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        • 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 Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£24,000 per annumHours: Between 07:00am - 18:00pm, Monday - SundayFlexibility of hours required such as:Saturday - Sunday Sunday - ThursdayTuesday - SaturdayYou 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.
        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 Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£24,000 per annumHours: Between 07:00am - 18:00pm, Monday - SundayFlexibility of hours required such as:Saturday - Sunday Sunday - ThursdayTuesday - SaturdayYou 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.
        • birmingham, west midlands
        • work from home - contract
        • £23,000 - £27,000, per year, pro rata
        • randstad business support
        Recruitment Coordinator - Remote - 3 month ftc£23000 - £27000 salary pro rataImmediate startRandstad are recruiting for a Recruitment Coordinator to work alongside a major IT & technologies client. Based from home on a 3 month contract basis you will primarily support the back-office recruitment process across a wide range of roles, reporting directly into the client and working with their internal recruitment team.Main Duties:Work alongside the client's recruitment team along with external agencies to ensure a smooth recruitment process is followed.Coordinating the interview process, such as scheduling interviews across different time zones and ensuring all interview documentation is sent and received to both the candidate and colleagues.Processing new starter documents, contracts and onboarding information, as well as processing right to work and employment documents.Ensuring equipment, such as laptops and phones, is requested and delivered to new workers.Experience:Previous experience within the recruitment industry, ideally within a coordination or administration role.Comfortable liaising with clients and colleagues from across Europe.Strong IT skills with the ability to use a range of systems.For more information about this role, please apply with your CV today.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        Recruitment Coordinator - Remote - 3 month ftc£23000 - £27000 salary pro rataImmediate startRandstad are recruiting for a Recruitment Coordinator to work alongside a major IT & technologies client. Based from home on a 3 month contract basis you will primarily support the back-office recruitment process across a wide range of roles, reporting directly into the client and working with their internal recruitment team.Main Duties:Work alongside the client's recruitment team along with external agencies to ensure a smooth recruitment process is followed.Coordinating the interview process, such as scheduling interviews across different time zones and ensuring all interview documentation is sent and received to both the candidate and colleagues.Processing new starter documents, contracts and onboarding information, as well as processing right to work and employment documents.Ensuring equipment, such as laptops and phones, is requested and delivered to new workers.Experience:Previous experience within the recruitment industry, ideally within a coordination or administration role.Comfortable liaising with clients and colleagues from across Europe.Strong IT skills with the ability to use a range of systems.For more information about this role, please apply with your CV today.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • kidderminster, west midlands
        • permanent
        • £25,000 - £25,000, per year, Pension
        • randstad inhouse services
        Randstad In-House services blend the very best internal temp recruiters, with the best recruitment technologies on the market so that we can deliver a best in class recruitment solution to our clients. If you are an internal recruiter who is looking to grow their career in a relationship driven environment, then becoming an Account Specialist for us is the best career decision you will make. Randstad In-house Services, part of the Randstad group, specialises in providing bespoke workforce management solutions aligned to business needs and objectives.You will be responsible for: Identifying current and future hiring needsCollaborate with hiring managers to write job ads for current openingsAdvertise job openings on careers pages, job boards and social networks (e.g. LinkedIn)Source candidates through online channels (e.g. professional networks and portfolio sites)Screen resumes and applications and update candidates on hiring processesInterview candidates during various hiring stages, including phone, first-round and second-round interviewsReport to hiring managers and HR managers on the status of open positionsEvaluate candidates based on their interview and assignment performanceUpdate job descriptions (e.g. add tasks or modify requirements)Answer candidates' queries regarding the application processProvide interview feedback, when necessary and appropriateParticipate in job fairs to boost company's reputation (COVID permitting) Help new hires onboardSupporting, mentoring and skill sharing with all team membersDeveloping and implementing strategies to attract the best people to the businessDriving large recruitment projects, mainly through assessment centresAdhering to strict deadlines and SLAsRegular reporting to key stakeholders within the business To be successful in this role you will: Proven work experience as an Internal Recruiter, recruiter or similar roleSolid understanding of full-cycle recruitingExperience using various interview formats (e.g phone, structured, group)Excellent verbal and written communication skillsDisplay a business partnering approach Possess temporary, permanent and graduate recruitment experienceHave experience working in volume recruitmentHave the know how for headhunting hard to fill rolesKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processesHave good use of excel / google sheetsPossess the ability to work under pressureWhat you will get from us: competitive basic salary £25kExcellent work life balance a competitive bonus scheme industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotiona progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believedIf you want to join one of the world's largest recruitment organisations, please do get in touch today! Submit your CV to Sharon Gibson - Lead senior account manager sharon.gibson@randstad.co.uk Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application
        Randstad In-House services blend the very best internal temp recruiters, with the best recruitment technologies on the market so that we can deliver a best in class recruitment solution to our clients. If you are an internal recruiter who is looking to grow their career in a relationship driven environment, then becoming an Account Specialist for us is the best career decision you will make. Randstad In-house Services, part of the Randstad group, specialises in providing bespoke workforce management solutions aligned to business needs and objectives.You will be responsible for: Identifying current and future hiring needsCollaborate with hiring managers to write job ads for current openingsAdvertise job openings on careers pages, job boards and social networks (e.g. LinkedIn)Source candidates through online channels (e.g. professional networks and portfolio sites)Screen resumes and applications and update candidates on hiring processesInterview candidates during various hiring stages, including phone, first-round and second-round interviewsReport to hiring managers and HR managers on the status of open positionsEvaluate candidates based on their interview and assignment performanceUpdate job descriptions (e.g. add tasks or modify requirements)Answer candidates' queries regarding the application processProvide interview feedback, when necessary and appropriateParticipate in job fairs to boost company's reputation (COVID permitting) Help new hires onboardSupporting, mentoring and skill sharing with all team membersDeveloping and implementing strategies to attract the best people to the businessDriving large recruitment projects, mainly through assessment centresAdhering to strict deadlines and SLAsRegular reporting to key stakeholders within the business To be successful in this role you will: Proven work experience as an Internal Recruiter, recruiter or similar roleSolid understanding of full-cycle recruitingExperience using various interview formats (e.g phone, structured, group)Excellent verbal and written communication skillsDisplay a business partnering approach Possess temporary, permanent and graduate recruitment experienceHave experience working in volume recruitmentHave the know how for headhunting hard to fill rolesKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processesHave good use of excel / google sheetsPossess the ability to work under pressureWhat you will get from us: competitive basic salary £25kExcellent work life balance a competitive bonus scheme industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotiona progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believedIf you want to join one of the world's largest recruitment organisations, please do get in touch today! Submit your CV to Sharon Gibson - Lead senior account manager sharon.gibson@randstad.co.uk Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application
        • newport, wales
        • temporary
        • £11.50 per hour
        • randstad business support
