Recruitment Resourcer

(part-time 20-25 hours per week – Monday to Friday)

Accountable to: Director of Human Resources & Human Resources Officer

Liaison with:   


  • All members of the TDS Management Team

  • All colleagues

  • All potential candidates

  • Recruitment agencies

  • Recruitment job boards

  • Social media websites

Job summary:          


To organise all recruitment across the company, with a focus on ensuring that we have the right colleagues to support the operational delivery of services. Deliver a 360-recruitment process from placing advert through to onboarding.


• Reviewing and updating recruiting processes and procedures;
• Sourcing and attracting high calibre candidates using a variety of methods to include job boards, social media and company website;
• Review & process sufficient applications to meet recruitment targets;
• Monitor pipeline activity and liaise with the Recruiting Managers;
• Be part of the initial screening process;
• Setting up interviews in line with the recruiting manager’s diary;
• Organise and support assessment centres, as and when required;
• Liaise with candidates and managers following interview;
• Work closely with our Marketing team to produce high quality adverts for our social media platforms to generate prospective candidates;
• Support activity at job fairs and exhibitions for recruitment purposes;
• Produce timely reports to present to Director of HR and Recruiting Managers;
• Onboarding of new colleagues to include issuing contracts of employment, obtaining references and documentation, and inductions.

NB: No job description can be entirely comprehensive, and the jobholder will be expected to carry out such other duties as may be required from time to time and are broadly consistent with the job description and status of the post within the organisation.


Essential characteristics

1. Job Knowledge and Skills

• Experience of recruiting high volume in a recruitment agency or an in-house recruitment environment;
• Experience of using job boards and LinkedIn to source candidates;
• Strong organisational and prioritisation skills and as well as being able to manage multiple stakeholders;
• Strong administration and time management skills;
• Commitment to quality and attention to detail;
• Experience of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook.

2. Communication

• Must be able to present information clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing;
• Must possess good interpersonal skills, communicating effectively in order to advise
and inform colleagues and other stakeholders;
• Must be able to deal with professionals in different spheres of activity.

3. Equal Opportunities

• Must be able to demonstrate a commitment to equal opportunities, diversity and inclusion.

4. General

• Must be able to identify with the aims and objectives of The Dispute Service;
• Must be able to handle a range of different tasks simultaneously;
• Must demonstrate common sense and good judgement;
• Must be able to work unsupervised;
• Must be able to work individually and as part of a team;
• Must demonstrate professional behaviour and confidentiality at all times;
• A flexible attitude to work is essential.

5. Qualifications

• A-level or equivalent level of education as a minimum

Required behaviours and attitude

Applicants must be able to:

• demonstrate an affinity for customer excellence
• recognise the importance of fairness in all of our work
• demonstrate how they are making a difference in the work that they do
• is able to articulate the importance of teamwork


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