Internal Recruiter

Lead Talent is on the search for an Internal Recruiter to join a leading fundraising company who support a wide range of Charities across the UK.

You will take the lead in managing the high volume of recruitment campaigns, to source fundraisers and deliver on expectations.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Recruiting for fundraisers who support door-to-door campaigning and venue teams around the UK.
  • You will lead the attraction, the screening and the placing of high-volume recruitment campaigns.
  • Creating impactful attraction methods and consistently sourcing new ideas to advertise needs.
  • Talent pipelining.
  • Managing the candidate process from initial engagement to placement.

Initially, your role will see you actively involved in recruitment campaigns with the aim to progress and build a team around you as this growing organisation continues to flourish.

Recruiting on personality and attitude, not just a CV; you will be involved in high volume recruiting on a weekly basis, so you’ll be a natural communicator who thrives in talking to people – day in day out.

We are keen to hear from recruiters with a strong track record, passionate about charities and may even have former experience of working as a fundraiser. You may have worked in a similar environment or supported high volume recruitment within direct sales, customer services or call centres.

The organisation is offering flexible and hybrid working from home, a generous basic salary – depending on experience – and high additional earning potential, with an array of attractive employee benefits. Above all of this, the role also offers a true career path to expand your talent attraction and management skills.

Please apply below or for a confidential chat contact Emma Tolley on 07703 464 690 or email emma.tolley@lead-talent.co.uk

  • Salary / Rate £35 + Bonus
  • Location Manchester [Work from Home]
  • Contract Permanent
  • Date Posted 2nd May 2022
  • Job Ref LTET391

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