Temporary Talent Supply Chain Demand Advisor - 6 months

  • Job Reference: LZJ - DA - GMC
  • Date Posted: 4 May 2021
  • Recruiter: Love Success plc
  • Location: City of London, London
  • Salary: £150 to £160 Per Day
  • Sector: HR
  • Job Type: Temporary
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Do you have demonstrable work experience in a HR or business operations capacity or of supply & demand management? We have a fabulous 6 month role working for a global management consultancy within their Talent Supply Chain Team. This Supply Chain Team is at the front-end of the business operations and key to their employees' career experience.

The Demand Advisor is an important role which is responsible for understanding the resourcing needs of the client teams, ensuring this demand is captured in the system accurately and working closely with counterparts within on resourcing plans. The Demand Advisor proactively engages with client account teams and business leadership to understand the skills required to grow their accounts and support the strategic direction.

You will learn, grow and advance in an innovative culture that thrives on shared success, diverse ways of thinking and enables boundaryless opportunities that can drive your career in new and exciting ways

If you're looking for a challenging career working in a vibrant environment with access to training and a global network of experts, this could be the role for you. As part of a global team, you'll be working with cutting-edge technologies and will have the opportunity to develop a wide range of new skills on the job.

As a Talent Supply Chain Demand Advisor, you will have the following responsibilities:

* Proactively work with client teams to thoroughly understand their sold and unsold demand
* Make sure the logged roles are progressing through the resourcing stages in a timely manner and keep client teams updated
* Build strategic partnerships with HR Career Advisors to evaluate availability on an ongoing basis and make sure the systems are being used effectively at all times
* Take ownership for staffing roles within your area and collaborate to make sure all fulfilment channels are explored if internal options are not available
* Become a Demand Accuracy advocate by making sure data in the systems is correct and educate the business/TSC when you find areas for improvement
* Maintain close contact with client accounts to gain insights into the demand pipeline and flag any relevant data to your lead and peers in the Supply groups
* Position yourself as a valued advisor and business partner by maintaining close contact with your stakeholders
* Lead interactions with your stakeholders in order to make suggestions, push back when needed and make leads accountable for assisting with staffing
* Make sure you proactively flag any trends you are seeing to your contacts and make recommendations on how to progress
* Work with client and ops teams to manage roll-off dates for resources on their accounts
* Act as first point of contact for Supply / Demand issues and escalations in finding resolutions
* Produce weekly Supply / Demand MI for business leadership with a focus on issue resolution and effective decision-making
* Provide input to resource planning activities as required (e.g. external recruitment)
* Work across the wider Talent Supply Chain Team to focus on continuous improvement or processes and take responsibility for key project activities