Internal Software Engineering Headhunter
The employer is a leading quantitative research and technology company.
- Build relationships with Software Engineers at various stages of their careers; from recent graduates through to tech leads. These may be several years from being ready to apply, so you will maintain regular contact until they are ready to interview
- Engage new talent pools within targeted companies and industries, working with candidates from pre–application through to a successful close
- Take detailed role briefs and candidate qualifications, enabling you to build relationships and steer hiring campaigns to a conclusion
- Attend networking events, tech talks, conferences and other meetups to build out our candidate pipeline and relationships
- Curate technical content such as leadership blogs to better engage talent communities
- Host internal events and meetups as required
- As a Software Engineering Headhunter, you will be responsible for continuing to develop the company as a recognised and respected brand within software engineering talent pools, attracting standout candidates to us and owning them throughout the interview process. You will:
- Have a creative approach to candidate sourcing & attraction, ideally taking an active interest in the Talent Acquisition community in London and Europe, monitoring developments in methodologies and tools used by pioneering firms.
- Have at least four years' experience recruiting Software Engineers either from within a recruitment agency or an internal recruitment function.
- Be good with people, be a team player, have strong organisational skills and an adaptable and flexible attitude.
- Have a pre–existing network of Software Engineers both inside and outside of the UK.
- Be able to regularly travel nationally and occasionally internationally to events and conferences.
- Be well versed in using different talent platforms e.g. Hired.com, LinkedIn Recruiter, Github, Stackoverflow.
- Have a genuine interest in technology, as you will have access to our engineers.