Talent Acquisition Specialist – Global Investment Firm

  • SGD
  • Singapore
  • Permanent/ Permanente

Our client, a global investment firm with a reputation of being a distinguished leader in their industry continues to look to Asia as a prominent region for growth. With a demonstrated history of navigating complex market environments, their name, now synonymous with trust and reliability has garnered respect of clients and peers alike. 


In this role, you will be responsible for managing the end to end recruitment of a specific remit within the organisation at a regional level. Delivery is considered to be just one facet of this opportunity as your role will also involve in actively engaging with stakeholders, providing guidance and fostering strong relationships within the organisation.


You will have at least 4 years of experience in recruitment either in an inhouse TA role or in both RPO and inhouse; preferably within the financial services industry. Demonstrable experience of stakeholder management and a consultative skillset is essential. You can expect to work within a highly motivated yet supportive team that encourages growth, development and innovation.


For further details please contact Katherine Bond-Webster by sending in your CV to KW@elliottscotthr.com

Job Code: KW/17332


EA Licence No:14C6917

Registration No: R23111978


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Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Katherine Bond-Webster Associate Consultant

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