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Resourcer – Leeds

Would you enjoy helping someone find their chosen career path? We are on the hunt for a Recruitment Resourcer. As a Recruitment Resourcer you will be responsible for helping candidates find the right apprenticeship and giving them the support, they need to begin their chosen career in IT. Based in our Leeds head office you will work closely with the client engagement team, have the chance to earn uncapped commission while working in a vibrant and fun office environment.

The salary bracket for this position is £18,500-21,000.

If you are interested in applying, then we are looking for someone who has:

• Customer service experience
• Good communication skills
• Good organisation skills

It is essential that the right person has the following skills:

• MS Office

Main responsibilities:
• Resourcing candidates from various sources
• Identifying skills to match appropriately with current vacancies
• Conducting telephone screenings to determine the suitability for the roles
• Interviewing apprentices face to face and briefing about the responsibilities, salary and benefits of the job in question.
• Organising interviews for the candidates as requested by the client
• Offering support and guidance to learners during their application process

OUR VISION

We’re a multi-award-winning specialist provider of digital and tech apprenticeships, passionate about creating opportunity for anyone wanting a successful career in IT. From new talent just starting their career to experienced talent taking it to the next level, we believe everyone has the potential to be excellent. That’s why we strive to create it every day. Over 1,200 apprentices learn with us each year, building the ever-growing digital knowledge and skills required by today’s employers. Using a personalised and supportive training approach, our team of Industry expert trainers, work hand-in-hand with learners to meet their individual learning needs and create a technology-led and interactive learning experience. Across our group of nationwide training centres in Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and London, we’re committed to one thing – making a difference. Whether that’s for our learners, employers or each other, it’s our united and inclusive approach that makes it happen. It’s where our strength comes from.

Estio Training is an organisation where all employees are in a position of trust with children, young people and vulnerable adults. Estio Training will therefore require a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certificate for all staff appointed. Estio Training complies fully with the DBS Code of Practice and undertakes to treat all applicants for positions fairly. A copy of the DBS Code of Practice is available on request. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all learners and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment whilst upholding the vision and values of Estio Training.

Successful Applicants will have to undergo an Enhanced DBS check.

We have one purpose. We build skills for better futures.

Amy Smith

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