BMG Outsourcing Inc is seeking a Recruitment Specialists/ HR Support. The successful applicant will assist a business in Australia that provides financial record keeping and accounting services which aim to allow business owners to focus on their core competencies while they concentrate on the provision of timely, accurate and compliant financial administration.
1. Recruitment Specialists
- Identify Potential Candidates
One of the foremost duties of the recruitment specialist is identifying potential hires based on applicant resumes and vacant staff positions. The recruitment specialist works closely with department managers and HR professionals to identify critical positions and examine applicant information (including resumes and social media sites) to determine which candidates meet or exceed the position’s requirements.
- Conduct Screening Interviews
Recruitment specialists meet directly with job candidates to conduct screening
interviews. In these interviews, the recruitment specialist asks a series of questions to
determine whether the applicant possesses the necessary skills for the role and whether
they seem like a good personality fit for the organization. The recruitment specialist
then makes recommendations to the hiring manager for further interviews.
- Create Job Postings
Recruitment specialists help craft and post job listings on job recruitment boards and
other websites to attract skilled applicants. In this aspect of the role, the recruitment
specialist works closely with department and hiring managers to identify the role’s key
duties and core competencies along with any educational or certification requirements
before posting the job and opening it to applicants.
- Coordinate Recruitment Activities
In many organizations, the recruitment specialist works with recruiters and hiring
managers to coordinate a range of recruitment activities that can include job fairs and
campus events to recruit upcoming graduates. In this aspect of the role, the recruitment
specialist works to align overall recruitment activities with organizational goals for hiring
and retention. They may also prepare reports related to the results of these efforts and
- Support Fair Hiring Practices
Many recruitment specialists support overall company adherence to fair hiring practices
by periodically reviewing hiring and interviewing processes and assessing job postings to
ensure that they are free of discriminatory language. This part of the job requires that
the recruitment specialist possesses a thorough understanding of the Fair Labor
Standards Act and other employment laws and takes the necessary steps to bring their
organization into compliance.
- Develop Retention Strategies
Finally, some recruitment specialists help their organizations maintain quality talent by
developing and enacting organization-wide retention strategies. The recruitment
specialist may assess data related to departing employees to determine whether there
are structural or organization-wide reasons for staff vacancies. They then develop
strategies or make recommendations to reduce employee turnover and enhance
employee quality of life.
2. Human Resources Support
- Substantiate applicants’ skills by administering and scoring tests
- Schedule examinations by coordinating appointments
- Welcomes new employees to the organization by conducting orientation
- Submit employee data reports by assembling, preparing and analyzing data.
- Maintains employee information by entering and updating employment and status-
- Maintains employee confidence and protects operations by keeping human resource
- Maintain quality service by following organization standards
Recruitment specialists help companies meet their staffing needs by identifying and acquiring
talented job applicants. Companies tend to hire candidates with at least a bachelor’s degree,
two to three years of recruiting experience, and the following skills:
- Technical skills – many recruitment specialists use web-based technologies and social media to
support recruiting efforts, so computer and technical skills are frequently essential in this role
- Networking – recruitment specialists should be skilled networkers, able to build professional
relationships and identify opportunities to connect individuals in their networks with
- Team coordination – recruitment specialists tend to work with teams of other recruiters, so
they should be able to effectively coordinate team activities to achieve common goals
Analytical thinking – in order to examine applicant resumes and other credentials to find
suitable candidates for positions within their organizations, recruitment specialists need
excellent analytical skills
- Communication skills – written and verbal communication are important in this position, as
recruitment specialists must effectively communicate with job candidates and managers within