Recruiter

Location
Washington D.C.
Posted
Jun 27, 2018
Closes
Sep 20, 2018
Function
Human Resources
Industry
Nonprofit
Hours
Full Time
Job Description Summary:
The role…
The Recruiter is an expert in recruiting for a wide variety of roles across support office and program units, ideally in a large scale nonprofit . He/she keeps their finger on the pulse of industry trends in Talent Acquisition and pushes the boundaries to master new strategies in candidate sourcing. The recruiter knows how to balance maintaining a great candidate experience while ensuring hiring managers have the level of service needed to staff their roles with great staff in a timely manner. He/She is the subject matter expert in recruitment and will guide hiring managers through challenging candidate negotiations while advising internal stakeholders on best practices and compliance in recruitment. The recruiter is a true Human Resources professional and will partner with Human Resource Business Partners to anticipate staffing issues and relay executable solutions. The Recruiter will champion The National Academies' commitment to Diversity and Inclusion while working to staff for open and future positions.
Job Description:

The team…

This position will report to the Manager of Recruiting and will be part of the Office of Human Resources team.

What you will do…

  • Understand organization plans and objectives; meet with managers to discuss needs and develop a thorough understanding of the department / program to establish recruiting requirements.
  • Build relationships with Hiring Managers to understand their staffing needs and anticipate future pipeline needs. In partnership with HR Business Partners, you will help create and execute a structured process to staffing.
  • Maintain an active workload of 15-20 requisitions on average. You will work with multiple hiring managers to fill exempt and nonexempt positions across the organization. This will include executing hiring plans, creating sourcing strategies, candidate selection, offer approval, delivery and negotiation.
  • Proactively source, screen, interview, and place qualified candidates for technical and non-technical roles. This includes posting jobs, pre-screening resumes, interviewing candidates both on the phone and in person, and partnering with hiring managers throughout the selection process.
  • Add valuable resources and knowledge to support The National Academies' dedication to diverse candidate recruitment by using best practice sourcing strategies.
  • Build personal networks (Employee Resource Groups, User Groups, Community Organizations, etc.) and Social Networking (LinkedIn, Spoke, Twitter, Google+, etc.).
  • Develop and define effective recruiting strategies to build talent pipeline for critical skill segments.

Skills you have…

  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited University or College in Human Resources, Business Management, or related field, or equivalent experience required.
  • A minimum of 3 years' demonstrated professional recruiting/talent acquisition experience in a corporate and or search firm environment
  • Experience with Applicant Tracking systems (such as Workday) is required.
  • Full cycle recruitment experience is essential (sourcing, screening, selection, offer/negotiation, etc.)
  • Experience in recruitment for professional positions, accounting and finance and technical roles is required for this position.
  • Experience in recruiting and sourcing specialized talent
  • Experience partnering with external vendors when needed (i.e., staffing firms, payroll agencies, etc.) is preferred.
  • Experience sourcing passive candidates for difficult-to-fill positions with tools such as LinkedIn, resume databases, and networking activity.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Knowledge of OFCCP, Government Contractor recruiting, EEO, Affirmative Action, etc.
  • Knowledge of current Federal and State employment laws.
  • Strong interviewing and people skills
  • A diversity advocate knowledgeable in employment law best  practice recruitment
  • Adaptable and flexible, capable of handling and prioritizing multiple, competing assignments in a dynamic environment.
  • Ability to handle multiple business area requirements and balance support effectively
Employee Type:EmployeeScheduled Weekly Hours:37.5City/State:Washington, District of Columbia

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