This Jobsfunter Listing is about JLL in London, England, United Kingdom 2022
About the job
We are looking for a Senior Recruitment Advisor / Recruitment Advisor for our Early Careers team
We’re JLL. We’re a professional services and investment management firm specialising in real estate. We help organisations around the world achieve their ambitions by owning, occupying and investing in real estate.
If you’re looking to step up your career, JLL is the perfect professional home. At JLL, you’ll have a chance to innovate at a world leading business and put your expertise into action on projects that will make a real difference. You’ll also make long-lasting professional connections through sharing different perspectives, and you’ll be inspired by the best. We’re focused on opportunity and want to help you make the most of yours. Achieve your ambitions – join us at JLL!
Our Early Careers team are responsible for how we attract, recruit, and develop the next generation of talent. As our business aims to grow, we want to grow our Early Careers population with it, so we are looking for someone who wants to take responsibility for our Early Careers recruitment in the UK.
In this role, you will lead the attraction and recruitment of graduates, school leavers, interns and placements. This means that you will be responsible for working with business leaders to establish their recruitment needs, through to planning and delivering our recruitment efforts each season. This is a 360-degree role, meaning you’ll be getting involve in the strategy as much as you will in the operations work.
You will work alongside one of our Coordinators and an external third party, so you will be trusted to own the role and bring your experience to the team. You will report to the Director for EMEA Early Careers and work with them to ensure we are consistent in what we deliver in the UK and share best practices with our EMEA colleagues.
What This Job Involves
- You’ll engage with and build strong relationships with business leaders to establish what their needs are and how we can recruit for them
- You’ll plan our recruitment season – from education institutes to work with and events we’ll run/attend, through to assessment centres
- You’ll work with our Outreach and Partnerships Advisor so we can engage with the student market in the best way possible
- You’ll oversee and be involved in the screening of recruitment stages, e.g. applications and digital interviews
- You’ll ensure we deliver an amazing experience with a personalised approach for our candidates
- You’ll connect with our Development team to ensure pipeline programmes convert talent to our trainee programmes
- You’ll review and report on our recruitment efforts and external partnerships to ensure we are maximising our returns and reaching our aspirations of a truly diverse trainee population
- You’ll manage external partnerships that will help us with attraction and recruitment work, such as marketing agencies, universities, and schools
- You’ll keep up to date with changes in the Early Careers market and incorporate them to ensure we are delivering the best recruitment experience possible.
There may also be opportunities to assist with wider team ad-hoc projects – this could involve working on recruitment or development tasks.
Sound like you? To apply, you need to be:
We are looking for candidates who have a desire to make a difference and create opportunities that make a lasting impact. Being resourceful and having a creative mindset will help you come up with new ways we can engage candidates, as well as make the most of our opportunities and resources.
As this will be a busy role, being able to juggle multiple projects and build strong relationships internally and externally are vital. You will also be comfortable in reviewing data to understand our diversity of applicants and assess the return on investment from events/attraction methods.
You’ll have worked in an Early Careers Recruitment or similar role before, with experience in planning and managing recruitment seasons – this could be for regions or on a national level. You’ll also be confident in managing stakeholders across various job levels and have strong passion for supporting the next generation of talent and continuously improving what we do.
Every day is different, and in all these activities, we’d encourage you to show your ingenuity.
Diversity and Inclusion is at the heart of JLL. We believe in recruiting, retaining, rewarding and developing all our employees with regard to their abilities and contributions and without reference to their background, gender, gender identity, ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, political belief, disability or long-term health condition.
We are committed to making all stages of our recruitment process and employment accessible to candidates with disabilities and long-term health conditions. Please do feel able to be open about this at any point during the process, and our recruitment team will work with you to establish the most appropriate adjustments. We are keen to support all our employees with juggling their work, personal and family commitments and alongside our approach to flexible working. We have a comprehensive parental transition support programme to assist parents during the early months and years of parenthood.
JLL Ltd is a Living Wage accredited business, as we believe a fair day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay. To find out more about our Living Wage accreditation, please go here.
What You Can Expect From Us
You’ll join an entrepreneurial, inclusive culture. One where we succeed together – across the desk and around the globe. Where like-minded people work naturally together to achieve great things.
Our Total Rewards program reflects our commitment to helping you achieve your ambitions in career, recognition, wellbeing, benefits and pay.
Join us to develop your strengths and enjoy a fulfilling career full of varied experiences. Keep those ambitions in sights and imagine where JLL can take you…
Apply today at jll.com/careers.
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Vacancy Type: Full-time · Associate
Job Location: London, England, United Kingdom
Application Deadline: N/A