Susquehanna International Group, LLP

  • Recruiter

    Job Locations Sydney, Australia
    Requisition ID
    2018-3936
    Experience Level
    Experienced
    Job Categories
    Human Resources, Recruiting & Marketing
  • Overview

    Susquehanna International Group, LLP (SIG) is a global quantitative trading firm founded with an entrepreneurial mindset and a rigorous analytical approach to decision making. We are leaders and innovators in high performance, low latency trading. Our traders, quants, developers, and systems engineers work side by side to develop and implement our trading strategies. Our Asia Pacific Headquarters is based in Sydney, where we have a team of over 130.

     

    Recruiter:

     

    We are looking for a Recruiter to join our HR team in Sydney’s CBD. You will be part of an energetic and close-knit team that directly impacts the success of our firm. You will work closely with our Trading, Technology and Operations teams to attract, select and onboard top-tier talent across Asia Pacific.

     

    This is a high profile role that is highly valued by the business. If you are someone who is passionate about attracting and recruiting the best talent, and you enjoy a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same, then we’d like to hear from you!

     

    In this role you will:

     

    • Be involved in end to end experienced hire recruitment spanning job description creation, sourcing, screening, interviewing, presenting offers and preparing new hires for their onboarding experience at SIG
    • Be responsible for developing graduate recruitment strategies to attract qualified candidates to our graduate programs. Some travel will be required to build relationships with universities and to attend career events
    • Attend career fairs and host information sessions, poker tournaments and trading game events for graduate recruitment
    • Use your market knowledge to select the most appropriate and effective channels for sourcing candidates directly, including social media and other tools and applications
    • Find ways to continuously enhance our pipeline for professional roles and the graduate programs via campaigns and other sourcing initiatives
    • Meet regularly with hiring managers to review hiring needs and the management of candidate pipeline and hires
    • Be the go-to person for candidates, ensuring an outstanding candidate experience
    • Work effectively with the U.S. based recruitment and campus teams to align your activities and processes with current U.S. approaches for recruitment
    • Travel to U.S. to learn SIG recruitment processes
    • Use data effectively to support hiring decisions and strategies and drive improvements

    What we’re looking for

    What we’re looking for:

    • University degree
    • At least 2 – 3 years’ experience recruiting for technical roles (technology or quantitative/ trading) and/or in graduate recruiting and running campus campaigns
    • Demonstrated networking and direct candidate sourcing experience using creative research methods
    • Internet research knowledge (Boolean searching techniques etc.)

     

    Your personal skills are key, so this is what we need:

    • Excellent relationship building and communication skills
    • Detail orientation
    • High levels of energy and tenacity
    • Initiative is key; we are a fast paced environment and you need to be comfortable with this
    • The ability to generate ideas and new approaches. We are interested in you, your ideas and your contribution so you need to have the confidence to interact with all levels within and outside of the organisation

    We are a small team and we work very well together. The ability to work collaboratively is essential.

     

    Benefits:

    • Outstanding working environment in Sydney’s Barangaroo office precinct
    • Free breakfast, catered lunch and snacks daily
    • On-site Gym
    • Free Members tickets at SCG and Allianz stadiums

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