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    • city of london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £30,000 - £43,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with an incredible and very well-known organisation, based in Central London. This organisation is well known for the phenomenal and high-profile work that they are currently doing, and are looking to enlist someone into their expanding team. They are currently looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Recruitment Coordinator to join their friendly team who can hit the ground running and provide support throughout the recruitment process. This is a great opportunity for an ambitious Recruitment Professional seeking to develop their HR knowledge in a highly regarded organisation, with a reputation for providing unparalleled support and progression opportunities for its employees. Key attributes required for this role:1-2 years of experience within a HR or Recruitment capacityKnowledge of the recruitment processScheduling interviews Liaising with stakeholders of all levelsProviding feedback to candidatesTracking candidate progress throughout the recruitment processContribute to improving the candidate experience throughout the recruitment life cycle Coordinate all recruitment activitiesUse Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)This will be a 12 month fixed term contract role with a salary of upto of £43,000.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with an incredible and very well-known organisation, based in Central London. This organisation is well known for the phenomenal and high-profile work that they are currently doing, and are looking to enlist someone into their expanding team. They are currently looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Recruitment Coordinator to join their friendly team who can hit the ground running and provide support throughout the recruitment process. This is a great opportunity for an ambitious Recruitment Professional seeking to develop their HR knowledge in a highly regarded organisation, with a reputation for providing unparalleled support and progression opportunities for its employees. Key attributes required for this role:1-2 years of experience within a HR or Recruitment capacityKnowledge of the recruitment processScheduling interviews Liaising with stakeholders of all levelsProviding feedback to candidatesTracking candidate progress throughout the recruitment processContribute to improving the candidate experience throughout the recruitment life cycle Coordinate all recruitment activitiesUse Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)This will be a 12 month fixed term contract role with a salary of upto of £43,000.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £26,000 - £30,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with an incedible organisation looking for a HR Assistant to hit the ground running in a fast paced role based in Kent.The succesful candidate will have proven experience in a similar role and will possess strong generalist Human Resources knowledge.Key attributes of this role:High levels of stakeholder managementProven experience in inputting large amounts of data onto systemsAble to pick up new HR systems with easeAct as a point of contact for HR queries Knowledge of payroll and report creating relevant reportsThis is a permanent role willing to pay upto £30,000.
    Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with an incedible organisation looking for a HR Assistant to hit the ground running in a fast paced role based in Kent.The succesful candidate will have proven experience in a similar role and will possess strong generalist Human Resources knowledge.Key attributes of this role:High levels of stakeholder managementProven experience in inputting large amounts of data onto systemsAble to pick up new HR systems with easeAct as a point of contact for HR queries Knowledge of payroll and report creating relevant reportsThis is a permanent role willing to pay upto £30,000.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £20,000 - £22,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this organisation, who are currently on the brink of transformation and expanding. They are looking for an ambitious and driven HR Admin to join their team at an exciting time for their organisation.The role will be responsible for general HR administration for the organisation including areas like payroll, new starters, onboarding, contract administration and recruitment. This will include updating and maintaining their HR system.You will have the opportunity to learn and develop alongside a professional, friendly and supportive HR team at an exciting time of change and growth for the organisation. This is a brilliant opportunity for an ambitious HR Administrator to quickly develop and progress within their career.Requirements:Previous experience in a similar Human Resources Admin role.Ability to work under pressure in a high volume environment to meet deadlines.Understanding of Generalist HR along with a basic knowledge of Payroll administration.Experienced user of Microsoft Office, with a background in other HR systems/databases (iTrent preferred).Strong communication, written and verbal with a strong 'can-do' attitude.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this organisation, who are currently on the brink of transformation and expanding. They are looking for an ambitious and driven HR Admin to join their team at an exciting time for their organisation.The role will be responsible for general HR administration for the organisation including areas like payroll, new starters, onboarding, contract administration and recruitment. This will include updating and maintaining their HR system.You will have the opportunity to learn and develop alongside a professional, friendly and supportive HR team at an exciting time of change and growth for the organisation. This is a brilliant opportunity for an ambitious HR Administrator to quickly develop and progress within their career.Requirements:Previous experience in a similar Human Resources Admin role.Ability to work under pressure in a high volume environment to meet deadlines.Understanding of Generalist HR along with a basic knowledge of Payroll administration.Experienced user of Microsoft Office, with a background in other HR systems/databases (iTrent preferred).Strong communication, written and verbal with a strong 'can-do' attitude.