Graduate Recruiter looking for a move into HR?

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£40000 - £45000 per annum
Posted
08 Sep 2017
Closes
06 Oct 2017
Ref
882846
Contact
Jo Benelisha
Job Type
HR Officer
Sector
Legal
Job Level
Advisor, Officer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This exciting new role is quite unique in the market as it will allow you to use your previous Graduate Recruitment (and/or Development experience) to gain exposure to many different areas of HR, including Learning & Development, Reward and Recruitment working in the UK and also internationally.

If you are interested in working alongside HR and taking on a client facing role working on some exciting HR projects - then this may be perfect for you. You will have full involvement with a number of strategic HR initiatives and take a lead role as well as act as part of the HR team. Some of the projects you will have involvement with include, working with HR to design an on-boarding process as well as working with the smaller international offices which have no HR presence.

The role is working at a leading firm who are based close to Bank tube station. The team describe themselves as great fun and you would be working with the Head of HR as well as other HR leaders and take responsibility for managing an Advisor and Assistant.

They mentioned that they are looking for someone who is confident and able to liaise at all levels up to Senior Partner. The key to this role is being credible and they hope to find someone with strong people skills and who is comfortable speaking with Partners but who is also good fun.

For more information and a job description, please contact me.

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