International NGO People and Development Recruitment Officer Job in Nairobi Kenya

People and Development Recruitment Officer  

Location: Nairobi

Industry: Healthcare

Our Client, an international NGO whose core business is reproductive health and family planning to the world’s poorest and vulnerable women is seeking to recruit a People and Development Recruitment Officer

Duties and Responsibilities

Recruitment Marketing

  • Establish recruitment requirement using information from various department
  • Build applicant sources e.g. employment agencies, media, website
  • Determine applicants requirements by studying Job description and qualification
  • Attract applicants by posting job advertisements on the various sources

Vacancy Coordination

  • Support managers in drafting Job Descriptions and providing templates and advise as required
  • Coordinate process of vacancy approval via the requisition form, ensuring the necessary approvals are given before advertising
  • Short listing and long listing candidates for interviews
  • Setting up of interviews, calling of candidates, sending invites to the interview panel.
  • Inform all applicants of the progress of their application in writing
  • Creating and updating a data base and tracking system of both vacancies and applicants
  • Liaise with external recruitment to source candidates for hard to fill roles

Compliance and New Starter Administration

  • Ensure all necessary pre-employment checks are done
  • Undertake reference and background checks including criminal checks for successful applicants.
  • Prepare interview summaries and noted for all interviews
  • Responsible for all recruitment filing i.e. application forms and interview notes.
  • Provide administrative and logistical support for recruitment events when required
  • Coordinate an effective induction program by consulting the different departments
  • Give presentations at colleges, attend student group meeting, and increase college awareness of the organization


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Updated: February 13, 2017 — 9:40 pm