Recruitment Manger (m/f/d) - Parental Leave Replacement

Temporary, Full-time · Köln

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Ihre Mission
The Recruitment Manager is responsible for overseeing full life cycle recruitment, ensuring that the best talent for the St George’s School group is sourced whilst also developing effective programs for retention and succession planning. In this role you will be responsible for the smooth operation of all recruitment activity across the business and will work in close collaboration with the central HR Department and with the school’s School Management Teams. The right person will be a confident relationship builder who loves providing creative people solutions and can thrive in a growing and fast-changing environment.
Hauptaufgaben und Verantwortungsbereiche
Main Responsibilities (Recruitment)
  • Manage full life cycle recruitment (post, source, prescreen, schedule, background screening, references, offer, onboarding, etc.) intervening where necessary to ensure all processes are completed in line with the Recruitment Policy and other associated policies
  • Promote awareness of current best practice in safer recruitment and equal opportunities throughout the organisation, providing training or support where necessary
  • Promote child welfare and safer recruitment at every stage of the recruitment process
  • Define roles and responsibilities with the hiring team and develop and maintain standard timelines to ensure an effective and efficient recruitment lifecycle while minimising cost-perhire
  • Serve as a business partner with hiring managers to develop effective sourcing and recruitment strategies that result in school satisfaction
  • Coordinate the planning of annual induction schedules ensuring all relevant stakeholders are actively engaged at the appropriate time and that the schedule is communicated with incoming staff within given timelines
  • Promote child welfare and safer recruitment at every stage of the recruitment process
  • Conduct risk assessments when background checks highlight a conviction or are not available prior to the commencement of employment, applying judgement where these cannot be obtained and escalating to the relevant member of management
  • Co-ordinate the creation and updating of recruitment documents and online content including job descriptions for academic and non-academic roles
  • Oversee the acquisition and inputting of the data required by the HR and Recruitment team for the Single Central Register for incoming employees, monitoring its completeness and taking remedial action as necessary until they commence employment
  • Establish and manage agency and advertising relationships, including the negotiation of terms of business and cost per service to support recruitment processes
Main Responsibilities (Staff Remuneration)
  • Prepare, maintain and check salary forecasts based on all relevant information and share this with the relevant managers as required
  • Conduct out-of-cycle pay reviews as required using a fair and consistent approach
  • Co-ordinate the annual review of pay scales to ensure SGS salaries remain competitive
  • Conduct salary negotiations for complex or variable pay scenarios, applying judgement, taking into account internal policy and available budget
Miscellaneous
  • Maintain the establishment list codes for all SGS employees, ensuring that data is complete and accurate
  • Coordinate the process of amendment, removal and addition of roles to the establishment lists, including the marking of positions as open to be filled at each site.
  • Liaise with the HR Department and schools regarding resignation, dismissal, parental leave and long-term absence, in order to advise and establish implications for recruitment
  • Coordinate the development of effective programs for retention and succession planning in collaboration with the HR Department
Ihr Qualifikationsprofil
  • Proven track record as a senior recruiter with In-House recruitment experience
  • Strong analytical skills with a flexible approach to problem solving
  • Strong communicator with the ability to work collaboratively across all levels
  • A confident decision maker with the ability to demonstrate logical reasoning
  • Educated in Business, HR, Organizational Psychology or another relevant field
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Fluency in English is a prerequisite for this position, fluency in German is desirable but not essential
  • A willingness to travel between sites on a regular basis
  • A positive individual with a can-do attitude and the ability to lead with influence
  • A working knowledge of the British education system would be advantageous but is not essential
Was wir bieten
The performance of our people is what defines the success of St. George’s. Our teams are enabled to
take the initiative and encouraged to think and act like entrepreneurs. The multinational corporate
environment provides our talented employees with a large area to expand professionally and offers
multiple opportunities to enrich their individual mindsets and experiences. By joining us, you will be
part of our community life and actively participate in varied projects, allowing St. George`s to
continually evolve.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Über uns
Werden Sie Teil unseres Teams an der St. George’s, The British International School
 
Entdecken Sie ein spannendes internationales Arbeitsumfeld


Mit Standorten in Köln, Düsseldorf Rhein-Ruhr und München bieten wir Schülerinnen und Schülern im Alter von zwei bis 18 Jahren eine bereichernde Bildungserfahrung.
Seit unserer Gründung im Jahr 1985 ist St. George’s bestrebt, Schüler akademisch, sozial und emotional zu fördern und ihnen zu helfen, Ihr Potenzial auszuschöpfen. Wir sind überzeugt von kontinuierlichem Wachstum und streben nach Exzellenz in der Bildung. Unsere Schulen bieten hochmoderne Ausstattung, einen dynamischen Lehrplan und umfangreiche Möglichkeiten zur persönlichen Entwicklung.
 

