Marketing and Recruitment Coordinator, St Joseph’s Specialist Trust, Cranleigh, Surrey

St Joseph’s Specialist Trust, Cranleigh, Surrey

Marketing and Recruitment Coordinator

37 hours a week, 52 weeks a year

(a 42 week post would be considered for the right candidate)

Very occasional weekend work will be required to attend recruitment fairs/networking

Salary range: £24,870-£27,294 pa (25 days holiday plus statutory public holidays per year)

Would you like to make a difference to the lives of our children and young people from behind the scenes?

Do you have strong communication skills, adept at using a range of social media and tech savvy whilst having empathy and patience with candidates and firm negotiating skills with agencies?

If so, we have a great opportunity for an enthusiastic and approachable person to join our HR recruitment team, to take the lead on advertising and finding us the best channels to sell the benefits of working at St Joseph’s Trust, whilst working as an administrator to ensure that essential safer recruitment practises are followed.

Ideally we are looking for applicants who have previously worked in recruitment and would like to work in a different environment, bringing in much valued staff to work with our vulnerable children and young people.   However, although ideally you should have experience in advertising or recruitment, we would welcome applications from candidates who have recently left college or university having studied a relevant business or sales and marketing course, full of initiative, organised and able work well to deadlines looking for a job which uses your training.

Reporting to the Director of HR, you will take the lead on all aspects of advertising vacancies, sourcing and analysing appropriate cost effective advertising methods, monitoring recruitment needs and providing updates to the senior leadership team.

As well as taking the lead on advertising this job involves working closely with our Recruitment Administrator (Application Lead) who leads on safer recruitment administration.  You will be jointly responsible for recruitment and must ensure that candidates are recruited under safer recruitment guidelines and all paperwork and records are maintained in a timely manner.  Working with your colleague, you will be required to screen applicants, run background checks, schedule interviews and eventually complete job offers including working with HR and payroll to produce contracts therefore attention to detail and the confidence to deal with internal and external stakeholders of all levels. You will also be required to seek out, organise and attend recruitment fairs and relevant networking events throughout the year.  For a full list of responsibilities, please refer to the job profile

We are a registered charitable trust comprising a special needs school, college, registered children’s home and adult supported living houses.  Our school and college students are age 5-19 with severe and complex social communication and learning disabilities. Every member of our 280 staff plays a part in making a positive contribution to the lives of our students and tenants.  Students may visit the office so compassion, patience and empathy for their needs is vital. If you are recruited, you will be required to complete Team Teach positive behaviour support training as part of your induction before employment.*

Office based, hours of work during term time are: 8.30am – 4:30pm each day of the week with a 4:00pm finish on Friday (with ½ hour unpaid break each day) plus some weekend working to attend recruitment fairs and networking events which will allow for further flexibility/overtime. Some flexibility is possible over the hours to be worked during the School holidays.

Why St Joseph’s?

  • We have a beautiful 23 acre site in Cranleigh, on the edge of the Surrey Hills, one mile from the town
  • Delicious and healthy free hot lunches are provided to all during term time
  • You will enjoy future use of our Enterprise Centre café
  • Have opportunities to attend whole Trust events
  • Access ample free car parking
  • Have consistent 1:1 line manager support and annual performance related pay progression
  • Be provided with an Employee Assistance Programme (confidential, professional wellbeing and counselling 24/7 service for yourself and your family)
  • Gain Mental Health and Wellbeing support through a team of on-site qualified Adult Mental Health First Aiders
  • Complete on-site Team Teach training with our specialist Inclusion Team
  • Get discount on gym, swim and classes at Cranleigh Leisure Centre
  • Access a full induction programme

Your own transport is desirable due to the rural location of the Trust however, we are very close to the town centre and a 20 min walk from bus stops providing buses from Horsham, Godalming and Guildford.

By joining St Joseph’s you become a key worker.

Only applications made on the St Joseph’s Specialist Trust application form will be considered for shortlisting and interview.  We welcome CVs and telephone enquiries on initial contact – please do feel free to call for more information, however we do not consider applications made by CV only. 

Interviews will be held as applications are received (we reserve right to close application period if role is filled prior to a closing date of July 8th).

Please note that at this time we do not sponsor recruits to relocate from abroad or convert a study or graduate visa to a work visa.

How to apply

For an application pack (including form, job profile and person specification), please visit us at www.st-josephscranleigh.surrey.sch.uk/recruitment.

*St Joseph’s requires all staff to pass training in the positive behaviour management framework, Team Teach. During ongoing precautions associated with coronavirus, the physical element of this training is being delivered with use of PPE. 

St Joseph’s Specialist Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This position requires an enhanced DBS disclosure