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Recruitment Administrator

  • Location:

    London – Central

  • Sector:

    HR & Recruitment

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  • Salary:

    £14 per hour

  • Contact:

    Sarah Mustafa

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  • Published:

    13 days ago

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Recruitment Administrator needed for 6 months in London. This role is starting ASAP and is paying £14 per hour. This role will be based 2 days from the office and 3 from home.

Key responsibilities:
• Deliver effective and efficient recruitment support and administration for vacancies across all business areas, including sourcing, candidate tracking, coordination, interview/assessment day set up and offer
• Liaise with hiring managers to ensure correct recruitment approval documentation is in place in line with policies and procedures
• Determine suitable advertising sources and liaise with advertisers to place recruitment adverts
• Coordinate faculty assessment days
• Provide feedback to successful and unsuccessful candidates
• Resolve low level recruitment queries from candidates and managers – acting as the first point of contact for the team
• Highlight/escalate complex recruitment issues to the Recruitment Manager
• Ensure accurate records of recruitment campaigns, costs and invoices are logged
• Liaise with agencies to provide job briefings
• Log and monitor agency temporary workers in line with Agency Worker Regulations
• Track and shortlist candidate applications, including interview invitations and rejections. Full use of Applicant Tracking System (ATS) throughout recruitment life cycle.
• Consider additional ways in which the ATS may be used to simplify the recruitment process, and enhance the experience for both candidates and managers
• Make offers and ensure all associated paperwork is completed correctly and forwarded to the HR Operations team
• Work with other members of the HR team on ad hoc projects

Skills required:
• Proven, significant administrative experience in a fast-paced environment
• Experience of working in a methodical way in line with standard processes
• Demonstrable ability to consistently work to a high degree of accuracy with exceptional attention to detail
• Proven ability in building and managing relationships with stakeholders internally and externally
• Confidence to challenge managers when advising around due process
• Proven ability to communicate clearly and in a professional manner, both verbally and in writing. You need to demonstrate that you understand the impact and effectiveness of all communication methods and use each method appropriately.
• Proven organisation and personal time management skills along with the ability to multi-task
• Demonstrable experience of improving a process to improve the user experience, including initial review, recommendations for action, implementation and review
• Proven ability to work and collaborate as part of a team, sharing knowledge/advice with colleagues and offer assistance to others where appropriate.
• Proven ability to work on own initiative with minimal supervision, taking accountability for your workload
• A proactive, customer-focused approach
• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook and Teams
• Experience of using databases to track records