Junior Recruitment Advisor / Auckland / $40k - $45k

  • Auckland

We are looking for a dynamic, driven and emerging recruitment administrator with a minimum of 1-2 years’ experience who has been working in either a client or customer-facing business, digital agency or recruitment agency role. This person may come from the digital admin media world or maybe a young recruiter looking to get into a more boutique recruitment agency specializing in the Marketing, Digital, Creative talent sectors.

The ideal person will have kicked off their career with at least one year’s experience and formal education to match. They will not be a stranger to consistently high service levels, conscientious business practices, energy, style, and flair – all wrapped up in a ‘winning’ attitude.

Role Overview

As a Junior Recruitment Administrator, you will support and assist weekly across a portfolio of 30 established and growing corporate and agency digital centred clients.

You’ll be kept busy managing the recruitment and booking of all talent (full-time, contract & freelance), participating in the acquisition and retention of new applicants, advising and managing candidates’ expectations, all while answering the short and long-term staffing needs of the client.

Required Experience

- 1-year (Minimum)
- Experience managing and dealing with a range of diverse clientele
- Strong in client service

Key Skills

- Source and identify top digital candidates within the market
- Grow and maintain an existing pool of digital freelance and contract talent across a variety of digital
profession (think UI to UX to Developers)
- General candidate admin including organizing interviews, managing applicants, formatting resumes, profiles
and portfolios
- Assist in taking thorough job briefs alongside other consultants
- Support the facilitation and management of the “end to end recruitment process”
- Developing successful new and existing client relationships
- Actively pitching talented candidates with flair and passion
- Interviewing and working alongside candidates to develop their career goals, while providing sound support
and advice
- Writing talent recommendations, negotiating rate/salary structures, confirming bookings and interviews,
scripting talent briefs, advising on recruitment processes and overall administration
- Ensure internal database systems have been successfully enriched with the required information, data and
documentation
- Place job adverts on the appropriate local and international job boards and social channels

Essential skills

- Strong interest and knowledge of the marketing, design, digital, development and digital media industries
- Loves to get on the phone and talk to people
- Happy to express a strong opinion
- Familiar with Mac computer systems
- Savvy with business tools such as Keynote, Word, Xcel and PowerPoint
- An eye for detail
- Excellent organisational and time management skills
- Great communication skills and ability to build rapport with others
- Ability to work within a fast-paced environment

The Package

- 4.5-day work weeks, finish 12:30 pm Friday
- Mac laptop computer
- Phone costs covered
- Monthly KPI Bonus

Apply Today

If this role sounds like you e-mail The Pond Digital Director, Hayden Baker, hayden@thepond.co.nz or HR consultant Christy Warn, marketing@thepond.co.nz, with your CV and a brief summary on why you are perfect for the role.

Due to the urgency around the new position, please only apply if you are in New Zealand and have a valid NZ work visa.

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