Re:Work
Mark Shortall

Mark Shortall

mark@rework.ie

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Engineering Leadership Recruiter

TYPE  PermanentSALARY  LOCATION  Amsterdam

Re:Work is partnering exclusively with Beat to build their People & Recruiting team in Amsterdam & Athens.

Beat is one of the most exciting companies to ever come out of the ride-hailing space. One city at a time, all across the globe they make transportation affordable, convenient, and safe for everyone.

Today, they are the fastest-growing ride-hailing service in Latin America and part of the international FreeNow Group owned by Daimler. But serving millions of rides every day pales in comparison to what lies ahead. Their plans for expansion are limitless. Their stellar engineering team operates across a number of European capitals where, right now, some of the world’s most ambitious and talented People are changing how cities will move in the future.

Beat’s footprint is rapidly expanding with current service in Greece, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Argentina. Their global headquarters are in Athens and we are building our European headquarters in Amsterdam to attract the best talent in the world.

What you’ll be doing:

Talent Acquisition “Point” for Engineering Leadership hiring | You will be the point of contact to their Tech Leadership building their teams in Amsterdam and Athens. You will partner to co-create a scalable hiring plan to help set up the tech site and achieve aggressive hiring plans. You will lead the site reporting and track progress versus plan, identifying challenges or risks and providing solutions to senior leadership.

Strategic stakeholder management | You support your hiring managers, building high-performance teams by interpreting your client’s business goals and organisational needs into creative, effective recruiting strategies and hiring processes. Proactively inform and advise hiring teams on market and talent trends, building trusted partnership through honest and candid conversations where you are seen as a hiring expert.

Candidate Attraction | You will showcase your passion for the industry and intimate knowledge of the market to engage passive candidates through compelling storytelling personalised messages which convey our unique career possibilities, advantages, and rewards that are distinct from those of our competitors. Additionally, you will build Beat's tech brand in the region through attending networking events, conferences, e-meetups, etc.

Talent Sourcing & Pipeline Creation | You use your growing relationships and your understanding of talent markets to identify, qualify, cultivate and develop talent communities to solve immediate hiring needs and as well as supply talent-on-demand for future needs. At any given point, you have at least a handful of qualified and interested candidates ready to engage for our most critical roles

Brand Ambassador & Candidate Experience | Beat will differentiate ourselves by providing 5 star candidate experiences and making each candidate know how much we appreciate their investment and our commitment to invest in their career growth. We will provide timely, useful career feedback to each person we speak with and ensure they enjoy their interview journey. You will amplify our employer brand one candidate at a time!

Data Analysis, Insights & Reporting | You leverage data to inform hiring decisions and influence hiring excellence at Beat. You gather relevant data (sometimes at your fingertips and other times you will need to get creative), analyze and act on the insights to constantly strive for improvement. You will identify internal and external opportunities in trends in the talent markets with our talent competitors, compensation and rewards attractiveness, channel and funnel effectiveness, candidate experience and more!

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