The role supporting one of our clients - Fidelity International. They pride themselves to offers investment solutions and services and retirement expertise to more than 2.56 million customers globally. As a privately-held, purpose-driven company with a 50-year heritage, we think generationally and invest for the long term. Operating in more than 25 locations and with $783.6 billion in total assets, our clients range from central banks, sovereign wealth funds, large corporates, financial institutions, insurers, and wealth managers, to private individuals. Our Workplace & Personal Financial Health business provides individuals, advisers, and employers with access to world-class investment choices, third-party solutions, administration services, and pension guidance. Together with our Investment Solutions & Services business, we invest $567 billion on behalf of our clients. By combining our asset management expertise with our solutions for workplace and personal investing, we work together to build better financial futures. Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we. We are proud of our inclusive culture and encourage applications from the widest mix of talent, whatever your age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, social background, and more. We are a disability-friendly company and would welcome a conversation with you if you feel you might benefit from any reasonable adjustments to perform to the best of your ability during the recruitment process and beyond. We are committed to being a truly flexible employer, encouraging and trusting our people to perform their role in the way that works best for them, our business, our colleagues, and our clients. We offer the maximum possible flexibility over where and when you work for all, considering your role and any local regulations. We call this new approach “dynamic working”. Find out more about what we do, our history, our new approach to “dynamic working“ and how you could be a part of our future at careers.fidelityinternational.com/about-us. Our Values Integrity - Doing the right thing, every time and putting the client first Trust - Empowering each other to take the initiative and make a good decision Our Behaviours Our employees should be: Brave - Challenge the status quo, be accountable and speak up Bold - Act with conviction, encourage diverse thinking and keep things simple Curious - Learn to do new things in better ways and encourage fresh thinking Compassionate - Have empathy, care for colleagues, clients, and the community Department Description As part of the Chief People Officer, the Global Talent Management team is responsible for all aspects of acquiring and developing talent, leaders, and people. Working closely with business leaders and in partnership with global HR, the Talent Management team ensures skills, experience, and capabilities needed by FIL are in place to deliver its strategic objectives and business plans. Purpose of your role To support the EC Talent Acquisition Lead in the operational delivery of attracting and selecting talent within Early Careers across assigned business units or schemes across the UK, Dublin, and Continental Europe. To organize and execute the operational strategy for the on-campus events, marketing, and ongoing relationships with target schools, universities, and faculties. Working in partnership with EC Talent Acquisition Lead, business units, to organize and facilitate all pipeline programs, diversity initiatives, and early careers events for early careers across graduate and apprentice programs for Fidelity. Key responsibilities Administer the campus recruiting strategy, including identifying creative approaches to campus. Utilize the applicant tracking system (ATS) in order to track and report on candidates. Support the sourcing activity aligned to headcount demand in partnership with the EC Talent Acquisition Lead. Organize and execute campus events, pipeline programs, and insight activities throughout the year. Support the delivery of assessment and selection strategies for assigned business units. Support the onboarding process for recent graduates and interns, ensuring an excellent experience and relevancy in the onboarding learning outcomes to help this population be set up for success. Execution and analysis of a Candidate Experience (NPS) survey for all candidates engaging with the recruitment process. Project manage or work within key group-wide Resourcing projects. Maintain a calendar of campus events throughout the year. Support with the reporting and metrics requirements for early careers. 3rd Party collaboration Collaborate with third-party suppliers, from branding and attraction to assessment and selection as required. Experience and Qualifications Required Knowledge gained in attracting and selecting high-caliber early careers candidates (graduate and apprentice) is desirable. Skilled in the planning and execution of early careers recruitment projects, including diversity initiatives and pipeline recruitment initiatives such as internships and work experience. A proven ability to think strategically, be able to interpret data, and present back findings and campus season reviews to a very high standard. Ability to work efficiently and effectively, whilst maintaining a high attention to detail. Strong organizational skills and customer service focus. Strong communication and partnering skills. Comfortable working in teams in different office locations and promoting teamwork. 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