Internal Recruiter required for our respected and established educational and care client based in Stourbridge.
This post is based within the Central Services function of Human Resources with primary responsibility for multiple provisions within the region, providing recruitment support and advice.
The post holder will primarily be responsible for the management, development, and promotion of the Trust’s Recruitment function within a number of Trust provisions. To provide a professional, customer focused proactive Recruitment service to the Executive Team, Managers and key staff.
The post holder will be expected to embrace, articulate and work with the Trust’s objectives, vision, values, purpose and methods are maintained, implemented and integrated within the
provision of the College.
The post holder will be expected to travel on a regular basis between the Trust’s sites, and
to and from other places as the Trust may reasonably require. Overnight stays will also be
You will be required to carry out your duties at all Trust premises, some of which are located
a distance from the main provision sites and at such other places as the Trust may reasonably
Evening and weekend working may be required.
To have full responsibility for the recruitment of staff at various Colleges/Schools within a specified region of the Trust.
To articulate and promote the vision, values, purpose and method of the Trust during the recruitment process, communicating the desired expectations of staff as well as measurable impact that they have on the student journey as well as their own personal journey.
To work collaboratively with each provisions Human Resources Teams to ensure that recruiting managers promote the vision, values purpose and method of the Trust to ensure that the method is considered with rigour during the selection process, induction and probation period.
To recruit appropriately skilled and qualified staff at the times and in the quantities requested by the Trust
To ensure that the recruitment process follows safer recruitment best practice at all times
To proactively market employment opportunities through both traditional and digital media to a wide range of passive and active job seekers
Recruitment of staff to meet set staffing levels:
Assessing all enquiries and applications and consider the needs to add additional recruitment strategies dependent on levels of interest
To respond in a timely manner to ensure any prospective candidates have an excellent engaging experience
Proactively source passive candidates and maintain excellent communication with active candidates
Identify areas for change/improvement in recruitment and interview process and proactively work with Colleges/Schools to identify potential issues in a timely fashion, and offering solutions where appropriate
To introduce Access Recruit to ensure that all recruitment is tracked and systems are in place to obtain data and to ensure all applicant records are accurate and well maintained and adhere to Safer Recruitment and Data Protection guidelines
To build contacts with relevant organisations that may result in attracting additional
To lead on the writing and placement of adverts on job boards and ensuring they remain prominent and maintained and refresh them
Assist with the design and maintenance of other promotional material such as recruitment agency packs, show fliers, posters and exhibition stands
To create digital adverts, social media posts and marketing materials in association
with the publishing department
To generate, analyse and present reports on advertising campaigns effectiveness and successes to the Executive Team and Trustees.
To undertake training and development as required by the Trust and be committed to professional self-development,
The In-House Recruiter has no direct line management and supervision responsibility but may be required to line manage other designated staff if required.
Experience and skills required:
Previous large-scale recruitment experience
A working network of contacts
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Dealing with confidential information
A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Good IT skills and experience of using website recruitment systems.
Previous experience of using IT and social media to generate marketing materials
Highly organised and evidence of managing own workload in a busy environment
In depth knowledge/experience of Care or Education Industry
In depth knowledge/experience of Care qualifications
Experience of developing and maintaining effective internal and external professional relationships.
Working Hours: 40 hour per week Monday to Friday
Salary: £28,000 to £30,000