About the role
We’re hiring a Talent Acquisition Specialist to join us in our London office. You will undertake a bulk of the recruitment for Inviqa, both technical and non-technical. You will provide expertise in recruitment, following best practice and employment legislation, whilst ensuring that our growing resourcing needs are met. You will undertake recruitment for all our UK offices, as well our German and Hungarian team.
The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be a member of the HR team, and will report to the HR Director.
Responsibilities and duties
- Responsible for preparing job adverts from job descriptions
- Identifying appropriate recruitment mechanisms
- Placing adverts
- Liaising with recruitment agents
- Establishing and managing recruitment agent relationships; negotiating and checking terms of business
- Proactively screening and filtering CV’s, processing suitable applications and rejecting unsuitable ones
- Arranging interviews and obtaining feedback
- Making offers employment
- Liaising with the marketing team to sponsor conferences and technical meetups
- Brainstorming creative new ways of recruitment and candidate attraction
- Undertaking other HR duties, as required, or as dictated by your capacity
You will be:
- Able to build effective business relationships
- Able to produce professional, well written documentation in line with departmental standards
- An excellent communicator, both orally and in writing
- Organised, and good at time management
- Patient, and able to empathise with candidates
- Commercially minded and focused
- Aware of sensitive information and the need to handle it carefully
- Able to politely but firmly inform others of rejection and deal with ensuing enquiries
- Aware of own limits and able to ask for help
Qualifications and experience
- Previous experience of recruiting for technical roles would be an advantage
- Previous experience of either working in a recruitment focussed HR role, or in a recruitment agency
- A good working knowledge of current employment legislation, particularly in relation to anti-discrimination law
- A degree, or equivalent experience
- CIPD qualification, or IRP qualified
- Ability to speak a second European language, particularly Hungarian or German, would be an advantage
What we offer
Our employees value the flexible working environment and the chance to develop their skills on a wide variety of interesting projects.
We offer you a competitive salary and a discretionary bonus. We'll provide you with the latest tools to help you do your job (e.g. a Macbook Pro).
We have a company pension scheme, and offer childcare vouchers to all staff.