Recruitment Officer

At Clinical Partners, we pride ourselves in being one of the country’s leading mental health services, specializing in assessing and treating neurodivergent issues, whilst offering a wide range of other services.

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Recruiter to join our growing team!

You will be responsible for providing recruitment support across the business assisting with multiple recruitment projects. You will proactively headhunt and liaise with candidates, perform face to face and virtual interviews, create and maintain job descriptions and advertise these across multiple platforms, as well as provide administration support to the team within all aspects of the role.

You will be key in providing advice and guidance to hiring managers on their recruitment needs and will be the main point of contact with external recruiters consistently building positive relationships within an exciting and fast-moving environment.

Reporting into the Recruitment Manager you will manage a broad range of vacancies at any time receiving applications across a range of sources.

This is a hybrid position working remotely and our office in Semley, therefore access to your own transport is essential.

This is an exciting time to be joining our organisation and a real opportunity to have a direct impact within the business to effect change.

What we’d like from you;

Previous recruitment experience is essentialA positive, professional and proactive approachExperience of headhunting and direct sourcingExcellent communication skills both written and verbalExcellent organisational skills and the ability to prioritise and meet deadlinesExperience dealing with high levels of recruitmentGood IT skills including MS Office 365 applications

Our Benefits;

25 days paid holiday (increasing with service to 28 days) plus bank holidays.A day off for your birthday.Flexible working opportunities to suit your personal needs.Opportunities to take part in charitable events.Access to a Wellbeing portal and Employee Assistance Programme (EAP).

Join us in championing a culture of excellence, where people feel engaged, motivated, and empowered to deliver their best performance and outstanding service to our patients whilst also meeting company targets and underpinning our core values and behaviours.

If you wish to apply, please submit your CV or would like further information please contact and a member of our team will be in touch.

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