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £32,000 - £35,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting organisation in the Technology industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team at a period of growth.Joining the Recruitment team and reporting directly to the Talent and Business Partner, you will have the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a friendly and supportive environment. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle of the recruitment processes and procedure, including Stakeholder Management, Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.The successful candidate will have a strong background in Stakeholder Management and experience working in a fast paced, high volume environment. Requirements:Proven track record of working in a consultative fast paced recruitment environment.Strong communicator who can attend to all levels of management.Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet tight deadlines.Experience of the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting organisation in the Technology industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team at a period of growth.Joining the Recruitment team and reporting directly to the Talent and Business Partner, you will have the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a friendly and supportive environment. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle of the recruitment processes and procedure, including Stakeholder Management, Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.The successful candidate will have a strong background in Stakeholder Management and experience working in a fast paced, high volume environment. Requirements:Proven track record of working in a consultative fast paced recruitment environment.Strong communicator who can attend to all levels of management.Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet tight deadlines.Experience of the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £33,000 - £35,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting organisation in the Technology industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team at a period of growth.Joining the Recruitment team and reporting directly to the Talent and Business Partner, you will have the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a friendly and supportive environment. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle of the recruitment processes and procedure, including Stakeholder Management, Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.The successful candidate will have a strong background in Stakeholder Management and experience working in a fast paced, high volume environment. Requirements:Proven track record of working in a consultative fast paced recruitment environment.Strong communicator who can attend to all levels of management.Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet tight deadlines.Experience of the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting organisation in the Technology industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team at a period of growth.Joining the Recruitment team and reporting directly to the Talent and Business Partner, you will have the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a friendly and supportive environment. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle of the recruitment processes and procedure, including Stakeholder Management, Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.The successful candidate will have a strong background in Stakeholder Management and experience working in a fast paced, high volume environment. Requirements:Proven track record of working in a consultative fast paced recruitment environment.Strong communicator who can attend to all levels of management.Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet tight deadlines.Experience of the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.
    • tottenham, greater london
    • permanent
    • £20,000 - £22,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this well established and ambitious, fast growing organisation, who are currently looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Human Resources Administrator to jump on board and develop with their growing organisation.Working closely with a friendly and supportive HR team, you will have the opportunity to learn and develop your skills and experience while supporting the growth and expansion of an exciting organisation. My client is looking for an enthusiastic and process orientated individual who has a strong willingness to learn.Your responsibilities will be to provide administrative support throughout the employee lifecycle. You will be responsible for the updating and maintaining of the HR system (iTrent), recruitment, processing of payroll and all general administration for the HR function.Requirements:Proven experience of HR Administration.Willingness to learn in a fast paced, high volume environment.Understanding of basic payroll processes.Experienced user of Microsoft Office, with a background in other HR systems/databases.Strong communication, written and verbal with a strong 'can-do' attitude.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this well established and ambitious, fast growing organisation, who are currently looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Human Resources Administrator to jump on board and develop with their growing organisation.Working closely with a friendly and supportive HR team, you will have the opportunity to learn and develop your skills and experience while supporting the growth and expansion of an exciting organisation. My client is looking for an enthusiastic and process orientated individual who has a strong willingness to learn.Your responsibilities will be to provide administrative support throughout the employee lifecycle. You will be responsible for the updating and maintaining of the HR system (iTrent), recruitment, processing of payroll and all general administration for the HR function.Requirements:Proven experience of HR Administration.Willingness to learn in a fast paced, high volume environment.Understanding of basic payroll processes.Experienced user of Microsoft Office, with a background in other HR systems/databases.Strong communication, written and verbal with a strong 'can-do' attitude.
