Bain & Company Inc

  • Recruiting Coordinator

    Job Location PL-Warsaw
    Job ID
    Posted Date
    Human Resources
    Regular Full-Time
    Location : Location
  • Overview

    Based in our EMEA Shared Service Centre (SSC) in Warsaw, the Coordinator, CSS Recruiting has a central role in the HR team, driving the recruiting process for the SCC Office, as well as providing professional recruitment advice and support to SSC Operations. Specific responsibilities include sourcing, screening, and selecting of suitable applicants for open positions.


    The  Coordinator, CSS Recruiting is expected to operate fluently in English at C1 level and Polish.


    Recruitment and selection

    • Drive/Coordinate end to end EMEA SSC recruitment process for all teams (advertising, posting, sourcing, screening, selection and testing)
    • Supports relationships with recruitment agencies and vendors
    • Act as a point of contact for all recruitment related matter
    • Explore and use different sourcing channels
    • Source, screen and interview candidates and generate interview notes
    • Supports Employer Branding and efficient attraction activities according to the recruitment need.

    Recruitment administration

    • Schedule interviews and coordinate all of the interviewing steps
    • Ensure accurate and timely iCIMS data entry
    • Keep iCIMS systems and activities under constant review to ensure high levels of customer service, efficiency and accuracy
    • Deliver accurate recruitment dashboard for the SSC.


    • Broad recruitment skill-set, with a focus on sourcing and selection
    • Experience on a relevant position (at least 1 year)
    • Practical knowledge of selection tools,
    • Knowledge of legal constraints relevant to recruiting in Poland
    • Background in a professional services environment, or a Shared Services Centre
    • Agency background would be an advantage
    • Higher degree.


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