Recruitment, Retention and Networking Officer
The Chelmsford Office was established in 2013 and our mission is to brighten the lives of the elderly community giving them a sense of purpose, wellbeing and worth. This role will play a vital part ensuring that our clients receive the best in quality care and support the growth of our business.
Full driving licence and own vehicle is essential.
Unfortunately we cannot offer work visas or sponsorships at this time. All applicants are required to have a valid Right to Work in the UK in order to be considered for this role
· Manage all aspects of recruitment ensuring compliance with legislation, regulators and Franchise Standards.
· Develop and implement creative recruitment campaigns online and within the local community.
· Manage the end-to-end candidate experience creating a positive and engaging proposition.
· Proactively source candidates using a variety of sources that produce high-quality candidates.
· Develop own networks for sourcing candidates within the local community.
· Develop and maintain our approach to recruiting on social media by generating interesting, innovative, and timely content and campaigns.
· Use knowledge of the market and competitors to identify and develop the Company’s unique selling propositions and differentiators.
· Research, plan, and successfully execute regular community events including attending fairs, exhibitions, recruitment events, and any other appropriate events.
· Work alongside and support our Community Engagement Officer.
· Maintain the accuracy and integrity of recruitment-related information using the SmartRecruiters Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
· Utilise recruitment data to make informed decisions regarding the recruitment approach.
· Optimise the recruitment tools available and keep up to date on best practice approaches.
· Achieve targeted recruitment figures.
· Supporting aspects of office administration activities whilst being reactive to the recruitment needs of the business.
- Warmly greet visitors to the office; answer phone calls in a polite professional manner, passing on clear messages where appropriate.
- Manage correspondence by responding to emails and handling incoming and outgoing posts.
- Maintain effective systems ensuring that all filing and databases are kept up to date.
- Participation in the On-Call Rota
- Support the recruitment and pre-employment checks processes where appropriate.
- Coordinate Care Professionals' retention activities such as newsletters.
- Support projects and IT initiatives where appropriate.
- Carry out any other duties deemed necessary for the successful operation of the business.
- Ensure compliance with Home Instead’s Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities Policy, in respect of employment and service delivery.
- Confident in talking to all levels within the community
- Confident I setting up and carrying out events within the community
- Have excellent organisations skills and able to work under pressure.
- Ideally, have knowledge of domiciliary care, but not essential
- A full driving license and access to a vehicle is essential
If you have a passion for caring and the motivation to help us achieve our ambitions, we would love to hear from you.
Home Instead is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. This role is subject to DBS enhanced disclosure.