        We are currently looking for an enthusiastic, driven Employment Mentor to come and join a fast paced, employment support team in Newport on a part time basis. This role involves working 18 hours a week.As an Employment Mentor will provide intensive one to one mentoring to participants to help them identify and take practical steps to overcome barriers preventing them taking up identified training and employment. You will support a caseload of participants identified as being eligible to receive services under the programme, developing and implementing their action plans, addressing barriers to employment, developing employability skills and securing employment whilst actively promoting the services of the programme to a wide range of stakeholders. You will empower, motivate and support participants to move into and, most importantly, sustain employment, as well as supporting participants to progress whilst in work. Job Duties:To manage the recruitment, retention, training and development of participants, building positive relationships and developing effective processes to identify and overcome barriers as a pathway to employment as set out in the relevant guidance.To have individual responsibility for mentoring a caseload of participants, using a positive, enabling and collaborative approach.To use a variety of techniques, including effective diagnosis, individual coaching and personal support to maximise the number of programme participants securing and sustaining employment.To work with key stakeholders, service delivery partners, statutory and non-statutory organisations in order to promote the support available through the programme and generate referrals.To work closely with stakeholders such as Families First, Flying Start and supporting people in order to provide an effective referral pathway and support participants in order to provide a continuum of support and progression route towards employment.To provide a flexible service, developing comprehensive support plans with participants, undertaking further assessments and regular reviews as appropriate in collaboration with additional early intervention programmes to maximise collective support available for participants in addressing wider barriers of employment.To create timely support and interventions for participants moving between the closely aligned Welsh Government anti Poverty programmes in order to identify the most appropriate service enabling the participant to make positive steps towards employment.To work closely with the Employer Liaison Officer to ensure they are able to keep participants in sustained employment providing help and advice as required by the employer.To provide information, advice and guidance regarding the support available from the programme to key stakeholders and participantsTo be involved in the Triage process, taking and making referrals and completing initial assessments.To identify alternative employment options for participants who require additional support in progression.To verify job outcomes through evidence or employer contact and to be responsible for ensuring all participants outcomes are recorded accurately.To maintain participants files and data (paper and database) to 100% accuracy at the first, and every subsequent instance of completionEssential Skills:A driving licence is essentialExperience in recruitment is desiredUnderstanding the support needs of long term unemployed, economically inactive people, young people their families and single customersThorough and up to date knowledge of employment and benefit issues and an understanding of welfare reform and the implications for participantsExtensive experience of providing intensive employment focused mentoring to a caseload of participantsExperience of exposure to client groups. These client groups may include benefit claimants, single parents, those with criminal records, protected characteristics, mental health groups, specific disabilities etcUnderstanding of performance management and monitoring processesAbility to prioritise workload and work onAbility to communicate effectively with participants, staff and stakeholdersExcellent time management skills and demonstrate to meet deadlines and achieve goals.A creative and innovative approach to engagement Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        We are currently looking for an enthusiastic, driven Employment Mentor to come and join a fast paced, employment support team in Newport on a part time basis. This role involves working 18 hours a week.As an Employment Mentor will provide intensive one to one mentoring to participants to help them identify and take practical steps to overcome barriers preventing them taking up identified training and employment. You will support a caseload of participants identified as being eligible to receive services under the programme, developing and implementing their action plans, addressing barriers to employment, developing employability skills and securing employment whilst actively promoting the services of the programme to a wide range of stakeholders. You will empower, motivate and support participants to move into and, most importantly, sustain employment, as well as supporting participants to progress whilst in work. Job Duties:To manage the recruitment, retention, training and development of participants, building positive relationships and developing effective processes to identify and overcome barriers as a pathway to employment as set out in the relevant guidance.To have individual responsibility for mentoring a caseload of participants, using a positive, enabling and collaborative approach.To use a variety of techniques, including effective diagnosis, individual coaching and personal support to maximise the number of programme participants securing and sustaining employment.To work with key stakeholders, service delivery partners, statutory and non-statutory organisations in order to promote the support available through the programme and generate referrals.To work closely with stakeholders such as Families First, Flying Start and supporting people in order to provide an effective referral pathway and support participants in order to provide a continuum of support and progression route towards employment.To provide a flexible service, developing comprehensive support plans with participants, undertaking further assessments and regular reviews as appropriate in collaboration with additional early intervention programmes to maximise collective support available for participants in addressing wider barriers of employment.To create timely support and interventions for participants moving between the closely aligned Welsh Government anti Poverty programmes in order to identify the most appropriate service enabling the participant to make positive steps towards employment.To work closely with the Employer Liaison Officer to ensure they are able to keep participants in sustained employment providing help and advice as required by the employer.To provide information, advice and guidance regarding the support available from the programme to key stakeholders and participantsTo be involved in the Triage process, taking and making referrals and completing initial assessments.To identify alternative employment options for participants who require additional support in progression.To verify job outcomes through evidence or employer contact and to be responsible for ensuring all participants outcomes are recorded accurately.To maintain participants files and data (paper and database) to 100% accuracy at the first, and every subsequent instance of completionEssential Skills:A driving licence is essentialExperience in recruitment is desiredUnderstanding the support needs of long term unemployed, economically inactive people, young people their families and single customersThorough and up to date knowledge of employment and benefit issues and an understanding of welfare reform and the implications for participantsExtensive experience of providing intensive employment focused mentoring to a caseload of participantsExperience of exposure to client groups. These client groups may include benefit claimants, single parents, those with criminal records, protected characteristics, mental health groups, specific disabilities etcUnderstanding of performance management and monitoring processesAbility to prioritise workload and work onAbility to communicate effectively with participants, staff and stakeholdersExcellent time management skills and demonstrate to meet deadlines and achieve goals.A creative and innovative approach to engagement Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • sidcup, south east
        • permanent
        • £15,000 - £18,000 per year
        • randstad inhouse services
