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Onsite Recruitment Manager Job In Birmingham

United Kingdom, West Midlands (county), Birmingham
Published 2021-11-23
Expires 2021-12-23
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Onsite Recruitment Manager Job In Birmingham
United Kingdom, West Midlands (county), Birmingham,
Published November 23, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Onsite recruitment manager


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Onsite Recruitment Manager

Birmingham

Salary from £25,000 per annum dependent on experience

Are you passionate about putting customers at the heart of everything you do?
Are you looking for your next recruitment challenge in a fast-paced onsite team? 
If you answered yes to the above, we want to hear from you.

Staffline are the UK’s largest workforce provider, proudly partnering with some of the country’s best-loved brands for over 30 years. We are currently recruiting for a commercially minded, driven Onsite Recruitment Manager who is passionate about putting people first.

With branches nationwide and over 1,700 clients using our services, we’re committed to putting the customer at the heart of everything we do. Managing an onsite team of coordinators and workers, you will be responsible for providing a customer-first experience to both your client and workers. 

Working hours: Typically between the hours of 8:30am - 6:30pm, Monday to Friday however you will be required to be flexible.

Why work for Staffline?

We believe in rewarding our people not only with a competitive salary, industry-leading training that maximises your potential but with a range of benefits. 

Excellent progression opportunities within the Staffline Group
Performance-related bonus based on personal and company performance 
Holiday entitlement starting at 24 days and an additional day to volunteer in your community
Offsite team building and socials 
The Onsite Recruitment Manager Role

Customer Experience 

Building effective relationships with workers & key clients, attending planning & forecasting meetings to fill requirements, highlighting any challenges proactively 
Using our feedback system (have your say) to review all worker and client comments, acting on feedback to identify ways of continuously improving processes
Entrepreneurship 

Actively seeking commercial opportunities within your local area to grow your current client base and develop future opportunities with existing clients
Recruitment

Managing compliance requirements, ensuring your site is compliant against policies such as Agency Worker Regulations (AWR), National Minimum Wage (NMW) and Right to Work  
Regular assessment of volume requirements, planning campaigns for seasonal recruitment  
Understanding local labour markets and recruitment trends, analysing competitor data
Managing both our worker database and our Candidate Engagement Platform
Leadership 

Being an effective leader to an onsite/remote team, providing site cover when needed
Holding regular team meetings to share site and business updates 
Who are we looking for?

You will be ambitious with a desire for continuous improvement
An entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to respond quickly to changing demands
You will have a passionate and driven attitude
The ability to use your initiative to overcome obstacles
What do we need from you?

A full UK driving license with access to your own transport
Previous recruitment experience – experience working onsite would be desirable
People Management experience and leadership skills 
Staffline are an equal opportunities employer, which means we treat people fairly. We view all applications equally, regardless of gender, colour, ethnic background, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or marital/family status

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