|Project||R & D Team Leader|
|Employer||Change Agents UK|
Change Agents UK Level: 2
Location: Oakham, Rutland
Number of Positions: 1
What will this position involve?
The role will be responsible for the recruitment and development of graduates and young people interested in developing an ethical and responsible career. This will involve advertising, shortlisting applicants CVs, telephone interviews, face-to-face interviews and assistance with induction as well as ongoing support through our Skills Development Programme. It will also hold responsibility for establishing and developing new and existing relationships with clients.
This role will work alongside and oversee, on a day-to-day basis, the Recruitment and Development team. It will also involve working to improve our processes and providing excellent customer service to all stakeholders.
Who would this position suit?
We are looking for an enthusiastic, innovative and creative person, who thrives on a challenge to join our award winning team. You have excellent organisational skills, are a natural problem solver and a people-person, who gets a buzz from building relationships and trust with key stakeholders.
Most importantly, you have a passion for the principles of sustainability and a commitment to your own professional development and that of others.
Who are Change Agents UK as an organisation?
One of The JobCrowd’s Top 100 Companies for Graduates to Work For since 2014, Change Agents UK is a national sustainability and educational charity and not-for-profit organisation based in Oakham, Rutland.
We have been recruiting, training and supporting early careerists (or ‘Change Agents’, as they are known) into employment in the sustainability sector since 1996; creating a network of people empowered to live and work in a way that makes a positive impact on the world around them.
Explore www.changeagents.org.uk to find out more about Change Agents UK and our projects.
What is the Change Agents UK Team like?
We are a small but tenacious team, who take great pride in working for an organisation that makes such a big impact in the sustainability sector. We are hardworking, friendly, supportive and practice what we preach – helping our staff develop the skills and experience they need in order to be a success.
We also value humour and a good slice of cake.
Why would you want this position?
This role offers you a great opportunity to contribute towards the growth of our sustainability charity, help to create personal development opportunities for young people in the sustainability sector and work towards a sustainable future for everyone.
You will develop many transferable skills and knowledge of a broad range of sustainability /ethical/responsible sectors, as well as project management, marketing and selling ideas. This opportunity will also give you valuable experience of a professional recruitment process. This will provide you with insight into developing quality job applications and interview style when applying for future roles yourselves and a key skill for more senior-level positions. You will also have an opportunity to liaise with clients and graduates in the sustainability sector, thus enhancing your professional networks.
Excellent training is provided.
This opportunity is initially a fixed term contract for 12 months; however it is intended that this will be extended, or the role may develop into other opportunities within Change Agents UK, subject to satisfactory performance and funding.
Salary (per annum pro rata): £20,000 pa pro rata
Start Date: ASAP
Length of Opportunity: 12 months (with potential to extend)
Additional Position Details
Closing Date: Sunday, 27th August 2017
Hours/Week: 37.5 (possibility of working part-time / job-share)
Annual leave: 25 days
Work outside normal hours: A reasonable amount of travel will be involved in undertaking interviews around the country. There may be some work outside of normal office hours. Change Agents UK operates a flexi-time policy and work related travel expenses are paid.
Please direct all correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01572 723419
|Hours Per Week||37.50|
Closed - no further applications permitted