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In-House Recruiter

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In-House Recruiter

Job Introduction

  • In-house Recruiter 
  • Salary FTE £25,500 – £28,000 per annum, depending on experience, plus bonus and benefits.
  • Full time, however we would also consider a part time (30 hours per week) contract either over 4 days, or 5 shorter days.
  • 12-month maternity cover contract
  • Hybrid working available - applicants must be able to commute to our office is Lytham St Annes.

Join us as an In-house Recruiter and develop your retail recruitment career with our family-owned jewellers. 

This exciting opportunity is available for an experienced recruiter who will join our recruitment team of 6. The team are responsible for supporting the hiring managers across our 85 stores & all office departments, to attract & retain the best people for our business.


Role & Responsibilities

  • Supporting applicants with any recruitment queries via the careers email & by phone.
  • Advertising of store & office vacancies via a variety of ad hoc methods, when necessary, to include job boards & social media platforms.
  • Assisting hiring managers & applicants with queries relating to our applicant tracking system.
  • Delivering ATS & recruitment training sessions to store & office hiring managers.
  • Managing office recruitment from initial meeting with hiring managers all the way through to offer stage.
  • Supporting office managers with writing engaging job adverts.
  • Proactive candidate searching via our ATS talent pool, LinkedIn Recruiter & CV databases.
  • Creating & posting engaging content on company pages (Glassdoor, LinkedIn, Indeed).
  • Supporting hiring managers with invites & feedback for behavioural psychometrics.
  • Vacancy reporting.


About Beaverbrooks

Established in 1919, we have 85 locations across the UK. We have 63 Beaverbrooks stores & 22 dedicated brand boutiques, including TAG Heuer, OMEGA, Breitling & Tudor.

We’re a family business. And you can tell that when you get here. It feels like family. From the very smallest details to the big important things. 

Our core purpose is to enrich lives. We aim to make a positive difference to the world we live in. This includes our colleagues, customers, suppliers & the wider community.

As a company – we’re true to our word. When we say we’re going to do something, we go all out to do it. And every individual is truly valued.


The awards we’ve been given as an employer speak volumes about what it’s like to work here, some of which are:

  • UK's 3rd Best Large Company to Work For – Best Companies 2023 – based on employee feedback (We’ve been in the top 10 for the last 5 years)
  • Retail's Best Company to Work For - Best Companies 2023
  • 3 star accreditation from Best Companies for the 18th year running, which reflects 'world class' levels of workplace engagement.
  • ‘The Happiest Place to Work’, in partnership with Retail Trust, at the Retail Week Awards 2023


Amazing benefits for amazing people

They say you get out what you put in. And, at Beaverbrooks, our people put in so much.

In return, just some of the benefits we offer include:

  • Office profit share bonus 
  • 33 days holidays (inc bank hols)
  • Contributory Pension & Life Assurance
  • Outstanding colleague discounts, which extend to your family & friends
  • Wellbeing scheme
  • Employee & family support & counselling in partnership with the Retail Trust
  • A variety of different schemes to help you support charities close to your heart


Skills & Experience required

  • Recruitment experience either from in-house or agency, to include taking a role brief through to offer stage.
  • A passion for recruitment & providing the highest level of customer care for candidates & hiring managers.
  • Knowledge of legislation relating to recruitment.
  • Experience of using an applicant tracking system (ATS) – we use Tribepad.
  • Experienced of writing engaging job adverts.
  • Excellent communication & relationship building skills.
  • Ability to prioritise.
  • Good numeracy & literacy skills.
  • Computer literate – confident user of word, excel, Teams & the internet.
  • High attention to detail & levels of accuracy.
  • Understanding of Data Protection.



  • Knowledge of Boolean searching & the use of a range of sourcing tools including LinkedIn Recruiter & CV databases.
  • Previous experience working with behavioural psychometrics.
  • Previous experience of delivering recruitment training 


Beaverbrooks - The hallmark of amazing people



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