A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Senior Early Carers Advisor to join a close-knit, friendly and supportive team of HR and become an integrated part of their team.
As Senior Early Careers Advisor you will be tasked with the coordination and implementation of my client's apprenticeship and graduate recruitment programmes, taking a 360 approach from attraction and selection through to induction, on-boarding and L&D initiatives across the life cycle of early careers.
Main Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
*Coordinating the recruitment and selection process including candidate attraction, sifting applications, designing, arranging and attending assessment days, attending interviews, drafting offer correspondence and presenting offers and feedback to candidates;
*Organising, attending and facilitating company vacation scheme;
*Managing the online applicant tracking system;
*Managing relationships with external legal publications to aid candidate attraction;
*Building and maintaining strong relationships with the internal stakeholders involved in the apprentice and trainee recruitment schemes
*Continually review best practice relating to selection criteria and methods of assessment, taking into consideration inclusion & diversity, social mobility and nondiscrimination;
*Serving as a first point of contact for current and future cohorts of apprentices and trainees;
*Facilitating the appraisal process including mid and end of seat reviews for trainees;
*Facilitating monthly progress meetings and quarterly reviews for apprentices in conjunction with apprentice supervisors and university course provider
*Ensuring regular liaison with our partnered universities to keep abreast of changes or developments in course requirements
*Continuing to develop and implement changes or improvements to the apprenticeship
*A minimum of 2-3 years' experience within early careers
*A passion for and demonstrable experience in creating / implementing early careers programmes in both the apprentice and graduate space;
*A team player with the ability to forge strong relationships across the business and specifically with stakeholders involved in the early careers programme;
*A professional, willing and 'can do' attitude;
*Good planning and organisational skills;
*Demonstrates initiative and takes ownership of work;
*Good time management skills, and a proven ability to multi-task;
*Calm confident and resilient.
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills