Talent Acquisition Specialist (DPP)
RWS Moravia | Brno | Czech Republic | Part-Time
Imagine a world where your smartphone only operates in Korean language, your favorite music streaming app only speaks Swedish and your car warns you that your brakes are not working anymore but only in German!
This is what the world would be without localization. RWS Moravia has been breaking language and cultural barriers for over 30 years so every person on this planet can use the best products that the world has ever created.
Will you help us keep it that way?
We are looking for a new member of our Talent Acquisition Team to help us with all our efforts. In other words, with sourcing, screening, organizing interviews and all the interesting HR and interesting recruitment projects we don’t have enough time for at the moment.
Your role would be part-time (around 15-20 hours per week, DPP contract), with really flexible working hours and possibility to work almost completely from home (as long as you stop by for a meeting and lunch once a week) or you can work in our office in the Vlnena Office Park, next to Galerie Vankovk (free coffee & occasional cookies provided) You would work directly with our Talent Acquisition Partners, Anna Rejdova and Martina Skantarova (check our LinkedIn profiles).
What’s waiting for you:
- interesting company – a mix of IT, Linguistics, Supply Chain and various support functions
- variety of roles to work on – from senior SW developers to junior part-timers
- close contact with our team and with the hiring managers (plus, Brno is the global HQ of RWS Moravia)
- emphasis on ethics and high standard of our work as well as on good candidate experience
- opportunity to challenge our processes and to introduce improvements
- our support to help you settle in and our wish to make you a natural member of our team
- some tough challenges and occasional unicorns hunting
- flexible working hours and possibility to work from home
- long-term cooperation
What will you do:
- Provide support to Anna and Martina in their search
- Asking us a lot of question to understand the specifics of the localization business (it took us some time, too)
- Sourcing of candidates on LinkedIn and elsewhere, contacting those who could be interested
- Pre-selection of relevant candidates who apply to our openings
- Phone screening of those who seem to be promising
- Presenting of candidates to hiring managers, getting their feedback, organizing interviews (in other words, full recruitment life cycle for some of our roles)
- Keeping records up to date, work with our systems and (sometimes improvised) tools
What you should have to do the job well:
- Previous experience with recruitment in the knowledge-based sector, including IT roles – so you can talk even with senior candidates
- Great communication skills and pro-client approach so that managers get to like you quickly
- Positive and professional approach to work so that we can rely on you
- Fluency in English, both spoken and written
- Ability to improvise, resilience and positive mindset
- Sense of humor