TalentFront Recruiters, you know who you are. When asked what you enjoy most about your job, you enthusiastically reply, “the people!” and you really mean it. Yes, ours is a grueling profession that requires long hours on the phone with people you know and those you don’t, however, there is no more noble calling than putting people to work in jobs that pay their bills, feed their families, and make them excited to get up in the morning. Not only do you know all this, you’re the kind of person who wants others to join our recruiting ranks so you have the opportunity to invent the culture in which you can contribute more effectively.
If this sounds like you and you are not yet a part of our firm, please let us know so we can talk with you about exciting opportunities with our clients in industry, nonprofits, and the public sector.
- Establishes recruiting requirements by studying organization plans and objectives; meets with managers to discuss needs.
- Builds applicant sources by researching and contacting community services, colleges, employment agencies, recruiters, media, and internet sites; providing organization information, opportunities, and benefits; making presentations; maintaining rapport.
- Attracts applicants by placing job advertisements; contacting recruiters, using newsgroups and job sites.
- Determines applicant qualifications by prescreening candidates; arranging interviews with clients; analyzing responses; verifying references; comparing qualifications to job requirements.
- Arranges management interviews by coordinating schedules; arranges travel, lodging, and meals as needed; escorting applicant to interviews.
- Evaluates applicants by discussing job requirements and applicant qualifications with managers; interviewing applicants on consistent set of qualifications.
- Improves organization attractiveness by recommending new policies and practices; monitoring job offers and compensation practices; emphasizing benefits and perks.
- Avoids legal challenges by understanding current legislation; enforcing regulations with managers; recommending new procedures; conducting training.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
- Accomplishes human resources and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
- Demonstrated experience and success in recruiting.
- Outstanding communications skills -- written, by phone, in person.
- Excellent judgment.
- Versed in employment law.
If this sounds like you or someone you know, please apply today. We look forward to hearing from you. Marcia Call, CEO