As Campus Recruiter your responsibilities include:
- Attending at approximately 40 campus events per year to share the FrieslandCampina story with students. As Campus Recruiter you learn everything there is to know about FrieslandCampina and our six traineeship tracks as soon as possible, so you can interest students in our company;
- Maintaining close contact with a large network of universities, study- and student associations and you determine together how we can best position the FrieslandCampina employer brand among their students;
- Organizing our inhouse days and you are responsible for the organization of our trainee selection days;
- Collaborating with the Traineeship Program Manager on how to improve the traineeship and optimize the trainee selection procedure;
- You are responsible for the recruitment process from A to Z. Answering questions of interested students, select candidates based on CV, give feedback to candidates on their e-assessment results, assess the motivation video pitch of the candidates and organize the final selection day. After hiring the candidates you are responsible for the job offering and the contracts of the new trainees.
If this position excites you and you meet the following requirements, we would love to get to know you!
- You have a completed WO Master degree, preferably in Business Administration or Human Resources;
- You are familiar with the various study- and student associations and have gained experience in a study- or student association when you were studying;
- You have strong communications skills and are fluent in Dutch and English;
- You have a natural way of presenting and like doing this for a big crowd;
- You are flexible and do not have a 9 to 5 mentality, as some campus events take place in the evening;
- You are able to work independently, are proactive, analytical and result oriented.
Your salary is based on the weighting of your job, your experience and your training. FrieslandCampina offers not only a competitive salary but also training and education on the job because it’s important for our people to continue to grow. After all, your development is not only good for your career; our products also benefit from it. The mutual exchange of knowledge between colleagues is also evident on the work floor. It is, after all, the most effective way to learn.