Location : Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester or Watford
Reporting to :
Student Recruitment Systems Assistant Manager
This role supports the Student Recruitment team’s Systems requirements. The Systems Coordinator will support the Systems Assistant Manager in providing and maintaining effective technology solutions, training and reporting for the Student Recruitment Team as well as supporting the wider Student Recruitment team with candidate management support.
These systems include Applicant Tracking, Event and Interview Management and assessment technology. In light of the GDPR, this role will also play a key part in ensuring that the Student Recruitment team is compliant in its activities and delivering the highest standards of candidate experience.
Point of contact for system related queries, ensuring these are resolved in a timely manner
Supporting with training and support to the team on the current recruitment systems; including best practice and compliance
Supporting with communications and training to colleagues on recruitment technology
Supporting with reviewing technology processes and uses, recommending efficiencies and changes where possible
Conducting User Acceptance Testing on system updates
To support the Systems Assistant Manager and Manager in technology and analysis projects
Delivery of effective Recruitment reporting (MI) to colleagues
Supporting the team and technologies in meeting compliance standards
Ad-hoc support of recruitment activity, including application screening, Launch Pad assessment centres, responding to candidate queries etc. The Person
Ideally experienced in the use of recruitment systems with a passion and understanding for technology
Ability to demonstrate empathy and a knowledge of the student recruitment marketplace
Drive and commitment
A confident presenter
Strong IT skills including Excel, Power Point, databases and internet research
Confident in working with numbers and data
Ability to build and maintain relationships with a variety of stakeholders
Excellent organisation and time management skills with a keen eye for detail
Flexibility to work within a fast-paced environment
Ability to adapt to change quickly and positively
Forward thinking and proactive approach
Self-motivated to work autonomously and also able to work effectively in a teamWhilst this role is office based, you will be required to travel, where face to face events take place, to KPMG offices and some events around the country this will require overnight stays during campaign time and on an ad-hoc basis throughout the year.
Intelligent working requests will be considered; however, it should be noted that demands of the role include cover on most days;
and some travel around the UK with irregular hours particularly during campaign time.