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Talent Attraction Campaign Manager

Employer
Impellam Group
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
20 Sep 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Talent Attraction Campaign Manager

£40-£45K - 100% remote with occasional travel to London & client sites.

Impellam's portfolio of STEM brands, Carbon60 (Engineering), Lorien (Tech and Transformation) and SRG (Life Sciences) bring together a wealth of specialist recruitment expertise across the STEM industries. Together, we collaborate and dissolve the boundaries between brands and sectors to help our clients master their STEM workforce and build better businesses. We transform careers, companies and strategies across STEM, placing the talent to create the future.

We are looking for a Talent Attraction Campaign Manger to create successful marketing campaigns with the purpose of attracting top talent for one of the UK's leading digital network providers.

Working with the client and Carbon60's delivery function you will define and implement multi-channel recruitment marketing strategies for our client account, to support talent attraction and engagement across large volume or one-off bespoke hiring requirements, across may different specialisms.

Activities will include research, employer brand, EVP analysis, targeting content creation and distribution, social recruiting, managing website content, programmatic display and job board advertising.

You must have proven B2C marketing experience for talent attraction in recruitment and worked within a busy recruitment marketing team.

The role offers an attractive basic salary between £40,000-£45,000 pa, healthcare, pension, 23 days holiday plus bank holidays & your birthday off AND other flexible benefits. The role can be based anywhere in the UK.
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