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SNC-Lavalin Recruitment Advisor – 4 months Contract Full Time in Mississauga, ON

SNC-Lavalin

Branch Mississauga ON CA

Position:
Recruitment Advisor – 4 months Contract
Location:
Mississauga, ON

This position as Recruitment Advisor reports directly to the Recruitment Team Lead (Nuclear). Develop and maintain strong relationships with Recruitment…

This position as Recruitment Advisor reports directly to the Recruitment Team Lead (Nuclear). It focuses on effectively sourcing, recruitment and selection, to support the business hiring needs. The positions works closely with the Recruitment Advisors and other key stakeholders as required. This is a contract position

Job Description

Responsibilities:
Understand the business – i.e. the business plan, key business drivers, clients, and markets – in order to effectively execute sourcing, recruitment and selection, to support business hiring needs
Understand the recruitment landscape within the EPCM industry. Gather market intelligence on industry and competitor trends and incorporate this into effective sourcing strategies
Implement effective and innovative techniques for identifying new talent including: internet searches, social media, talent campaigns, referrals, cold-calling and networking.
Develop and maintain strong relationships with Recruitment Advisors and act as a trusted advisor on recruitment needs. Add value to discussions on recruitment execution with a combination of technical expertise in recruitment, understanding of the labour market, as well as sound business acumen. Providing innovative and creative solutions to meet evolving expectations from your Advisor.
Ensure accurate and consistent candidate information is inputted into the online talent management systems and maintain pipelines of qualified candidates within the system, ready to be presented for selection when the need arises.
Participate in the weekly team meetings, focusing on collaboration with your peers, sharing information on market trends and competitor insights, sharing new technology advancements and sourcing strategies.
Identify upcoming issues and challenges proactively, and prepare to meet them effectively – for example: project staffing needs, changes in skill set availability, market trends, etc.

Qualifications:
A minimum of 2 years’ experience as a junior recruiter / researcher, ideally within an agency environment specializing in the engineering and nuclear industry.
A relevant undergraduate degree (e.g. Human Resources, Labour Relations, Business Administration, Psychology etc.); may also have a certificate or diploma in Human Resources.
Previous experience in sourcing diverse and passive talent through networking and cold calling whilst maintaining data within the ATS on candidate management and contact history.
Excellent verbal communication skills, including presentation skills and feedback skills.
Excellent written communication skills.
Strong business acumen / good business judgment.
Tact, diplomacy, and confidentiality. Trustworthiness.
Extremely detail oriented and thorough with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
Strong negotiation and closing skills.
Strong persuasion and influencing skills based in credibility and proven effectiveness.
High accountability and sense of ownership; commitment to delivering results.
Flexible and resilient.
Persistence and determination.
Strong teamwork orientation as well as the ability to work independently, with little supervision.
Strong Computer skills, specifically Excel and PowerPoint
Appropriate accommodations will be provided upon request throughout the recruitment and hiring process as required by Company policy and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
Successful applicants will be notified about SNC-Lavalin’s accommodation policies at the time the employment offer is extended, and the information will be shared with new personnel during the onboarding process.
Worker Type Employee
Job Type Casual

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Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Mississauga, ON, CA
Posted on: 2017-04-01
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