Campaign Administrator (Managed Recruitment)
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Campaign Administrator (Managed Recruitment)

Job description

When it comes to resourcing, we’ve got everything our clients need: innovative solutions, cutting-edge services and a wealth of industry experts. But the one thing we’re missing is a smart Campaign Administrator – an organised professional who’ll manage candidates effortlessly through all kinds of recruitment campaigns. Come and be part of our global HR solutions business.

Whoever the client and whatever the campaign, you’ll help to manage candidates throughout the selection process. It means dealing with candidates personally over the phone and via email, so you’ll need to be professional and polite, with good communication skills. There’ll also be a range of administrative tasks connected to each campaign, which could include screening application forms, updating records, assembling assessment centre packs and managing client mailboxes. Whatever the task, you’ll get it done quickly and accurately, applying attention to detail. A team player with a can-do approach, you’ll take pride in a job well done.

What we are looking for

Think you’re efficient, good with people and great in a team?

Used to working with customers, you’ve got a gift for building relationships. Your client focus and natural people skills will definitely be a big help. And you’ll also follow procedures and multi-task when you need to. You'll also have good IT skills.

Qualifications

You’ll combine these talents with GCSE (or equivalent) maths and English,

Accepted degree subjects

Any

How to apply

If you’d like to build your experience within the expert Penna team, find out more via the Apply button.

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 26/12/2018

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment

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Additional job details

LocationLondon
Salary

Competitive salary

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