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19th May

Senior / Principal Recruiter

— Sustainability

Location:
Bristol
Type:
Salary:
£On experience
  • Join a well-respected and successful B Corp Certified recruitment business with an extensive client base, established industry partnerships and a progressive and enjoyable environment
  • Enjoy a truly engaging and collaborative team environment with the entire business supporting you every step of the way
  • You bring the attitude and ambition and we’ll provide you with every possible tool you could wish for, a highly successful marketing programme and a personal development plan to ensure you achieve great things

In 2019 ADLIB became one of a handful of B Corp recruitment businesses based in the UK. We’re committed to sustainability - economically, on a human level and for the environment. 

This is a newly created role, that calls for an experienced Senior or Principal recruiter who’ll enjoy building on our existing client base and taking things to a whole new level. Working with often complex organisations who will benefit from our services to attract the talent required to drive their sustainability programmes and business models forward. We’re seeking a Senior or Principal Recruiter with a deep understanding of sustainability issues who’d love to immerse themselves into the sector and build out a team of specialists. 

What you’ll be doing

We’re looking for experienced Recruiter who is in recruitment for the long game. Ambitious, committed and authentic you’ll want to take advantage of our brand, knowledge, platform and industry contacts and support our growth. Naturally you’ll be blown away that we’re a B Corp business and will be playing a key part in continually supporting the advancement of our certification. 

You’ll make things happen, see everything as an opportunity, get a kick from breaking down doors, creating new relationships, whilst working within a structured and effective manner that builds a long term business. You’ll quickly understand the sustainability landscape and how this sits against the business plan, initially you’ll have a broad starting point across CSR & Sustainability, energy and cleantech, responsible investment and corporate affairs and communications. As you grow, the team will – operating across specialisms in line with market demand.

Beyond recruitment you’ll enjoy building out industry partnerships and supporting the wider geographic development of our greentech meet up and more. 

You’ll be supported by a team approach to winning together, in the quest to collectively strengthen our proposition and success rates. In short, you'll have a team of 30 plus consultants behind you, ready to share their industry and client knowledge. You’ll also enjoy working with a highly experienced marketing team who’ll work closely to ensure our proposition and client acquisition model is maximised at all times.

What experience you’ll need

  • A successful track record in recruitment goes without saying. We want to hear from either Senior or Principal level Recruiters who share our behaviours and bring a proven desire / understanding of sustainability issues and the associated talent market 
  • You’ll be well equipped to dig deep, source and build relationships with candidates and clients alike 
  • The ability to immerse yourself in their worlds, network and build trust will be essential to your success, alongside maintaining

ADLIB’s reputation within a busy market place.

You’ll have impeccable communication skills, attention to detail, enjoy winning business and creating opportunities for the short and long term. As for your career, it’s entirely down to you and where you want to take it to. 

What you’ll get in return for your talents

Expect an adult environment, a base salary in line with your experience and previous success, bonus structure, 27.5 days holiday (plus bank holidays), health scheme, seriously nice offices, a B Corp stakeholder group for all to join, flexi-time scheme, ping pong, company lunches and drinks / pizza fridays (drinkers, non-drinkers, vegans, veggies, you'll be in 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.

What's next?

Get in touch with Nick for a confidential discussion.

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