ID Business Solutions Ltd.

Part-time Recruitment Coordinator

Req No.
Human Resources
Temporary Part-Time


IDBS has recently joined the prestigious Danaher family of companies and the HR team is looking to hire a part-time Recruitment Coordinator to provide a professional and comprehensive administration support service to the team during an exciting program of change initiatives.


Primarily we're looking for support with the coordination of recruitment activity, but we want someone who will roll up their sleeves and get stuck into whatever needs doing.


You'll be responsible for:


  • Screening of CVs, arranging interviews and following up with managers to provide prompt candidate feedback to enable roles to be filled on time and with the best available talent.
  • Managing relationships with external stakeholders, including agencies and candidates.
  • Processing employment documentation for all employees joining the company, including relevant personnel and reference checks, internal liaison with IT, Payroll, Facilities & Management.
  • Ensuring onboarding plans are provided by line managers and uploaded to the HRIS in a timely manner to enable new hires to swiftly deliver business benefit.
  • Supporting the small HR team with the provision of other administrative support to enable the on time delivery of all project activities, including but not limited to the management of training records and filing.
  • Updating all HR systems promptly and accurately.


You'll need to be obsessive about attention to detail, able to work in a discrete manner and be confident on the telephone, dealing with candidates, hiring managers and agencies. Ideally you'll have some experience of having worked in a recruitment environment, perhaps even in an agency setting, but this isn't essential. The HR team is small and we work at pace so you'll need to have the drive to get things done!


This is a part-time role (20 hours per week) on a fixed term contract to the end of summer 2018.




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