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This is a newly created role reporting to the Head of Talent & Wellbeing to support our ambitious Talent Acquisition strategy.
We are on a new journey, moving from traditional candidate attraction to directly sourcing candidates through use of networks, partnerships and creating talent pools.
We are looking for an experienced Talent Acquisition Business Partner to own the full recruitment process to ensure the firm attracts and retains the best Talent. Closely supported by the Head of Talent & Wellbeing you will develop our model and take a proactive approach to building talent pools and pipelines whilst advancing proactive industry market and competitor awareness.
You need proven resourcing experience as an in-house, hands-on recruitment specialist, managing end to end recruitment campaigns at various levels of complexity, including reporting and analytics.
Please view the attached job description for more information on this role.
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Legal recruitment consultants search for candidates within the legal market using social and other media. They work on sales and business development for achieving client engagement and other goals. They screen candidates, run background checks, interview them and provide advice to clients and candidates on training requirements, career opportunities and other areas.
Most employers prefer candidates having a law degree and experience of working in the legal profession for legal recruitment consultant jobs. You need to have emotional intelligence for the position. A team player with exposure to targets within the business environment will better fit in the role. A goal-oriented work approach is a must-have for this job.
The average per annum income for legal recruitment consultant vacancies varies depending on the factors like the employer and job responsibilities. Overall, these consultants are paid well and are offered competitive salary packages with career progression opportunities, bonuses and rewards, training, generous holidays, and more. More experienced consultants earn better than the ones with less experience.
If you have an interest in recruitment consultancy and you have a law degree or experience in the legal sector, becoming a legal recruitment consultant can turn out to be a lucrative career choice. The job involves hiring candidates and securing new clients so you get to have diverse responsibilities which make the role even more exciting.
Currently, there are plenty of job opportunities for legal recruitment consultants which will very likely increase in the years to come. As long as law firms will need advice and assistance regarding recruitment these consultants will be in demand. Explore and easily apply to your desired position in the UK’s law industry through Simply Law Jobs!
Legal recruitment consultants recruit candidates for law firms and other legal organisations. They attract candidates for permanent, part-time, and other positions. They understand their client’s recruitment needs to provide them with better consultancy and recruitment solutions. They make use of social media, headhunting, networking, and referrals to get resumes of candidates matching the qualifications and experience needed for different roles. They also use the candidate databases for finding the right match for a position. They interview the candidates, screen them, check their background, and suggest them to the clients. Advising the clients and candidates on training requirements and salary levels is also in the legal recruitment consultant job description.
The routine responsibilities of legal recruitment consultants include using social media, unique databases, job boards, LinkedIn, and forums for sourcing candidates. They work on business development and sales to reach out to new clients. They write engaging job adverts for different positions. They receive and review applications, conduct interviews and tests to get the candidates shortlisted for the clients. They inform the candidates about the test results or progress regarding job interviews. They guide them about the job role, salary, and benefits of working with an employer. They review recruitment policies and programmes and suggest changes to make the hiring process more efficient.
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