Auckland City, AucklandFull-time, PermanentThe role : This role is focused on sourcing and selecting the very best talent for our organisation.
The Talent Sourcing team recruit paid and volunteer staff across the whole organisation and manage individual portfolios within the business.
This role has focus on St John Ambulance recruitment.You will join the Talent Sourcing team in a full time, permanent capacity.
Your primary focus will be working with and advising Hiring Managers through the end to end recruitment process. You'll utilise your expertise in developing sourcing strategies for applicant attraction, shortlisting the very best of talent for interview and supporting Managers through pre-
employment assessments and decision making. We are in the middle of some really exciting initiatives and projects and there is lots more to get involved with.
What do we need?To be successful in this role, you will be passionate about people and making a positive difference!And have A recruiting background and have an understanding of recruitment principlesAgility to work in a changing environmentExposure to managing assessment centre and recruitment intakesRelationship building and influencing ability with internal stakeholders at all levelsConfidence using technology, particularly recruitment management systemsSelf-
motivation and a proactive and positive approachDrive for service excellence, innovation and improvementVersatility, the ability to recruit in other areas of the business if need beThe Talent Sourcing team at St John is an experienced team with an incredible culture.
We are collaborative and never too busy to help each other and the organisation having fun along the way!Applications close : 12 November.
We look forward to reviewing your application.We welcome and encourage diversity in our workforce and adhere to best practice equal employment opportunity principles in all aspects of our recruitment and our ways of working.
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