Mehr als nur ein Job


Wenn Sie bei St. George’s anfangen, nehmen Sie nicht nur einen Job an, sondern beginnen eine lohnende Karriere. Wir bieten:
 

 
  • Berufliche Weiterentwicklung: Bei St. George’s legen wir großen Wert auf professionelle Weiterentwicklung. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, Ihre Lehrkompetenzen und pädagogischen Fähigkeiten zu erweitern und verschiedene Standorte innerhalb unseres Netzwerks zu entdecken.
  • Wettbewerbsfähige Vergütung: Wir bieten ein wettbewerbsfähiges Gehalt, das Ihre Expertise und Ihr Engagement widerspiegelt.
  • Umzugsunterstützung: Unser großzügiges Relocation-Paket sorgt für einen reibungslosen Umzug nach Deutschland.
  • Umfassende Weiterbildung: St. George’s bietet ein weitreichendes Trainingsprogramm an, das Ihnen hilft, sich in Ihrer Rolle weiterzuentwickeln.
Unser Bildungsansatz

  • Lehrplan: Unser Unterricht basiert auf dem Nationalen Lehrplan für England, wobei der Schwerpunkt auf der Vorbereitung der Schüler auf den IGCSE- und den IB-Abschluss liegt.
  • Diversität: Unsere Schülerschaft setzt sich aus über 50 Nationalitäten zusammen, was eine vielfältige und bereichernde Unterrichtserfahrung bietet.
  • Sprache: Englisch ist die primäre Unterrichtssprache, wobei alle Schülerinnen und Schüler Deutschunterricht erhalten.
  • Klassengröße: Mit maximal 20 Schülern pro Klasse legen wir großen Wert auf individuelle Betreuung und Unterstützung. Wir bieten außerdem Unterstützung in den Bereichen Englisch als Zweitsprache und Sonderpädagogik an und fördern somit eine kooperative Lernumgebung.
Unsere Werte

Unsere Werte – Neugier, Mut, Selbstvertrauen und Gemeinschaft – leiten uns bei allem, was wir tun. St. George’s fördert eine Atmosphäre der Toleranz und des gegenseitigen Respekts, in der jeder Einzelne wertgeschätzt wird. Außerdem wird jedes Mitglied unserer Schulgemeinschaft dazu ermutigt, sich weiterzuentwickeln und sich selbst herauszufordern, um seine Fähigkeiten und Talente kontinuierlich auszubauen, Unbekanntes zu entdecken und nach Exzellenz zu streben.
 

Sicherungsanforderungen


St. George's verpflichtet sich, das Wohlergehen von Kindern zu schützen und erwartet, dass alle Mitarbeitenden diese Verpflichtung teilen. Die erfolgreiche Bewerberin/der erfolgreiche Bewerber muss daher ein eintragsfreies Führungszeugnis sowie zufriedenstellende Referenzen vorlegen. Außerdem fördert unser Unternehmen Chancengleichheit. Wir schätzen die Vielfalt und verpflichten uns, ein integratives Umfeld für alle Mitarbeitenden zu schaffen.
 

Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Bewerbung.
 