        Looking for a part time in-house recruitment role? Randstad In-House services blend the very best internal temp recruiters, with the best recruitment technologies on the market so that we can deliver a best in class recruitment solution to our clients. If you are a temp recruiter who is looking to grow their career in a relationship driven environment, then becoming an Account Specialist for us, is the best career decision you will make. Randstad In-house Services, part of the Randstad group, specialises in providing bespoke workforce management solutions aligned to business needs and objectives. We have a fantastic opportunity to work part time within one of our clients, Coca Cola, based at two sites in Sidcup and Edmonton. You will be required to effectively and efficiently deal with stakeholders, manage multiple vacancies and work to tight deadlines all while providing a best in class workforce management service to your client. Monday to Friday25 hours per week - 9:30 to 14:30 (however we can be flexible)Some travel involved between the two sites weekly - mileage can be claimed backYou will be responsible for: Obtaining demand forecasting from the client to ensure effective talent pools are createdManaging and running the recruitment process for the temp workforceDeveloping and implementing strategies to attract the best people to the businessSupporting, mentoring and skill sharing with all team membersFocusing on direct hire placements and reducing agency spendDriving large recruitment projects, mainly through assessment centresAdhering to strict deadlines and SLAsMonthly reporting to key stakeholders within the business To be successful in this role you will: Display a business partnering approach Possess temporary recruitment experienceHave experience working in volume recruitmentHave the know how for headhunting hard to fill rolesKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processesHave excellent communication skills and capable of dealing with stakeholders at all levelsPossess the ability to work under pressureWhat you will get from us: competitive basic salary DOE (Pro-rated)a competitive commission scheme industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotiona progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believedIf you want to join one of the world's largest recruitment organisations, in a part time position that will see you engaging with a key client and key stakeholders and taking responsibility for delivering a first class service to a key client then please do get in touch today! Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application
        Looking for a part time in-house recruitment role? Randstad In-House services blend the very best internal temp recruiters, with the best recruitment technologies on the market so that we can deliver a best in class recruitment solution to our clients. If you are a temp recruiter who is looking to grow their career in a relationship driven environment, then becoming an Account Specialist for us, is the best career decision you will make. Randstad In-house Services, part of the Randstad group, specialises in providing bespoke workforce management solutions aligned to business needs and objectives. We have a fantastic opportunity to work part time within one of our clients, Coca Cola, based at two sites in Sidcup and Edmonton. You will be required to effectively and efficiently deal with stakeholders, manage multiple vacancies and work to tight deadlines all while providing a best in class workforce management service to your client. Monday to Friday25 hours per week - 9:30 to 14:30 (however we can be flexible)Some travel involved between the two sites weekly - mileage can be claimed backYou will be responsible for: Obtaining demand forecasting from the client to ensure effective talent pools are createdManaging and running the recruitment process for the temp workforceDeveloping and implementing strategies to attract the best people to the businessSupporting, mentoring and skill sharing with all team membersFocusing on direct hire placements and reducing agency spendDriving large recruitment projects, mainly through assessment centresAdhering to strict deadlines and SLAsMonthly reporting to key stakeholders within the business To be successful in this role you will: Display a business partnering approach Possess temporary recruitment experienceHave experience working in volume recruitmentHave the know how for headhunting hard to fill rolesKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processesHave excellent communication skills and capable of dealing with stakeholders at all levelsPossess the ability to work under pressureWhat you will get from us: competitive basic salary DOE (Pro-rated)a competitive commission scheme industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotiona progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believedIf you want to join one of the world's largest recruitment organisations, in a part time position that will see you engaging with a key client and key stakeholders and taking responsibility for delivering a first class service to a key client then please do get in touch today! Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application
        • brighton, south east
        • permanent
        • £30,000 per year
        • randstad inhouse services
        Randstad In-house Services, part of the Randstad group, specialises in providing bespoke workforce management solutions aligned to business needs and objectives.Due to growth and a new client win we are looking for a new member of staff to join us a Client Services Manager in Brighton (BN3 7BA)Working with a forward thinking, innovative and expansive company, you'll undergo a planned induction in which you'll receive a company introduction, begin remote training and be assigned a buddy to help you through your first weeks and months. After week 1, you'll be managing front line activity, working in collaboration with the client and you'll be able to make your mark immediately in this 'must succeed' venture.Salary - £30,000 per year depending experienceBenefitsAccess to Randstad benefits and access to discount shopping vouchers, discounted gym memberships and our employee assistance programCentral location and access to great transport linksCompetitive annual leave Buddy support throughoutPotential of a permanent contract after successful temporary periodRequirements and responsibilitiesTo succeed in this role you'll be used to working in dynamic and fast paced environments and able to take initiative to generate and maintain your own workload. As a client service manager, you'll be at the forefront of managing a large temproary work force, engagement and development with the client and internal improvements. Duties will include but not be limited to:Checking in members of staffIssuing equipmentMotivating and reviewing courier performanceMaintaining and handling equipmentAdministration tasks Office and facilities managementEnsuring COVID-19 measures are in place and adhered to Whilst experience with an on site recruitment role is an advantage, it's not essential - it's all about your communication and motivation. Rest assured, even though this role is face to face and onsite, the premises adhere to all social distancing guidelines, your safety and wellbeing is our priority! If your CV is suitable we'll be in touch shortly to discuss the role in further detail and discuss next steps.If you're seeking a new role and looking to develop within a new and exciting working environment we encourage you to apply online today.Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application
        Randstad In-house Services, part of the Randstad group, specialises in providing bespoke workforce management solutions aligned to business needs and objectives.Due to growth and a new client win we are looking for a new member of staff to join us a Client Services Manager in Brighton (BN3 7BA)Working with a forward thinking, innovative and expansive company, you'll undergo a planned induction in which you'll receive a company introduction, begin remote training and be assigned a buddy to help you through your first weeks and months. After week 1, you'll be managing front line activity, working in collaboration with the client and you'll be able to make your mark immediately in this 'must succeed' venture.Salary - £30,000 per year depending experienceBenefitsAccess to Randstad benefits and access to discount shopping vouchers, discounted gym memberships and our employee assistance programCentral location and access to great transport linksCompetitive annual leave Buddy support throughoutPotential of a permanent contract after successful temporary periodRequirements and responsibilitiesTo succeed in this role you'll be used to working in dynamic and fast paced environments and able to take initiative to generate and maintain your own workload. As a client service manager, you'll be at the forefront of managing a large temproary work force, engagement and development with the client and internal improvements. Duties will include but not be limited to:Checking in members of staffIssuing equipmentMotivating and reviewing courier performanceMaintaining and handling equipmentAdministration tasks Office and facilities managementEnsuring COVID-19 measures are in place and adhered to Whilst experience with an on site recruitment role is an advantage, it's not essential - it's all about your communication and motivation. Rest assured, even though this role is face to face and onsite, the premises adhere to all social distancing guidelines, your safety and wellbeing is our priority! If your CV is suitable we'll be in touch shortly to discuss the role in further detail and discuss next steps.If you're seeking a new role and looking to develop within a new and exciting working environment we encourage you to apply online today.Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application
        • city of london, london
        • permanent
        • £25,000 - £35,000 per year
        • randstad
