In our team we are in contact with a lot of candidates: communicating via job advertisements and interviews and welcoming them when they start. Of course, we can’t invite all candidates to interview, however it is important that they feel well treated and have a great experience with Abacus Medicine. To succeed with this, we need assistance in structuring and coordinating the different tasks.
As a Student Analyst in Talent Acquisition, you will assist the Talent Acquisition Partner with tasks within the following areas:
- Post job advertisements on external job sites
- Coordinate interviews
- Send test to candidates
- Follow-up on the ongoing recruitment process
- Candidate search on LinkedIn and Graduateland
- Coordinate and assist during local onboarding days
- Coordinate and assist on the Global Onboarding webinar
- Together with the team create a pre-boarding process, hereafter coordinate ongoing actions
- Together with the team create a Buddy-program process, hereafter coordinate ongoing actions
- Coordinate and assist during career fairs, live and online
- Coordinate and assist during workshops
- Maintain internal and external HR recruitment systems
Are you the right candidate?
You are the right candidate if you are structured and good at coordinating – and of course think that the world within talent acquisition is interesting.
We expect that you:
- Are studying e.g., HR / psychology / communication or similar
- Speak English at a good level – and preferably have some understanding of Danish
- Have some knowledge of Microsoft Office
Your future colleagues
In the HR department, we are 6 team members: Marianne, Stine, Mathilde, Julie, Matilde and Katja.
We are very business driven and it is important for us that we always provide value to the company. Therefore, our days can change a lot, and what we thought we should do when we arrive in the morning may not be what we spend the day on. On top of that Talent Acquisition never rests, and therefore we need a certain amount of flexibility from our team members – this of course also applies the other way around.
In general, at Abacus Medicine, we have a flat management structure, and you will from the first day be given tasks that you are responsible for.
What we offer
- A part-time position: 10-15 hours per week
- Workplace in a central location at our HQ by the Copenhagen harbour
- Delicious lunch and free fruit
- Student Board
- A student community that offers support in your professional as well as personal development
- Running Club, Football Team, Gaming events, Paddle Tennis, workout classes and great social events every month
- An attractive work environment with an informal atmosphere and work-life balance
- A fun and entrepreneurial workplace where we are driven by community spirit and a desire to be successful
- Exciting challenges and future career development opportunities in a young and dynamic environment
Are you interested?
Please attach resumé, cover letter and grade transcript to you application.
Last application day is the 15th of August 2022, but interviews will be conducted throughout the application period, so don’t hesitate, and send us your application today.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mathilde Holmer, Hiring Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or LinkedIn.
We look forward to receiving your application!
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Better Access. Better Healthcare.
At Abacus Medicine, our purpose is to improve global healthcare through better access to medicine. This has driven us to quickly become a global player in the parallel import industry and pharmaceutical services while not losing sight of our entrepreneurial mindset. Our company values: Innovative, Dedicated, and Caring, lead us on our way to continuously look for improvement and further ways to achieve our purpose. Join our 1,200 dedicated colleagues with more than 32 different nationalities in e.g., Denmark, Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Austria and Hong Kong.