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        • stevenage, east of england
        • contract
        • £10.95 per hour
        • randstad business support
        Role: Recruitment Administrator Contract: 6 months Rate: £10.95 per hour / working 37 hours per week Location: Hertfordshire - Stevenage, Daneshill House Key ResponsibilitiesTo provide effective administration to enable recruitment processes to run smoothly, including advertising positions, pre selecting candidates, handling queries, arranging assessments and using HR systems to track applications and set up new starters.Take opportunity to identify improvements in existing recruitment processes that improve service delivery.To ensure recruitment website content and relevant social media accounts are kept up to date and used to engage with potential candidates.To keep recruitment trackers up to date and highlight where KPIs around service delivery are off track and action required to address this.To act as the SPOC (single point of contact) for candidates from applicant stage through to joining BCH, in an engaging way that gives candidates confidence that it is the right organisation and role for them.To work proactively with hiring managers to ensure a good understanding of recruitment requirements and their understanding of roles and responsibilities through the recruitment process.To take responsibility for improving processes and ways of working, optimising use of digital technology that results in a better end user experience.To provide administrative support to internal recruitment moves, including support with postings and promotions processes.To support recruitment information evenings and selection and assessments centres where required.To work closely with the HR transaction team and contracts team in the issuing of offer letters and contracts to ensure information is accurate and relevant to the candidate. Entry RequirementsMinimum educated to NVQ Level 2 or equivalent experience.Knowledge of HR systems and database desirable.Experience of working in a HR team, or customer service environment.Experience working with processing large volumes of data whilst maintain accuracy of information.Demonstrate ability to build good relationships across a range of roles and understand customer requirement well.Ability to problem solve and suggest correction course of action where required.Excellent attention to detail.Demonstrate interest in working with different technological and digital solutions to improve service delivery. Please apply to get your CV in front of the hiring manager! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        Role: Recruitment Administrator Contract: 6 months Rate: £10.95 per hour / working 37 hours per week Location: Hertfordshire - Stevenage, Daneshill House Key ResponsibilitiesTo provide effective administration to enable recruitment processes to run smoothly, including advertising positions, pre selecting candidates, handling queries, arranging assessments and using HR systems to track applications and set up new starters.Take opportunity to identify improvements in existing recruitment processes that improve service delivery.To ensure recruitment website content and relevant social media accounts are kept up to date and used to engage with potential candidates.To keep recruitment trackers up to date and highlight where KPIs around service delivery are off track and action required to address this.To act as the SPOC (single point of contact) for candidates from applicant stage through to joining BCH, in an engaging way that gives candidates confidence that it is the right organisation and role for them.To work proactively with hiring managers to ensure a good understanding of recruitment requirements and their understanding of roles and responsibilities through the recruitment process.To take responsibility for improving processes and ways of working, optimising use of digital technology that results in a better end user experience.To provide administrative support to internal recruitment moves, including support with postings and promotions processes.To support recruitment information evenings and selection and assessments centres where required.To work closely with the HR transaction team and contracts team in the issuing of offer letters and contracts to ensure information is accurate and relevant to the candidate. Entry RequirementsMinimum educated to NVQ Level 2 or equivalent experience.Knowledge of HR systems and database desirable.Experience of working in a HR team, or customer service environment.Experience working with processing large volumes of data whilst maintain accuracy of information.Demonstrate ability to build good relationships across a range of roles and understand customer requirement well.Ability to problem solve and suggest correction course of action where required.Excellent attention to detail.Demonstrate interest in working with different technological and digital solutions to improve service delivery. Please apply to get your CV in front of the hiring manager! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        • london, london
        • interim
        • £35,000 - £45,000 per year
        • digby morgan
        We are partnered with a Global Fintech organisation who are looking to add a Talent Acquisition Partner to their recruitment team. This is fantastic opportunity for someone who is used to high volume recruitment in either an in-house or agency/RPO environment. This is initially a 6 month interim position, offering great exposure within one of the most well know fintech companies in the world. Role Responsibilities:Establish and maintain relationships with hiring managers to stay abreast of current and future hiring and business needsPerform searches for qualified candidates according to relevant job criteria, using computer database, networking, Internet recruiting resources, head-hunting, social media and employee referralsInterview and screen candidates to obtain information on work history, training, education and job skillsLiaise with Talent Sourcing teams and Recruitment Coordinators to ensure efficiency and optimise recruitment strategiesPrepare and maintain employment recordsManage full recruitment life cycle from intake meetings to offer management Inform potential applicants about facilities, operations, benefits, and job or career opportunities in organisation The ideal candidate will have 4 + years of recruitment experience, direct sourcing skills are a requirement. This would be a great fit for a talent recruiter who has RPO or high volume/strategic accounts agency experience or from a similar internal environment. Tech recruitment experience is desirable, this role will be recruiting in multiple disciplines. This organisation has a high-performance culture and would suit a proactive individual who likes to work with autonomy and who is always open to learning. This process will move very fast so please don't hesitate to apply if you are interested!
