First City Nursing Services
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Resourcer/Administrator

On Site Resourcer/Administrator


First City Nursing and Care are looking for a Resourcer/Administrator preferably with some full cycle recruiting experience, from talent sourcing and attracting candidates to interviewing and hiring great employees.


The successful candidate will collaborate with department managers on a regular basis and proactively identify future hiring needs.

You should also be able to attract candidates using various sources, like social media networks and employee referrals.


Ultimately, the responsibilities are to ensure our company attracts, hires and retains the best employees while growing a strong talent pipeline.


Responsibilities



  • Develop and update job descriptions and job specifications.

  • Preform job and task analysis to document job requirements and objectives

  • prepare recruitment materials and post jobs to appropriate job board/newspaper/collages etc

  • Source and recruit candidates by using databases, social media etc

  • Screen candidates resumes and job applications

  • Ensure we have talent pipelines and work force plans to meet the resource requirements of the business

  • Ensure that the end to end recruitment process supports a positive experience to our candidates at all times

  • Conduct registrations using various reliable recruiting and selection tools/methods to filter candidates within schedule

  • Assess applicants relevant knowledge, skills, soft skills, experience and aptitudes.

  • On board new employee's in order to become fully integrated.

  • Promote company's reputation as "best place to work"


Requirements



  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Ability to work using own initiative and as part of a team

  • Strong communication skills

  • Ability to multi-task and manage workload

  • Previous experience within a resourcing role would be desirable



Hours Monday - Friday 8.30 - 17.00


Salary dependant on experience