Graduate Recruitment Assistant
The Graduate Recruitment Assistant will be an integral part of the team, focusing on building student relationships, executing campus initiatives, managing the interview scheduling and providing support across the board.
A core part of the role is to work collaboratively with the other Graduate Recruitment Assistants to provide support to the Graduate Recruitment Executives and Graduate Recruitment Manager. The Graduate Recruitment Assistant will have a key part to play in representing the firm at recruitment events. This role involves national travel.
Key responsibilities and Deliverables:
- Management of relationships with a number of the firm’s key target universities, through career services, sponsored events and focused activities;
- Assistance with the planning and organisation of university liaison events, including preparing marketing materials;
- Attendance at and delivery of events independently at universities;
- Assistance with organisation and delivery of the summer vacation scheme;
- Assistance with screening of workshop applications;
- Assistance in providing feedback to candidates;
- Management of interview day on rota – meeting and greeting candidates, administering assessments, point of contact for panel and candidates;
- Management of offer drinks and pre-vacation scheme events;
- Assistance with and delivery of on-site workshops and open days;
- Assistance with maintaining and updating the website and social media channels when required;
- Assistance with on-site administrative and organisational tasks across the team when required;
- Involvement with ad-hoc marketing and research projects as and when necessary, including management of online video content;
- Preparation of recruitment statistics and presentations for internal and external communication;
- Regular participation in ad-hoc on-site firm events and acting as face-to-face point of contact for prospective trainees.
- Good academic qualifications, including A-C GCSE English and Maths;
- Good written skills and attention to detail;
- Strong verbal communication skills, with a confidence to talk/present to groups of people;
- Team player who is well organised and can remain calm and professional under pressure whilst maintaining a strong attention to detail;
- Experience in an office or administrative environment;
- Ability to work independently;
- High level of pc/database skills, including MS Office;
- Flexibility to run and/or attend events outside core working hours.