    • north london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £30,000 - £36,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great Leisure and Fitness operator within the health, wellness and fitness sector. They are looking for an experienced Recruiter to join their team, reporting directly into the Head of HR.This organisation is looking for an organised individual with great attention to detail skills. The ideal candidate will have experience in an in-house recruitment position, within a commercial company that operates across multiple sites .The successful candidate will be the only recruitment person in the business, working within the wider HR team, so will need to be comfortable working within a standalone role. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Develop and implement new and innovative recruitment strategies to attract future talent, including new channels to market Manage, develop and implement clear processes and systems for attraction, selection, assessment and on boardingDevelop and deliver Recruitment Training to Hiring Managers at all levels across the business; evolving the training as and when needed Ensure ATS is accurate, up-to-date, secure, and is being used effectively by all Hiring Managers across the businessWrite all job adverts; updating and amending when necessaryAlongside the Head of HR and other relevant HoDs, support in creating Job Descriptions for all roles across the business Requirements: Experience in using ATS at an advanced levelDemonstrable experience of attracting applicants using a range of different mediaExtensive experience of delivering initiatives to positively engage and communicate effectively with employees at all levels, with an emphasis on retaining staff This is a permanent position, based in North London, offering hybrid working.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great Leisure and Fitness operator within the health, wellness and fitness sector. They are looking for an experienced Recruiter to join their team, reporting directly into the Head of HR.This organisation is looking for an organised individual with great attention to detail skills. The ideal candidate will have experience in an in-house recruitment position, within a commercial company that operates across multiple sites .The successful candidate will be the only recruitment person in the business, working within the wider HR team, so will need to be comfortable working within a standalone role. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Develop and implement new and innovative recruitment strategies to attract future talent, including new channels to market Manage, develop and implement clear processes and systems for attraction, selection, assessment and on boardingDevelop and deliver Recruitment Training to Hiring Managers at all levels across the business; evolving the training as and when needed Ensure ATS is accurate, up-to-date, secure, and is being used effectively by all Hiring Managers across the businessWrite all job adverts; updating and amending when necessaryAlongside the Head of HR and other relevant HoDs, support in creating Job Descriptions for all roles across the business Requirements: Experience in using ATS at an advanced levelDemonstrable experience of attracting applicants using a range of different mediaExtensive experience of delivering initiatives to positively engage and communicate effectively with employees at all levels, with an emphasis on retaining staff This is a permanent position, based in North London, offering hybrid working.
    • north london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £25,000 - £30,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are currently working with a small Charity for International Aid.They are looking for a HR Administrator to support the Human Resources department. You will act as the first point of contact for HR-related queries from employees and external partners. You should be able to ensure the HR department supports employees while helping to ensure the latest changes and best practices in employment law.Responsibilities:Assist with employees' queries about HR-related issuesManage the recruitment process including posting job adverts, shortlisting CV's and arranging interviewsAssist payroll department by providing relevant employee information (e.g. new starters, leaves of absence, sick days and work schedules)Prepare HR documents (e.g. employment contracts, offer letters, staff handbook)Help organise and maintain personnel recordsDeal with Ad hoc HR related issues as they ariseWork with the Board to continually review and improve HR practices Person Specification:Proven work experience as a HR Administrative Assistant or other relevant roleAble to work on own initiativeComputer literacy (MS Office applications, in particular)Some working knowledge of current employment law and best practicesExcellent organisational skills, with an ability to prioritiseStrong phone, email and in-person communication skillsCIPD qualifications an advantageGet in touch to discuss further!
    Digby Morgan are currently working with a small Charity for International Aid.They are looking for a HR Administrator to support the Human Resources department. You will act as the first point of contact for HR-related queries from employees and external partners. You should be able to ensure the HR department supports employees while helping to ensure the latest changes and best practices in employment law.Responsibilities:Assist with employees' queries about HR-related issuesManage the recruitment process including posting job adverts, shortlisting CV's and arranging interviewsAssist payroll department by providing relevant employee information (e.g. new starters, leaves of absence, sick days and work schedules)Prepare HR documents (e.g. employment contracts, offer letters, staff handbook)Help organise and maintain personnel recordsDeal with Ad hoc HR related issues as they ariseWork with the Board to continually review and improve HR practices Person Specification:Proven work experience as a HR Administrative Assistant or other relevant roleAble to work on own initiativeComputer literacy (MS Office applications, in particular)Some working knowledge of current employment law and best practicesExcellent organisational skills, with an ability to prioritiseStrong phone, email and in-person communication skillsCIPD qualifications an advantageGet in touch to discuss further!
