Interim Talent Acquisition Manager

The Opportunity

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Global Talent Acquisition team in an operationally and strategically important role, helping to ensure Plan International has the right people to meet our strategic agenda for children especially girls. You will be responsible for the resourcing of talent for key Mission Critical and hard-to-fill positions within the organisation. Your role will be varied, including leading and driving process excellence, active sourcing and pipelining of talent, overseeing selection processes, ensuring our processes are inclusive and accessible and developing tools, templates and training to support improvements, efficiency and the upskilling of staff and managers.

About You

An experienced internal recruitment specialist you will ideally have worked on a multi country, regional or global basis. Customer focused, you will have excellent negotiation and influencing skills with the ability to act as a ‘critical friend’ to the organisation. This is a busy role and your ability to prioritise (and deprioritise!) across a variety of commitments and competing demands will be imperative.

Location:  Flexible where Plan International has a legal entity and the applicant has the pre-existing right to work and live.

Type of Role: 12 month fixed term contract

Reports to: Head of Talent Acquisition

Grade: We will be happy to disclose the salary and applicable benefits to applicants as part of this process, however, please kindly note that this will vary according to the location of the appointed candidate and therefore it is not possible to include full details here. As an indication if this role was based in the Global Hub office in the UK the salary would be circa £45000 per annum

Closing Date: Friday 31st December


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About Plan International

Plan International was founded over 75 years ago with a mission to promote and protect the rights of children. The organisation was set up by British journalist John Langdon-Davies and refugee worker Eric Muggeridge in 1937, with the original aim to provide food, accommodation and education to children whose lives had been disrupted by the Spanish Civil War.