        Randstad UK are looking to appoint additional Consultants / Senior Recruitment Consultants for our Accountancy & Finance Division due to ongoing expansion.We have opportunties within both our Commerce & Industry and Public Services Divisions, covering either Part Qualified or Qualified level positions on a Temporary or Permanent basis.Your Background:You will be a service and relationship driven Recruitment Consultant with a desire to build and develop long lasting partnerships with both clients and candidates.You will have demonstrable and relevant case studies and experience of providing candidates with awesome career opportunities and career advice, in addition to being a trusted partner to clients and consistently being able to deliver on providing them with some of the best talent in the marketplace.You will have a consultative approach to business and ideally have an Accountancy & Finance Recruitment background.We have some really exciting plans in the pipeline, so you will be a career orientated and driven individual with the desire to be part of an ambitious and high performing collaborative team.Benefits:Competitive Base SalaryMarket Leading Commission SchemeCompany Share Scheme Options25 Days HolidayPension SchemeLife AssuranceIncome ProtectionA range of flexible benefitsCompany:Randstad is a Fortune 500 company and global leader within the HR Services industry with revenues of €20.7 billion in 2020 (€23.7 billion in 2019).In 2020, we celebrated 60 years in business and were also recognised by Forbes on their 'Best Recruiter List' for Professional Search and Best Temp Staffing Consultancies.Our core values remain at the heart and foundation of everything we do:* To Know* To Serve* To Trust* Striving for Perfection* Social ResponsibilityRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        Randstad UK are looking to appoint additional Consultants / Senior Recruitment Consultants for our Accountancy & Finance Division due to ongoing expansion.We have opportunties within both our Commerce & Industry and Public Services Divisions, covering either Part Qualified or Qualified level positions on a Temporary or Permanent basis.Your Background:You will be a service and relationship driven Recruitment Consultant with a desire to build and develop long lasting partnerships with both clients and candidates.You will have demonstrable and relevant case studies and experience of providing candidates with awesome career opportunities and career advice, in addition to being a trusted partner to clients and consistently being able to deliver on providing them with some of the best talent in the marketplace.You will have a consultative approach to business and ideally have an Accountancy & Finance Recruitment background.We have some really exciting plans in the pipeline, so you will be a career orientated and driven individual with the desire to be part of an ambitious and high performing collaborative team.Benefits:Competitive Base SalaryMarket Leading Commission SchemeCompany Share Scheme Options25 Days HolidayPension SchemeLife AssuranceIncome ProtectionA range of flexible benefitsCompany:Randstad is a Fortune 500 company and global leader within the HR Services industry with revenues of €20.7 billion in 2020 (€23.7 billion in 2019).In 2020, we celebrated 60 years in business and were also recognised by Forbes on their 'Best Recruiter List' for Professional Search and Best Temp Staffing Consultancies.Our core values remain at the heart and foundation of everything we do:* To Know* To Serve* To Trust* Striving for Perfection* Social ResponsibilityRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • stevenage, east of england
        • temporary
        • £10.00 - £10.95 per hour
        • randstad business support
        Main purpose of the role: To contribute to achieving the vision, purpose and values of Bedfordshire Police, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Constabularies by providing proactive recruitment administrative support that is timely, efficient and enables a greatcandidate experience.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 andaction 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.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        Main purpose of the role: To contribute to achieving the vision, purpose and values of Bedfordshire Police, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Constabularies by providing proactive recruitment administrative support that is timely, efficient and enables a greatcandidate experience.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 andaction 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.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        • dublin, international
        • permanent
        • €25,000 - €30,000, per year, commission + UK leading benefits
        • randstad financial services
        Randstad has embarked on a journey into the future, transforming ourselves in a way that will strengthen our leading role in recruitment. Starting your recruitment career with a leading global brand, you will be the key to the businesses success, utilising your ambition and drive to build relationships with candidates and clients, going above and beyond to maximise the results for both. Our current consultants tell us they love the career development, training, diversity and the opportunity to make work meaningful. Our office environment and social settings here in Dublin provide the perfect environment for an energetic and hardworking individual to thrive. Here at Randstad you will focus on having a consultative approach with your clients to help them secure the best talent within the tech and life sciences market. You will balance that with insightful conversations with your candidates to ensure you can partner them with the right future employer and career path. Our teams, located in the city centre of Dublin are ready to welcome you on board and will make you feel at home from day one! With an experienced team of recruitment professionals behind you, there is no limit to your career aspirations and goals! As a Recruitment Consultant at Randstad some of your responsibilities will include:Sourcing candidates matched against pre-qualified specificationsConducting searches via: our database, incoming applications, job boards and various online schemes in order to build your own expert network of candidatesKeeping in touch with your expert network by holding telephone interviews, qualifying and submitting candidates to specific roles whilst sourcing business leadsDevelop an understanding of technical knowledge relevant to the market.Business development to generate new client relationships as well as managing current relationships and accounts, ultimately contributing to positive revenue streams. What Randstad will provide for you: Competitive salary and an unrivalled commission package (completely uncapped)Flexible benefits; including shares, additional time off, a volunteering day and of course, a bucket load of discounts to make your commission go even further!Amazing offices with a great culture in the city centre Dublin, ideal for social life (socially distanced of course!)An industry leading training programme to set you up for success and help you rise with RandstadA clear career path If you are interested in this position please apply now or get in touch with Zoe Macgregor directly.Randstad encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Whilst appointments will be made on merit alone candidates must be able to prove their right to work in the UK or the Republic of Ireland (as relevant). Randstad acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        Randstad has embarked on a journey into the future, transforming ourselves in a way that will strengthen our leading role in recruitment. Starting your recruitment career with a leading global brand, you will be the key to the businesses success, utilising your ambition and drive to build relationships with candidates and clients, going above and beyond to maximise the results for both. Our current consultants tell us they love the career development, training, diversity and the opportunity to make work meaningful. Our office environment and social settings here in Dublin provide the perfect environment for an energetic and hardworking individual to thrive. Here at Randstad you will focus on having a consultative approach with your clients to help them secure the best talent within the tech and life sciences market. You will balance that with insightful conversations with your candidates to ensure you can partner them with the right future employer and career path. Our teams, located in the city centre of Dublin are ready to welcome you on board and will make you feel at home from day one! With an experienced team of recruitment professionals behind you, there is no limit to your career aspirations and goals! As a Recruitment Consultant at Randstad some of your responsibilities will include:Sourcing candidates matched against pre-qualified specificationsConducting searches via: our database, incoming applications, job boards and various online schemes in order to build your own expert network of candidatesKeeping in touch with your expert network by holding telephone interviews, qualifying and submitting candidates to specific roles whilst sourcing business leadsDevelop an understanding of technical knowledge relevant to the market.Business development to generate new client relationships as well as managing current relationships and accounts, ultimately contributing to positive revenue streams. What Randstad will provide for you: Competitive salary and an unrivalled commission package (completely uncapped)Flexible benefits; including shares, additional time off, a volunteering day and of course, a bucket load of discounts to make your commission go even further!Amazing offices with a great culture in the city centre Dublin, ideal for social life (socially distanced of course!)An industry leading training programme to set you up for success and help you rise with RandstadA clear career path If you are interested in this position please apply now or get in touch with Zoe Macgregor directly.Randstad encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Whilst appointments will be made on merit alone candidates must be able to prove their right to work in the UK or the Republic of Ireland (as relevant). Randstad acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • newport, wales
