Compliance Coordinator role, working with a group of high flying recruitment professionals. Be part of this successful team, located in Manchester city centre, next to Spinningfields, flexible working available, excellent salary and benefits on offer.
Do you have an excellent eye for detail? Are you interested in delivering fantastic customer service? Do you want to work with a team of motivated, sharp individuals, who are committed to providing an incredible service for their clients? If so, a career in compliance at Sellick Partnership may well be for you.
About the Compliance Coordinator role:
You will support a team of up to 10 Recruitment Consultants, in ensuring their clients are fully employment compliant before they commence a new role. The clients are all legal professionals, qualified Solicitors, and Barristers, as well as Paralegals, who have completed an interview process with our clients, and who are looking to start their new role.
This is where you come in – until you are satisfied, as a compliance professional yourself, that the individual has completed all the pre-employment checks, then you will need to work with them until they have a completed set of documents. This can involve checking references, being up to date with right to work legislation in the UK, as well as (in some cases) checking individuals have signed the Official Secrets Act, before they can start work. It's an exciting opportunity for a team orientated individual who loves detail and who loves working to timescales and deadlines. It's also a great opportunity to work in a market leading recruitment team, who are operating at the top of their game.
What previous experience you will need for the Compliance Coordinator role:
Ideally you will be educated to degree level with at least a 2:1. You will have at least 1 years' continual work experience within an office environment, where you will have been involved in customer service, and ideally, be used to dealing with individuals on a corporate/business level. If you don't possess a degree, you will have strong academics at A Level, coupled with 2 years' work experience within a corporate, business environment.
Key experience, knowledge and skills
Excellent attention to detail.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Proven ability to work as part of a team.
Excellent time management skills.
Hard working and conscientiousWhy you should join Sellick Partnership
We are officially a Great Place to Work®, and the secret to our success is the people that we employ. We offer an unrivalled training and development programme ensuring you have the support, experience and skill set to achieve your goals – creating a platform to really make a difference by providing a tailored and compassionate approach to recruitment.
We want you to be as happy as possible at Sellick Partnership, so we will reward you in a number of ways:
Tailored training and development opportunities
25 days holiday plus bank holidays and extra leave in line with length of service
Flexible working with 3 mandatory days in the office and the rest from home or office
Medicash – company health plan
Paid time off for charitable commitments
Three annual company-wide events and team socialsSellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and circumstances, including minorities and those with disabilities. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice which can be found in the footer on our website.
How to apply
Read to the bottom of this advert, and click the Apply Now button. Alternatively, if you want to discuss this opportunity in more detail, contact Naomi Hewitt, Manager, or Simon Briffa, Internal Talent Manager, in our Manchester office, for more information
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Offerd Salary0- £15,000
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