        We are partnered with a Global Fintech organisation who are looking to add a Talent Acquisition Partner to their recruitment team. This is fantastic opportunity for someone who is used to high volume recruitment in either an in-house or agency/RPO environment. This is initially a 6 month interim position, offering great exposure within one of the most well know fintech companies in the world. Role Responsibilities:Establish and maintain relationships with hiring managers to stay abreast of current and future hiring and business needsPerform searches for qualified candidates according to relevant job criteria, using computer database, networking, Internet recruiting resources, head-hunting, social media and employee referralsInterview and screen candidates to obtain information on work history, training, education and job skillsLiaise with Talent Sourcing teams and Recruitment Coordinators to ensure efficiency and optimise recruitment strategiesPrepare and maintain employment recordsManage full recruitment life cycle from intake meetings to offer management Inform potential applicants about facilities, operations, benefits, and job or career opportunities in organisation The ideal candidate will have 4 + years of recruitment experience, direct sourcing skills are a requirement. This would be a great fit for a talent recruiter who has RPO or high volume/strategic accounts agency experience or from a similar internal environment. Tech recruitment experience is desirable, this role will be recruiting in multiple disciplines. This organisation has a high-performance culture and would suit a proactive individual who likes to work with autonomy and who is always open to learning. This process will move very fast so please don't hesitate to apply if you are interested!
        • kidderminster, west midlands
        • temp to perm
        • £24,000 - £24,000, per year, Additional Benefits
        • randstad inhouse services
        Are you looking for an immediate start role? Do you enjoy working as part of a team and engaging with people? Are you looking to gain skills in a new sector to improve your CV and gain invaluable work experience?Why not apply to work with the world's largest recruitment company supporting one of our newest and biggest clients.Randstad are looking for a number of Team Members to work within our lively head office environment, based in Hartlebury, Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£24,000 per annumHours: Between 7am and 6pmYou must be flexible to work outside of the above core hours including early mornings, late evenings, weekends and bank holidaysShift patterns are also available to support work life balance which can include evenings and fixed weekends.40 hours PER WEEKBenefits :-Free on-site parkingFree tea and coffee facilitiesAccess to exclusive benefits including discounts at high street stores, restaurants and cinemasMonthly superstar and yearly performance and recognition awards with great financial incentivesBonus structure Full training and development plansResponsibilitiesThe role of recruitment administrator is varied and would suit those from a high volume administration background, inbound or outbound contact centre or similar. As a recruitment administrator, you may be responsible for individual candidates or a specific part of the candidate application journey, details of which can be found below. You will be working in a target driven and fun environment in which Randstad has strict targets to meet each week.Ensuring that all applicants are engaged through the recruitment process with daily contact, progress updates and a friendly and professional serviceEnsuring that all successful applicants meet strict compliance requirements including eligibility to work checks, DBS checks and driving checksAnswering inbound calls, making outbound calls and using text/email communications to provide and request informationChecking and updating various data systems and suites to maintain accurate candidate recordsAdministering a payroll process and reconciling against payroll reports About youTo succeed in this role you'll have a passion for hard work, be team orientated and be able to work alone and on specific tasks to support the overall goals of the business.Experienced in working on a number of different tasks at once and able to focus on one part of a processHave strong IT skills including multitasking with different programs and the ability to easily learn new systemsDemonstrate excellent verbal and written communications skills at all timesBe able to display where you have worked in a diverse, fast paced, evolving environment Have a passion for accuracy and attention to detailKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and meeting demanding but achievable targetsExperience in a busy office or call centre environment is highly desirableExperience or understanding of the recruitment industry Passionate about process improvement and efficiency and willing to contribute to new ways of workingOwn transport or locality is essential due to the location of the office. The office is Covid-19 secureShould your application be progressed, you'll be invited to our office to participate in an assessment centre to test your skills within an administration environment. Our team is growing at a high rate and we have start dates planned regularly over the coming weeks and months. We welcome applicants seeking flexible and permanent work and look forward to hearing from you. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfq2WABwL_4nFU5-czwp0Lh7F69VZTsEvwcunVBTNBRnmKmsw/viewform
        Are you looking for an immediate start role? Do you enjoy working as part of a team and engaging with people? Are you looking to gain skills in a new sector to improve your CV and gain invaluable work experience?Why not apply to work with the world's largest recruitment company supporting one of our newest and biggest clients.Randstad are looking for a number of Team Members to work within our lively head office environment, based in Hartlebury, Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£24,000 per annumHours: Between 7am and 6pmYou must be flexible to work outside of the above core hours including early mornings, late evenings, weekends and bank holidaysShift patterns are also available to support work life balance which can include evenings and fixed weekends.40 hours PER WEEKBenefits :-Free on-site parkingFree tea and coffee facilitiesAccess to exclusive benefits including discounts at high street stores, restaurants and cinemasMonthly superstar and yearly performance and recognition awards with great financial incentivesBonus structure Full training and development plansResponsibilitiesThe role of recruitment administrator is varied and would suit those from a high volume administration background, inbound or outbound contact centre or similar. As a recruitment administrator, you may be responsible for individual candidates or a specific part of the candidate application journey, details of which can be found below. You will be working in a target driven and fun environment in which Randstad has strict targets to meet each week.Ensuring that all applicants