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Talent Acquisition Partner - Early Careers USA

Company Description

Third Bridge was founded on the belief that human insights drive intelligent investment decisions.

To make the right investment decisions, our clients require access to the most relevant experts and their insights – we enable this through private consultations and exclusive content drawn from expert interviews.

Our clients consist of some of the largest private equity funds, hedge funds, mutual funds and management consulting firms, who are serviced by a team of over 900 employees located across eight global offices.

Third Bridge operates in a global, multi-billion-dollar market with double digit annual growth and has consistently received accolades for Great Places to Work and the top 100 fastest growing companies. 

Job Description

As part of the Talent Acquisition team the TA Partner will be responsible for supporting the continued exceptional growth of our company by identifying and guiding candidates through our hiring process. Working as part of a joint APAC, US and UK Talent Acquisition team, the key responsibilities of this role include managing the end to end hiring process for our early careers roles, building and maintaining relationships with earmarked Universities and student organisations, attending Career Fairs and events while also contributing to sourcing strategies in order to achieve hiring needs. This role operates in a fast-paced, volume environment in which the ideal team member needs to be extremely organised, self-motivated, resilient and collaborative. We also like to have fun!

This role is UK based but will mainly support our hiring efforts in the USA (New York and Los Angeles) so sometimes you’ll need to work US EST hours rather than UK hours as needed - you’ll manage your own time but may need to join meetings on EST (GMT-5). 

About you

You’ll take responsibility for a proportion of our hires in one of our key business areas, so you’ll need to be the type of person who thrives in a fast-paced environment and is able to develop creative strategies for early careers initiatives. You’ll understand the importance of candidate experience while equally growing a partnership with the business and understanding their needs when developing these strategies. You’ll work closely with your global counterparts in Talent Acquisition and the broader HR community, working toward the same goal – maintaining our growth trajectory by attracting exceptional talent, retaining and developing our employees.

Role Responsibilities

  • Manage end to end recruitment life cycle with a strong emphasis on candidate experience

  • Source active and passive candidates using various recruitment channels

  • Gain a thorough understanding of Third Bridge and our Connections business model to identify, attract, assess and retain talent

  • Conduct phone and virtual interviews and assessment techniques

  • Support our Campus Recruiter to enhance strategic partnerships with universities, organisations and student groups using data, company initiatives, and business unit needs as the selection criteria

  • Lead diversity initiatives by identifying underrepresented talent pipelines and sourcing strategies to engage talent

  • Develop and implement active sourcing strategies for recruiting graduate hires

  • Sustain data integrity accurate within Applicant Tracking System

  • Work with team members to ensure KPIs are met as an individual and as a team

  • Develop and manage consultative relationships with Hiring Managers and provide a high level of client service to internal stakeholders and partners

Candidate Profile

  • Experience managing either volume or early careers recruiting initiatives and creating tailored strategies to attract talent

  • Demonstrable success of direct sourcing candidates using various channels with a grasp on the end to end recruitment life cycle

  • Skilled in candidate assessment including phone, virtual, and in-person competency based interviews and assessment techniques

  • Analytical and data driven with proven track record of achieving graduate hiring targets and KPIs

  • Involvement with diversity, inclusion and belonging programs and/or hiring practices

  • Highly developed organisation, presentation and project management skills

  • Desire to enhance candidate experience at every opportunity

  • Thrives in a fast paced and highly collaborative atmosphere

  • Open to feedback with the capacity to implement changes to make professional improvements

  • Keen to learn and understand the US market with opportunities to grow to support other regions

  • Experience working globally is a plus but not essential

  • Familiarity working with recruitment systems (i.e. ATS, HRIS) 

  • Able to travel from time to time


  • Recruitment background within an agency and/or RPO is advantageous

  • Professional written and verbal communication skills

Additional Information

  • Competitive salary and annual targeted bonus

  • Private medical insurance and cash health plan

  • 15 days PTO in addition to bank holidays

  • 2 days off per year for community/corporate responsibility activity