Resourcing Manager, Digital Data and Technology/London/5 Months Contract/300 to 400 GBP (Per Day)
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The department for business, energy and industrial strategy brings together responsibilities for business, industrial strategy, science, innovation, energy, and climate change.
We are responsible for: developing and delivering a comprehensive industrial strategy and leading the government's relationship with business; ensuring that the country has secure energy supplies that are reliable; affordable and clean; ensuring the UK remains at the leading edge of science, research and innovation; tackling climate change
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Are you an experienced recruitment professional in the Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) sector? Can you establish relationships quickly and bring others round to your way of thinking? Are you composed, assured and able to focus on the end goal despite obstacles along the way? If so, you should consider joining us as our new Resourcing Manager.
About the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy brings together responsibilities for:
developing and delivering a comprehensive industrial strategy and leading the government's relationship with business
ensuring that the country has secure energy supplies that are reliable, affordable and clean
ensuring the UK remains at the leading edge of science, research and innovation
tackling climate change
All are geared up to delivering an economy that works for everyone.
About the BEIS Digital Data and Technology (DDaT) function
In order to deliver our vision we need to be a flexible, innovative and collaborative department that connects with industry, business, research and development communities, consumers and all the other parts of the UK economy. We need to make evidence based policy decisions driven by coherent, exploitable and shared data. We need to connect with our customers, partners and other stakeholders in a business like way - embracing the full potential of the digital era. And we need to use the best modern technology to maximise our own productivity.
This is underpinned by 4 strategic enablers:
1. People, skills and culture: a culture where DDaT is embraced, understood and valued.
2. Partner, enable, assure: provide the tools, processes and support to empower teams to deliver quality services which meet government standards and user needs.
3. Service delivery: the design, build and delivery of services is agile - providing value for money through reuse of data and components and delivering services more quickly and effectively.
4. Continuous improvement: the ambition to continually improve is instilled in everything that we do. We seek feedback from our users and the data we capture to understand user behaviour to improve services and inform future service developments.
So we need a strong Digital, Data and Technology function that provides excellent services to the Department, enabling collaboration with our colleagues to deliver exceptional services for the consumers and businesses we serve.
You will be the Resourcing Manager for DDaT and will act as the single point of contact for the senior management team on all matters relating to recruitment. You will be expected to work closely with HR colleagues and the recruitment team in BEIS to successfully deliver a programme of recruitment campaigns for the function. You will be able to successfully draw on your experience to provide sound, pro-active and specialist advice on all matters relating to recruitment in the Digital and Technology sector, including attraction, talent acquisition and selection methods.
What you will do
You will be responsible for managing a programme of recruitment competitions, with accountability for overseeing the recruitment project life cycle for individual campaigns. You will help design the adverts, source a diverse pool of candidates and develop a process that enables DDaT to proactively reach out to the market and attract the best people for its roles. To do this you will apply your industry and supplier market knowledge and ensure that consistency and fairness in the recruitment and selection process is in line with the Civil Service Recruitment Principles.
What you will bring
You will be a Digital and Technology recruitment professional with strong stakeholder and influencing skills. You will bring to the role:
Experience of delivering a programme of multiple, specialist recruitment competitions, ensuring others are held to account to enable the achievement of key milestones.
A track record of recruiting within the Digital and Technology sector, using relevant market expertise to successfully source candidates for range of specialist roles.
The ability to collaborate with a wide range of people to deliver results, building strong relationships quickly and influencing others though credible, expert recruitment advice.
A track record of managing multiple priorities, continuously seeking ways to improve delivery, whilst maintaining the highest quality of service.
The ability to take decisions and make the right judgement after assessing all the options, with experience of explaining your decisions clearly and succinctly to a range of stakeholders.
Knowledge of relevant employment law and the employment market place, with the ability to interpret employment legislation within the resourcing arena.
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