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    Job Location: 2-3 times a week Tadworth, 1x week London Randstad Sourceright; where technology innovation and our exceptional human touch make us the market leaders in Global Recruitment Outsourcing (RPO), Managed Services Provider (MSP) programs, Statement of Work (SOW) and Blended Workforce Solutions. Working for a multi-country organisation, means working with clients and colleagues with diverse backgrounds. The Program Manager provides the client with a specialist service procurement program based on their bespoke service offering as per the client contract. Managing and controlling all aspects of ‘Statement of Work’ for the client company across multiple regions. Responsible for implementing, directing, continuously improving and innovating the service procurement program. You will be responsible for   developing and/or delivering the SOW programme and outcomes, including compliance, financial goals and combined management of the MSP with multiple global sites and suppliers -providing direction and guidance to the SOW procurement specialists  sharing performance of the SOW programme and possible opportunities with relevant internal stakeholders while keeping ownership developing and/or delivering budget plans for SOW being familiar with contract schedules & contractual terms and having the ability to execute against them building own capabilities and develops the capabilities of direct reports by working within existing development framework; provides specialized training or coaching in the area of SOW expertise to others throughout the organization supplier management and evaluation being a spokesperson for state of the art SOW recruitment strategies and process optimization regarding the team to internal and external stakeholders.  The successful candidate MUST   be a Statement of Work/ Procurement subject matter expert with experience leading and scoping out large complex SOW requirements have experience in the negotiation of SOW contracts and understanding of liabilities and indemnities be CIPS qualified or similar (ideally Level 5 +) have extensive experience in a procurement environment managing globally complex Services Procurement solutions possess extensive knowledge of contingent recruitment In return you will receive   opportunity to work with a world class global recruitment business with leading technology, tools and innovation which allow our teams to focus on the human side of recruitment and provide a first class experience to both our clients and our candidates excellent benefits package including holidays which can be bought and sold and a competitive share scheme flexible working, ability to work from home mixed with onsite client presence.     Please apply today to join our world class team.
    Job Location: 2-3 times a week Tadworth, 1x week London Randstad Sourceright; where technology innovation and our exceptional human touch make us the market leaders in Global Recruitment Outsourcing (RPO), Managed Services Provider (MSP) programs, Statement of Work (SOW) and Blended Workforce Solutions. Working for a multi-country organisation, means working with clients and colleagues with diverse backgrounds. The Program Manager provides the client with a specialist service procurement program based on their bespoke service offering as per the client contract. Managing and controlling all aspects of ‘Statement of Work’ for the client company across multiple regions. Responsible for implementing, directing, continuously improving and innovating the service procurement program. You will be responsible for   developing and/or delivering the SOW programme and outcomes, including compliance, financial goals and combined management of the MSP with multiple global sites and suppliers -providing direction and guidance to the SOW procurement specialists  sharing performance of the SOW programme and possible opportunities with relevant internal stakeholders while keeping ownership developing and/or delivering budget plans for SOW being familiar with contract schedules & contractual terms and having the ability to execute against them building own capabilities and develops the capabilities of direct reports by working within existing development framework; provides specialized training or coaching in the area of SOW expertise to others throughout the organization supplier management and evaluation being a spokesperson for state of the art SOW recruitment strategies and process optimization regarding the team to internal and external stakeholders.  The successful candidate MUST   be a Statement of Work/ Procurement subject matter expert with experience leading and scoping out large complex SOW requirements have experience in the negotiation of SOW contracts and understanding of liabilities and indemnities be CIPS qualified or similar (ideally Level 5 +) have extensive experience in a procurement environment managing globally complex Services Procurement solutions possess extensive knowledge of contingent recruitment In return you will receive   opportunity to work with a world class global recruitment business with leading technology, tools and innovation which allow our teams to focus on the human side of recruitment and provide a first class experience to both our clients and our candidates excellent benefits package including holidays which can be bought and sold and a competitive share scheme flexible working, ability to work from home mixed with onsite client presence.     Please apply today to join our world class team.

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