of advanced analytics to get breakthrough business results. Our teams own the full analytics value-chain end to end: framing new business challenges, building fact-bases, designing innovative algorithms, creating scale through designing tools and apps, and training colleagues and clients in new solutions. Here at BCG GAMMA, you’ll have the chance to work with employees in every BCG region. We are also a core member of a rapidly growing analytics enterprise at BCG – a constellation of teams focused on driving practical results for BCG clients by applying leading edge analytics approaches, data, and technology.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • eRecruitSmart
      This is an exciting time of growth and development for our client and they are recruiting for a Group HR Manager where you will have overall accountability for executing their people ; As they continue their mission to dismantle poverty by creating opportunity, through self-help, social trading, and business solutions they are looking for an experienced HR Manager to join them on this ; The position is based in London, with option for hybrid working.About the companyOur client is a social enterprise which was launched in 1991 and they opened their Foundation in 1995. They have helped thousands of vulnerable people take control of their lives. Over the past three decades their magazine has become synonymous with challenging, independent journalism, and renowned for securing exclusive interviews with the most elusive of superstars and currently circulates around 100,000 copies every ;About the roleAs the Group HR manager, you will:•Ensure all HR functions and services run smoothly and efficiently•Serve as a consultant to the senior management team on human resource and OD-related issues•Lead the HR team and develop ways to improve the talent management services such as recruitment, learning, benefits, wellbeing programmes and ;About the key responsibilities As Group HR Manager you will:•Provide day-to-day performance management guidance to line manager ( , coaching, career development, disciplinary actions)•Oversee recruitment, selection and the onboarding process•Manage and train the HR team•Provide HR policy guidance and interpretation•Manage and resolve complex employee relations issues•Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reduce legal risks, and ensure regulatory compliance•Work closely with managers and employees to improve work relationships, build trust, and increase productivity, engagement, and retention•Identify learning needs for business units, and manage annual learning and development plan as needed•Monitor various aspects of an employee’s performance, analyse trends, and develop solutions, programmes, policies, and decision-making tools for the senior managementRequired Experience, Competencies & Skills •Working knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines, including compensation practices, organisational diagnosis, employee and union relations, diversity, inclusion, performance management, and employment laws•Business Acumen•Communication•Consultation•Ethical Practice and sound judgment•Cultural Awareness•Relationship Management•Confidentiality, discretionEducation •BS degree in Human Resources or related field or CIPD qualification•MA degree in Human Resources or OD – preferred•Coaching qualification – preferredAbout youYou’re an experienced HR manager, who is able to manage all human resource services, and is confident to act as a consultant on human resources related issues and organisational changes to the Senior Management team.You are already good at and have:•Proven work experience as an HR manager•Excellent people management skills•Analytical and goal-oriented•Thorough knowledge of labour legislation•Full understanding of all HR functions and best practicesGeneral duties for everyone who is part of this social enterprise•Being committed to the social objectives of enterprise•Being an ambassador both externally and maintaining the professional reputation of your team internally•Adhering to and implementing the Equal Opportunities and other policies•Taking your part of the organisation’s shared responsibility for maintaining a safe working environment with a good standard of efficiencyAbout the rewardsFor the role of Group HR Manager, there is a salary on offer of circa £48,000 to £50,000 per annum and benefits include:•Holiday entitlement starting at 25 days per year plus bank holidays on top, increasing by 1 day for each year of employment up to 30 days•Free-of-charge access to employee benefits, discounts, and rewards platform•Company sick pay starting at 5 days of full pay, increasing by 5 days with each year of employment (up to 6 weeks)•Paid time off to care for a sick child or grandchild and a sick or elderly relation•Enhanced contribution to our workplace pension•Enhanced maternity/paternity pay•Comprehensive flexible working policy open to all staff from day 1 of employment•Free-of-charge BUPA healthcare cash plan scheme covering everything from dental and physiotherapy costs through to private consultations and scans•Access to our Employee Assistance programme which includes counselling and a range of therapies•Life cover - a lump sum for your family or loved ones if the unexpected happens•Comprehensive programme of professional skills trainingHow to ApplyPlease note that eRecruitSmart is advertising on behalf of the Hiring Company and your CV will be sent to the Hiring Manager who is responsible for the vacancy that you have applied ; Please only apply if you consent to these terms.You must have eligibility to work in the ; Please note, only suitable applicants will be ; If your address and contact details are not on your CV, you will not be considered.We look forward to hearing from you!HR, human resources, personnel, charity, not for profit, management,
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOYou will join the DigitalBCG recruiting team and be responsible for supporting the recruiting activities for BCG Platinion in London, Amsterdam, Brussels, and Johannesburg. You will act as a trusted advisor on the approach to identify, recruit and hire top talent and drive the implementation of this strategy. As a recruitment expert you will be expected to have a good understanding of the target groups and how to engage them. With input from DigitalBCG leadership you will operationalize the sourcing, screening, relationship building, offer preparation, offer delivery, and hiring processes for all candidates in a high-volume, fast-paced setting. It is critical that you maintain high quality standards and deliver a positive experience for all candidates and key stakeholders at each phase of the recruiting process. Your tasks will include:Responsible for end to end recruitment for BCG Platinion, which is part of DigitalBCGMaking the candidate and hiring manager experience your top prioritiesImplementing the recruiting strategy and sourcing candidates using different sourcing channels: direct approach, referrals, social media platforms, job boards, and moreDeveloping