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Resourcing Advisor

Brighton Head Office

Hybrid | Brighton | Remote

Permanent

Full-Time

£20,000-£25,000

Inspiring Learning is an outdoor education provider with a purpose of enhancing the lives of young people through experiences that inspire. We are looking for a passionate and experienced recruitment professional to join us in delivering an exceptional service in a truly rewarding environment.

This is a field role, and the successful candidate will primarily work remotely with the view to visit the head office in Brighton once / twice a week.

Job Title: Resourcing Advisor

Reports to: Recruitment Manager, Kingswood & Inspiring Learning
Location: Field
Salary: £20,000 - £25,000
Department: People team

Job Purpose:

Responsible for resourcing and recruiting high quality candidates across the Inspiring Learning and Kingswood brand. To ensure the recruitment processes are followed and accurate data input is undertaken. Attending assessment Days and other recruitment events as well as adhoc projects set by the Recruitment Manager (Kingswood). Interviewing/ screening candidates via video call and telephone.
Help support the Recruitment Manager in multiple recruitment campaigns for several different centres across the UK. To fully support and exemplify the overall company purpose and values of – ‘Keep it Simple’; ‘Know your Stuff’; ‘Give it your all’; ‘Make it Fun’ and ‘Own it’.


Key role responsibilities and accountabilities:

Recruitment:

Responsible for meeting weekly targets to find quality candidates for selection on assessment.
Screening and booking appointments into team diary, ensuring the system is kept up-dated at all times.
Conduct engaging telephone screenings, interacting with candidates to ensuring effective evaluation for suitability.
Conducting virtual, telephone and occasional face to face interviews.
Accurate and timely data entry on the system following screenings.
Providing constructive feedback to candidates who do not meet our quality standards.
Proactive liaison with candidates, ensuring emails/paperwork etc are completed in a timely manner.
Undertaking reports/processes ensuring all information is completed prior to/after assessments and inductions.
Attendance on assessments as directed by the RTL to assist with paperwork/data input and feedback on candidates

Preparation for Assessments/Induction:

Arrangements and planning for assessments/interviews.
Attending and supporting assessments.
Maintain strong communication with Recruitment and HR team on update on recruitment stats and progress.

Team-Working:.

Responsible for building relationships with key contacts and supporting other departments to ensure smooth and efficient processes.
Building and maintaining strong relationships with our centres and hiring managers.
Work closely with the Recruitment team to ensure effective process.

General:

Providing feedback on Recruitment process on an on-going basis to ensure it continues to be efficient.
Deal with all items received in the careers inbox on a daily basis.
Reporting on a daily/weekly basis on recruitment activity to the Recruitment Manager.
Deliver a Best-in-class recruitment service and identify opportunities for continuous improvement.

Typical knowledge, skills and experience:

Broad internal recruitment experience.
CIPD qualified - desirable but not essential.
Ability to work from own initiative.
Good organisational skills and attention to detail.
Good data input skills.
Ability to work efficiently in a high demand, team oriented and fast pace environment.
A proactive approach with the ability to use own initiative to suggest improvements and facilitate change.

Behavioural competencies:

Broad Thinker -
Evaluates the commercial and financial implications of decisions, considering the wider People and operational context. Shows evidence of clear analytical thinking. Evaluates the full implications of actions on other parts of the business. Thinks outside of the ‘functional silo’. Stays up to date with customer trends, identifying opportunities and threats at an early stage.

Honesty and Transparency -
Asks for feedback from the Organisation on how to improve. Meets the needs of internal customers, by supporting and engaging when required. Takes personal responsibility for correcting problems and demonstrates good recovery from complaints. Gives open and honest feedback at all levels even when it’s difficult. Meets and exceeds internal customer expectations. Is open honest and transparent even when things go wrong.

Innovative & Adaptive -
Challenges people to find ways of improving what is done. Asking those critical questions to challenge, ‘How we do things’. Encourages and supports development of new processes and procedures. Works productively in a high pressure environment.
Welcomes change in a positive light, supporting their teams to embrace new ways of working.

Leading & Collaborating -
Initiates action and provides others with clear direction. Challenges inappropriate or ineffective behaviour.
Works with subject experts to get the best possible solution. Takes responsibility for actions. Is self-confident and is seen as credible and a go to person by others. Welcomes new ideas and ensures everyone has a voice.

Developing Performance -
Keeps own knowledge and skills up to date practicing continuing professional development. Delivers results through teams and people. Actively seeks to stretch capability and scope of responsibilities. Challenges and sets, ‘Stretching’ goals for their team, providing feedback on performance and behaviours. Addressing under performance at the first opportunity.

Communicating -
Is sensitive to non-verbal cues, to other people’s feelings and emotions, and responds with sensitivity.
Communicates openly and freely with colleagues and teams to ensure that they can see the big picture.
Successfully persuades and influences others.
Presents information in a way that engages and motivates the audience. Is self-aware and changes style to suit the relevant audience.

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