Senior Recruitment Adviser

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  • Salary : Up to £47,000 + Benefits

Our amazing UK law firm client is currently looking for a Senior Recruitment Advisor to join them on an initial 13 month FTC. This will be a combination of Lateral and Business Services recruitment and the main focus for the role is to continually review and develop the firm’s Recruitment processes (including the use of digital recruitment) to ensure that it continues to attract and retain the highest calibre of candidates. The core duties for this role will include managing and co-ordinating the end-to-end recruitment process for vacancies at all levels across the firm, from role analysis through to offer and acceptance, co-ordinating the Recruitment Authorisation Process for all vacancies, creating job descriptions for all roles and maintain a suite of precedents, preparing internet advertisements and maintain a suite of precedents, preparing vacancy briefings for agencies and maintain a suite of precedents, acting as the central point of contact throughout the recruitment process for vacancy holders, recruitment agencies and candidates, screening all incoming applications, forwarding appropriate candidates to the vacancy holder for consideration and declining all unsuccessful candidates, providing feedback where appropriate,

preparing interview packs for each member of the interview panel where required, conducting interviews and guide and support the vacancy holder through the recruitment process, ensuring timely and effective communication of interview outcomes; arranging first and second  interviews, communicating offers to successful candidates and declining unsuccessful candidates providing feedback where appropriate. Candidates should have prior experience within a recruitment focused role in a professional services environment. The core hours for this role are 9.30am – 5.30pm and this role is paying up to £47,000.

Do you have previous experience of working within a recruitment focused role within a professional services environment?

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