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Online Recruitment System Update 7 th & 8 th December 2009. Why did we get an online system?. Competition Survey of 91 of the UK Higher Education institutions in 2007, indicated that 64% intended to develop an online system and 15% already had an online system.

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Online Recruitment System

Update

7th& 8th December 2009


Why did we get an online system
Why did we get an online system?

  • Competition

    • Survey of 91 of the UK Higher Education institutions in 2007, indicated that 64% intended to develop an online system and 15% already had an online system.

    • Recruitment team’s own survey in 2007 of 25 of the School’s main competitors concluded that out of the 43% that don’t have an online recruitment system at present, 86% are planning to introduce one.


Benefits
Benefits

  • Improved communication and service delivery to internal customers

  • Improved communication with candidates/applicants

  • Ability to recruit more from the global market

  • Modernisation of the School’s brand image

  • Reduction of the time to hire

  • Better management of information


Testing phase
Testing Phase

  • Started at the end of Lent Term 2009

  • User Committee

  • Changes sent to WCN for action


Current phase pilot phase
Current Phase: Pilot Phase

  • Started in July 2009

  • Total number of vacancies so far 28 (5 academic and 23 academic support)

  • 1447 applications received


Feedback issued
Feedback Issued

  • Survey issued for 17 vacancies

  • Survey went to candidates and recruiting managers.

  • Candidates feedback on the ‘application form’: 29%(413 candidates) said that the system was ‘excellent’ and 44% (641 candidates) said that the system was ‘good’.






Roll out plan
Roll out Plan

  • Split of Academic and Academic Support Recruitment

  • Academic Support Vacancies: February 2010

  • Academic Vacancies: July 2010


Roll out plan1
Roll out Plan

  • Recruitment Team Support to Managers

    • ‘Road Shows’ with WCN

    • Drop in sessions weekly

    • One to ones

    • Helpline

    • Website portal


Other information
Other Information

  • Shared Sign On

  • Setting up the University User committee

  • Wish List creation


What s next
What’s next?

  • Survey

  • Feedback

  • Roll out plan & communication

  • Second stage of the project



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