synergies and sharing best practices within the wider DigitalBCG and BCG recruiting teamWorking with Recruiting assistants and other Recruiters to develop synergies and efficient ways of workingLeading new projects and initiatives to improve the recruiting processManaging relationships with key senior stakeholders as a trusted partner and valued advisorBriefing and managing agencies when neededBuilding a deep understanding of both the Digital BCG businesses, role requirements and desired candidate profilesYOU'RE GOOD ATCreatively and persistently sourcing best in class talentProcess management and the ability to balance multiple tasks, candidates, and stakeholdersFiguring out the “why” behind the problemWorking with a strong attention to detail and accuracy, particularly when under pressureUsing your excellent interpersonal skills and service-oriented approach to build lasting partnerships with various stakeholders across levels, geographies, and groupsInfluencing and driving strategy through your strong business acumen, intellectual curiosity, judgement, and advisory skillsIdentifying areas for process improvement and owning the associated project tasks YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)3-5+ years of candidate sourcing and Recruiting process experienceExperience recruiting candidates into IT, product, engineering, or similar groupsAdvanced knowledge of sourcing tools like LinkedIn Recruiter and HiretualAdvanced knowledge of Applicant Tracking systemsAvature preferredWorking knowledge of collaboration tools like Slack, Trello, and SharePointBachelor’s degree requiredFluency in English requiredYOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • St John Ambulance
      6 Months Fix Term ContractAbout the RoleAs a Recruiter at St John Ambulance, you will work closely with managers and directors to source great candidates for a wide range of roles. You will do this by developing multi-channel campaigns to attract candidates for high volume and specialist roles throughout England.You will engage with candidates through advertising, social media and tools such as LinkedIn Recruiter. You will plan and attend careers events to champion the great opportunities St John offers. Working closely with the Recruitment Manager and HR team, you will help improve recruitment & selection practices and guide managers through the process.Please see the job description for more detail (this can be viewed on our website or once you click apply)About YouYou will be a passionate recruiter who has previously worked in an in-house recruitment role or agency and have experience working on a broad range of assignments including high volume and niche roles. St John Ambulance is a charity, but we are also a large, complex and commercial organisation, so you must be able to build strong relationships with people at all levels and be proactive and innovative in achieving results.For a confidential conversation, UsSt John Ambulance works at the heart of communities, providing first aid, keeping people safe at events and working alongside the NHS in response to 999 calls.Every year, hundreds of thousands of people learn how to save a life through our training, education and youth programmes.Over the next decade, we have bold ambitions to help transform out-of-hospital care, having a positive impact on the people we treat and the communities we serve.We are a team of 1,600 employees and 18,000 volunteers, united by our goal of saving lives through first aid.You will receive;Competitive salary & pension schemeCycle to work schemeHealth and Wellbeing portal - Access to financial, health and wellbeing guidance and support.Discounts - Blue Light, NHS Discounts and SJA discounts including discounts on mobile phone, gym membership, cinema, restaurants, holidays and shopping-including your weekly food shop.Interview Date: w/c 6th June 2022Application Review Date: w/c 30th May 2022We may review applications before the Application Review Date, however, if you apply after the Application Review Date, your application may not be considered. We will accept applications until we have successfully filled the role.We are committed to increasing the diversity of our team and making sure we best reflect the diversity of the communities we serve, so are particularly interested in applications from women, trans and non-binary people, as well as those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds and those with different accessibility needs.Please note: St John does not accept speculative CVs and will only review CVs sent in application for an advertised vacancy.Recruitment Agencies: We are not utilising the services of recruitment agencies for this vacancy and will accept direct applications only. Any speculative CVs submitted without invitation will not be considered.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Ashdown Group Limited
      HR Manager London Waterloo 60,000 plus benefits Fully office based A highly successful organisation based in London Waterloo are looking for a commercial, operational HR Manager to join their team. Managing a team of five this will be a hands on, HR Generalist role encompassing developing HR Policies and procedures, recruitment, supporting learning and development, coaching and upskilling middle managers and employee relations. The ideal candidate will come from a manufacturing, distribution, trade or construction environment and will be happy being hands on operationally. Reporting to the CEO, with a dotted line to the HR BP for the group you will provide support, advice and guidance to all areas of the business on an HR related matter. You will ideally be CIPD qualified with an impeccable understanding of HR best practice, with extensive ER knowledge. You will demonstrate a real desire to build relationships with stakeholders and will remain up to date with relevant legislation/practices. To be suitable for this HR Manager role you will have had exposure to: Leading the delivery of HR functions to a high standard A proven track record as an HR generalist with an extensive ER background A CIPD qualification or equivalent occupational experience Up to date knowledge of employment law The ability to shape and embed organisational strategies in HR A proven track record in developing HR policies and procedures to ensure legal compliance Knowledge and experience in introducing new ideas to improve employee engagement Overseen and managed a small multi-disciplined team Key responsibilities include: Oversee and manage the HR Recruitment functions Support and implement the HR strategies aligned to the business objectives Support and coach the management team on all people leadership matters, including business change and transformation. Forming strong relationships with the management team to be able to challenge and coach in a high-performance environment Partner with the management team to project management organisational and procedural changes within the business area Work with the parent Company to review and align practices across the Brands, including