As part of the Talent Acquisition (TA) team, you’ll partner with hiring managers to provide end-to-end recruitment support across the entire UK business, from the more traditional corporate comms, public affairs and brand marketing roles to designers, creatives, planners, videographers, content editors, strategists and analytics specialists.
While no two days are ever the same, the majority of your time will be focused on supporting the recruitment team with:
- Job descriptions - supporting hiring managers in developing unbiased job descriptions and candidate profiles.
- Kick off briefings - joining these meetings to take detailed briefs to inform candidate searches.
- Successfully manage candidate attraction for vacancies via a variety of direct methods such as advertising, targeted outreach (on and offline), networking via relevant social platforms, referrals and general market mapping and industry networking.
- Candidate management - pre-screening candidates, arranging interviews, and managing candidate and team f/back throughout the stages of the recruitment process.
- Proactive pipelining - identifying and connecting with standout talent to establish future aspirations, introducing them to FH, and where appropriate setting up speculative conversations with the teams.
- Identifying relevant industry networking groups /events /online communities to broaden future talent pools, ensuring in line with current DE&I objectives.
- Working with the Marketing team to share roles on relevant social platforms.
- Recruitment agency partnerships - managing existing relationships, ensuring terms agreed and identifying areas where new partnerships would be beneficial.
- ATS management - recording all candidate details, conversations and progress on iCIMS/LinkedIn Recruiter.
- Contracts - managing offer conversations, including issuing contracts and liaising with Ops/TD team re. inductions to ensure a seamless onboarding.
- References – taking references and ensuring copies on file in advance of new joiner’s arrival
- Commercials – raising POs for recruitment costs and ensure advertising, recruitment agency or referral bonus costs all captured in the budget
- Reporting – generating and analyzing EEO data via iCIMS on a bi-annual basis
- Benchmarking - conducting research for salary benchmarking across all practice areas (all levels)
- Keeping abreast of HR policies such as Agency Workers Regulations, Immigration and TUPE legislation, GDPR and IR35 (April 2021) implications for our freelance workforce.
- Opportunity for involvement in broader talent initiatives such as Early Careers programs i.e. apprenticeship schemes, graduate scheme and internships.
If this sounds like you and you have the right to work in the UK, then we’d love to hear from you!
Awarded Gold in PR Week’s Best Places to Work (2020), we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment for everyone. The only PR Agency awarded EY’s National Equality Standard, all applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or age. Do let us know if you need any adjustments made during the interview process.
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FleishmanHillard globally specialises in public relations, reputation management, public affairs, brand marketing, digital strategy, social engagement and content strategy. We have been named PRWeek’s Global Agency of the Year and Best Places to Work; a “Standout Agency” on Advertising Age’s A-List; NAFE’s “Top 50 Companies for Executive Women” for six years running; and among our firm’s award-winning work we’ve taken home 5 Lions in the past two years at the Cannes International Festival of Creativity. We’re also more motivated by what we can give than what we receive, and in our 70th year, we’ve initiated a worldwide service commitment to support social inclusion in the communities in which we work and live.