Internal Recruiter / Talent Acquisition Specialist

Manhattan, New York
Negotiable

Internal Recruiter / Talent Acquisition Specialist
Financial District - New York City
Basic salary (negotiable dependent on experience) + performance based pay + strong benefits package + generous holiday allowance

Harnham are an international Recruitment Consultancy, the worlds largest for Data & Analytics professionals. We're an award winning business with offices in London, Berlin, New York and San Francisco and due to success and growth plans, we need another talented Internal Recruiter to work in our NYC office and help continue our extensive growth.

As an Internal Recruiter / Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will be responsible for resourcing candidates recruitment roles within the agency environment, from graduates looking for their first sales position through to experienced recruiters seeking a new challenge. This role shares many similarities with that of an agency recruiter however there will be no business development/sourcing new client business as you will be working directly for Harnham.

If you enjoy a fast paced role, working with engaging stakeholders that "get it" and like the sound of a business with significant growth plans then we'd love to hear from you. We're looking for someone seeking a challenge, where you'll have the chance to do more than just find us candidates, you'll be a key part in helping us define our EVP, Employer brand and work on our strategy and interview process as well - if you want to see the impact of your work clearly, we're exactly the place to do it.

What you will do:

  • Develop and maintain relationships with both new and existing managers to focus on resource planning for their teams.

  • Adherence to agreed recruitment delivery strategies, including vacancy management, detailed qualification of all roles, advertising, sourcing, candidate interviews, submission, offer and new starter process.

  • Manage a candidate care strategy during the recruitment process to include, but not be limited to frequency of contact, information provided, and consistent quality feedback.

  • Identify sources for candidate attraction such as job boards, job events, database utilisation, talent pooling, social media, headhunting and networking.

  • Manage end to end recruitment process

  • Recruitment strategy

  • EVP and Employer Brand work alongside our marketing function

Why Harnham?

Market Leaders - so you've got something exciting to sell:

  • At almost 150 heads worldwide, we're not massive - but we're actually the biggest Consultancy in the world for what we do - which is recruiting into the Data & Analytics Market. Our first US office was in New York and it's a real focus for our business going forward.
  • We've been working in this space for 14 years and a lot of our business is build of relationships that were developed a number of years ago - for that reason, we're an attractive offering to candidates looking to enter the world of recruitment or transition from another agency (we are very different to many on the market)

Training & Investment:

  • Our training programme is a fantastic sell, with four trainers worldwide our consultants receive some of the best training possible to ensure they're on the right track and truly becoming experts in Recruitment.
  • You'll also be given in depth training yourself to ensure you quickly get moving in the fast paced world of Harnham - this will continue as you develop upwards here

Commission:

  • We reward our Internal Recruitment team as well as our consultants, and so you'll be eligible to receive great commission for all of the fantastic candidates that you hire for us - think of it as a great bonus for being a fantastic Talent Acquisition specialist!

Our Culture:

  • It's hard to define what makes us different, but we think our culture is what ties all of the above points together.
  • We're a privately owned business and for that reason, the people that own and manage the business are still tightly involved in your day to day and are frequently in our US offices
  • We have regular socials after work, when we wake up early enough you'll find us hitting a few gym classes before getting into the office, this even extends to our Internal Recruitment team, we're really key part of the business.
  • For more of an insight into what it's like here, see it for yourself - you can check us out on Instagram - @harnhamlife

Your skills and experience:

Skills & Experience

  • Degree educated or equivalent.
  • Ideally you will have previous recruitment experience, internal or agency.
  • You will have extremely strong client-facing communication skills and will be an exceptional relationship builder.
  • You will be a highly organised problem-solver.
  • You'll be keen to make a difference, ready to problem solve and make an impact within our business

We appreciate you may not have considered Recruiting recruiters before, however there's definitely more than meets the eye!

Apply now to submit your CV to our Internal Recruitment Manager, Charlie Waterman.

 

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