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Graduate Researcher, Local Government / Central Government - Leeds

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Employer: GatenbySanderson

We are the UK's number one Executive Recruiter across public and not-for profit services, appointing to some of the most influential roles in the country. From multi million pound government and health organisations to leading universities, start ups and international charities, we help appoint over 250 CEOs, Chairs and Non-Execs every year. Continued growth means we are looking for influencers to join our research team, playing a vital role in finding and securing candidates.

Our work touches every household, every family and every individual in the UK. Whether that's those transforming communities and healthcare, policy makers, border protectors, regulators or fundraisers, the process begins with that first conversation. Finding the best match for these high profile roles is the challenge that makes every day different, every discussion stimulating and each appointment rewarding.
Job details:
You'll report into the Research Lead for Local Government or Central Government and assume responsibility for supporting the research and successful sourcing of candidates across the Practice area. If you can build relationships, think around corners and are looking to make a great contribution from your working life, we can’t wait to hear from you.
Role responsibilities
Working 4-6 assignments at any one time, the role will be responsible for supporting colleagues to conduct market mapping exercises, and background reference assessments.

You'll be joining a team of high achievers, working with colleagues of national repute in their fields.
Your professional development and career progression opportunity is pro-actively managed from day one, with our dedicated research career pathway programme.
Person specification
• The ability to think creatively to deliver positive outcomes.
• Strong analytical skills.
• Able to assimilate and interpret data from a number of sources.
Skills & experience
• A track record of communicating effectively, with a diverse range of individuals.
• Effective, concise written skills encompassing written reports and analysis.
• Project management capability across multiple projects; deadline management is key.
Degree: Any related degree.
Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
Salary: £20,000 to £22,000
Advertised until: Closed Tue 17-Sep-2019
Job ref: GY/53028
Eligibility: Candidates must, by the start of their employment, have permission to work in the UK

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This vacancy has now closed.