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£20,000 - £25,000

This placement role sits within our Early Talent Team, within the wider People Team. The Early Talent function was established in 2020 to support the recruitment and delivery of professional qualification programmes for our trainees, and it is now a team of 8 working across a wide range of activity.

This placement role will be working as an Early Talent Recruitment Assistant, working closely with a Senior Advisor and Coordinator, to support the end-to-end recruitment process. You’ll be getting involved in all aspects of the job, from on-campus attraction, to application screening, right through to onboarding. You will provide administration assistance throughout the process, to support the team in providing a first-class service to the business, and an excellent candidate experience to those applying to the early talent programmes.

You’ll be gaining a varied experience and insight into a full early talent recruitment cycle, and will also gain an insight into teams and services across the firm through training, lunch & learns, a group project and networking. We are committed to giving each person that joins us first class training in a personal and friendly working environment.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Handling recruitment-related queries within the shared inbox
  • Working with candidates and Hiring Managers to schedule interviews
  • Reviewing and processing of trainee applications
  • Supporting the coordination and attendance at external recruitment events
  • Supporting branding and promotional activities for the Early Talent programmes
  • Assisting the onboarding process, by preparing and issuing new starter documents and coordinating pre-joining activities
  • Updating and maintaining accurate data in the application tracking system
  • Coordinating employee referrals
  • Ad-hoc support on other activities, projects and events

Role requirements:

This 12-month placement is for students who need to complete a placement as part of their undergraduate degree, with an interest in pursuing a career in recruitment and/or People function. Students applying should be on-track for a 2:2 or above, and demonstrate the following skills:

  • Strong team orientated approach with flexibility regarding tasks undertaken
  • Excellent administrative and organisational skills with the ability to progress multiple tasks simultaneously, prioritise workload and maintain effective systems
  • Ability to work under pressure and in a fast paced environment
  • A confident communicator, able to deal comfortably and credibly with staff at all levels, both internally and externally
  • Takes ownership of own workload and development
  • Professional and motivated with a can-do attitude with the ability to forge professional relationships

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£20,000 - £25,000


Hybrid, London

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