        • temporary
        • £11.50 per hour
        • randstad business support
        We are currently looking for an enthusiastic, driven Employment Mentor to come and join a fast paced, employment support team in Newport.As an Employment Mentor will provide intensive one to one mentoring to participants to help them identify and take practical steps to overcome barriers preventing them taking up identified training and employment. You will support a caseload of participants identified as being eligible to receive services under the programme, developing and implementing their action plans, addressing barriers to employment, developing employability skills and securing employment whilst actively promoting the services of the programme to a wide range of stakeholders. You will empower, motivate and support participants to move into and, most importantly, sustain employment, as well as supporting participants to progress whilst in work. Job Duties:To manage the recruitment, retention, training and development of participants, building positive relationships and developing effective processes to identify and overcome barriers as a pathway to employment as set out in the relevant guidance.To have individual responsibility for mentoring a caseload of participants, using a positive, enabling and collaborative approach.To use a variety of techniques, including effective diagnosis, individual coaching and personal support to maximise the number of programme participants securing and sustaining employment.To work with key stakeholders, service delivery partners, statutory and non-statutory organisations in order to promote the support available through the programme and generate referrals.To work closely with stakeholders such as Families First, Flying Start and supporting people in order to provide an effective referral pathway and support participants in order to provide a continuum of support and progression route towards employment.To provide a flexible service, developing comprehensive support plans with participants, undertaking further assessments and regular reviews as appropriate in collaboration with additional early intervention programmes to maximise collective support available for participants in addressing wider barriers of employment.To create timely support and interventions for participants moving between the closely aligned Welsh Government anti Poverty programmes in order to identify the most appropriate service enabling the participant to make positive steps towards employment.To work closely with the Employer Liaison Officer to ensure they are able to keep participants in sustained employment providing help and advice as required by the employer.To provide information, advice and guidance regarding the support available from the programme to key stakeholders and participantsTo be involved in the Triage process, taking and making referrals and completing initial assessments.To identify alternative employment options for participants who require additional support in progression.To verify job outcomes through evidence or employer contact and to be responsible for ensuring all participants outcomes are recorded accurately.To maintain participants files and data (paper and database) to 100% accuracy at the first, and every subsequent instance of completionEssential Skills:A driving licence is essentialExperience in recruitment is desiredUnderstanding the support needs of long term unemployed, economically inactive people, young people their families and single customersThorough and up to date knowledge of employment and benefit issues and an understanding of welfare reform and the implications for participantsExtensive experience of providing intensive employment focused mentoring to a caseload of participantsExperience of exposure to client groups. These client groups may include benefit claimants, single parents, those with criminal records, protected characteristics, mental health groups, specific disabilities etcUnderstanding of performance management and monitoring processesAbility to prioritise workload and work onAbility to communicate effectively with participants, staff and stakeholdersExcellent time management skills and demonstrate to meet deadlines and achieve goals.A creative and innovative approach to engagement If you feel you are right for the role, apply today! Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        We are currently looking for an enthusiastic, driven Employment Mentor to come and join a fast paced, employment support team in Newport.As an Employment Mentor will provide intensive one to one mentoring to participants to help them identify and take practical steps to overcome barriers preventing them taking up identified training and employment. You will support a caseload of participants identified as being eligible to receive services under the programme, developing and implementing their action plans, addressing barriers to employment, developing employability skills and securing employment whilst actively promoting the services of the programme to a wide range of stakeholders. You will empower, motivate and support participants to move into and, most importantly, sustain employment, as well as supporting participants to progress whilst in work. Job Duties:To manage the recruitment, retention, training and development of participants, building positive relationships and developing effective processes to identify and overcome barriers as a pathway to employment as set out in the relevant guidance.To have individual responsibility for mentoring a caseload of participants, using a positive, enabling and collaborative approach.To use a variety of techniques, including effective diagnosis, individual coaching and personal support to maximise the number of programme participants securing and sustaining employment.To work with key stakeholders, service delivery partners, statutory and non-statutory organisations in order to promote the support available through the programme and generate referrals.To work closely with stakeholders such as Families First, Flying Start and supporting people in order to provide an effective referral pathway and support participants in order to provide a continuum of support and progression route towards employment.To provide a flexible service, developing comprehensive support plans with participants, undertaking further assessments and regular reviews as appropriate in collaboration with additional early intervention programmes to maximise collective support available for participants in addressing wider barriers of employment.To create timely support and interventions for participants moving between the closely aligned Welsh Government anti Poverty programmes in order to identify the most appropriate service enabling the participant to make positive steps towards employment.To work closely with the Employer Liaison Officer to ensure they are able to keep participants in sustained employment providing help and advice as required by the employer.To provide information, advice and guidance regarding the support available from the programme to key stakeholders and participantsTo be involved in the Triage process, taking and making referrals and completing initial assessments.To identify alternative employment options for participants who require additional support in progression.To verify job outcomes through evidence or employer contact and to be responsible for ensuring all participants outcomes are recorded accurately.To maintain participants files and data (paper and database) to 100% accuracy at the first, and every subsequent instance of completionEssential Skills:A driving licence is essentialExperience in recruitment is desiredUnderstanding the support needs of long term unemployed, economically inactive people, young people their families and single customersThorough and up to date knowledge of employment and benefit issues and an understanding of welfare reform and the implications for participantsExtensive experience of providing intensive employment focused mentoring to a caseload of participantsExperience of exposure to client groups. These client groups may include benefit claimants, single parents, those with criminal records, protected characteristics, mental health groups, specific disabilities etcUnderstanding of performance management and monitoring processesAbility to prioritise workload and work onAbility to communicate effectively with participants, staff and stakeholdersExcellent time management skills and demonstrate to meet deadlines and achieve goals.A creative and innovative approach to engagement If you feel you are right for the role, apply today! Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • ebbw vale, wales
        • temporary
        • £11.96 - £12.20 per hour
        • randstad business support
