Inhouse Recruiter - Executive

Henlee Resourcing
£35000 - £45000 per annum + Great Benefits
11 Oct 2016
27 Oct 2016
IT, Recruitment
Contract Type
We seek a highly experienced, passionate and self-motivated Inhouse Recruiter to attract senior level talent to the business, by having a deep level of understanding of the organisation and the relevant senior executive market. This organisation is currently experiencing huge transformation. Reporting to the Head of Recruitment, you will ensure that the business is attracting and securing top talent / business leaders to drive the organisation forward. Responsibilities include; Generation of senior level candidates through various methods; including relevant industry contacts, networks, sector specific events and a good market understanding Make initial contact with potential candidates, interviewing to understand background, skills and experience whilst understanding fit to the organisation Maintain strong relationships with candidates throughout the process Build and maintain robust internal relationships with business leaders Work with HRBPs and Talent managers to identify requirements and necessary sourcing strategies Build talent pipelines of key skills for possible future requirements Maintain the agreed service levels with the business and regularly report on KPIs Applicants must have proven executive level recruitment experience gained within a large corporate background (ideally gained from a scientific, eneginerering or other highly techincal industry). You will also possess strong communication skills, the ability to work autonomously, solid stakeholder management experience, expert networking skills and a deep professional knowledge of sourcing senior executives. If you are looking for a challenging, hands-on role, are career driven and can demonstrate the above capabilities, we would love to hear from you. Henlee Resourcing is a specialist full service human resources recruitment consultancy operating across the South West, M3, M4 and M5 corridors. This job was originally posted as