Resourcing Advisor (South)

Group Support Centre
Home Counties
Hours Per Week:
Vacancy Type:
06 Feb 2022
What you'll be doing?

Working closely with Regional HRBP and Hiring Managers to understand key resource requirements to ensure the development of resourcing plans meet both current and future organisational needs.

You will be expected to:

  • Be responsible for Regional plans that meet both current and future organisational needs, to attract talent and fulfill critical resource requirements
  • Act as the recruitment subject matter expert on employee resourcing strategies to provide innovative, cost effective and timely solutions
  • Ensure that all new starters are fully compliant to company standards and UK employment legislation
  • Optimise direct delivery and time to hire capability and strive to continually improve our service
  • Develop and maintain the recruitment process within the business evaluating and improving the effectiveness of recruitment material such as job adverts
  • Utilise social media and other professional networks, with the ability to undertake proactive attraction that has a direct impact on talent pipelines
  • Coach and develop hiring managers to ensure that they understand our contractual requirements and strive to deliver a ‘best in class’ recruitment and candidate experience
  • Oversee delivery of all recruitment within assigned Region to ensure that KPI’s are met
  • Manage all external suppliers including recruitment agencies, advertising agencies, job boards in relation to recruitment activity within Region
  • Continually review and utilise the ATS for recruitment processes ensuring that all workflows, templates and portals are inline with company requirements 
What you'll need?

To be successful in this role, we are looking for:

  • An expert knowledge of recruitment is essential with demonstrable experience in an inhouse recruitment, demonstrating in depth understanding of the end to end recruitment process.
  • An understanding of employment legislation and compliance to recruitment and industry specific laws and requirements; including referencing, redeployment and immigration processes
  • Experience of working on an Applicant Tracking System.
  • Familiarity with social media and other professional networks, with the ability to undertake proactive attraction that has a direct impact on talent pipelines
  • Exceptional customer service and stakeholder management with strong influencing and negotiation techniques, able to adapt style as required to persuade and gain support of stakeholders
  • An understanding of diversity and how this impacts and connects with resourcing
  • Effective project management, and campaign management (internal and external) skills
Our Company and Benefits

We’ve been nationally recognised as a 5 star housebuilder twelve years in a row for supplying high-quality homes for all generations. That’s more than any other major housebuilder. It’s because we combine the brightest minds, the latest technology, and a genuine commitment to putting customers first. We want the best people in the industry to help us shape the future of building. We have tailored opportunities for apprentices, graduates, experienced professionals and ex-Armed Forces personnel to come and help us stay one step ahead, and build the homes that Britain needs.

We are building an organisation where anyone with drive and talent can pursue the career they want. We are building a culture where anyone, regardless of gender, race, sexuality, disability, background or any other characteristic, can progress and be proud to work for us.

As part of working for Barratt Developments PLC and specifically for this role we offer:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Competitive Bonus Scheme
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • Annual Medical Health Assessment
  • 26 days’ holiday (increase by 1 day for every 3 years’ continuous service up to 29 days)
  • Choice of Flexible Benefits
  • Enhanced Family Friendly Policies
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