policy/practices, discipline, grievance, mentoring, salary and conditions, contracts, driving performance appraisals, succession planning and any other HR-related issues Provide data analytics (including headcount, labour turnover and compiling of exit interview data) Review and support the companys talent management processes within the business areas, including performance/potential management, resource planning, and succession planning Provide insight and recommendations on HR initiatives that can be leveraged to strengthen business results leadership/development programmes Working with senior managers to uncover the talent implications any significant gaps to meet long-term objectives and create a long-term workforce plan that prioritises people-related initiatives Monitor, measure, and report on HR issues, opportunities and development plans, and achievements within agreed formats and timescales Liaise with Directors and Managers to understand their HR requirements and ensure they are fully informed of the corporate HR strategy This is a fantastic opportunity to join an established organisation during a period of significant growth. This role is offering an initial starting salary of 60,000 plus benefits.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOIn this role, you will be part of BCG’s Global Compensation COE, which oversees the strategy, management and development of consulting teams, alternative business models (“ABM”), Specialty Businesses (SB), knowledge team and business services compensation programs. In this role you will support the strategy and execution of compensation in the field and help to ensure BCG has the most effective compensation practices. You will provide consultative guidance, recommendation and governance on Compensation related topics for assigned BCG markets. The Global Compensation Manager will be responsible for providing expert compensation advisory and support to align our strategy with the execution of our global compensation philosophy within the business. You will provide consultative guidance, and recommendations on compensation related topics for assigned BCG business areas and markets.You will also:Act as Global Comp advisor to BCG’s GAMMA, which is comprised of diverse talent models across the Applied Data Science, Advanced Technology as well as data, research and analysis.Develop and maintain effective relationships and stakeholder interactions with GAMMA Leadership, HR and Finance teams, serving as an advisor in strategic and tactical approaches to compensation Demonstrate the ability to understand business goals and market trends, leveraging this insight to recommend and influence new approaches, policies, and procedures to continually improve compensation managementBe responsible for helping shape GAMMA’s compensation strategy in each of its businesses and ensure they support the targeted competitive positioning of the business, ensuring that existing ranges across multiple geographies are up to date and relevantProvide strategic comp advisory on all compensation issues, including market trends, comp approach and structure, market benchmarking, and complex hiresCreate compensation models that are market competitive for the desired talent profiles of each business and are internally consistent whilst locally relevantProvide oversight and guidance to the Compensation Lead and Senior Specialist on the development of analyses to support business decisionsAssess and manage risk for GAMMA comp models and ensure that they comply with BCG’s risk guidelinesLead parts of the GAMMA comp project portfolio and contribute to assigned key initiatives across the range of areas covered by Global Compensation TeamPartner with the business on planning for compensation reviews and cycles, including outlining global timeline, providing market insights, developing guardrails for pay adjustments and co-ownership of any comp management training required.YOU'RE GOOD ATBusiness Partnering and delivering compensation expertise across a wide range of compensation topicsBuilding and maintaining effective relationships with leadership teams and HRStructuring, planning and prioritising work/projects effectively (for the short and long term) Working within a fast paced and changing matrix environment Data modelling and analysisTaking initiative and being self-motivatedSeeing the big pictureDemonstrating a mind-set of continuous improvement Providing expert level input and insightUnderstanding functional expert roles in different marketsUnderstanding of compensation practices in tech and professional services industriesDigital talent strategies, in particular comp practices YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s degree required; Master/ MBA a plus8+ years experience in Compensation / Reward, ideally gained in both consulting and corporate environmentsExperience working across a number of areas of compensation; including Program design and benchmarking and comp range creationFamiliarity with a number of different benchmarking surveys and approaches as well as job evaluationExperience working across several different geographies essential Ability to drive analysis and processes with limited guidance, and comfort with uncertainty ( potentially limited data)Familiarity with tech and professional services companies and business models a plusProven ability to design creative solutions to ambiguous problemsProven senior stakeholder and Leadership interaction and managements skillsStrong written and verbal communication skills (especially in relation to senior executives)YOU'LL WORK WITHGlobal Compensation Senior Manager and DirectorSenior GAMMA Leadership/other critical stakeholders of BCGLocal functional leadership (incl. HR, Finance and Office Heads)Regional HR and Finance DirectorsOther Global functions such as Mobility and Tax
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Bubb
      Work from We are looking for TAs to cover tech & 'non-tech' roles for high growth software We're bubb; the hottest thing to hit talent acquisition since that time you impatiently bit into that really hot pizza and burnt your mouth.We also, as the UK's hottest hiring startup, pride ourselves on being ultra modest at all times.We're new, rapidly scaling and we are here leading the charge on the new wave of digitally led recruitment. We've had some amazing companies jump on board including Fortinet, OpenPayd, IndeedFlex and Kaseya, who have so far enabled us to expand swiftly, and we're now fortunate enough to say that we are operating across 11 countries and counting.We're part machine, part human, and that's where you come in; recruiting great people doesn't happen without great people, and it's those people that will always make up the backbone of our business. Our Talent Partners slot into our tech stack, and it's this tech stack that powers your desk to enable you to be the best recruiter you can be. We're all about creative engagement, employer branding, candidate experience and automation. And it's this digital wizardry operating in the background that ensures that you're doing recruiting, not