Resourcing Project Manager

HR

Posted: 06/07/2017


 

My client is a key player within the global banking space and is seeking an experienced Resourcing Project Manager to lead on their recruitment strategy across the firm. This role will be responsible for supporting on all lateral hiring requirements throughout the region/site, in areas such as Finance, Compliance, Audit, Legal, Technology, Operations, and Security, in addition to others. This is a fast-pace and exciting environment and is a great opportunity for an experienced Resourcing Project Manager, with high level credibility and excellent delivery capability, both direct and through the engagement of the third parties.

The responsibilities will include:

  • Liaising with key business stakeholders to establish hiring requirements and support on defining and implementing sourcing methodology to find the best candidates in the most cost and time effective way
  • Full accountability for the end-to-end delivery of resourcing for the region
  • Deploy sourcing techniques through a variety of channels to ensure both active and passive candidates are identified for positions
  • Manage recruitment agencies and or external search partners where appropriate for searches working with the broader team to ensure consistency in approach
  • Advice the business on compensation packages, interview best practice, an resourcing policies

This role will require the following experience:

  • A highly credible recruitment or talent acquisition partner with proven in-house experience within investment banking is highly desirable or must have very strong financial services experience
  • Proven track record of managing teams and resourcing projects successfully
  • Experience of managing RPO's
  • A working knowledge of recruitment working dynamics
  • Candidates should be educated to degree level or equivalent
  • High level credibility, influencing and stakeholder management should be evident
  • High level verbal and written communication

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability.