Overview

Job Location:
Edinburgh – United Kingdom

An exciting opportunity has arisen for someone to join the Talent Acquisition Team at FNZ. If you have 1-2 years experience as a recruitment co-ordinator this could be right opportunity for you. We are looking for someone who is keen to grow and develop their career.

As an established and rapidly growing company in the financial technology sector this is an ideal time to join FNZ and progress your career.

Reporting into the Head of Recruitment EMEA, the role holder will manage the end-to-end recruitment cycle for assigned functional areas of the business. The role will form part of our Global Talent Acquisition team and will be pivotal in developing our employment brand, talent pipeline as well as taking responsibility for continuing to enhance our direct recruitment model into a business-aligned, value adding function.

Beyond recruitment delivery, the role-holder will add value by executing the group recruitment strategies across the business. This will be achieved through becoming a Valued Business Partner, enhancing our Direct Recruitment model, improving our Quality & Diversity of Hire, ensuring Global Standards are adhered to and seek out Continuous Improvement across the Global Talent Acquisition function.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Liaising with Senior Management to Schedule meetings and Interviews

  • Assessment Centre Organisation and Facilitation

  • Executive Search Candidate Assessment Organisation

  • Ability to facilitate full recruitment process when required

  • Screening and assessing candidates to ensure they meet business requirements

  • Tracking and reporting recruiting statistics and maintaining our in-house recruiting system with a high level of integrity and accuracy

  • Participating in global talent acquisition and HR initiatives and promoting leading practices

  • Participating in graduate and university internship recruiting initiatives

  • Promote brand awareness along with graduate and intern programs at University career fairs where necessary

  • Produce KPIs and measures to track levels of recruitment, cost of hire, time to fill and source of hire

Direct Recruitment:

  • Responsible for meeting recruitment delivery targets and managing internal stakeholders throughout recruitment assignments.

  • Lead the end to end recruitment process (i.e. requisition creation, job posting, sourcing, screening, compliance, offers).

  • Direct sourcing and headhunting of best in class talent adhering to FNZ standards. Source candidates through multiple channels; heavy focus on LinkedIn Recruiter and business referrals.

  • Undertaking direct sourcing strategies to ensure consistent results and high quality hires.

  • Building and maintaining a pipeline of qualified candidates to support continuous recruitment.

  • Conduct external research and build communication strategies /campaigns to attract candidate prospects.

  • Depending on requisition volumes & demand, there is an expectation to support other recruitment areas (outside of specific remit).

Quality & Diversity of Hire:

  • Support the promotion of FNZ Group’s employer value proposition and brand in the market. Represent FNZ Group at industry and networking events.

  • Support diversity & inclusion initiatives and ensure this is embedded in the recruitment life-cycle for appointments.

  • Work with the business to add value throughout the recruitment cycle to make better hiring decisions.

  • Contribute and support alternative sourcing methods to enhance quality & diversity of hire across the business.   

Group Standards: 

  • Ensure global recruitment standards in place are robust, effective and focused on ROI.

  • Encourage and share best practice standards across the global talent acquisition function.

  • Assist the automation and standardisation of the recruitment cycle with heavy focus on embedding Workday Recruitment.

Continuous Improvement:

  • Continuously review and refine the FNZ Group recruitment proposition.

  • Explore and recommend new recruitment tools & methods.

  • Participate and support on regional recruitment and HR initiatives

What we are looking for:

  • Degree qualified or equivalent experience (Desirable)

  • Previous experience working as a Talent Acquisition Coordinator desirable

  • In-house recruitment function experience desirable

  • Able to work with a high degree of accuracy

  • Ability to work with Senior Stakeholders

  • Ability to work effectively as a team to drive an excellent resourcing service to the business

  • Organised and proactive, with the drive to deliver results and manage self effectively

  • Fluent in English both written and verbal

  • Has a high impact as a communicator – verbally, written and in meetings

  • Works with others in a collaborative and solutions focused manner to achieve measurable outcomes that improvement business performance.

  • Experienced in building upon and improving existing processes and procedures

  • Ability to handle high volume recruitment

What will you need to succeed at FNZ?

  • A ‘can-do’, adaptable approach. FNZ moves fast – you will need to be willing to learn new things quickly

  • You will be a self-starter

  • High level problem solving and quantitative reasoning

  • Work well in a team and build collaborative relationships with stakeholders

  • Strong attention to detail

What we offer:

  • Be part of a successful company that continues to grow and expand into new markets

  • Unique exposure to UK markets and a broad range of investment products

  • Global career opportunities

  • Friendly, open and motivating work environment

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • Fully paid private health and life insurance plus other add on benefits

  • Fully paid training & development opportunities

  • Flexible working

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