are engaged through the recruitment process with daily contact, progress updates and a friendly and professional serviceEnsuring that all successful applicants meet strict compliance requirements including eligibility to work checks, DBS checks and driving checksAnswering inbound calls, making outbound calls and using text/email communications to provide and request informationChecking and updating various data systems and suites to maintain accurate candidate recordsAdministering a payroll process and reconciling against payroll reports About youTo succeed in this role you'll have a passion for hard work, be team orientated and be able to work alone and on specific tasks to support the overall goals of the business.Experienced in working on a number of different tasks at once and able to focus on one part of a processHave strong IT skills including multitasking with different programs and the ability to easily learn new systemsDemonstrate excellent verbal and written communications skills at all timesBe able to display where you have worked in a diverse, fast paced, evolving environment Have a passion for accuracy and attention to detailKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and meeting demanding but achievable targetsExperience in a busy office or call centre environment is highly desirableExperience or understanding of the recruitment industry Passionate about process improvement and efficiency and willing to contribute to new ways of workingOwn transport or locality is essential due to the location of the office. The office is Covid-19 secureShould your application be progressed, you'll be invited to our office to participate in an assessment centre to test your skills within an administration environment. Our team is growing at a high rate and we have start dates planned regularly over the coming weeks and months. We welcome applicants seeking flexible and permanent work and look forward to hearing from you. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfq2WABwL_4nFU5-czwp0Lh7F69VZTsEvwcunVBTNBRnmKmsw/viewform
        • london, london
        • interim
        • £40,000 - £50,000 per year
        • digby morgan
        Our client, a well-known science and technlogy innovator, is seeking an experienced In-House Talent Sourcer to join their UK team. This is a temporary role (6 months) in a global, multi-faceted business. Working with a high performaing team of global Talent Sourcers and Talent Acquisition Partners, this role is responsible for recruitment primarily commercial roles across a number of operating companies in a matrixed environment. This role also offers remote working and global recruitment exposure. Role Responsibilities:Work closely with the recruiters and hiring managers to understand hiring needs, define sourcing strategies and add market insights to help influence outcomesResearch, identify and cultivate external talent networks that will further progress the company's talent strategyWork both independently and with the Talent Acquisition team to craft search strategies and develop outreach lists that can be used for current and future roles Execute on tactical outreach, referral generation, events, and pipelining efforts and crafting custom outreach and meaningful candidate engagementOwn candidate relationships all the way to the point of an in-person interview, and be tightly integrated into the feedback process during the interview processRecommend and drive improvements with recruiters and interviewing teams to effectively screen and assess talentWork with schedulers and recruiters to ensure a remarkable candidate experience Track candidate activity and share with internal stakeholders Experience Required: 5+ years of recruitment and sourcing experience either in-house or agencyMust have experience talent sourcing in Biotech, Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences or Medical Devices IndustriesExperience managing candidate research and recruiting processes in either an in house or agency environmentDemonstrated knowledge of research methods (tools and frameworks) within the global landscapeDemonstrated use of talent market insights and data to influence sourcing strategiesExperience with in-house Talent Acquisition processes and systems such as Applicant Tracking Systems and CRMsProficiency in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint German Language skills are highly desirableThis is an incredible organisation with a spectacular employer brand globally. Only iimmediately available candidates will be considered as this role requires an immediate start. Do not miss out on the chance to join and make an impact!
        Our client, a well-known science and technlogy innovator, is seeking an experienced In-House Talent Sourcer to join their UK team. This is a temporary role (6 months) in a global, multi-faceted business. Working with a high performaing team of global Talent Sourcers and Talent Acquisition Partners, this role is responsible for recruitment primarily commercial roles across a number of operating companies in a matrixed environment. This role also offers remote working and global recruitment exposure. Role Responsibilities:Work closely with the recruiters and hiring managers to understand hiring needs, define sourcing strategies and add market insights to help influence outcomesResearch, identify and cultivate external talent networks that will further progress the company's talent strategyWork both independently and with the Talent Acquisition team to craft search strategies and develop outreach lists that can be used for current and future roles Execute on tactical outreach, referral generation, events, and pipelining efforts and crafting custom outreach and meaningful candidate engagementOwn candidate relationships all the way to the point of an in-person interview, and be tightly integrated into the feedback process during the interview processRecommend and drive improvements with recruiters and interviewing teams to effectively screen and assess talentWork with schedulers and recruiters to ensure a remarkable candidate experience Track candidate activity and share with internal stakeholders Experience Required: 5+ years of recruitment and sourcing experience either in-house or agencyMust have experience talent sourcing in Biotech, Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences or Medical Devices IndustriesExperience managing candidate research and recruiting processes in either an in house or agency environmentDemonstrated knowledge of research methods (tools and frameworks) within the global landscapeDemonstrated use of talent market insights and data to influence sourcing strategiesExperience with in-house Talent Acquisition processes and systems such as Applicant Tracking Systems and CRMsProficiency in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint German Language skills are highly desirableThis is an incredible organisation with a spectacular employer brand globally. Only iimmediately available candidates will be considered as this role requires an immediate start. Do not miss out on the chance to join and make an impact!

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