Helping the government to recruit female undergraduates with specific language skills

Our central government client presented us with a distinctive challenge, to source female undergraduates with specific language skills and attract them to their Future Talent Scheme.

In partnership with our client, we developed a cost-effective attraction strategy that would appeal to a diverse talent pool. Our robust selection process measured candidates’ suitability for the scheme and ensured applicants received an excellent candidate experience. By producing a website, developing a database of contacts, contacting a range of campus based groups and implementing a two-stage competency based sifting process, we provided a strong applicant pool for our client to select from.

Our project was a success, generating 775 candidates of which 211 had the desired language skills. 

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