Campus Recruitment Specialist
Job no: 615259
Work type: Fixed Term Contract (Cochlear payrolled)
Categories: Human Resources, Oceania, Individual Contributor
Imagine using your experience to help people around the world to hear again. We can offer a unique opportunity to join Cochlear, an iconic Australian company, leading the world in implantable hearing solutions. Our mission is to help more people to hear.
Cochlear has an exciting 12-month fixed-term opportunity for a Campus Recruitment Specialist to manage the end-to-end recruitment of our formal internship and graduate positions across Cochlear departments based in our Sydney office.
In this highly visible role, the successful candidate will also lead the design and on-going management of post-recruitment structured junior talent programs including, onboarding, rotations, and development programs for interns & graduates.
Your responsibilities will include…
- Manage end-to-end recruitment of Cochlear’s Summer Student Internship Program and Graduate program
- Manage candidate selection processes from initial screening strategies to large scale assessment centres, provide advice on assessment techniques
- Provide ongoing management for post-recruitment structured activities related to Cochlear’s junior talent programs (including Graduate rotations and development programs)
- Provide regular updates for leadership, managers (HMs) and business partnering teams, ensuring overall quality of hire
- Build external network/relationships with target tertiary institutions, academic & student communities
- Support recruitment administration and reporting requirements
- Act as an advocate of Cochlear’s values on-campus events and in social media.
- Robust working knowledge of Australian tertiary/academic systems
- Demonstrated ability to project manage, plan workflow, work independently and take initiative in a dynamic fast-paced service-oriented global environment
- High customer-centricity with ability to build trust & engage with a range of senior stakeholders, both internal and external.
- Experience with Page Up/Cloud-Based candidate management systems
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point
- Full working rights within Australia
Developmental Value of the role:
The candidate will join an iconic Australian company with a fast-growing global footprint that has a continuous need to reinvent itself. This rewarding role will provide you the opportunity to develop your presentation and stakeholder management skills. Furthermore, this role will make a difference to people’s lives and contribute to Cochlear’s growth story in a very direct way.
Cochlear’s mission is to help more people to hear. Around the world, more people chose a Cochlear-branded hearing implant system than any other. Our employees tell us that the number one reason they enjoy working for Cochlear is the opportunity to make a difference to people’s lives. Learn and grow with us as we tackle the most complex challenges in helping people to hear.
At Cochlear we value and welcome the unique contributions, perspectives, experiences and backgrounds of our employees and aim to build a culture that celebrates and leverages these differences, creating a sense of belonging and enabling our people to realise their full potential. We offer flexible working arrangements, and we understand flexibility is not the same for everyone. We're open to a conversation about what flexibility means for you.
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