Your mission
The Recruitment Manager is responsible for overseeing full life cycle recruitment, ensuring that the best talent for the St George’s School group is sourced whilst also developing effective programs for retention and succession planning. In this role you will be responsible for the smooth operation of all recruitment activity across the business and will work in close collaboration with the central HR Department and with the school’s School Management Teams. The right person will be a confident relationship builder who loves providing creative people solutions and can thrive in a growing and fast-changing environment.
Main Responsibilities
Main Responsibilities (Recruitment)
  • Manage full life cycle recruitment (post, source, prescreen, schedule, background screening, references, offer, onboarding, etc.) intervening where necessary to ensure all processes are completed in line with the Recruitment Policy and other associated policies
  • Promote awareness of current best practice in safer recruitment and equal opportunities throughout the organisation, providing training or support where necessary
  • Promote child welfare and safer recruitment at every stage of the recruitment process
  • Define roles and responsibilities with the hiring team and develop and maintain standard timelines to ensure an effective and efficient recruitment lifecycle while minimising cost-perhire
  • Serve as a business partner with hiring managers to develop effective sourcing and recruitment strategies that result in school satisfaction
  • Coordinate the planning of annual induction schedules ensuring all relevant stakeholders are actively engaged at the appropriate time and that the schedule is communicated with incoming staff within given timelines
  • Promote child welfare and safer recruitment at every stage of the recruitment process
  • Conduct risk assessments when background checks highlight a conviction or are not available prior to the commencement of employment, applying judgement where these cannot be obtained and escalating to the relevant member of management
  • Co-ordinate the creation and updating of recruitment documents and online content including job descriptions for academic and non-academic roles
  • Oversee the acquisition and inputting of the data required by the HR and Recruitment team for the Single Central Register for incoming employees, monitoring its completeness and taking remedial action as necessary until they commence employment
  • Establish and manage agency and advertising relationships, including the negotiation of terms of business and cost per service to support recruitment processes
Main Responsibilities (Staff Remuneration)
  • Prepare, maintain and check salary forecasts based on all relevant information and share this with the relevant managers as required
  • Conduct out-of-cycle pay reviews as required using a fair and consistent approach
  • Co-ordinate the annual review of pay scales to ensure SGS salaries remain competitive
  • Conduct salary negotiations for complex or variable pay scenarios, applying judgement, taking into account internal policy and available budget
Miscellaneous
  • Maintain the establishment list codes for all SGS employees, ensuring that data is complete and accurate
  • Coordinate the process of amendment, removal and addition of roles to the establishment lists, including the marking of positions as open to be filled at each site.
  • Liaise with the HR Department and schools regarding resignation, dismissal, parental leave and long-term absence, in order to advise and establish implications for recruitment
  • Coordinate the development of effective programs for retention and succession planning in collaboration with the HR Department
Your profile
  • Proven track record as a senior recruiter with In-House recruitment experience
  • Strong analytical skills with a flexible approach to problem solving
  • Strong communicator with the ability to work collaboratively across all levels
  • A confident decision maker with the ability to demonstrate logical reasoning
  • Educated in Business, HR, Organizational Psychology or another relevant field
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Fluency in English is a prerequisite for this position, fluency in German is desirable but not essential
  • A willingness to travel between sites on a regular basis
  • A positive individual with a can-do attitude and the ability to lead with influence
  • A working knowledge of the British education system would be advantageous but is not essential
Why us?
The performance of our people is what defines the success of St. George’s. Our teams are enabled to
take the initiative and encouraged to think and act like entrepreneurs. The multinational corporate
environment provides our talented employees with a large area to expand professionally and offers
multiple opportunities to enrich their individual mindsets and experiences. By joining us, you will be
part of our community life and actively participate in varied projects, allowing St. George`s to
continually evolve.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
About us
Join Our Team at St. George’s, The British International School

Discover an Outstanding Teaching Opportunity in Germany

Are you passionate about shaping young minds and leading a life that makes a difference? St. George’s, The British International School, invites you to embark on an exceptional teaching journey with us. With campuses located in Cologne, Düsseldorf Rhein-Ruhr, and Munich, we are dedicated to providing an enriching educational experience for students aged 2 to 18.      
      
Since our establishment in 1985, St. George’s has been committed to nurturing students academically, socially and emotionally and helping to reach their potential. We believe in continuous growth and strive for excellence in education. Our schools are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, a dynamic curriculum, and extensive opportunities for personal development.      
      
More Than a Job
      
When you join St. George’s, you're not just taking a job; you're embarking on a rewarding career path. We offer:   
    
  • Career Advancement: At St. George’s, we value professional development. You'll have the opportunity to enhance your teaching skills and explore different campuses within our network.
  • Competitive Compensation: We offer competitive salaries that reflect your expertise and dedication.
  • Relocation Support: Our generous relocation package ensures a smooth transition to Germany.
  • Comprehensive Training: St. George’s provides an extensive training programme to help you excel in your role.

Our Educational Approach  

  • Curriculum: Our teaching is anchored in the National Curriculum for England, with a focus on preparing students for IGCSE and the IB Diploma.
  • Diversity: Our student body represents over 50 nationalities, offering a diverse and enriching teaching experience.
  • Language: English is the primary language of instruction, with all students receiving German language tuition.
  • Class Size: With a maximum of 20 students per class, we prioritise individualised attention and support. We offer ESL and SEN support, fostering a collaborative teaching environment.

Our Values

Our values of curiosity, courage, confidence and community guide us in everything we do. St George’s fosters an atmosphere of tolerance and mutual respect, in which each individual is valued. Furthermore, each member of the school community is encouraged to grow and challenge themselves to consistently develop their skills and talents, explore the unknown and aim for excellence.

Safeguarding

St. George’s is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will therefore be subject to enhanced background checks. Furthermore, we are an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Join St. George’s and lead a life that makes a difference. 
We appreciate your interest in a role with St. George's, The British International School. In the interest of maintaining a fair and transparent recruitment process, and in order to gather all the background information we require to make a full assessment, please complete the following application form. Should you have any difficulties in uploading your files, please contact us by email at recruitment@stgeorgesschool.com
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