Human Resources is responsible for ensuring that our organisation has the people it needs to fulfil our business strategy and deliver a high-performance business agenda for our clients. To do this, Human Resources focuses on activities ranging from safekeeping our culture and values to development of individual people. Human Resources ultimately has responsibility for our greatest asset, our people.
Human Resources is involved in every part of Accenture's organisation and Human Resources activities fall into roughly three categories: Talent management, including workforce planning, recruiting, career management, performance management, capability development, scheduling and rewards; Employee engagement, which focuses on people satisfaction and employee and alumni relations; and Human capital efficiency, which focuses on HR strategy, the operating structure, HR technology, HR service delivery and internal controls.
A Recruitment - Consultant is accountable for the delivery of candidates to meet the recruiting demand based on a Recruiting Plan. You may administer the recruiting process for a small to medium-sized recruiting demand plan or share in the administration of a large recruiting demand plan.
As a Recruiting Consultant, specific responsibilities may include:
Creating and delivering information effectively and appropriately in both written and oral formats to convey key messages to peers, leadership, and customers, including conducting sourcing events, conducting interviews, communicating offers, providing marketplace data to Recruiting Leadership
Handling day to day management, maintenance, and continuous improvement of recruiting processes, including planning, sourcing, assessing, reporting
Managing a recruiting pipeline including determining resource status and needs, coordinating recruiting events and sourcing activities, managing assessing, and managing referral and post-offer processes
Managing identification and qualification of the sources and location of desired skills in the marketplace
Participating in developing appropriate policies and implementing systems that comply with legal issues and requirements of employee labour laws
Assisting in developing budgets and short-term forecasts for different types of plans (e.g., sourcing plans, pipeline plans, management budgets)
Identifying major issues, trends and the competitive environment of a particular recruiting need; applying that knowledge when developing and implementing recruiting plans
Identifying and analysing key recruiting issues and generating appropriate solutions