|Office Location: Prudential Building,5-19 Wine Street,Bristol BS1 2PH||Office Name: Reed Secure - Bristol|
|Sector: Featured job||Salary: £21000 - £28000|
|Job Type: Permanent||Role Type: Full-time|
|Job Ref: 376067|
Talent Acquisition Specialist
Reed Talent Solutions are recruiting for a Talent Acquisition Specialist to drive business development within our Reed Secure division.
Job Role: Talent Acquisition Specialist (Business Development)
Location: Prudential Building,5-19 Wine Street,Bristol,BS1 2PH
Contract: Reed Talent Solutions
Salary: £21,000 up to £28,000 dependent on experience plus excellent bonus earning potential of roughly £5,000 – £10,000 in year 1 and roughly £10,000 – £20,000 in year 2
Working hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm or 9am-6pm
Contract: Full time and Permanent
The role – What does the Talent Acquisition Specialist role look like?
As a Talent Acquisition Specialist,your role will focus on business development which includes growing the client base within the Defence,Aerospace,Nuclear,Aviation,Government & Policing sectors,selling temporary and contract solutions. This will involve attending client meetings,understanding the client requirements by becoming an expert in the relevant area and delivering a world-class service that exceeds the expectations of your client.
As well as business development,you will also need to attract candidates to these roles. You will work with your Talent Sourcing Specialist to create appealing job advertisements,design attraction campaigns and utilise job boards,CV databases and social media platforms to fill your requirements. Your role will also involve organising registration events to manage high volume orders.
What can REED offer me in return?
Not only will this role offer a good salary package,but we also offer a variety of other company benefits. You will receive 25 days holiday plus bank holidays,the chance to buy,sell and carry over holiday,paid sabbaticals after every 5 years of service,long standing service awards,a discount scheme,pension,season ticket loans,access to health insurance,free eye tests,personal development schemes,paid rewards for innovative ideas,childcare vouchers and many,many more!
The Person – What makes a good Talent Acquisition Specialist?
- Experience of working in a recruitment role,with a proven track record of being able to deliver results,analyse information and create solutions.
- Strong sales ethos,but mainly be comfortable developing and growing strong client relationships.
- Strong communicator with a clear ability to collaborate with clients,candidates and other co-members across the REED network.
- You must be resilient to challenges,have a willingness to learn and a desire to succeed.
Who are Reed Specialist Recruitment?
I think most people will of heard of us as being ‘The UK’s Favourite Recruiter’,but to explain in more detail then Reed Specialist Recruitment (RSR) is the largest part of the Reed Global Group (www.reedglobal.com),which also includes Europe’s biggest jobsite – www.reed.co.uk; one of the world’s leading Welfare To Work providers – Reed In Partnership; and the UK’s leading training provider – Reed Learning.
We have been operating since 1960 when Sir Alec Reed first set us up and he has now handed over the reins to his son James Reed,so we are still a family run business to this day. Not bad for a company that has more than 3,000 permanent employees working across 425 business units in 180 locations worldwide,including Europe,the Middle East and Asia Pacific!
Join REED – Our Values,Your Values; Our Future,Your Future
All job offers are subject to satisfactory references and compliance with vetting requirements applicable to the job role. REED is an equal opportunities employer. We aim to ensure that no candidate or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender,race,disability,sexual orientation,religion or belief,age,gender identity,marital or civil partnership status,pregnancy or maternity. We are a MINDFUL EMPLOYER and offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria.