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Contract Consultant

Manchester, Greater Manchester

Published
20-10-2021
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Published:
20-10-2021
Expires:
03-11-2021
Job id:
LJA-82846344
Job type:
Full-time
Job sector:
Human Resources

Job Title: Contract Consultant
Location: Manchester/Liverpool (Kirkby)

At Adecco, we transform the world of work through people who love what they do.
As the world's leading workforce solutions company, we have a big impact on businesses and job seekers across the globe. Whether it's temporary staffing, permanent placement or outsourcing that our clients need, we match the right people with the right places. We connect over 700,000 people in more than 60 countries. We consult with companies in a whole range of industries and sectors. And, we bring the best expertise in from the largest candidate database of any employment agency. Candidates and companies alike, we work to put their needs first. Passionate about helping people reach their full potential? Want to bring big opportunity to businesses all over the world? Find your place at Adecco.

We are looking to for a Contract Consultant to join our Adecco Workforce Solutions division. The purpose of the role is to assist the Contract Manager to complete delivery of recruitment and candidate aftercare management inline with specific client requirements. Duties will include the attraction of quality candidates, and their subsequent aftercare whilst they are on assignment.
This role reports into the Contract Manager and is an onsite role based in Knowsley, Liverpool or Manchester city centre.
We are happy to offer hybrid working, splitting this role between office based and remote working.

What will you do in the role?
 Recruit and complete the registration process for all candidates which meets client requirements and in line with Adecco business process manual.
 Take up the appropriate references on all candidates.
 Collate and maintain all candidate registration packs to ensure they are fully compliant with Employment legislation.
 Collate and maintain all Client information to ensure correct invoicing, including company registration numbers.
 Take first line responsibility for the care of all Associates whilst on assignment with Adecco and provide basic line management including disciplinary, performance management and grievance.
 Perform spot check audits in accordance to the Adecco business process manual.
 Schedule and attend on-site Associate surgeries.
 Complete weekly payroll, handling and resolving Associates pay queries in a timely manner and ensure compliance in line with Client and Company standards.
 Assist line manager to ensure that the maximum number of vacancies is filled.
 Assist line manager in ensuring adherence to the Company policies and procedures and that administration is completed in accordance with these procedures and in line with Client requirements.
 Carry out such other reasonable duties as are required by your line manager or the senior management team.
 Attend all relevant training courses as required, residential or otherwise to improve both personal and onsite performance.
 Check with the Client that the placement is satisfactory and follow up with progress reports where required by line manager.
 Establish and maintain goodwill with all Clients.

What are we looking for?
 Previous recruitment / HR experience preferred but not essential
 Strong organisational skills and attention to detail
 Excellent relationship building skills
 Good verbal and written communication skills
 Time management and ability to work towards deadlines
 Good interactive team skills
 Commitment to a flexible approach to the working day
 Good knowledge of MS Office packages

What's in it for you?
With us, you have the opportunity to work within a FTSE 500 company for the good of thousands of people across the globe. Not only does this give you the confidence to succeed in a stable and ever-evolving environment, but it also means that you'll be sharing that confidence with others, helping candidates to believe in themselves and companies to believe in their teams. What matters most to us is being a business centred around people. That's why we're dedicated to putting our colleagues first. Whether that means encouraging your active involvement in our charity programmes, offering the opportunity to travel, pushing you to reach your goals or providing the training you need to excel, we're in it for the long run. Are you? Make your job your career.
We believe in talent, not labels. As a people business, our expertise and energy are always going into improving everyone's chances of being part of the world of work. Our people are at the core of our business. We are dedicated to creating an inclusive culture for everyone to feel supported in their day-to-day work and during their development throughout their career. We seek to foster a culture of belonging and purpose, an environment where everyone can thrive and feel engaged, and where difference is respected and valued. Our commitment is to provide equal opportunity regardless of, for example, your gender, age, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or beliefs. We also engage with employers to develop programmes and pathways that embrace diverse talent and promote more inclusive employment worldwide through partnerships and other initiatives. We recognise and celebrate the value of difference and how it makes us faster, smarter and more innovative.

Internal recruitment acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Intrernal recruitment UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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Job id:
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Job type:
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Job sector:
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