admin.Yeah, we hate admin.So if you're a great human, and a rockstar recruiter, then keep on reading!Talent Partners of all levels wanted!Well you don't really hear this in recruitment, but we don't like following rules so we're going for it!You can work from anywhere but bonus points for being able to spend time with the team in London. Think WeWork, free cookies, beer and board games. We are looking for TAs to cover tech (product & engineering) & 'non-tech for tech' (Customer Success, Account Executives etc) and bonus points for hybrid experience.The role itself Embedded within a client account, representing the client brand as an 'in-house' recruiterManaging pipeline, scheduling interviews, and candidate negotiations (the recruiter bit)LinkedIn searching and networking as per requiredLiaising with client side external stakeholdersWorking alongside bubb's creative team and account managers to optimise candidate attractionHaving fun hiring humans for awesome clients!What you'll get:Competitive salaries, bonus and equity options also availableA fancy Apple Macbook thingy & other home working equipment as requiredWeWork accessPaid holiday4 charity paid days off per yearContinual bubb fun stuffSo, if this sounds like you, then come and holla at us! Or just apply :)
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOThe EMESA (Europe, Middle East, South America and Africa) Experienced Hiring (EH) Director is a newly developed role at BCG. Together with your team, you will create, attract, acquire, and incubate talent to facilitate an interview ready pool of prospects across a broad range of talent segments and geographies, with a particular focus on our senior roles (typically 5y+ working experience). In this role, you will partner and engage with senior stakeholders to develop innovative sourcing and talent attraction strategies and programs aimed at ensuring that BCGers are always selecting from the very best talent available. You will play a key role in enhancing our inclusive culture by helping us build networks with candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds.As the EMESA EH Director, you will be an instrumental member of the EMESA People Team, reporting to the EMESA CT People Team Senior Director and interfacing regularly with the Global Recruiting team. You will be responsible for designing, building, and deploying a global and geographically dispersed team of ca 20 Talent Acquisition experts. You will also partner and engage with senior business leaders and Recruiting/HR Leaders to facilitate, pre-empt and build targeted intelligence for BCG’s future talent acquisition needs. Our hiring strategy includes proactively building a pipeline of passive talent to be shared with our recruiting delivery teams across the EMESA businesses, as well as supporting individual requisition-based searches and continuously evolving our sourcing approach in the market. YOU'RE GOOD ATYou’ll build, lead and coach the EMESA Experienced Hire team, creating the optimal team structure and skills to support our ambitious agenda, including planning ahead for future hiring needs. You will be driving a strong performance culture and provide your team with opportunities to grow their sourcing and recruiting careers.You’ll be responsible for all outbound sourcing channels - from design and planning to goal setting and resourcing, to the execution of innovative talent strategies that enable us to meet our hiring goals. Furthermore, you will be overseeing, developing, implementing, and managing outbound campaigns using a CRM and other tools. You will Work with our Recruiting Branding & Marketing team to ensure our organization remains an employer of choice.You’ll act as a consultative thought partner to our clients who are across multiple geographies, leading client intake sessions, brainstorming solutions and creating sourcing strategies to meet our hiring goals and objectives. In addition, you’ll be partnering closely with recruiting and business leadership to ensure we have effective talent attraction/sourcing support and coverage on all critical roles.You’ll design, build, and deploy a channel engagement matrix, and establish a data driven framework of talent pipeline communities to invest in. Together with our Recruiting Branding & Marketing team, you’ll ensure our organization remains an employer of choice.You’ll drive deep partnerships with key stakeholders to ensure a deep understanding of the various skills and competencies needed when looking for the best talentYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)You have a university degree ( , Master, MBA, JD, MD, PhD) and 10+ years of relevant leadership work experience in a global Talent Acquisition/Recruitment role with a focus on pipeline creation, research-based talent engagement. You have a proven understanding of TA marketing and segmentation.You have a strong track record of success in delivering innovative sourcing strategies that deliver top talent at scale. You bring evidence of strategic talent lead generation, creating narratives that impact the targeted talent pools, derived both at a global skills level and geographical availability. You have experience in partnering with and leading intake sessions on needs and desires with key stakeholders at multiple levelsYou have experience in designing best in class recruiting processes, and /or a background in executive assessment.You have an excellent technical aptitude in managing data as well as the ability to offer compelling insights through metrics such as pipeline data, pass through rates, hiring forecasts, and recruiting capacity. In addition, you bring a deep understanding of sourcing technology, market trends, and talent strategy.You bring sophisticated people management skills with the ability to coach, mentor and develop team members of all backgrounds and experience levels. You have the ability to lead a team focused on developing high touch points of engagement with passive candidates and key stakeholders. Ideally, you also have successfully managed remote or distributed teams.You have strong collaboration skills with the ability to influence at all levels of the organization and a strong executive presence, combined with excellent communication, organizational, and presentation skills.You are able to navigate ambiguity in a fluid and dynamic work environment. You have evidence of having implemented change in a global organization, ensuring understanding, participation, and ownershipIdeally, you have prior knowledge of the consulting industry and its specific talent needs.YOU'LL WORK WITHYou will be part of the EMESA regional CT People team, based across several EMESA offices, and report to the EMESA CT People Team Senior Director. You will be leading a team of ca 20 Talent Acquisition experts across several locations. You will be working closely with the Managing Director and Partner in charge of Recruiting, the business leaders in the markets ( Practice Area leaders), the local and global recruiting teams, as well as your peers leading other People Functions at regional level.
