HR Recruitment Advisor
Newark-on-Trent (occasional travel required as you will be covering recruitment for the Central region)
£20,000 – £25,000 per annum
Closing Date – 2-Nov-2018
Full Time – 37.5 hours per week
Reporting to the HR Manager you will manage and lead on all aspects of the recruitment process throughout your designated region. Working closely with the HR team and operational managers in your region, you will both design and deliver robust and effective recruitment strategies focusing on attraction, recruitment and retention.
- Monitor demand for recruitment across the region on a weekly basis
- Build a talent pipeline for short medium and long term strategies
- Assisting with the arrangements, marketing and coordinating or recruitment events
- Contributing to recruitment activities by organising use of media, including social media, liaising with regional managers and advertising agencies
- Facilitate and oversee the interview and selection process with regional managers
- Work closely with the HR Manager and HR team to identify process improvements
- Attend recruitment fairs, distribute flyers, posters in local areas with the support of the regional HR and Operational teams
- Establish best practice for recruitment and selection across the Company.
- Establish the most effective methods of local recruitment for existing areas and new areas of growth to attract the best candidates
- Explore and recommend new methods of attracting candidates
- Liaise with external advertising agencies
- To attend any training deemed as necessary in order to effectively fulfil the role.
- To undertake qualifications if necessary or appropriate (e.g. CIPD)
- A minimum of 2 years’ experience working within a recruitment environment
- Knowledge of practices, legislation and procedures associated with recruitment and selection
- Be able to demonstrate a successful track record of dealing with high volume recruitment
- Ability to prioritize and manage own workload amid conflicting demands and busy work periods
- Educated to GCSE or A level