Jobs of the week
- By Jack Preston -
- Jan 11, 2013
Judging by the wonderful response to yesterday’s ‘What do you love about your job?’ blog, it’s clear that many of you are currently loving your work life – which is great to see.
However results from a recent survey have pointed towards the fact that the majority of people would like a career change, with some 60% of American workers claiming they’re not currently engaged with their jobs.
If you’re one of those who feels the need to move onto pastures new, why not have a look through our jobs of the week. Below is a brief selection of what’s on offer, to view the entrie range head over to the Virgin Careers page.
As the Sr. Technical Recruiter, you will be responsible for engaging in direct and indirect recruiting strategies to increase company exposure, branding, and reputation. In addition, we need you to conduct deep internet mining for passive candidates and make sound judgments on talent and exercise discretion in making independent decisions. As the Senior Recruiter you will be responsible for sourcing, identifying, qualifying, interviewing, and presenting candidates to hiring managers.
In this role you will require a passion and knowledge for media, experience of managing budgets and excellent attention to detail. Responsibilities include; carrying out extensive research of media using all channels in order to select content that meets VAA’s award winning IFE standard, negotiating competitive rates and actively seek ways of reducing the cost of purchased media, whilst ensuring all new programming is on brand and to budget.
An outstanding opportunity for an experienced University Graduate to work with the External Relations team to help deliver and maintain excellence in Virgin’s external interactions. The successful applicant will undertake the initial assessment of all new business proposals that come in to the Virgin Group, its Founder and Chairman and use judgement to escalate any proposals of interest to the appropriate persons.
An excellent opportunity for an AML Risk Specialist to be a key member of the AML Risk team. They will be the AML subject matter expert and be responsible for formulating, communicating and negotiating the fraud risk business requirements for the design and development of new AML decisioning systems.