Do you have great networking skills and an appetite for technology?
This busy and varied role will give you the opportunity to get involved in recruitment campaigns across the breadth of our business, from software developers to marketing managers.
Due to rapid growth we’re looking for someone to support our talent function.
You’ll get to work closely with candidates, from sourcing high-calibre talent to screening them and arranging interviews. You’ll also help maintain the ATS, write effective job adverts and assist with talent campaigns.
The responsibilities include:
- Supporting the Talent Manager to attract the best talent for technical and non-technical roles across our global business
- Conducting screening calls for potential hires
- Proactively source candidates through creative methods
- Providing an outstanding candidate experience
- Writing effective and attractive job adverts and campaigns
This could be the perfect opportunity if you’re in an agency environment but want your first in-house role with a leading software technology business.
Who’s the ideal candidate?
You might have a background in an agency or in-house recruitment, with a love of sourcing talent and speaking with candidates, then managing the candidate experience. You’ll be enthusiastic, keen to learn and have an interest in technology.
An important part of this role is sourcing and speaking to high-calibre software developers and building this pipeline for future requirements.
You might also have experience of:
- Working in an agency or in-house technology company hiring software developers
- LinkedIn Recruiter and/or job boards
Who you’ll work with
You’ll work closely and assist the Talent Manager on various campaigns across the development, marketing, sales and commercial teams amongst others.
Opportunities to grow
Everyone here gets funded professional development time, with up to five days allocated to learning new skills – whether that’s at conferences, training programs or courses.
We want to build a fair, respectful and welcoming company, where everyone feels at home. That means taking a long-term approach to equality, diversity and inclusion.
With the help of our EDI group, we’re working to make every aspect of the business – including recruitment – fair, respectful and inclusive.
What happens next?
When you apply, we’ll be in touch as soon as possible to get the ball rolling.
Our recruitment process varies by role, but we usually follow three steps to get to know you better.
1. Phone interview
- Duration: 30 minutes
- With: our talent manager
- To check: you’re right for the role
- Preparation needed: review your your CV, re-read this job advert, and have a look around our website more generally.
This is an informal conversation to make sure we’re not wasting your time.
We’ll check if you have the right experience for the role and give you a chance to talk up your skills and achievements. We’ll also discuss your reasons for wanting to join our team.
2. Panel interview
- Duration: about 60-90 minutes
- With: a small panel from the team
- To check: your experience, knowledge and skills, and how you approach a challenge
- Preparation needed: think about experiences you’ve had that could be relevant to this role
This is your time to shine.
The panel interview is more thorough than the phone screen, to help us check you’ve got the skills we’re looking for.
Don’t panic, though! This isn’t designed to stress you out or trip you up. We want to see how you’d approach the kind of challenges you’ll be solving if you were to join us.
It’s also a chance to meet the people you’ll be working with – come armed with your own questions!
3. Last chat
- Duration: 30 minutes
- With: Joe Parry, our CEO
- To check: your motivations and aspirations
- Preparation needed: none
This final step is an informal catch-up with our founder and CEO, Joe. He’ll be interested to hear about your motivations for joining us, and what you’ll bring to the team.
It’s also a great chance to understand our business from a strategic perspective, and to see how your career will progress here.
Don’t forget: it’s a two way thing
Ask questions, share any concerns and let us know if we’re unclear. We don’t do trick questions, and won’t aim to confuse you.