      • london - central, london
      • full-time
      • Ashdown Group Limited
      A highly successful, international business with offices in Central London (offering hybrid working) are looking for a Talent Acquisition Partner to join their team. You will work closely with the global leadership team to develop the talent acquisition strategies to recruit across the organisation, with all levels of experience, from trainee/graduate backgrounds to experienced mid and senior level management roles. The ideal candidate will have previous experience within an internal recruitment or talent acquisition. This is a fantastic opportunity to shape a recruitment function from scratch and really make a significant impact on a rapidly growing organisation. You will be responsible for identifying and attracting the very best people for the business; collaborating with hiring managers to create, develop, and execute targeted search strategies and build talent pipelines for future hires. You will also have the opportunity to take on special projects to drive improvements to the candidate and hiring manager experience. Its a busy and varied role that requires passion, creativity, and effective planning and strategy. The ideal candidate will have experience in a full-cycle recruitment role with demonstrable experience of developing and executing innovative search techniques, using LinkedIn, social media, and other tools to identify candidates. You will demonstrate the ability to develop practical and creative sourcing plans which deliver results and will have the ability to develop strong relationships with all stakeholders. This role offers flexible, hybrid working. The starting salary is up to 70,000 plus bonuses and great benefits.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Hiring People
      Job Description: Youth Employment Coordinator Full Time: Monday- Friday 9am-5pm (38 hours Per week)OMG Education offers mentoring, traineeships, study programmes, apprenticeships, and personal development workshops to build and enhance the skills of young people. Additionally, we have extensive experience in mentoring young offenders and delivering advice and guidance within a prison environment as well as delivering successful resettlement outcomes.Company VisionTo be recognised as the premier organisation for education, training, and mentorship of young people and known for its excellence in teaching and learning.Mission StatementTo positively impact the lives of young people through education, training, and mentorship. We strive to protect their rights, reduce disadvantages, and help them face the challenges of life.Job RoleThe main objective of this post is to enable young people to engage with and access open employment. The Youth Employment Coach will achieve this by the recruitment of young people, overseeing their development whilst they are in employment as well as supporting those moving into employment.Main duties•To hold significant knowledge of how to engage and develop a student’s vocational skills and personal social development•To actively seek young people who are in the Music and Entertainment industry, and be able to help them progress within their roles•Be able to work towards a set of KPI’s in regard to progressing young people within their roles•Providing in Work support to young people•Carry out a Diagnostics Assessment to determine what level the young person is currently at•To publicise our services by establishing contacts with local referral agencies in order to increase recruitment and retention•To maintain existing relationships and contracts to provide work placements for the young people who are not currently in work•Achieve a range of set quantitative and qualitative targets using a caseload management approach•Take a proactive and highly visible approach to developing working relationships with employers, including provision of feedback, agreeing priorities and reviewing arrangements•To ensure that each young person’s Personal Development Plan is regularly reviewed and that they are assisted to achieve their employment and personal development goals•To organise and run weekly job clubs for the young people who are not currently in work, providing advice and guidance on all aspects of moving on into employment in a group and one to one setting•To provide regular, accurate, appropriate and timely reports to agreed deadlines in order to monitor progress•To work in accordance within the limits and parameters as set out in OMG's policies and procedures•Assisting young people in building their CV, Job Specification and Cover Letter Writing•Job brokering and reverse job marketing with all young people•Effective reverse marketing to secure employment for the young people who are currently not in employment•Smart and effective caseload management•Provide tailored and effective In Work Support to young people who are in employment•To ensure students maintain appropriate levels of respect, communication etc. to all students and staff whilst on-site•To be the key mentor for students, ensuring their action plans and reviews are kept up-to-date both in their files•To be proactive in keeping channels of communication fluid, and regular between employers and the employees•To build relationships with young people by participating in activities relevant to their emotional, social, academic, domestic, and professional needs•To be able to deliver workshops including Personal Social Development (PSD) and basic computer skills•To always respond in a suitable manner to the welfare of young people•To have experience in working with vulnerable groups and students who concurrently require mentoring/pastoral support, alongside education/EET support•Focus on the quality of the learner journey and develop alongside employers•To commit to a programme of Continuous Professional Development•Any other duties which may reasonably fall under the remit of this post•To work as a part of a multidisciplinary team that works with young people to help identify and meet their personal, learning and work needs•To ensure all work is neat, organised, dated, trackable and auditable by internal quality managers and external•Be able to work independently with regular appraisal•To carry out any other reasonable requests by management, consistent with the nature of the role•Enable young people to spot opportunity and access relevant support to make positive changes and develop skillsIn Common with other staff•To read and support all OMG’s core policies including safeguarding and equal opportunities and to work actively to overcome discrimination on grounds of race, sex, disability, sexuality, age or status in our services•To carry out all duties in accordance with Health & Safety and safeguarding requirements•To ensure that the highest standards are adhered to at all times with the highest quality provision•To promote a vibrant culture with an uncompromising commitment to excellence and fully integrated support and development services, reflecting the needs of those accessing the service•To work