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Senior IT Recruiter

Pentagon Education Services

Job Location: Bengaluru , India

Experience: 4 To 6 (years)

Date Posted: 2021-05-03 14:24:49

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Designation: Senior IT Recruiter Experience: 4 – 6 years Location: Bangalore Qualification: Any Graduates / Post graduates Job Description: • Should be responsible for end to end recruitment cycle. • Should be able to manage a team of recruiters for sourcing profiles for various requirements. • Should be able to mentor team on techniques related to effective sourcing from job boards, professional networking sites like, referencing, head hunting and networking etc. • Should have strong sense of Screening and short-listing candidates according to requirement there by optimizing the profile selection ratio. • Scheduling and coordinating the interviews for candidates. • Follow up with the candidates on offer acceptances joining dates and on boarding. • Should be involved in overall development of recruitment process • Proactive, Team Player, Goal Oriented, Self Motivated, Disciplined, Hardworking & sincere. • Should possess good communication skills. Desired Profile: • Good command over oral & written English communication • Should be good command over Internet • Should be strong in MS OFFICE • Should be flexible for work timings • Willing to do & go getter attitude


  • Number of Vacancy:

    2
  • Category:

    Recruitment / Staffing
  • job Nature:

    Full time
  • Salary Range:

    Open
  • Employment Type:

    permanent
  • Role:

    Recruitment Executive

Educational Requirments

UG Qualifications
Any Graduate In Any Specialization
PG Qualifications:
Any Post Graduate
Doctorate/Ph.D:
Doctorate Not Required In None

Keywords

  • Recruitment Consultant
  • Recruitment Executive

Company Profile

Company Name:
Pentagon Education Services
Company Website:
www.pentagoneducation.com
Contact Person:
Company Number:
8618730755

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