London Head Office, 3rd Floor, The Aspect, 12 Finsbury Square, London, London, EC2A 1AS
7th January 2019
25th January 2019
ABOUT THE ROLE
As a Recruitment Administrator at Barchester, you’ll help us find the best people to join the teams across our homes, hospitals and support offices. We’ll look to you to provide administrative support as part of our Recruitment team, including managing phone calls, email enquiries and visitors to the office in a professional and efficient manner.
This role calls for excellent organisation and prioritisation skills. Our management team will look to you to help meet their deadlines, which means you’ll be balancing several demands. This will involve getting to grips with the vacancy requirements at each home and making sure that all the vacancy management systems are up-to-date. We’ll also need you to advertise job opportunities on our careers site and intranet, as well as job boards, social media and publications.
You can also expect to assist the Senior Recruiter – North with other tasks, such as finding out the hiring manager’s interview availability and confirming candidate employment start dates. As a Recruitment Administrator, you’ll have plenty of variety – it’s what makes this a brilliant place to grow your skills, make your mark and develop your career.
To join us as a Recruitment Administrator, you should have experience in administration and office processes. It’s also important that you have some knowledge of database, applicant management systems and Microsoft Office. If you know your way around a telephone switchboard or how social media is used in recruitment, even better.
We’re looking for someone who is a real team-player, so you’ll be able to work flexibly and use your initiative when under pressure. You’ll have great communication skills too, whether that’s over the phone, via email or face-to-face. If you also have plenty of self-motivation and ambition, you’ll fit right into the Recruitment team.
As well as a competitive salary, we can offer you impressive benefits which include a contribution pension scheme and free training and development. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to grow your career in a large organisation with a warm and supportive environment.
If you’d like to use your organisational and communication skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is an empowering and rewarding place to be.