as a part of a multi-disciplinary team that works with young people to help identify and meet their personal, social, learning and work needs•Follow the lead from line management to ensure that all performance and contractual targets are met and exceeded ensuring that all client data is recorded in a timely and accurate manner•Your approach to work should demonstrate and reflect OMG’s values•The above mentioned duties are neither exclusive nor exhaustive and the post holder may be required to carry out such other appropriate duties as may be required by the line manager, within the grading level of the post and the competency of the post holderPerson SpecificationEssential•The ideal candidate must have experience of face to face customer service in an employment advice/support related post and can demonstrate their ability to establish networks of contacts, facilitate work placements and support their development to access employment opportunities•Experience working with young people or those with multiple barriers•Experience in meeting and exceeding job entry and outcome targets•Experience in Employer Engagement•Highly motivated individual•Confident in the use of MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel and Outlook•Knowledge of Safeguarding and Prevent Processes•Qualification in Advice and Guidance Qualification Level 3 or aboveDesirable•PTLLS Teaching QualificationPersonal Qualities•A passion for supporting participants in overcoming barriers and reaching their potential•A belief and determination in making a difference•Flexibility and adaptability to change•Excellent organisational skills and attention to detailOMG is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOIn this role, you will be part of BCG’s Global Compensation COE, which oversees the strategy, management and development of consulting teams, alternative business models (“ABM”), knowledge team and business services compensation programs. In this role you will support the strategy and execution of compensation in the field and help to ensure BCG has the most effective compensation practices. You will provide consultative guidance, recommendation and governance on Compensation related topics for assigned BCG markets. You will also:Be a trusted Global Comp business partner to BCG’s ABMs with a strong focus on Digital Business lines.Develop and maintain effective relationships and stakeholder interactions with ABM Leadership, HR and Finance teams and serve as a consultant in strategic and tactical approaches to compensation across BCG’s Digital business lines. Demonstrate the ability to understand business goals and market trends and leverage this insight to recommend and influence new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements. Be responsible for helping shape BCG’s compensation strategy in each of its Digital businesses and ensure they support competitive positioning of the business.Providing strategic comp advisory on all compensation issues, including market trends, comp structure, comp assessment in new businesses, benchmarking, and individual role pricing.Create compensation models for staff that are market competitive for the desired talent profiles and internally consistent. Develop models and analyses to support business decisionsPartnering with ABM MD HR team to design and develop a Comp model (including KPI’s) for Managing Directors ensuring that they are able to attract and retain talent and drive desired behaviours and support MD level compensation offers.Assess and manage risk for Digital ABM comp models and ensure that they comply with BCG’s risk guidelines. Lead parts of the Digital ABM comp project portfolio and contribute to assigned key initiatives across the range of areas covered by Global Compensation Team.Compensation topics related to these Digital businesses are some of the most urgent and important priorities as BCG explores deals. We are looking for an experienced compensation professional who has a passion for working with entrepreneurs, creatively solving problems, and building and shaping approaches and processes.Part of cross-functional M&A team supporting new business acquisitions and tuck ins.YOU'RE GOOD ATBusiness Partnering and delivering compensation expertise across a wide range of compensation topics.Building and maintaining effective relationships with leadership teams and HRWorking within a fast paced and changing environment Data modelling and analysisTaking initiativeSeeing the big pictureDemonstrating a mind-set of continuous improvement Providing expert level input and insightUnderstanding functional expert roles in different marketsUnderstanding of compensation practices in tech and professional services industriesDigital talent strategies, in particular comp practices YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s degree required; Master/ MBA a plus12+ years of corporate and or consulting comp experience, ideally including tech/digital profiles, showing progression and leadership roleExperience working across a number of areas of compensation; including Program design and benchmarking and comp range creationFamiliarity with a number of different benchmarking surveys and approaches as well as job evaluationExperience working across several different geographies essential Ability to drive analysis and processes with limited guidance, and comfort with uncertainty ( potentially limited data)Familiarity with tech and professional services companies and business models a plusProven ability to design creative solutions to ambiguous problemsProven senior stakeholder and Leadership interaction and managements skillsStrong written and verbal communication skills (especially in relation to senior executives)Executive compensation experience desirableYOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Whalar
      Position: Talent PartnerLocation: London (Remote)Start Date: ASAP Are you an independent strategic thinker? A problem-solver? Are you curious about what’s happening in culture? Do you want to work with people who are passionate about what they do? Welcome to Whalar. We are a creator commerce company that works with Creators & Influencers, global brands and social platforms to deliver award winning creative and content, manage talent and build proprietary technology to empower the creator economy. We are passionate, curious and independently minded.Over the past few years, we have built a diverse, successful and fast growing global business. We are fortunate to work with some of the world’s best known brands. Our reputation and commitment to excellence has enabled us to become a preferred partner of TikTok, YouTube, Meta, Twitter and Snap. We have a dedicated team of engineers building innovative technology and we have the unique opportunity to support the growing careers of many of the rising stars and most talented creators in the ;We believe this is a rare chance to join a truly special team and to help us shape the future of a highly respected, growth oriented business that is committed to doing well by doing