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Diversity & Inclusion Recruiter
— Data & Technology
- Newly created opportunity for Recruiter driven by diversity and inclusion
- Work closely with our industry partners WomensTechJobs, techSPARK, Care Leaver Covenant and Babbassa (to name a few)
- Client, candidate and partner facing role where relationships, commitment and trust is key
- Salary and bonus on experience
This is a unique Recruiter opportunity that has been created through the formalisation of our partnership with WomensTechJobs / WomensTechHub, whilst also supporting ADLIB's wider reaching initiatives to increase gender, social background, age as well as ethnic inclusivity and diversity within our clients' teams .
What youll be doing
ADLIB has built a brand on service, knowledge and dedication. Throughout the years weve successfully found solutions that will support business growth, whilst supporting those within the industries we operate in. This is a new position that opens up a whole new chapter.
Not only will it increase diversity and inclusion across the south west's tech and data sectors, it will also play a vital role in supporting the wider business in meeting ambitious growth plans, whilst remaining true to the beliefs on which ADLIB was founded.
Having recently formalised our partnership with WomensTechJobs, youll be a vital component between the organisation and ADLIB, identifying and supporting candidates and opportunities that sit between the two parties and maximise the potential in front of us both. Youll build a name within its own right, trusted and supportive, in turn matching a wide reaching joint client base with talented people from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds.
Youll be the voice, spokesperson, advisor and supporter of ADLIB's diversity and inclusion activity. Youll enjoy working collaboratively within industry groups, networking, relationship building, presenting, informing and championing.
What experience youll need
- A commercial recruitment background with the ability to create opportunity from a wealth of relationships and knowledge that already exists within the business
- A fundamental desire to promote diversity and inclusion within the South West technology and data sectors
- A consultative, supportive approach that can spot opportunity, take it to market and maximise the potential
- The ability to build, deliver and present a diversity and inclusion strategy into our partnerships and clients, ensuring success for all
- Somebody who enjoys being control of their own destiny as true potential of this offering unfolds
What youll get for your talents
A base salary in line with your experience and previous success, a decent commission structure, 26.5 days holiday (plus bank holidays), health scheme, seriously nice offices, a social committee that ensures we're an inclusive bunch, ping pong, company lunches and drinks / pizza Fridays (drinkers, non drinkers, vegans, veggies, you'll be good company) and most importantly you'll be joining a collaborative team that'll have your back from day one and support you every step of the way.
Please get in touch with Nick at ADLIB now to talk further.
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