Talent Acquisition Partner UK

Reporting to UK Talent Acquisition Lead

About the role


Recruiting the best talent in the market is central to achieving Kindred Group's aim of being the number one gaming operator across all markets. We're a team of 13 people spread across our Europe and we're now looking to hire an excellent recruiter to work in our brand new Wimbledon offices. 


Working alongside a UK team of three people, you'll have end to end responsibility for recruitment (planning, marketing, selection and interviewing) for a number of roles across different teams.  Whilst your day to day responsibilities will be focused on delivery, you will also have the chance to work on a number of  recruitment projects. You'll ensure that we have a fast, friendly and fair recruitment process.  


What will you be doing?


  • Supporting the recruitment of a range of roles across the business
  • Partnering with managers to support them through the full recruitment life cycle focusing on enabling good selection decisions in a timely fashion
  • Delivering innovative and fresh approaches to candidate sourcing
  • Searching for, and networking with, candidates from relevant databases, our own networks, LinkedIn and forums to ensure a healthy pipeline of candidates
  • Involvement a range of projects and initiatives to support local and global Talent Acquisition strategies


How will you be measured?


  • Quality of hires
  • Time to hire
  • Hiring manager satisfaction in UK
  • Cost per hire
  • Perception of Kindred Group as an employer of choice in UK (employer brand)
  • Maintaining compliance with all relevant training and other compliance activities in order to support the delivery for sustainable and responsible growth
  • Acting in line with Kindred's values


What have you done?


  • You will have gained some experience in a recruitment capacity, either agency side or as part of an in-house team. 
  • You've experience of building strong relationships with hiring managers, understanding their individual teams needs and the technical specifics of each role
  • Strong communication skills with fluency in English
  • Able to produce compelling recruitment adverts
  • You understand the potential of, and are experienced in using, Social Media (e.g. LinkedIn and Facebook) to support recruitment
  • Understand the importance of candidates' cultural fit on top of role fit and use that as a base for your work
  • Proactive, determined and confident in dealing with a range in internal and external stakeholders


Application process


To apply for this role click on the "Apply for this role" button and complete the short web form, please add a covering letter explaining your motivations for applying and your salary expectations.  Our recruitment team will be in touch shortly.


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Kindred House, 17-25 Hartfield Road, Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom, SW19 3SE
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    Full time permanent
25 Days Holiday
Private Medical
Wellbeing Allowance
Maternity/Paternity leave
Eye test
3 days CSR leave
Anniversary awards
Travel loan
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