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Oct 092019
 

We are looking for a Recruitment Assistant to support our recruiting and onboarding activities.

Recruitment Assistant responsibilities include scheduling calls and interviews, maintaining candidate database and handling paperwork. Ultimately, you’ll help us hire efficiently and keep our hiring process running.

If you have some experience in recruiting and you’re an excellent organizer and communicator, we’d like to meet you.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinate hiring activities
  • Undertake clerical duties (e.g. answering emails and drafting offer letters)
  • Prepare and post job ads online
  • Help with resume screening and initial phone screens
  • Schedule interviews and keep calendars for all hiring teams and candidates
  • Greet and assist interviewees onsite
  • Coordinate travel for fly-in candidates
  • Process background checks
  • Maintain candidate database
  • Handle records and paperwork
  • Resolve issues as fast as possible (e.g. interview cancellations)
  • Assist with new hire onboarding (e.g. preparing documents, coordinating orientation agendas)

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-10-07
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Human Resources and Recruitment
Company Industry: Amusement & Recreation Facility

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career

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