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    Position Description

    Position Title: Recruiter

    FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

    Department: Human Resources

    Reports to:  CHRO


    The Recruiter is responsible for meeting hiring goals by filling open positions with talented and qualified candidates by managing the full life cycle of the recruiting process. This entails sourcing and screening candidates, coordinating the interview process, and facilitating offers and employment negotiations, all while ensuring candidates have a pleasant experience.



    • Collaborate with Department Directors to identify current and/or future hiring needs and requirements on a regular basis;
    • Develop and update job descriptions, specifications, postings, and screening questions as needed;
    • Work with CHRO and Marketing to design and implement an overall recruiting strategy that reflects the Company’s employer brand and core values;
    • Create a calendar to manage all milestones (posting, resume review, screening, etc.) of the recruiting process for all current and future open positions, and use it in implementing said processes;
    • Networking, career events, and developing relationships with local schools' career centers;
    • Maintain and provide all records and reports associated with the role in a timely and accurate manner as directed.

    Lead Generation

    • Develop sources for attracting both active and passive candidates through job boards, databases, online forums, social media, and any other vehicles commonly used by job seekers;
    • Promote the Company and its employment opportunities in ways that are truthful, attractive, and consistent with the Company’s employer brand;
    • Assess applicants’ knowledge, skills, and experience as they relate to all open positions and select potential candidates for screening as needed;
    • Maintain a database of candidates to access as needed for positions that may not now be but will become available.

    Candidate Pooling

    ·       Screen candidates by reviewing resumes and job applications, and performing phone screens to further assess their eligibility for one or more of the currently open positions;

    • Schedule selected candidates for in-person or video interviews;  

    ·       Ensure all screening, hiring, and selection is done in accordance with employment laws and regulations;

    • Meet with hiring managers to discuss eligible candidates for their positions and determine how and when they want to move forward with second full interviews;
    • Act as point of contact throughout recruiting/staffing process;
    • Solicit feedback once second interviews are completed by hiring managers and move forward as needed by determining the candidates selected, informing candidates of their status if rejected, and moving to the next phase in the process.  

    Offer Coordination/Onboarding

    • Work with hiring managers to establish offer specifics for their respective candidates;
    • Extend verbal offers of employment to candidates selected;
    • Check references and administer background checks or any other testing required;
    • Once cleared, prepare and present written offers to candidates;
    • Assist with final offer negotiations;
    • Initiate and complete onboarding process for all new hires.


    The physical demands/conditions described below are representative of those that must be met/tolerated by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.

    • Tolerance of an environmentally-controlled, indoor workspace;
    • Exposure to low to moderate noise level typical of an office environment;
    • Prolonged periods of sitting in front of a computer screen;
    • Daily communications via email, phone, chat, and face-to-face;
    • Occasional travel to client sites;


    Incumbents must demonstrate the ability to:  appear for work on time; follow directions and interact well with co-workers, management, referral partners, clients, and applicants/candidates; understand and follow work rules/procedures; comply with corporate policies, goals, and objectives; and exhibit professionalism, initiative, and commitment. 

    In addition, the education, experience, and other skills listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.


    • One (1) to Three (3) years of full-cycle recruiting experience required.


    • BA/BS degree is preferred.


    • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including as a presenter;
    • Ability to design and implement recruiting strategies;
    • Good decision-making skills;
    • Comfortable making decisions independently;
    • Ability to manage a wide range of relationships with a variety of stakeholders;

    ·       Working knowledge of interview techniques and applicant screening methods;

    • Strong organization and time management skills; and,
    • Detail-oriented and thorough.


    • Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Planner);
    • Video meeting platforms (e.g., Zoom, Teams);
    • ATS platforms (e.g. iSolved Hire);
    • Websites and social media platforms used for finding active and passive candidates;
    • General office equipment: computers, printers, projectors, and scanners.

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