Exciting - you're bringing on new team members! Here's what's going to happen every time anyone at Oaktree opens a role up - you're in blue and the Recruitment Officer who will be working with you to get the right person on your team is the orange.
If you have any questions about the recruitment process chat to the Recruitment Officer working with you, or if you don't have one yet, email Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: If you click on "set up interviews with successful applicants" you can have a read of the Interview Guide.
Your new recruit's first interactions with their new manager, team, branch and organisation as a whole, are a super important part of their Oaktree experience. A great induction and on-boarding experience can be the difference between someone dropping off the face of the earth after two months, and becoming a volunteer who sticks around for years and lives and breathes Oaktree.
Here's a look at what's going on behind the scenes at each step of the induction process:
While their induction is over as soon as they have agreed to our policies, have been given an email, and know where the office is and when they need to be there, the on-boarding process takes longer. This is all about ensuring a new team member feels confident and well-supported, both within the organisation and within their role.
If you have a team member who is leaving, this is the process they'll need to complete before they go. You do not have an active role in their exit process, aside from supporting them to complete it.