Recruitment Campaign Management
Twenty-Seven Consulting deliver recruitment campaign management services to support candidates and hiring managers through the process of hiring new staff, predominantly in the public sector.
All too often, public sector recruitment processes seem not to have kept pace with modern requirements, a cause of frustration for both candidates and hiring managers wishing to join or move within the public sector.
We resolve the issues caused by numerous recruitment processes split across various teams by acting as a single point of contact to guide candidates and hiring managers through the end to end process.
For our clients, this includes advising on salaries, writing job descriptions, planning recruitment campaign processes, setting up assessment centres and advising on interview formats.
For candidates, we aim to simplify the recruitment process as much as possible to make it easier for you to apply for roles and we will also keep you informed at every step of the way.
Where candidates are successful, we will work with you and our clients to ensure that the on-boarding process is as hassle free as possible, and again, we will keep you informed at every step of the way.
Rebekah is without doubt my go to person when it comes to filling senior roles in government. Here’s a few reasons why 1. Seriously well networked 2. Knows how HR works in the civil service and forms positive relationships with business partners, 3. Will go to great lengths to ensure the best possible outcome 4. Works very hard to understand what you are looking for and equally – helps good candidates judge whether the role is going to work for them and lastly 5. Is always, always at your service.
From my point of view one of the things that was surprising in my recruitment into the Home Office was the amount of time that it took to get through the on-boarding process. It took longer to get from offer to start date than it did to get from application to offer. I can see that for many people this might not be an issue, if they were working out their notice for example, but for me it was quite frustrating and made more so by the lack of information available about how the process was progressing. The role that [27 Consulting] played was fundamental to me not reopening discussions with some of the other organisations that I had been talking to. You made sure that I had all the information that was available and helped to ensure that multiple approaches were being taken to ensure that the fastest way through the process was found.
I worked closely with Rebekah Ramsay throughout my application for my current role as Deputy Director of Live Service Operations at the Home Office. She was incredibly helpful from our first engagement until I commenced in the role and has also kept in touch to see how I am getting on. Through recruitment she was supportive from the early stages with advice and help when needed and through the offer process she supported me greatly. She supported me in chasing my security clearance and acting as a key interface into the Home Office to smooth my joining experience. It was clear she was well respected by the local HR team and had a good range of contacts to help with any challenges or obstacles to help the process go as smoothly as possible.
I just wanted to drop you a note to thank you and Sally-Anne for the way in which you ran the recent campaign for the Deputy Director of Technology at the Department for Education, Although I was not ultimately successful, I greatly appreciated the efficient friendly and professional manner in which all communication was dealt with. As a candidate, it was genuinely refreshing to have such excellent support and I cannot fault any aspect of my candidate journey with you, from the initial contact all the way through to the swift feedback after the interview.
I only wish that all campaigns were run this way