        An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Connected Communities Team to support and co-ordinate Community Benefits within the Local Authority.The role will ensure consistent consideration of social clauses within Blaenau Gwent contracts; maximising local supply chain opportunities and facilitating employment and skills opportunities.The Community Benefits Officer will be required to support and co-ordinate Community Benefit activity throughout the local authority. The successful candidate will be required to have knowledge of procurement processes and securing social clauses on contracts. They will work with internal departments, inclusive of procurement, to "champion" communitybenefits. Working in partnership with public, private and third sector organisations the Community Benefits Officer will engage with businesses/contractors to identify opportunities and facilitate both supply chain and employment/training opportunities for local residents.The ability to work under pressure and prioritise work, communicate effectively and possess a good knowledge of a range of ICT systems will be key within this role. Job DutiesTo develop and maintain effective local employment routes in Blaenau Gwent.To be the primary interface between the company, external agencies, contractors and local businesses to; facilitate employment related opportunities signpost to relevant services and support partner agencies with business intelligence to develop training pathways to upskill local residents in line with future opportunities.Engage with contractors to identify employment, training and work experience opportunities and source suitable individuals wherever possible and where necessary co-ordinate the recruitment process on behalf of the employer.To represent the local authority at employment related partner meetings and events; share information, provide programme updates, promote internal and external opportunities.To work with the team to deliver activities and events as appropriate; aligned to the employment and skills agenda.To support and co-ordinate Community Benefit activity throughout the local authority; working with internal departments, inclusive of procurement, to "champion" community benefits; and to support and inform the inclusion of social clauses within Blaenau Gwent contracts.To work with the team to develop appropriate systems to monitor and evaluate delivery;playing a lead role for coordinating and recording outcomes associated with specific contract clauses.To explore and maximise supply chain opportunities; working closely with the Business and Innovation team to develop local business relationships and supply chain activity with contractors.To engage positively with internal and external stakeholders to determine local needs that may be facilitated by community benefits; relating to council and partner contract opportunities.Essential Skills:Must have a full, valid, UK driving licenceGood standard of education, 5 GCSCE' grade A-C, including English and mathsKnowledge of procurement processes and securing social clausesKnowledge of using a range of ICT softwareExperience of developing, using and maintaining Excel databasesWorking directly with employers to maximise local employment and supply chain opportunitiesWorking in partnership with the public, private and third sector organisations to facilitate employment/training opportunities for local residentsWorking with contractors to secure local community benefitsRegular monitoring and reporting of project delivery and outcomes including social clauses/community benefits achievedBuilding and developing professional networksExperience of working with community groups and third sector organisationsOrganising multiple partner events, ideally within the regeneration or employment fieldProviding individual client support to those seeking employment/trainingIf you feel you are right for the role and looking for full time hours on a temporary basis, apply today!Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Connected Communities Team to support and co-ordinate Community Benefits within the Local Authority.The role will ensure consistent consideration of social clauses within Blaenau Gwent contracts; maximising local supply chain opportunities and facilitating employment and skills opportunities.The Community Benefits Officer will be required to support and co-ordinate Community Benefit activity throughout the local authority. The successful candidate will be required to have knowledge of procurement processes and securing social clauses on contracts. They will work with internal departments, inclusive of procurement, to "champion" communitybenefits. Working in partnership with public, private and third sector organisations the Community Benefits Officer will engage with businesses/contractors to identify opportunities and facilitate both supply chain and employment/training opportunities for local residents.The ability to work under pressure and prioritise work, communicate effectively and possess a good knowledge of a range of ICT systems will be key within this role. Job DutiesTo develop and maintain effective local employment routes in Blaenau Gwent.To be the primary interface between the company, external agencies, contractors and local businesses to; facilitate employment related opportunities signpost to relevant services and support partner agencies with business intelligence to develop training pathways to upskill local residents in line with future opportunities.Engage with contractors to identify employment, training and work experience opportunities and source suitable individuals wherever possible and where necessary co-ordinate the recruitment process on behalf of the employer.To represent the local authority at employment related partner meetings and events; share information, provide programme updates, promote internal and external opportunities.To work with the team to deliver activities and events as appropriate; aligned to the employment and skills agenda.To support and co-ordinate Community Benefit activity throughout the local authority; working with internal departments, inclusive of procurement, to "champion" community benefits; and to support and inform the inclusion of social clauses within Blaenau Gwent contracts.To work with the team to develop appropriate systems to monitor and evaluate delivery;playing a lead role for coordinating and recording outcomes associated with specific contract clauses.To explore and maximise supply chain opportunities; working closely with the Business and Innovation team to develop local business relationships and supply chain activity with contractors.To engage positively with internal and external stakeholders to determine local needs that may be facilitated by community benefits; relating to council and partner contract opportunities.Essential Skills:Must have a full, valid, UK driving licenceGood standard of education, 5 GCSCE' grade A-C, including English and mathsKnowledge of procurement processes and securing social clausesKnowledge of using a range of ICT softwareExperience of developing, using and maintaining Excel databasesWorking directly with employers to maximise local employment and supply chain opportunitiesWorking in partnership with the public, private and third sector organisations to facilitate employment/training opportunities for local residentsWorking with contractors to secure local community benefitsRegular monitoring and reporting of project delivery and outcomes including social clauses/community benefits achievedBuilding and developing professional networksExperience of working with community groups and third sector organisationsOrganising multiple partner events, ideally within the regeneration or employment fieldProviding individual client support to those seeking employment/trainingIf you feel you are right for the role and looking for full time hours on a temporary basis, apply today!Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • kidderminster, west midlands
        • temp to perm
        • £6,900 - £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 Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£6,900+ per annumHours: Between 07:00am - 18:00pm, Monday - SundayFlexibility of hours required such as:Saturday - Sunday You 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.Benefits :-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.
        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 Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£6,900+ per annumHours: Between 07:00am - 18:00pm, Monday - SundayFlexibility of hours required such as:Saturday - Sunday You 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.Benefits :-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.
        • 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 Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£24,000 per annumHours: Between 07:00am - 18:00pm, Monday - SundayFlexibility of hours required such as:Sunday - ThursdayTuesday - SaturdayYou 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.
        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 Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£24,000 per annumHours: Between 07:00am - 18:00pm, Monday - SundayFlexibility of hours required such as:Sunday - ThursdayTuesday - SaturdayYou 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.
        • 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 Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£24,000 per annumHours: Between 07:00am - 18:00pm, Monday - SundayFlexibility of hours required such as:Saturday - Sunday Sunday - ThursdayTuesday - SaturdayYou 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.
        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 Worcestershire (DY10) to support this exciting and record breaking growth.Salary:£24,000 per annumHours: Between 07:00am - 18:00pm, Monday - SundayFlexibility of hours required such as:Saturday - Sunday Sunday - ThursdayTuesday - SaturdayYou 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.
