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Executive Resourcer Candidate Facing, Birmingham, Metzger Search & Selection Ltd

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
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Executive Resourcer Candidate Facing, Birmingham, Metzger Search & Selection Ltd
United Kingdom, West Midlands, Birmingham,
Published September 21, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Executive resourcer candidate facing


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Are you looking for an exciting home-based role in Executive Search / Recruitment where you can work candidate side? We are seeking a proven 360 degree recruiter who has the drive to solve clients' recruitment requirements but does not wish to have the pressure of being client facing. Working from home, this role offers flexibility and the support of a strong team culture. Metzger Search & Selection operate across all functions and most sectors nationally and internationally and due to the strength of our client relationships, have prospered through recent years. In light of this, we are expanding our team and are looking for an individual who understands the recruitment process and has worked either in a recruitment business or client side. The role is candidate facing, identifying the best individuals in the market.Key responsibilities include:*Working with Consultants to understand each client brief, discussing approaches and solutions to their requirements*Composing adverts to promote clients' roles and appeal to the right audience*Utilising tools including research, headhunting, networking, social media, job boards, industry reports and referrals, to identify key talent*Identifying and interviewing credible candidates, providing detailed notes for review*Production of reports and analytics for clientsIt is imperative that appropriate individuals have the following skills:*Experience in an Executive Search, Headhunting, Resourcing or Research environment*Meticulous attention to detail and exceptional organisational skills*Ability to prioritise workload and operate in a fast-paced environment, delivering to timescales*Strong understanding of Job Boards, LinkedIn Recruiter, Industry press and a working knowledge of Boolean searchingIf you relish the prospect of joining our dynamic, small team and feel you are the person we are looking for please send your CV in Word format, quoting reference 96/182/LT/ED to. Please give details of your current remuneration package and availability and if your application is of interest, one of our Consultants will be in touch. We regret we cannot take telephone enquiries relating to this vacancy, due to the high level of responses expected.

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