Recruitment Co-ordinator

Ref No. EMP461389
Location England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (3 months)
Job Status Closed
IR35 Status Inside
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Introduction

Recruitment Co-ordinators required for 3 month contracts (possibility of extending) working for the NHS (home working)

Important

TRAC or NHS Jobs experience

The Job

Recruitment Co-ordinators required for 3 month contracts (possibility of extending) working for the NHS (home working)

Working inside of IR35 for a high-profile NHS organisation, you will be part of a national COVID vaccination/critical care recruitment programme.

Key responsibilities:

  • Conduct ID check meetings over Microsoft Teams
  • Conduct short employment interviews with applicants.
  • Progress offers, quickly and accurately undertaking pre-employment checks within TRAC.
  • Deal with enquiries from applicants, referees, line managers and other interested parties.
  • Supervise the work of a team of Recruitment Associates.
  • Escalation point for more detailed queries, raising complex issues as required.
  • Advanced experience of TRAC - monitor and manage workflow via TRAC dashboard, able to manipulate vacancies, run and interpret reports etc.

For this role you need to have previous experience within a recruitment role for the NHS with previous experience of TRAC or NHS Jobs.

These roles are to start ASAP and will be working remotely - however you could be based in central London or Ashford, Kent.

Pay rates on offer are between £150 - £185 per day Umbrella depending on your level of experience and location.

Networkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Networkers and may assist with processing your application.

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