Head of Campus Recruiting for Institutional Securities - Vice President
- Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
- CDI, Plein-temps
- Morgan Stanley
- 14 déc. 17 2017-12-14
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Human Resources provide support and strategy at every level of Morgan Stanley’s business. It helps firm and business unit management with strategic direction in employee recruiting, retention, development and compensation. HR generalists partner with individual business units to deliver services in data analysis, employee relations, compensation analysis and performance management. Other HR teams are product -focused, specialising in compensation, benefits, recruiting, reporting and learning and development services.
Reporting into the Head of Talent Acquisition, this role is within the campus recruitment team, managing the recruitment of entry level talent for Morgan Stanley’s front office divisions in EMEA. The individual will provide a comprehensive campus recruiting service to support the effective hiring of the Front Office divisions’ summer, off-cycle, industrial placement and full-time analysts and associates (MBA/PhD). The individual will work closely with their global and regional campus team counterparts to ensure a coordinated best practice sharing and innovation driven approach to the delivery of the annual front office campus strategy. This individual will provide day to day management to a team comprising of two direct reports, providing strategic leadership and day to day management to the IBD & GCM, Equity Research, Fixed Income, Equities and Investment Management recruitment managers.
Attraction and Recruitment Strategy:
• Coordinate the overall recruitment strategy at undergraduate and graduate level to include attraction, recruitment and on-boarding of entry-level talent across the Front Office divisions
• Determine overall hiring requirements across the Front Office divisions and monitor progress throughout the recruitment season
• Partner with the Head of Campus Marketing & Events on the definition and execution of the front office campus events calendar
• Responsible for ensuring that the Front Office recruitment efforts are aligned to the Firm’s overall campus strategy and that all recruitment processes are conducted in line with Firm Policy and legislation
• Oversee the involvement of line representatives and university alumni in the campus events, recruitment and closing process, ensuring that top talent is deployed to source and on-board graduate talent into the Firm
• Undertake end of season reviews of the front office campus processes and make recommendations for continuous enhancements ensuring the divisions’ campus strategy is competitively aligned and meets ROI goals
Selection Process and Reporting:
• Regular review and enhance the front office candidate selection tools and processes
• Partner with Learning & Development in the annual running of the campus interview skills training
• Partner with the Diversity & Inclusion team on the deployment of the various diversity recruiting plans and initiatives to build on our diversity recruiting successes
• Responsibility for the outsourcing process of campus administrative and coordination tasks to the off-and onsite providers
• Partner with the Head of Campus Operations on the review of the campus online testing products, trouble shooting and year on year review of the validity of the tests
• Oversee the candidate referral process, act as a point of escalation and ensure all referral candidates are handled in line with Firm policy
• Supported by the Head of Campus Operations, devise and implement metrics and reports that continuously measure the efficiency, success and cost effectiveness of the Front Office campus efforts
• Oversee, manage and monitor spend for front office campus attraction, recruitment and programmes; provide regular reporting on ROI and identity opportunities for activation the following season
• Oversee and regularly track campus headcount and progress of candidates through the funnel across all front office divisions, providing regular metrics to HR and divisional management and stakeholders
• Partner with the Campus Programme Management lead and the Learning & Development team on the execution of the summer, industrial placement, off-cycle internship and full-time analyst and associate programmes
• Oversee and manage the front office elements of the summer and off-cycle internship programmes
• Oversee interns and graduates in the local offices and roll them up into any relevant London internship training, programme, continuous education cycles
• Oversee and manage the Revenue Spring Insight programme recruiting – from planning, execution and the post programme fast track process
• Lead and provide strategic direction to two direct reports. Establish objectives, manage their performance and coach and develop the wider Front Office campus team members
• Co-manage the campus team recruitment process outsourced provider on all aspects of the account including budgets, resourcing and the appraisal and remuneration process
• Keep up to date with current and impending legislation, developments and changes in the graduate market
• Keep other members of the HR and campus recruiting function up to date with developments in the Front Office divisions – regularly connect with Coverage partners
• Undertake projects and ad hoc requests as required by the Head of Talent Acquisition
Skills required (essential)
• The ideal candidate will have a strong experience in graduate recruitment with aspects of programme management.
• Sound understanding of Financial Services; preferably Front Office (IBD, GCM, Equity Research, Fixed Income and Equities, Investment Management).
• Advanced level knowledge of the UK & EU graduate recruitment landscape (education system, qualifications, skill set requirements by division, etc.).
• A proven track record of translating business needs into effective recruiting strategies.
• Ability to influence and engender trust and credibility with managers at all levels across client groups and with HR colleagues.
• Effective management/supervisory skills - ability to lead, delegate and manage various levels of people.
• Ability to take ownership, to work autonomously and willingness to be accountable.
• Ability to multi-task, to perform effectively and efficiently under pressure and to adapt to change.
• Highly organized with strong attention to detail.
• Credibility with senior management and effective client service focus.
• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively.
• Strong results focused attitude and “can- do“ mind-set.
• Strong presentation and communication skills (written and verbal).
• Flexibility with respect to working hours – travel will be required.
Morgan Stanley is an equal opportunities employer. We work to provide a supportive and inclusive environment where all individuals can maximise their full potential. Our skilled and creative workforce is comprised of individuals drawn from a broad cross section of the global communities in which we operate and who reflect a variety of backgrounds, talents, perspectives and experiences. Our strong commitment to a culture of inclusion is evident through our constant focus on recruiting, developing and advancing individuals based on their skills and talents. *LI-CL1