Recruiter

Location
Lansdowne, Virginia
Posted
May 25, 2017
Closes
Jul 24, 2017
Function
Human Resources
Industry
Nonprofit, Other
Hours
Part Time

 

Our Human Resources Team is growing!  We are seeking a part-time (20-29 hours per week, with possibility of going full-time) Recruiter to join us in our Lansdowne, VA office.  In coordination with the Recruiting Manager, you will recruit, screen, evaluate, interview and recommend candidates for open positions.  Network through creative sourcing.  Serve as a resource for and coordinate process of recruiting efforts based in the headquarters office and for temporary staff.  Write job ads, schedule team interviews and process new hire paperwork for headquarters and field staff hires.  Work in coordination with HR administrative staff to ensure proper on-boarding and document collection.

 

Prison Fellowship® was founded in 1976 by Charles Colson, a former aide to President Nixon who served a seven-month sentence for a Watergate-related crime. Today, Prison Fellowship is the nation’s largest outreach to prisoners, former prisoners, and their families. Established on the belief that all people are created in God’s image and that no life is beyond His reach, Prison Fellowship takes a restorative approach to all those affected by crime and incarceration.

 

3+ years recruiting and placing individuals.

College degree (human resources education preferred); prefer PHR/SPHR certification.

Knowledge Areas:  Hiring processes and related laws; networking; spiritual maturity.

Proficient in use of internet, email, search engines, MS Office; experience with databases.

Strong interpersonal skills.

Self-starter with proven organizational skills and ability to work independently; proven ability to work with all levels of management; established recruiting network through local associations.

5% travel.

Satisfactory background check (PF does not discriminate against individuals with a prior criminal history).

 

To learn more about us and to apply online, visit us:  https://www.prisonfellowship.org/about/in-prison/