Our Client: A global MNC
Your Role: As a Campus Recruitment Manager, your primary role involves formulating and executing strategies to attract top talent from universities and colleges. This includes establishing strong relationships with academic institutions, organizing recruitment events, and delivering engaging presentations to prospective candidates. Collaboration with various departments is essential to identify hiring needs, plan campus visits, arrange interviews, and oversee the entire recruitment process. Additionally, effective team management is a key aspect, encompassing leadership, mentorship, and ensuring the team is well-equipped to implement successful recruitment strategies. Evaluating and optimizing these efforts, you contribute significantly to shaping the talent pipeline, fostering positive employer branding, and building lasting relationships with educational institutions.
Must Haves: The ideal candidate possesses proven strong administrative skills, effective planning and organizational abilities, and a proactive, collaborative team-oriented approach. They excel in handling responsibilities independently with a pragmatic and intuitive mindset, remaining reliable under pressure and adaptable to change. Customer-centric and discreet in handling sensitive information, they exhibit excellent communication skills across all levels and demonstrate keen attention to detail and accuracy. Proficient in Microsoft Office, HR tools, and internet research, with a university degree and 4-8 years of relevant work experience, preferably in a customer-focused international corporate environment. Bonus qualifications include an MBA and expertise in recruiting, consulting, and marketing/event coordination, especially within a campus context.
At Mindfield we are driven by mutually agreed KPIs and service levels. Exceptional results can only be delivered when we understand both our key stakeholders, clients and candidates. Keeping this in mind, we would ask stakeholders, when applying for a role, to take cognizance of the “must haves” to avoid disappointment. Sometimes positions take time to close, and there could be a delay in our response to you, but as a thumb rule if you do not hear from us in 7-8 working days post applying for the role, then the resume has not been shortlisted and would be kept on the database for other roles. Look forward to a long-term relationship…Mindfield…making a difference