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Senior Early Careers Advisor – City Law Firm! Hybrid Working!

  • Job Type :

    Permanent

    Full-Time

  • Salary : Up to £55,000 + Benefits

Our client is a prestigious City law firm – they are now looking to recruit a Senior Early Careers Advisor to join their lovely HR team in London.

As a Senior Early Careers Advisor you will be tasked with the coordination and implementation of our 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.

You will work closely with the Senior Recruitment Manager acting as brand ambassador to increase awareness of their early careers recruitment and retention programme and constantly review and refresh working practices to ensure the continued success of their long-term talent strategy.

The standard hours are 9.30am to 5.30pm. The salary on offer is up to £55,000 + Benefits. This role is a permanent position, and the client are currently using a hybrid working approach.

This is a great Senior Early Careers Advisor opportunity!

Responsibilities as a Senior Early Careers Advisor include:

• Coordinate 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
• Organise, attend and facilitate the firm’s vacation scheme
• Manage the online applicant tracking system
• Continually review best practice relating to selection criteria and methods of assessment
• Take ownership of early careers social media campaigns
• Serve as a first point of contact for current and future cohorts of apprentices and trainees
• Integral role in seat rotations and qualification processes
• Facilitate the appraisal process including mid and end of seat reviews for trainees
• Ensure the early careers website is kept up to date
• Engage with university and / or other early careers course providers

Requirements as a Senior Early Careers Advisor include:

• Previous experience within early careers, ideally within a law firm but other professional services will also be considered
• A passion for and demonstrable experience in creating / transforming / implementing early careers programmes in both the apprentice and graduate space
• Highly accurate and with a keen attention to detail in all areas of work
• Good planning and organisational skills
• Demonstrates initiative and takes ownership of work