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £10.20 per hour
        • randstad cpe
        Are you seeking your next job in the recruitment industry?My client has an immediate opportunity for an Internal Recruitment Support Officer to join their existing team on an initial interim basis. The successful applicant will work in a high volume environment providing support to the existing team and agencies nationwide. Responsibilities:Support the existing teams in a high volume environmentLiaise with existing agencies, building relationships for upcoming projectsWork proactively to ensure the smooth delivery of upcoming worksManage agency supply and provide assistance when neededLiaise with internal management team nationwide on the mobilisation of new projectsAssist in the transition of agency workers onto a new I.T PlatformRequirementsThe ideal applicant will be immediately available with either agency experience or experience working with agencies to deliver high volume projects. Strong I.T skills, in particular Microsoft and Google packages. To apply, please submit a CV or call Sam Studley on 07747757388 Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Are you seeking your next job in the recruitment industry?My client has an immediate opportunity for an Internal Recruitment Support Officer to join their existing team on an initial interim basis. The successful applicant will work in a high volume environment providing support to the existing team and agencies nationwide. Responsibilities:Support the existing teams in a high volume environmentLiaise with existing agencies, building relationships for upcoming projectsWork proactively to ensure the smooth delivery of upcoming worksManage agency supply and provide assistance when neededLiaise with internal management team nationwide on the mobilisation of new projectsAssist in the transition of agency workers onto a new I.T PlatformRequirementsThe ideal applicant will be immediately available with either agency experience or experience working with agencies to deliver high volume projects. Strong I.T skills, in particular Microsoft and Google packages. To apply, please submit a CV or call Sam Studley on 07747757388 Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • birmingham, west midlands
        • permanent
        • competitive
        • randstad cpe
        Randstad CPE Birmingham are looking to expand our blue collar construction team. We are looking to hire a candidate resourcer / manager to work within our blue collar recruitment team. It is the chance to work in an office in the centre of Birmingham that has grown exponentially over the past four years. What is a resourcer? A candidate resourcer is a crucial cogg in the trades team machine. You will be responsible for helping the consultants supply workers for our clients accross the midlands.Your role as a candidate resourcer / manager is to liaise with the team on a daily basis to create a dayplan which will revolve around generating candidates, filling jobs, compliance and payroll. You will be trained with the route in mind that will lead you to running your own desk in the near future.A resourcer is the most important job in recruitment for newcomers. It gives you the time to learn how to do the job without the expectancy of hitting a monetary target. You will become acustomed to working in the vibrance of the sales floor and enjoying the life of working with your colleagues in the Birmingham office. We are looking to speak to people ASAP. If you think this position in construction recruitment is of interest, give Matt a shout in the Birmingham office. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Randstad CPE Birmingham are looking to expand our blue collar construction team. We are looking to hire a candidate resourcer / manager to work within our blue collar recruitment team. It is the chance to work in an office in the centre of Birmingham that has grown exponentially over the past four years. What is a resourcer? A candidate resourcer is a crucial cogg in the trades team machine. You will be responsible for helping the consultants supply workers for our clients accross the midlands.Your role as a candidate resourcer / manager is to liaise with the team on a daily basis to create a dayplan which will revolve around generating candidates, filling jobs, compliance and payroll. You will be trained with the route in mind that will lead you to running your own desk in the near future.A resourcer is the most important job in recruitment for newcomers. It gives you the time to learn how to do the job without the expectancy of hitting a monetary target. You will become acustomed to working in the vibrance of the sales floor and enjoying the life of working with your colleagues in the Birmingham office. We are looking to speak to people ASAP. If you think this position in construction recruitment is of interest, give Matt a shout in the Birmingham office. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • birmingham, west midlands
        • temporary
        • £11.50 per hour
        • randstad inhouse services
        Are you looking for your next role with an immediate start within the recruitment sector? Are you from a recruitment, HR or large volume team management background and seeking your next challenge within a fast paced, world leading business? If so, this could be the role for you. Due to expansion, we're seeking recruitment administrators and on site specialists to join Randstad's corporate temp on a temporary, on going basis with the potential of permanent opportunities in the future. Based close to B5 4BU the successful applicants will be able to start immediately!Salary:£11.50 per hour Hours of work: 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 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 incentivesFull training and development plansFuture permanent opportunities ResponsibilitiesThe role of recruitment administrator is key to ensure the successful management of our temporary work force and supporting the Randstad management team who are based in our clients offices. The role will include:Management of a large volume temporary workforce Managing the worker absence and holiday processDelivering performance based feedback through feedback sessions Reviewing and confirming contract changes Sending engagement and communication messages to support business changes and important updatesInteraction with the client to provide key workforce updates Completing compliance audits and following up on resulting actions 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. You'll have experience in managing large worker volumes, HR or are task driven.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 onsite environment Experience or understanding of the recruitment industry Passionate about process improvement and efficiency and willing to contribute to new ways of workingThe office is Covid-19 secure and you must be able to work from the office location, this is not a work from home role.Should you wish to apply, please click the link below and complete the information as requested https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfW4w7hzVMWEufWVDGQByxvtKD7XSMmQtiANwsrE0McTtN-Qg/viewformShould you meet the criteria, a member of the team will be in touch to discuss the role further.
        Are you looking for your next role with an immediate start within the recruitment sector? Are you from a recruitment, HR or large volume team management background and seeking your next challenge within a fast paced, world leading business? If so, this could be the role for you. Due to expansion, we're seeking recruitment administrators and on site specialists to join Randstad's corporate temp on a temporary, on going basis with the potential of permanent opportunities in the future. Based close to B5 4BU the successful applicants will be able to start immediately!Salary:£11.50 per hour Hours of work: 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 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 incentivesFull training and development plansFuture permanent opportunities ResponsibilitiesThe role of recruitment administrator is key to ensure the successful management of our temporary work force and supporting the Randstad management team who are based in our clients offices. The role will include:Management of a large volume temporary workforce Managing the worker absence and holiday processDelivering performance based feedback through feedback sessions Reviewing and confirming contract changes Sending engagement and communication messages to support business changes and important updatesInteraction with the client to provide key workforce updates Completing compliance audits and following up on resulting actions 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. You'll have experience in managing large worker volumes, HR or are task driven.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 onsite environment Experience or understanding of the recruitment industry Passionate about process improvement and efficiency and willing to contribute to new ways of workingThe office is Covid-19 secure and you must be able to work from the office location, this is not a work from home role.Should you wish to apply, please click the link below and complete the information as requested https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfW4w7hzVMWEufWVDGQByxvtKD7XSMmQtiANwsrE0McTtN-Qg/viewformShould you meet the criteria, a member of the team will be in touch to discuss the role further.
        • west end, london
        • temporary
        • £11.50 per hour
        • randstad inhouse services
        Are you looking for your next role with an immediate start within the recruitment sector? Are you from a recruitment, HR or large volume team management background and seeking your next challenge within a fast paced, world leading business? If so, this could be the role for you. Due to expansion, we're seeking recruitment administrators and on site specialists to join Randstad's corporate temp on a temporary, on going basis with the potential of permanent opportunities in the future. Based close to SE11 (Oval and Earl's Court) the successful applicants will be able to start immediately!Salary:£11.50 per hour Hours of work: 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 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 incentivesFull training and development plansFuture permanent opportunities ResponsibilitiesThe role of recruitment administrator is key to ensure the successful management of our temporary work force and supporting the Randstad management team who are based in our clients offices. The role will include:Management of a large volume temporary workforce Managing the worker absence and holiday processDelivering performance based feedback through feedback sessions Reviewing and confirming contract changes Sending engagement and communication messages to support business changes and important updatesInteraction with the client to provide key workforce updates Completing compliance audits and following up on resulting actions 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. You'll have experience in managing large worker volumes, HR or are task driven.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 onsite environment Experience or understanding of the recruitment industry Passionate about process improvement and efficiency and willing to contribute to new ways of workingThe office is Covid-19 secure and you must be able to work from the office location, this is not a work from home role.Should you wish to apply, please click the link below and complete the information as requested https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfW4w7hzVMWEufWVDGQByxvtKD7XSMmQtiANwsrE0McTtN-Qg/viewformShould you meet the criteria, a member of the team will be in touch to discuss the role further.
