Vacancy Details

Legal Recruitment Researcher at Dartmouth Partners Legal - UCL Talent Bank
Location: London
Position: Consultancy
Salary: £70 per day
Date Posted: 15 March 2017
Vacancy Type: UCL Talent Bank
Job Description:
 

Company: Dartmouth Partners Legal
Job title: Legal Recruitment Researcher (2 roles)
Job type: Internship
Location: London, The City
Salary: £70 per day (8 hours)
Start-date/ Duration: Flexible (ASAP)/ duration is also flexible (can be on a part-time basis or for a fixed term)

Working Hours: Ideally full-time - 8 hours per day (excluding lunch hour)

Deadline: 4pm Tuesday 28th March 2017

 

The Company

Dartmouth Partners is an award winning,  London based Recruitment consultancy founded in 2012 covering Financial Recruitment, Legal Recruitment and Graduate Recruitment. We are a privately owned recruitment business with strong values and a clear vision.

We are unique in the market because of our Classroom to Boardroom philosophy. Our graduate team runs hiring programmes for some of the most respected companies in the City, attracting over 10,000 applications a year – thus the candidates of today feed through to our experienced hire teams as clients and candidates of the future – unlike any other recruitment business.

We’re looking to double in size within the next 3 years with offices currently in London and Frankfurt and plans to open in New York next year. This growth will benefit all of our staff giving them opportunities to progress their careers rapidly, becoming the leaders of the future.

 

The Role

We are a fast-growing business so we are looking for people who will help us to fuel that growth. The role will primarily involve mapping out our market and understanding who's who in our business sectors, so that we can identify the people we need to be speaking to.

Our team work with a range of law firms, investment firms and FTSE 100 / FTSE 250 blue chip clients, for whom we run recruitment campaigns from start to finish on their behalf. Our team are highly educated, engaging, credible and dynamic individuals dealing with the top talent in the UK each year.

 

Areas of Responsibility will include:

  • Sourcing new candidates
  • Building commercial awareness and industry knowledge
  • Managing projects internally and on behalf of clients
  • Being professional and responsive with candidates
  • Understanding the key drivers and motivations for candidates
  • Learning how to use the database efficiently

Required Skills and Behaviours

  • Experience working on a project basis is a big plus
  • Extra-curricular interests, leadership and success based experiences
  • Bright, engaging, charismatic personality
  • Strong work ethic
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Professionalism
  • Ethical, consultative approach

 

Applicants from all degree backgrounds are welcome, but the internship will be particularly suitable for those with backgrounds in:

  • UCL Arts & Humanities Faculty
  • UCL Institute of Education
  • UCL Laws
  • UCL Mathematica & Physical Sciences Faculty
  • UCL Social & Historical Sciences Faculty

 

Recruitment Process

The candidate(s) who best outline their suitability and motivation for this role will be shortlisted and their applications will be sent to the company. The company will then choose which candidates to interview.

Please submit a cover letter of maximum 1 page, outlining why we should consider you for this opportunity, and a CV, listing any relevant experience gained during your education or outside.

Please submit your application by 4pm Tuesday 28th March 2017

 

Note: By applying for this vacancy below, you confirm that you are a current UCL student, recent UCL graduate or member of UCL research staff only. You must submit a cover letter tailored specifically to this role as part of the application.

Due to the high amount of interest that we receive for each of our roles, we will unfortunately be unable to respond to each application individually. Only successful applicants will be contacted directly by the recruiter offering this vacancy.

If you are a current undergraduate / postgraduate or recent graduate, we advise that you book an appointment to have your application checked with one of our Application Advisors at UCL Careers.

Go to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/careers/advice/aa for information about booking an appointment.

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