We are currently looking to appoint a Resourcing Officer to join a busy, dynamic department, responsible for meeting PGL’s staffing requirements.
It is crucial to ensure that PGL can attract, retain and develop staff across all departments. Resourcing Officers are responsible for the full range of recruitment, from vetting through to offer, ensuring our guests continue to receive the experience they expect at PGL.
Reporting to the Resourcing Team Leader, the successful applicant will concentrate on recruiting delivery and hospitality staff for a number of PGL centres alongside key administrative responsibilities. We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic, efficient people person who works well under pressure, has excellent communication skills and has a fine attention to detail.
As a Resourcing Officer, you are responsible for ensuring that new applicants receive a positive experience from enquiry to interview, to arrival and beyond. As well as recruiting new staff, attending open days and exhibitions, you will also be responsible for communicating to and placing previous centre staff as well as regularly visiting centres.
Previous customer service and administrative experience would be an advantage, as would prior experience in an operational role within PGL.
We are renowned for our personal development & investment in people, we are ready to support you in your career development, each step of the way! You’ll have all the training you need to be confident and successful in your role, be equipped with a personal development plan, and access to nationally recognised qualifications funded by PGL to give your career the very best start.
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committed to the principles of equality and diversity and welcome applicants
from all sectors of the community. However, all PGL colleagues are required to
undergo enhanced background checks (known as a DBS), which PGL will pay for.
The DBS looks at criminal records, so if you have a conviction related to
violence, drugs or safeguarding this could affect your application. You can
find more information on DSB checks on the gov.uk website here.