In-House IT Researcher / Head Hunter / Resourcer - Bangkok

Location
Bangkok, Thailand
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
22 Dec 2016
Closes
19 Jan 2017
Ref
BW38492012039
Contact
Stefania Cook
Job function
HR & Training
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Freelance

In-House IT Researcher / Head Hunter / Resourcer - Bangkok (Temp to Perm opportunity)

Please note: this role is open to local Thai and international talent willing to relocate to Thailand - relocation assistance and visa sponsorship provided.

Our client a leading international e-commerce company, is experiencing dramatic growth within their IT department. The company is growing at pace, they therefore seek to hire a self-motivated, dynamic professional to help continue to source top IT talent within the business globally.

Qualifications:

  • At least 2 years' work experience, sourcing/head hunting top IT talent, ideally in-house or within an executive search agency.
  • You will be very comfortable talent mapping and resourcing globally for full stack, back end, front end, data engineers across multiple technologies such as .Net, Java, Scala, C#, Hadoop, Cassandra etc.
  • Fluency in the written and spoken English language.
  • Located in or able to re-locate to our Bangkok offices.
  • Strong recruitment search tools skills within: LinkedIn, Job Boards, Boolean Search Strings, Facebook, Twitter, Stackoverflow etc.
  • Self-directed and highly motivated with a strong sense of urgency.

Responsibilities:

  • Own sourcing efforts for your open IT roles to ensure that the business has access to the best candidate prospects in the market.
  • Working closely with your recruitment lead, interfacing with internal stakeholders across IT, clarifying expectations and roles of each stakeholder involved in your recruitment process.
  • Engage in innovative talent mapping efforts for the purposes of building a candidate pipeline as well as to provide market intelligence to the business.

Client interviewing now, so please send in your CV for a fast decision!

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