PURPOSE The Recruiter is in charge of attracting and recruiting specialist and non-specialist staff to meet the ICRC’s needs in line with the skills and profiles identified by the organization. The Recruiter’s primary role is to ensure that recruitment takes place in accordance with the relevant guidelines, procedures and ethical rules. To keep track of human resources needs, assess candidates’ applications, conduct interviews and make recruitment decision in conjunction with the units concerned. Main duties and responsibilities: GENERAL DUTIES Knows recruitment and development policies, procedures and tools, adapt them to the Lebanon delegation context and ensure a fair and efficient implementation throughout the delegation by all relevant people Acts as a focal point for recruitment process in the organization Is responsible for reviews and publishing of internal and external job vacancies ensuring the quality and consistency of the content and format of vacancy notices Provides guidelines to recruitment officers in evaluating candidates’ files Conducts interviews and participates to the selection of the candidates Be the key contact for the candidates during the recruitment process and answer their questions including the outcome of their applications With the support of the HR Officers, carry out various administrative tasks (recruitment’s files, organization of technical / languages tests, contract) Responsible for the evaluation of the recruitment activities and adjusts the action plans and programmes accordingly Supports and provide HR expertise to all levels of the organization as part of internal and external recruitment processes and is responsible for communication of Recruitment Strategies Works closely with the HR Talent Attraction team to put in place specific actions through our network and attract the right talents together with recruitment officers Is responsible for keeping the recruitment tools up-to-date and maintain candidates’ data Works in collaboration with various units to identify and analyze recruitment challenges, methods and processes and optimize the recruitment tools Answers questions from applicants and any other individual or organization interested in staff recruitment at the ICRC Works on specific KPIs (time to hire, candidates and hiring managers’ satisfaction) and keeps statistics up to date Monitors and ensures compliance with local labor laws and staff regulations Supports the HR (employer) branding by representing the ICRC in external recruitment-related forums Is in charge of onboarding and offboarding and ensures solid onboarding culture is put in place. PEOPLE MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES Trains the HR officers involved in recruitment and is their technical manager. Coordinates and supports the employees under his/her technical supervision in their personal development by coaching and advising them on internal and external training and development possibilities ADDITIONAL DUTIES Follows up on all work-related messages and correspondence with the relevant contacts and departments Is aware of the delegation’s objectives and has a good knowledge of the Red Cross Movement and other contacts relevant to the position Collects and shares information to improve the ICRC’s understanding of the environment and humanitarian trends and responses Represents the ICRC in an appropriate way during activities, in meetings and in the field, and avoids any activity that may reflect negatively on the ICRC’s image May be required to work overtime in line with the needs of the unit Replaces the HR Responsible in case of absence. Manages other files assigned by the HR Manager Must set an example to other employees by demonstrating good ethics and behavioural attitude in line with the ICRC code of conduct. Develop an open knowledge-sharing environment and actively contribute to the HR team in a manner that builds knowledge, skills and service to the team. EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • University degree, specialized degree in HR is an asset. • At least 5 years’ experience in recruitment • Fluent in English, French is an asset • Computer proficiency (word, excel and PowerPoint)
Develop an open knowledge-sharing environment and actively contribute to the HR team in a manner that builds knowledge, skills and service to the team.