        Are you looking for your next role with an immediate start within the recruitment sector? Are you from a recruitment, HR or large volume team management background and seeking your next challenge within a fast paced, world leading business? If so, this could be the role for you. Due to expansion, we're seeking recruitment administrators and on site specialists to join Randstad's corporate temp on a temporary, on going basis with the potential of permanent opportunities in the future. Based close to SE11 (Oval and Earl's Court) the successful applicants will be able to start immediately!Salary:£11.50 per hour Hours of work: 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 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 incentivesFull training and development plansFuture permanent opportunities ResponsibilitiesThe role of recruitment administrator is key to ensure the successful management of our temporary work force and supporting the Randstad management team who are based in our clients offices. The role will include:Management of a large volume temporary workforce Managing the worker absence and holiday processDelivering performance based feedback through feedback sessions Reviewing and confirming contract changes Sending engagement and communication messages to support business changes and important updatesInteraction with the client to provide key workforce updates Completing compliance audits and following up on resulting actions 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. You'll have experience in managing large worker volumes, HR or are task driven.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 onsite environment Experience or understanding of the recruitment industry Passionate about process improvement and efficiency and willing to contribute to new ways of workingThe office is Covid-19 secure and you must be able to work from the office location, this is not a work from home role.Should you wish to apply, please click the link below and complete the information as requested https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfW4w7hzVMWEufWVDGQByxvtKD7XSMmQtiANwsrE0McTtN-Qg/viewformShould you meet the criteria, a member of the team will be in touch to discuss the role further.
        • birmingham, west midlands
        • permanent
        • £18,000 - £22,000 per year
        • randstad cpe
        Randstad are currently looking for Delivery/Candidate Consultants to work with the Infrastructure team in the Birmingham office based in the heart of the Colmore Business District. Ideally you will have a background of working in a fast paced Sales environment, overachieving on KPI's and driven to succeed.The role: Managing the Candidate process from start to finish Liaising with Sales team's on a daily basis Organising Meeting's Achieving KPI's Outbound/Inbound calls Organising spreadsheets Marketing (adverts)If you would like to hear more about the opportunity please call Lee Jones in the Birmingham office or send Cv to advert Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        Randstad are currently looking for Delivery/Candidate Consultants to work with the Infrastructure team in the Birmingham office based in the heart of the Colmore Business District. Ideally you will have a background of working in a fast paced Sales environment, overachieving on KPI's and driven to succeed.The role: Managing the Candidate process from start to finish Liaising with Sales team's on a daily basis Organising Meeting's Achieving KPI's Outbound/Inbound calls Organising spreadsheets Marketing (adverts)If you would like to hear more about the opportunity please call Lee Jones in the Birmingham office or send Cv to advert Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
        • 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.
        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.
        • plymouth, south west
        • permanent
        • £22,000 - £24,000 per year
        • randstad inhouse services
        We have a fantastic opportunity to work within one of our clients, BD, based in Plymouth. You will be required to effectively and efficiently deal with stakeholders, manage multiple vacancies and work to tight deadlines all while providing a best in class workforce management service to your client. You will be responsible for:Obtaining demand forecasting from the client to ensure effective talent pools are createdManaging and running the recruitment process for the temp workforceDeveloping and implementing strategies to attract the best people to the businessFocusing on direct hire placements and reducing agency spendDriving large recruitment projects, mainly through assessment centresAdhering to strict deadlines and SLAs Monthly reporting to key stakeholders within the business To be successful in this role you will:Display a business partnering approach Possess temporary recruitment experienceHave experience working in volume recruitmentHave the know how for headhunting hard to fill rolesKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processesHave excellent communication skills and capable of dealing with stakeholders at all levelsPossess the ability to work under pressure What you will get from us:Competitive basic salary DOE a competitive commission scheme industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotion a progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believedIf you want to join one of the world's largest recruitment organisations, in a position that will see you engaging with a key client and key stakeholders and taking responsibility for delivering a first class service to a key client then please do get in touch today by hitting the apply button. Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
        We have a fantastic opportunity to work within one of our clients, BD, based in Plymouth. You will be required to effectively and efficiently deal with stakeholders, manage multiple vacancies and work to tight deadlines all while providing a best in class workforce management service to your client. You will be responsible for:Obtaining demand forecasting from the client to ensure effective talent pools are createdManaging and running the recruitment process for the temp workforceDeveloping and implementing strategies to attract the best people to the businessFocusing on direct hire placements and reducing agency spendDriving large recruitment projects, mainly through assessment centresAdhering to strict deadlines and SLAs Monthly reporting to key stakeholders within the business To be successful in this role you will:Display a business partnering approach Possess temporary recruitment experienceHave experience working in volume recruitmentHave the know how for headhunting hard to fill rolesKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processesHave excellent communication skills and capable of dealing with stakeholders at all levelsPossess the ability to work under pressure What you will get from us:Competitive basic salary DOE a competitive commission scheme industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotion a progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believedIf you want to join one of the world's largest recruitment organisations, in a position that will see you engaging with a key client and key stakeholders and taking responsibility for delivering a first class service to a key client then please do get in touch today by hitting the apply button. Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
        • peterlee, north east
        • permanent
        • £22,000 - £24,000 per year
        • randstad inhouse services
        We have a fantastic opportunity to work within one of our clients, ZF, based in Peterlee. You will be required to effectively and efficiently deal with stakeholders, manage multiple vacancies and work to tight deadlines all while providing a best in class workforce management service to your client. You will be responsible for:Obtaining demand forecasting from the client to ensure effective talent pools are createdManaging and running the recruitment process for the temp workforceDeveloping and implementing strategies to attract the best people to the businessFocusing on direct hire placements and reducing agency spendDriving large recruitment projects, mainly through assessment centresAdhering to strict deadlines and SLAs Monthly reporting to key stakeholders within the business To be successful in this role you will:Display a business partnering approach Possess temporary recruitment experienceHave experience working in volume recruitmentHave the know how for headhunting hard to fill rolesKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processesHave excellent communication skills and capable of dealing with stakeholders at all levelsPossess the ability to work under pressure What you will get from us:Competitive basic salary DOE a competitive commission scheme industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotion a progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believedIf you want to join one of the world's largest recruitment organisations, in a position that will see you engaging with a key client and key stakeholders and taking responsibility for delivering a first class service to a key client then please do get in touch today by hitting the apply button. Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
        We have a fantastic opportunity to work within one of our clients, ZF, based in Peterlee. You will be required to effectively and efficiently deal with stakeholders, manage multiple vacancies and work to tight deadlines all while providing a best in class workforce management service to your client. You will be responsible for:Obtaining demand forecasting from the client to ensure effective talent pools are createdManaging and running the recruitment process for the temp workforceDeveloping and implementing strategies to attract the best people to the businessFocusing on direct hire placements and reducing agency spendDriving large recruitment projects, mainly through assessment centresAdhering to strict deadlines and SLAs Monthly reporting to key stakeholders within the business To be successful in this role you will:Display a business partnering approach Possess temporary recruitment experienceHave experience working in volume recruitmentHave the know how for headhunting hard to fill rolesKnow the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processesHave excellent communication skills and capable of dealing with stakeholders at all levelsPossess the ability to work under pressure What you will get from us:Competitive basic salary DOE a competitive commission scheme industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotion a progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believedIf you want to join one of the world's largest recruitment organisations, in a position that will see you engaging with a key client and key stakeholders and taking responsibility for delivering a first class service to a key client then please do get in touch today by hitting the apply button. Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.

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