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Technical Recruiter EMEA - Expired

Job Title Technical Recruiter EMEA
Job Type Temporary
Salary €0.00 per annum + Highly competitive salary
Location Dublin City Centre, Dublin
Start Date ASAP
Our Reference BBBH542_1494597894
Job Advertised about 4 years ago

Technical Recruiter EMEA

Our client, a global highly innovative technology company has an exciting opportunity for an experienced and highly organised Technical Internal Recruiter to join their EMEA hub in Dublin

Working within a team environment you will be responsible for all aspects of end to end recruitment and will play a crucial role in ensuring the best tech talent is attracted and retained. You will be involved in the recruitment of technical employees for this dynamic business across the EMEA region.

Some of your responsibilities will Include

  • Managing the full-cycle recruitment process
  • Identify tech talent through the use of innovative sourcing strategies
  • Supporting hiring managers and assist in the development of an effective recruitment strategy
  • Maintain reports and metrics
  • Drive the offer process
  • Work with HR to on-board new hires

Key Skills and background experience

  • 3+ years' experience working within an in-house or agency role sourcing technical candidates
  • Ability to recruit technical candidates at various levels of seniority
  • Ability to think outside of the box and use creative sourcing techniques to identify suitable candidates
  • Excellent communication skills with ability to negotiate with and influence others
  • Passionate about technology, innovation, social media and general trends within recruitment
  • Results driven individual with a can-do attitude

    The role offers a competitive salary that will reflect your level of experience.

Next Step….
Contact Georgina in Principle HR for further details on this and other Technical recruitment roles.

All communications and queries will be treated in the strictest of confidence

Georgina Dunne| 01 603 5075 |

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