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Talent Acquisition Coordinator

Employer
Oakleaf Partnership
Location
City of London, England
Salary
£40000 - £50000 per annum
Closing date
12 Sep 2022
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Job Details


Oakleaf are looking for an organised and motivated individual to join our well respected, international Asset Management client as a Recruitment Coordinator initially for 6 months with the possibility to extend. This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual to gain exposure in a global Talent Acquisition team, working in partnership with the business.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Scheduling interviews across timezones in Europe, America and Asia
  • Preparing employee offer letters to support the onboarding process
  • Producing management reports as needed for the Talent Acquisition team
  • Liaising with third party vendors to provide a point of contact for agencies
  • Dealing with contract and onboarding queries
  • Assisting in ad hoc HR projects

The successful candidate will need:

  • Previous administration experience with extensive diary management
  • High attention to detail and ability to work across time zones
  • Confident communication skills to build relationships with senior stakeholders.
  • Ability to multi-task and juggle time sensitive tasks with high levels of confidentiality and professionalism.
  • A drive to provide an excellent client experience and passion for working with people

Hybrid working available

Company

Oakleaf Partnership is the UK’s largest independent HR recruitment consultancy. Founded in 2005, we have built enduring relationships with HR functions across every sector; thanks in part to our expertise, but also our collaborative approach. We listen. We share our insights. We take the time to truly understand the culture of an organisation – the person behind a CV.

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