Shaping tomorrow, today.
Kubrick exists to help solve the global digital skills emergency, which is holding back organisations and individuals from harnessing the power of next-generation technology to evolve and transform.
In our short history, we have become the fastest growing consultancy in Europe, won numerous awards for our entrepreneurship, growth, and training, secured over 80 industry-leading clients, and added over 750 trained and accredited professionals to the data, AI, and cloud ecosystem.
Our disruptive business model is simple: we hire brilliant minds, train them for 15 weeks in our Labs, then deploy them to our clients to help deliver revolutionary and high-profile data, AI, and cloud projects.
We’re now ready to expand into North America and we are searching for a bright and enthusiastic University Relationship Manager to join our newly formed US Talent Team. This role is key to our expansion and will see you building and strengthening Kubrick’s relationship with leading colleges, to ultimately increase our brand awareness with graduates and attract top-tier talent into the business.
Responsibilities in the role include:
- Driving campus recruiting strategy and talent pipelines in alignment with business objectives, strategic priorities and diversity goals
- Relationship ownership of target schools (career centres, faculty members, student organizations) and diversity partnerships
- Identify, develop and implement opportunities for co-branding and partnerships with key universities for industry and academic related initiatives
- Drive and communicate a recruiting calendar and plan to drive graduate attraction through events and career fairs
- Attend events that promote Kubrick to candidates at key colleges and ensure our brand awareness is being maximized
- Increase diversity and quality of candidate pools
- Use data to track and measure key metrics and criteria for selected colleges (i.e. spend, yield, participation) that help inform overall recruiting strategy
- Conduct market research and keep internal stakeholders informed of the market trends that may impact recruitment strategies, and help influence stakeholders to ensure our competitive positioning in the market
- Assist the Talent Team with the onboarding, assessment, engagement and retention of graduate talent (including administering psychometric tests, running assessment centres, and conducting engagement sessions)
What we need from you:
- ·Prior experience in campus recruiting, college partnerships/university relations and events planning
- Specialized knowledge and expertise of graduate recruitment, academic institutions and curriculums
- Have the ability to work collaboratively and creatively, with a focus on developing relationships
- Ability to prioritize as needed while handling multiple time-sensitive projects in a very fast-paced environment
- Strong time management skills, organizational skills, initiative, and attention to detail
- Strong interpersonal skills including oral and written communication
- Must be able to multitask and bring projects through to completion with minimal supervision
What will you get from us?
- We operate a high trust and ownership environment, we are flexible in style, and we enjoy collaboration. You will be respected, and you will play a significant part in our future direction.
- A collaborative, supportive working environment – We are a team (and a company) that loves what we do and supports, as well as challenges, each other!
- Opportunity to accelerate your career in a role with significant scope and make an impact in a newly formed team
- Competitive remuneration
Position Type: Full-time, Permanent
Start Date: April 2022
Location: Remote working with occasional travel to the office in Manhattan, NY (a few trips per quarter)
All travel requirements will be made in accordance with UK and USA government COVID-19 travel advice and you will be required to adhere to any COVID-19 testing or quarantine periods that may apply. Additionally, as of 27th December, it is now a legal requirement to be double vaccinated to work in an office in New York City. This is based on the current UK and US government guidelines and is subject to change.