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Senior Manager Early Careers, Talent, Auckland, Pwc

Published 2023-01-23
Expires 2023-02-23
ID #1358836188
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Senior Manager Early Careers, Talent, Auckland, Pwc
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Published January 23, 2023

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior manager early careers, talent


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About the role


We are looking for an experienced and passionate individual to join our Talent Team in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland to lead our award winning in-house Early Careers Programme.

Key responsibilities include:


Provide thought leadership, direction, and advice on driving a best in class service model and delivering exceptional candidate experiences.


Managing a team of dynamic & talented individuals.


Leading the end-to-end delivery of Early Careers recruitment across the firm including strategic sourcing and attraction, targeted marketing, matching the best talent to business requirements and onboarding. 


Keeping track of recruitment metrics and activities through data analysis and reporting


Designing and delivering engagement campaigns that position PwC at the front of career decisions for a diverse pool of graduates.


Maintaining and building strong relationships with stakeholders, vendors, key universities and candidates to promote PwC Talent Brand.


Work collaboratively with Partners, Senior People Leaders and broader P&C teams to attract, recruit and onboard a diverse group of talented candidates.


Manage relationships with student societies and partner organisations to ensure future talent understand the variety of career options available at PWC.


Collaborate internally to develop Talent Brand materials and targeted content for Campus events and Social Channels.


Own and administer all components of the PwC New Zealand scholarship programme which includes: yearly payments, recruitment activities, mentor relationships and summer internships placements. 


To solve important problems we need to aim for the inclusion of our diverse talent. We empower our people to use their creativity, authenticity and human differences to be the champions of change. We know that when people from diverse backgrounds and with different points of view work together, we create the most value - for our clients, our people and our society. If you don’t think you quite meet all of the qualifications, we’d still love to hear from you.


Ngā pūkenga kei a koe / Skills and experience

Passionate about being at the forefront of Early Careers Talent Acquisition. You will need to be comfortable navigating an increasingly competitive recruitment marketplace, through innovative solutions whilst continuing to reimagine the possible.

You need to bring a wealth of knowledge of the early careers marketplace. Knowledge and networks in the local graduate and early careers sectors will be highly valued and a relevant Degree qualification is preferred.

You will have experience in dealing with high volume recruitment with a focus on delivering quality outcomes. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to communicate with impact and influence is critical to success in this role. You are a team player who thinks and acts in alignment with our values and most importantly a real passion for engaging and identifying pools of future talent for PWC.


5+ years’ talent sourcing experience in a large complex organisation, ideally in the early careers/graduate space


Previous experience of managing and operating a budget


Strong leadership capability


Sound understanding of project/programme management


Knowledge and experience of best practice recruitment methodologies, processes and outcomes.


Extensive relationship management skills as well as strong influencing and negotiation skills.


Strong commercial acumen and being adept with utilising data and analytics to ensure efficiencies across all areas of the talent sourcing lifecycle.


Experience using a Talent Acquisition System.


Ngā āhuatanga hirahira o te mahi ki PwC / Highlights of working at PwC NZ


Unrivalled level of access to industry expertise, both locally and through our wider global network of member firms, where you’ll be enabled by cutting-edge technology.


We know working flexibly is important, which is why we offer a cash contribution to enable you to set up your home work space.


Investing in your mental health is both important and personal. We offer an annual cash contribution to spend on items or activities that support your wellness, whatever that might be! 


PwC shows care to employees by providing life and income protection as part of our total remuneration package.


Dress for your day and flex your schedule in alignment with team and client needs 


Inclusive 18 weeks paid parental leave policy for all parents - mums, dad’s, caregivers with no minimum service!


Enhanced leave capabilities - an opportunity to purchase additional leave and two staff recognition days available each year.


Opportunities, training resources and in-role time to contribute to solving community and societal issues through the 's core programmes aimed at child welfare through education (Toitoi and FLiP) and governance roles for not for profit organisations (On Board).


Digital upskilling through our Digital Academy.


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Degrees/Field of Study required:Degrees/Field of Study preferred:
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Travel Requirements
Up to 20%
Available for Work Visa Sponsorship?
No
Government Clearance Required?
No
Job Posting End Date
February 23, 2023

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