Human Resources Interfacing with clients requiring staffing services to determine the number of hires, salary, positions, and job descriptions for short-term and long-term temporary employees.
Sourcing resumes to select best-qualified candidates and interviewed candidates to better assess qualifications and ascertain personality, personal character, and work ethic.
Responsibilities and Duties
Contacting candidates, following-up with candidates, and managing candidate pipeline according to client's requirement.
Scheduling interviews, briefing and debriefing candidates before and after interviews.
Maintaining timely documentation of all conversations with candidates within our internal database. Assisting in generating leads from conversations with candidates.
Presenting candidates to our management team by applying high-quality standards.
Posting job descriptions on job boards, and tracking posting status and results.
Required Experience, Skills and Qualifications
Skills: Recruitment, Recruitment Executive, HR Executive, Hiring, Staffing, HR ReCruiter, Sourcing but not limited.
Benefits It actually matters.
And of course, that leads us to another reason why recruiting rocks. we find people jobs! And that’s a good thing right?* Something to be proud of.
It makes an impact.
We change people’s lives. We solve companies staffing issues. We help people further their career ambitions. Fantastic!
You Do More and Do it Better.
As a recruiter, you will have to develop more efficient recruiting methods, lower costs, and improve customer satisfaction.
Don’t laugh! Remember what it’s like to close a deal, make a placement, or win some new business It’s thrilling.
With a happy client, a happy candidate, and an impending reward for your hard work, you go home smiling.
Not every day is going to offer those thrills, but the days that do make it worth being a recruiter.
You are rewarded for your performance.
It’s not all about the money, but it helps. Place more candidates, make more money – simple. No one keeps a recruiter because they are nice people or because they have been loyal. Recruiters are rewarded for performing well — no matter the circumstances.
You are always paid the amount you convince and show managers* that you are worth.*
People energise you.
You’re a social animal. Sure, clients, candidates, and even colleagues can get on your nerves at times, but a silent office forever is your idea of being banished. Meeting new people, making introductions, the buzz and banter of the office – recruitment at its best is an energising place to be.
You’ve got the autonomy to work as an individual with all the social benefits of being part of a team.
Basically, if the grass is looking greener, hold off cursing the entire recruitment industry and remind yourself of the things you like about it.
Remember how you got here. It’s a demanding career but, without a doubt, a rewarding one. Hope this helps! :)