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Recruitment Manager - Management Consultancy
- Regional Recruitment Role
- Leading Global Firm
About Our Client
Our client is a multinational consultancy firm offering integrated content, analytics and information services support amongst other customised services based on specific client needs across the financial, professional and commercial industries.
A Regional role, the selected candidate will work closely with the Regional and Global Recruitment team to efficiently and effectively manage the full recruitment cycle within the growing business.
- Lead and execute the recruitment strategy across Asia Pacific, implementing targeted sourcing and marketing techniques to identify and attract appropriate talent pools to the expanding business
- Manage the end-to-end recruitment process, interviewing candidates to assess suitable positions based on specific business needs
- Develop and maintain strong relationships across local and regional business lines
- Educate and support hiring managers to identify interview evaluation criteria and competencies
- Ensure consistent and quality candidate experience across all levels of hiring
- Lead firm wide Talent Acquisition initiatives and relevant recruitment events across the business
The Successful Applicant
- Bachelors Degree holder
- At least 5 years of recruiting/sourcing experience within professional services firm (Both in-house and agency experience preferred)
- Strong understanding of candidate networks across Asia Pacific, with proven experience in direct sourcing techniques
- Experienced in candidate management of junior to senior level hires with a passion for delivering exemplary candidate experience
- Proven ability to partner with senior stakeholders to fully understand business needs
- Excellent communication skills in English. Chinese and Mandarin preferred
What's on Offer
Exciting and newly created Regional recruitment position within a growing business, the selected candidate will manage and drive the end-to-end talent acquisition function across the Asia Pacific.