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Employer: Amaris
  • Management - Consulting
  • Human Resources - Psychology
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Updated at: 03.12.2017
    Short company description

    Amaris is an independent, international Technologies and Management Consulting Group. Created in 2007, Amaris is already established in over 50 countries and supports 500 clients worldwide throughout their projects’ lifecycle. Our expertise covers 5 areas of innovation: Business and Management, IT/IS, Telecom, Engineering and High Technologies, Biotech and Pharma. With 65 offices across the World, the Group offers proximity support to its clients in all their locations and many opportunities of international careers for employees.

    In 2018, Amaris aim to reach a turnover of 260 million euros, 5000 employees and develop its workforce due to a further 2000 new job openings predicted throughout the year. We expect to triple our workforce within the next few years and reach a leading international position in independent consulting.


    Ideal Candidate:

    Graduated with a Master’s degree from Psychology/Sociology or other fields;
    You have at least 3 years experience in recruitment – especially in direct search;
    You have at least 1 year experience in a people management role;
    Strong entrepreneurial spirit, keen sense of communication, strength of conviction, leadership, ability to identify talent and to develop capacities to adapt to local economy: these advantages will help you reach a structure with strong growth;
    You are fluent in English.


    True "entrepreneur", you assume all the responsibilities of this position:

    Coordinate with hiring managers to define necessary requirements for open roles;
    Join social media groups and professional networks and interact with potential candidates;
    Act as a point of contact and build influential candidate relationships during the selection process
    Supervise your team’s activity and offer them support accordingly;
    Identify follow-up actions to be made for the recruitment development of respective business-lines
    Direct search candidates using specific sourcing tools and come up with new ones whenever necessary.