Move forward as a Corporate Recruiter at DSV in Dordrecht, Rozenburg or Moerdijk
Are you that enthusiastic, motivated and independent corporate recruiter for DSV? With a keen eye for talent, up-to-date knowledge of the labour market and keen to find the best new colleagues? If so, you could start working for the nine DSV locations in the Amsterdam, Rotterdam and South-West Netherlands region. The recruitment team looks forward to hearing from you.
You get the job done
As a corporate recruiter, you are the first contact with a potential new colleague. You arrange an interview with the manager, proactively contact the candidate and, after good conversations, ask the candidate the question: "Do you want to become my colleague? Together with the recruitment team, you ensure a positive candidate experience; you contribute to it.
How do you do this? The week starts with an online weekly kick-off with your colleagues working across the Netherlands. With them you discuss the state of affairs, challenging vacancies and of course how everyone's weekend was. As a corporate recruiter, you work very closely with your colleagues. Such as Joyce and Lynn, who, as assistant recruiters, help you with the follow-up of the applications. Or with Vera, who specifically searches for the right candidate for your vacancy as a talent sourcer. The lines of communication with the two other corporate recruiters, Sanne and Manouk, are very short. They help each other with 'What to do with this vacancy' or provide each other with tips for an interview or offer. The recruitment team is a close-knit team that supports and strengthens each other.
After an extensive vacancy intake with the hiring manager, you will write your own recruiting vacancy text. And you proactively look for colleagues. You are the discussion partner at the first or second interview and give the candidate feedback on the assessments made (after you have been trained in this yourself). You do this for the nine DSV locations of various divisions in the Amsterdam, Rotterdam and South-West Netherlands region. For all office and management positions in our warehouses. In which you work closely with local HR colleagues.
Employer branding is an important part of your job. You maintain contact with schools, for instance, about internship markets, visit and attend events and ensure that both DSV (and yourself) are visible online and offline. In order to eventually get in touch with new colleagues. You get this done by also:
- actively approaching potential new colleagues via your own network, LinkedIn and other channels;
- keeping your own knowledge of logistics office and IT-related functions up to date;
- constantly improving the recruitment processes, in cooperation with your colleagues and manager.
As a corporate recruiter, you work, from your base in Dordrecht, Rozenburg or Moerdijk. And you travel to the various locations in the west of the Netherlands. You will also occasionally visit other locations (e.g. Eindhoven or Venlo) for meetings or interviews. You work both independently and together with your colleagues. With the aim of finding the right candidate for that particular vacancy.
We are DSV, we grow
DSV is a global provider of transport and logistics services. With offices in more than 80 countries and a growing network of partners, there is no place in the world we cannot reach by air, sea, rail, courier or road transport or provide warehousing services.
A DSV recruiter is the first contact with our new colleague. Through your enthusiasm, the vacancy is filled. This is how we work together to further grow DSV,
says Yvette Dos Santos, Senior HR Manager.
In the Netherlands, we work from over 25 branches, with more than 3,000 colleagues. Together, we take on the challenge of a rapidly changing environment. We take quick decisions at every level and combine ambition and teamwork. This is how we move forward and make a difference together.
- at least 5 years experience within recruitment, employer branding and labour market communication;
- recruitment experience in logistical office and IT-related positions;
- living in the region of Rotterdam, The Hague or Utrecht;
- willing to travel to the various DSV locations in your region and beyond;
- excellent command of Dutch and English, both spoken and written.
It all counts for this vacancy of corporate recruiter in Dordrecht, Rozenburg or Moerdijk. Furthermore, it is of course important that you feel at home with us. That will certainly be the case if you like to push forward, have guts and want to grow with DSV.
You will get
Working for DSV means working for one of the top players in the logistics market. DSV is entrepreneurial, competitive and always looking to grow as an organisation. That is why we are looking for people who want to grow with us. Besides a challenging job in an international environment, we also offer:
- 28 holidays per year and 8% holiday pay paid in May;
- 5% gratuity paid in November;
- lease car, laptop and mobile phone provided by DSV;
- favourable pension scheme, part of which is non-contributory and an own contribution of 5%;
- access to knowledge and training via our DSV Academy and external (logistics) study opportunities.
Send your resume with motivation or leave your details and we will contact you. Any questions about this vacancy? Our corporate recruiter Manouk Lips will answer all your questions via +31 (0)6 5188 5961 or email@example.com.
We like to find our new colleague ourselves. In doing so, we don't need help from others. And no, not from recruitment agencies either.
Do you share candidate data with DSV, for example in the form of a resume? Then we treat this data as public information. This means that we do not owe a fee if we hire a candidate whose data (in whatever form) you have shared.
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