RoleYour Impact We are looking for a Talent Partner (Recruiter) to help us build and scale Whalar, EMEA during this explosive stage of growth. This is a high-impact role, partnering with our business teams to drive our talent acquisition strategy. This will be an instrumental role in keeping Whalar a global leader in the Influence space.AbilitySelf-starter: Gets up every day expecting to make an impact and loves the thrill of recruiting.Intelligence: Learn quickly and independently.Communication: Excellent communication skills and the ability to articulate yourself clearly with intent.Proactivity: Resourceful, has grit, and a positive “can do” attitude; acts without being told what to ; Diversity Minded: Understands the importance of diversity in the workplace and advocates for it.Attention to detail: Does not let important details slip through the cracks or derail a project.Creativity: Brings new ideas to the table.Persistence: Demonstrates tenacity and willingness to go the distance to get something done.Flexibility/adaptability: Is cool with rapidly changing priorities and projects.Calm under pressure: Ability to navigate and manage priorities under tight timelines.Experience3+ years of full-cycle recruiting experience in a fast-paced, high-growth environmentIdeally, 1+ years recruiting for Marketing, Advertising, or Influencer agencies or startup environmentProven abilities to attract/hunt passive candidates and build strong pipelinesExcellent at selling value proposition, negotiating, and closing great candidatesExperience collaborating with key stakeholders across the organization, gaining trust, and working with teams to iterate on the processHigh attention-to-detail and ability to juggle multiple reqsSharp eye for business with the ability to listen, ask relevant questions, and think three steps aheadAbility to effectively articulate the Whalar value proposition and story to candidatesAbility to establish relationships by phone, email, and social media channelsWorking knowledge of ATS tools (Greenhouse a bonus!) and recruiting technologiesA passion for building diverse teams and delivering an exceptional candidate experience Whalar is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Whalar is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status.
      • london - south, london
      • full-time
      • Ashdown Group Limited
      Head of HR SE London (SE ,000 A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced HR Generalist to join an exceptionally well regarded private school based in SE London as their Head of HR. Reporting to the Operations Director and the wider Exec team you will be responsible for developing and leading the HR strategy and operational plans. This is a highly visible role and one in which you will really be able to make an impact. The primary focus of this Head of HR role is to be instrumental in driving the people agenda forward; making effective decisions and influencing senior leaders when necessary. The ideal candidate will have worked in a senior HR role within a school environment; either as a HR Manager, HR Specialist or Head of HR. You will have the ability to develop excellent stakeholder relationships and as you lead the HR department ensuring they are supported to provide timely and accurate services to all, whilst all the while ensuring compliance, accuracy and best practice. You will be CIPD qualified ideally and will have expert knowledge across UK employment law. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a collaborative but fast paced educational environment supporting and nurturing our staff body of over 400 individuals, all passionate about working together to further develop an exceptional learning environment. The salary on offer for this Head of HR role is 65,000 plus benefits.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Amazon UK
      2042197Location: This role can be based in London, Munich, Madrid or Luxembourg, Milan or Warsaw.At Amazon we believe that every day is still day one. A day to take a first step. A day to look forwards to new challenges. And today is that day for you. It's your day to be part of something great. A day to make your ideas come to life. And your day to join a company that redefines itself every day. That's the energy and passion behind Amazon. At Amazon, we're working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. To get there, we need exceptionally talented, bright and driven people. Amazon is one of the most recognizable brand names in the world and we distribute millions of products each year to our loyal customers.Our overall mission is simple: We want Amazon to be the place where our customers can find, discover and buy anything online. Whatever our customers want, we will find the means to deliver it. With your help, Amazon will continue to enable people to discover new worlds.This is your chance to make history.We are looking to hire a talented and committed Polish Speaking Graduate Recruiter for our EU Operations Recruiting team based to play a critical role in managing Amazon's growth and additional hiring requirements.To be considered for this role, you must be fluent in English and Polish, and a recent graduate from a Bachelor's/Master's degree.Polish Speaking Graduate Recruiter core Responsibilities:#Partner with hiring teams to build effective sourcing, assessment, and closing approaches with an ability to manage customer/partner expectations through a deep understanding of return on investment.#Must be able to understand how to recruit passive candidates and possess the mentality to profile people and gauge chemistry of candidates for fit and understand their motivation" rather than sell a role.#Build and maintain network of potential candidates through pro-active market research and on-going relationship management; conducts in-depth interviews of potential candidates, demonstrating ability to anticipate hiring manager preferences through high offer-to-interview ratios.#Recommend ideas and strategies related to recruitment of talent that will contribute to the long-range growth of the company, implementing any new processes and fine-tuning current processes for recruiting that fits within Amazon's mission to deliver the highest quality results to the customer.#Articulate in writing a plan with deliverables, timelines and a formal tracking process.#Interview candidates within the framework of the position specification and Amazon’s Leadership Principles. Possess strong ability to screen, interview and prepare a candidate slate within an appropriate and consistent timeline.