Campaign Co-ordinator
graduate job
Expires3 days

Campaign Co-ordinator

Job description

From niche, specialist roles to entire teams of people: when it comes to resourcing, we’ve got the expertise and drive to take on the biggest (and smallest) challenge. However, what we’re missing right now is a smart Campaign Co-ordinator to make it all happen: someone who’s dedicated to helping clients and understanding their needs in detail. If that’s the kind of role where you tend to excel, we’ll give you the chance to develop within our friendly, talented team.

The cornerstone of every successful recruitment campaign, you’ll work directly with various clients from our central London office. Day to day, you’ll answer queries, give information and stay on top of tasks, supervising administrators to ensure we provide a fantastic service. You’ll also make sure candidate screening meets set criteria and attend assessment events to make sure they run as planned. With responsibility for keeping accurate records and overseeing the candidate management process, you’ll be on the ball and always ready to help.

If you’d like to build your experience within the expert Penna team, please click the Apply button.

Six month contract.

What we are looking for

To join us, you’ll need some experience in recruitment (or another process-driven environment). And we’ll be looking for GCSEs (or equivalent) including Maths and English. Beyond this, you’ll need a proven ability to build great client relationships, plus the communication skills to deal with suppliers. Bring IT skills and attention to detail, and there could be a brand new role waiting.

Accepted degree subjects

Any

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 22/04/2019

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment

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Additional job details

LocationLondon
Salary

Competitive salary

ContractFixed term
Working hoursFull-time

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