Sofyne Active Technology

Sofyne Active Technology

Talent Sourcer

  • Permanent contract 
  • London

The company

Sofyne Active Technology

Sofyne Active Technology

  • Big Data, Change Management, IT / Digital
  • From 50 to 250 employees

The job

Talent Sourcer

  • Permanent contract 
  • London

About

Sofyne Active Technology integrates and deploys PLM and MES solutions to support more than 30 large industrial accounts (aerospace, defence, automotive, luxury…) in their digital transformation. Present in France and Europe, our teams intervene from the upstream phase of the projects to the production to the support. Our innovation and development division implement innovative solutions for Industry 4.0 projects.

Sofyne Active Technology
Sofyne Active Technology
Sofyne Active Technology
Sofyne Active Technology
Sofyne Active Technology

Job description

Based in London the Talent Sourcer will be supporting the Talent Acquisition team on the first stage of the recruiting process. By using various channels, the Talent Sourcer’s main goal is to identify, assess and bring new talent to Sofyne in an international perspective.

What you’ll do:

  • Work closely with the Talent Acquisition team and Managers to understand technical requirement
  • In a proactive approach you will identify qualified candidate profiles using various sourcing techniques (e.g. Boolean, social media, board sourcing…)
  • Interact with potential candidates on social media and professional networks
  • Craft and send recruiting emails
  • Maintain candidate databases (e.g. via our Applicant Tracking System)

Preferred experience

What you have :

  • First work experience as a Talent Sourcer preferred
  • Fluent in English and French. Portuguese and Polish are a plus
  • Solid verbal and written communication skills both in English and French
  • Effective time-management abilities
  • BSc in Human Resources Management or relevant field

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