#Participate in special projects/recruiting initiatives, including assessment of best practices in interviewing techniques, leveraging of internal sources of talent and identification of top performers for senior-level openings. Polish Speaking Graduate Recruiter basic Qualifications:#Fluency in both English and Polish#You recently obtained or are working towards a Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree#Communication skills, organizational and negotiation skills, with a keen focus on delivering business results#Possess analytical skills with ability to create, measure, and scale the right workflow between candidates, hiring managers, and the recruiting team Polish Speaking Graduate Recruiter preferred Qualifications:#Though not required, prior work experience can be beneficialAbout our Rewards:We’ll expect you to go the extra mile, but we’ll also make sure you’re well rewarded. As well as a competitive salary, stock units and site performance-related pay potential, we offer a whole host of other benefits, including an employee discount. Additionally, you will find yourself in a stimulating environment where you can develop processes as well as yourself as an individual by working with some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Our rapidly growing organisation also offers many opportunities for building a diverse and rewarding career. To apply for this Polish Speaking Graduate Recruiter position, please click on the apply button! Standard ImagesAmazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe passionately that employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience and skills. We value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. Amazon takes data protection seriously and respects EU and local data protection laws. Unless you express otherwise, by submitting your CV you authorize the hiring Amazon company to store your personal information in the electronic database maintained by Amazon Corporate LLC. in the USA or one of its affiliates for the purpose of assessing your suitability for this and future job vacancies and to pursue your recruiting process. If at any time you want your personal data to be deleted, you simply need to notify the hiring Amazon company. Amazon will not share your personal information with any third party without your prior consent. As part of your interview process with Amazon you may be asked to authorize the hiring Amazon company to separately verify your application data and personal background through a third party service provider.Please consult our Privacy Notice ( ) to know more about how we collect, use and transfer the personal data of our candidates.
      • greater london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOThe Recruiter role will support talent acquisition activities across the EMEA region with responsibility for vacancy management and recruiting operations for specific businesses. This full lifecycle recruiter role will support a diverse range of positions from inception through to completion with responsibility for managing stakeholder relationships, candidate sourcing, vendor management, talent selection, interview scheduling, offer management and on-boarding. Working in close partnership with the regional and global teams, the role will also have wider responsibilities supporting regional strategy, operational effectiveness and recruitment best practice across the EMEA region.YOU'RE GOOD ATFull lifecycle management of vacancies across a diverse range of industries and organization functions within the regionManaging key stakeholder relationships, as a trusted partner and valued advisor, building a deep understanding of their business, role requirements and desired candidate profilesIdentifying high quality candidates through the proactive sourcing of active and passive candidates via multiple recruitment channels, as well as, build talent pipelines to fill current and future roles while driving improvements in time to hireLeveraging internal talent sources to drive mobility, employee referrals and alumni engagement in the regionManaging the candidate experience through efficient process management, supporting interview scheduling where requiredConducting first round interviews for all suitable candidates, providing a competency based assessment and candidate recommendationManaging recruitment campaigns for any volume hiring needs or brand building eventsUtilizing the applicant tracking system to actively track, manage and report on candidate pipelines to enhance stakeholder communication and ensure effective process managementArticulating the global talent brand and candidate value proposition to the region and subsequent promotion to the appropriate talent markets in each countrySupporting the regional recruitment strategy for the Americas region by contributing to and implementing regional initiatives to global projectsUpholding global best practices for the region to drive operational effectiveness through process improvements, while ensuring hiring managers and other customers are informedDemonstrated ability to build strong stakeholder relationships through a dedicated focus on client service and deliveryProven experience managing multiple searches through strong project management and prioritization skillsHave the ability to be responsive and effective in a fast-paced yet consensus-based corporate cultureYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s Degree with high academic achievement required4-6+ years of recruitment or talent acquisition experience requiredIn-house full lifecycle recruitment experience in a global setting is highly preferredStrong behavioral and competency-based interviewing experienceClear and effective communication skills, both written and verbalDeep knowledge and proven success of utilizing LinkedIn Recruiter for successful hiresWell versed with Applicant Tracking Systems (Brassring, Taleo, iCIMs, etc.), as well as, digital products (Trello, Slack, Egnyte, etc.)Ability to multi-task and operate effectively in a matrix organizationYOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.
      • city of london, london
      • full-time
      • La Fosse Associates
      The role contributes to organisational development workstreams designed to bring about a significant shift in culture change that is sustainable and directly impacts the organisation's performance. It is a role which has significant cross-functional impact across the organisation. The must-haves:* Working with teams across the organisation to support a programme of interventions which helps achieve its ambition of becoming an inclusive organisation. This includes working with diversity networks, champions and internal experts.* To contribute research, analysis and ideas to the development of the People strategy in order to ensure that initiatives on diversity and inclusion are integrated and aligned with strategic and business goals.* To design and deliver initiatives which foster a more diverse workforce and an inclusive culture, across different business areas.* To role model values and behaviours in interactions with stakeholders internally and externally to support culture change. To develop inclusive leadership through work with senior leaders and managers.* To design and facilitate in-house events ( workshops, away days) as required.* To work with Internal Communications to ensure effective communication and engagement in diversity and inclusion initiatives.
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