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Recruitment Executive

Posted By: christeoml

Date: Sun, 19 Jul 2015

Remuneration: $4,500.00

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Recruitment Executive


Job Description:


Develop and implement recruitment strategies to support the business unit operational needs
Manage all recruitment activities including consolidating job descriptions, ad posting, screening resumes, interviews and offer processes.
Establish and maintain good relationship with hiring managers and align on resource needs and requirements
To support and partner with HR co-workers to provide comprehensive HR solutions on challenging manpower/ resources issues
Supervise junior HR and provide leadership.


Job Requirements:


Team player with good communications
all races are welcome
Internet Savvy and proficient in MS office applications.


Selected candidates are to attend our 2 hours recruitment briefings


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