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Talent Acquisition Coordinator

  • AdvertiserEndeavour College of Natural Health
  • DepartmentCorporate
  • Work TypePart Time
  • LocationBrisbane, QLD
  • Posted20 Sep 2022
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Talent Acquisition coordinator part time, fixed term opportunity to join our inclusive and supportive HR team! Ideal for someone wanting to return to the work force, can work school hours or flexible options can be negotiated.

The opportunity

This is an amazing opportunity within our busy HR team! We are a small, hardworking team, looking for someone to compliment us in the talent acquisition space for a part time (0.4 FTE) maternity leave contract, commencing asap until end of June 2023.

As Talent Acquisition coordinator, you will be our first point of contact and take ownership of the recruitment administration and utilising various sourcing strategies to fill positions in both the academic and operational space.

Key activities for this role look like this:

  • Coordination of the end-to-end recruitment process i.e. advertising, sourcing, screening, shortlisting, interviewing and reference checks
  • Managing the recruitment inbox, responding to enquiries and escalating when required
  • Supporting the HR team with other ad hoc duties and project work.

About you

You have a passion for recruitment and have the ability to prioritise work requests effectively.

You will also have the following:

  • Demonstrated experience in a recruitment officer/talent acquisition role
  • Appropriately advertise opportunities including utilising social networking, job boards, referrals and our internal network to source and headhunt prospective talent.
  • Excellent customer service skills and professionalism when dealing with candidates and key stakeholders
  • Well-developed verbal and written communication
  • Ability to build partnerships and demonstrate teamwork
  • A high level of self-motivation
  • Impeccable attention to detail and a strong focus on accuracy
  • A good working knowledge of Microsoft office
  • The ability to pick things up quickly

About us

Providing the highest standard of education, the most informed curriculum and a nation-wide campus footprint, Endeavour College of Natural Health is Australia's largest provider of Higher Education to the complementary medicine sector.

Our purpose is to be the leader in natural health education, producing experts that keep the world well. We look to transform passion into purpose and are committed to the future and success of natural health. We are the largest provider of complementary medicine higher education degrees in the Southern Hemisphere, with six campuses across Australia. We are proud to produce the experts that keep the world well.

We value our people, as such we focus on their continued professional development as well as their physical and mental well-being. Our employees can access our Professional Development Fund for external courses, study any of our Endeavour Courses SHORT free of charge, and access our extensive in-house learning catalogue.

Additionally, to say thank you for the energy, effort, and results our people deliver, Endeavour offers all staff members FREE UNLIMITED clinic consults in all of our disciplines and 15% off all clinic dispensary and retail products!

How to apply

Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume which demonstrates an ability to deliver on the responsibilities for the role. Applications close 16 October 2022. Endeavour College of Natural Health reserves the right to commence screening and interviews as soon as suitable candidates are identified, so please do not delay with your application. In order for your application to progress, please complete all the application details, including the working rights.

Endeavour welcomes the rich diversity of our community and strives to be inclusive for all. As an equal opportunity employer, we promote social inclusion and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the LGBT+ community. Endeavour acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.