Job Title

Resourcer

  • Position:
  • Salary: £18500 - £21000 per hour + Bonuses
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  • Job ID: 04329
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Job Description

You will be working for Winner Recruitment in the provision of candidates to work on a client service operation within the on-line delivery and distribution business.

The job will require active management of job advertisements and candidate sourcing, candidate interviewing and pre-recruitment right to work checks.

This role is for a candidate looking for a challenge and an opportunity to start a career within the recruitment industry.

Working hours:   8 hours over an on-site rolling shift pattern (part time is an option)

Responsibilities and Duties –

  • To advertise vacancies on a rolling weekly basis to source and select an on-going candidate pool available for daily/weekly appointments and client demands.
  • To recruit candidates under the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 to fill posts according to vacancy positions and client needs (daily/weekly) during peak and non-peak periods.
  • To select and register candidates issuing Key Information documentation in sequential order to meet regulatory compliance (BEIS).
  • To carry out/undertake pre-recruitment checks to fully meet regulatory compliance, immigration and right to work checks specific to the job requirements.
  • Accurate management of candidate progress from application to induction.

Responsibilities and Duties – Recruitment Team

  • Active participation in weekly team briefings, team talks/discussions.
  • Proactive engagement in scoping the local area for events and deciding factors relating to the wider business needs.

Role Requirement – Key Skills

  • Job holder will require to demonstrate a positive attitude with a focus on target fulfillment. Knowledge of working within the recruitment industry including and a basic understanding around Employment law, Immigration, Right to Work Checks, Working Time Regulations, Equality Law and the Agency Workers Regulations 2010, is preferrred but not essential.
  • Always treat customers with courtesy and respect ensuring customers are provided with and fully understand information relating to charges, ethical considerations, compliance and timescales.
  • Respond to customer enquiries within agreed timeframes and in the most appropriate medium.
  • Consistently give a high priority to customer satisfaction.
  • Ensure all work is completed to the appropriate standard.
  • Understand the cost and value of your role in the business/organisation.