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Talent Acquisition Specialist

Do you thrive working in a fast-paced environment and have great organisation and people skills?

As our Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will join a high energy in-house recruitment team and play a crucial role in progressing our business by working to recruit new talent to join our growing team.

About the role 

Day to day you will work closely with the Talent Acquisition Lead to support the effective recruitment of healthcare professionals and business support staff, whilst ensuring that they receive a great candidate experience and move through our pipeline seamlessly.

This will mean managing a range of administrative work and candidate facing activities, including posting job adverts, coordinating recruitment data through our ATS and managing applications. You will also regularly liaise with hiring managers and candidates to book interviews and organise selection activities.

Key responsibilities

 

  • Reviewing job descriptions sent by hiring managers and organising job adverts
  • Using our ATS to post vacancies in a timely manner
  • Using our job advertisement platform to post job ads across appropriate channels online
  • Reviewing spending and job advertisement data and tweaking where necessary
  • Liaising with recruitment agencies to coordinate temp and agency candidates
  • Liaising with internal customers to arrange assessments and interviews
  • Conducting telephone interviews with suitable candidates
  • Preparing candidates for interview
  • Ensuring all relevant documentation, including 'Right to Work’ ID and checks are present and correct
  • Managing feedback and offers post interview
  • Supporting with work relating to the onboarding of new starters as is needed
  • Working with People Coordinators to keep our pipeline moving and to ensure that our candidates have a great experience when joining us

Essential experience and skills

  • Strong computer literacy and IT skills
  • Excellent administration and organisation skills
  • Attention to detail coupled with a drive to complete projects and work in a timely manner
  • Adaptable can-do attitude
  • Strong communication skills and experience of providing a service
  • Educated to GCSE level or equivalent professional experience

Salary & benefits 

  • 20 days annual leave (+ bank holidays)
  • Sick-pay up to an annual cap
  • Support with training and development
  • Company events, competitions and initiatives 
  • Discounts and other perks
  • Charity time gifting
  • Extra cash rewards and incentives
  • Free physio and other wellbeing support

Learn more about the benefits of working at Ascenti here: https://www.ascenti.co.uk/careers/our-edge  


Our goal is for Ascenti to be a workplace that creates a sense of belonging for everyone. This means that we actively work to promote equal opportunities across all that we do, including when we recruit new talent.

Location:
Bristol - Remote / working from home
Role type:
Full time
Salary:
£20,000
Requirements
  • Strong computer literacy and IT skills
  • Excellent administration and organisation skills
  • Attention to detail coupled with a drive to complete projects and work in a timely manner
  • Adaptable can-do attitude
  • Strong communication skills and experience of providing a service
  • Educated to GCSE level or equivalent professional experience
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