The Talent Acquisition Specialist is responsible for performing full cycle recruiting to support the department and organizational initiatives by fulfilling “best in class”” candidate selection efficiently and effectively. Reports to the Talent Acquisition Manager.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manages the full recruiting process including internal transfers and external staffing. This includes comprehensive client and candidate management, sourcing, applicant screening, interviewing, offers, and process management.
- Partners with hiring manager and HR centers of excellence to determine ideal candidate profile, external campaign strategy, candidate selection, offers, Onboarding, retention, and career pathing initiatives.
- Liaises with HR centers of excellence to provide feedback from candidates, hiring managers, and outside agencies regarding retention and career pathing initiatives.
- Develops and maintains a consistent applicant pipeline aligning with organizational branding when participating in job fairs and hiring events; maintaining relationships with schools, trade organizations, and other networking opportunities.
- Completes full-life cycle hiring practices utilizing all internal resources to maintain compliance, including vast usage of HealthCare Source (ATS) and Microsoft Office applications.
- Utilizes federal and state employment law knowledge and practices along with organizational policies and procedures.
- Performs other duties as assigned by management.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
- Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, Nursing, Human Resources or related field. Will consider previous extensive recruiting experience in lieu of education requirement.
- 3+ years of experience in full life cycle recruiting utilizing LinkedIn and other social media tools for advertising and branding efforts in a healthcare setting preferred.
- Proven track record of successfully recruiting for a broad range of technical and professional positions, including job descriptions analysis to identify candidate pool. An ideal candidate possesses a broad understanding of complex clinical roles in the organization, licensing and educational requirements.
- Excellent interviewing, oral, and written presentation skills along with critical thinking abilities for a systematic approach to problem-solving and decision-making.
- Ability to flourish in a dynamic, fast-paced and quickly changing environment where multiple projects and competing demands are the norm.
- Outstanding customer service skills with ability to develop and foster relationships with all levels of stakeholders, including management.
- Must possess excellent communication skills amongst all levels of colleagues and customers; internal and external.
- Excellent ability to quickly learn systems, emerging technology, and offer strong analysis and recommendations. Strong proficiency in MS Office, HRIS systems, and applicant tracking systems (Healthcare Source preferred).
- Proven ability to establish priorities independently, multi-task efficiently, demonstrate sound judgment and handle sensitive and confidential information with the utmost discretion.
- Excellent knowledge of HR/Employment law, practices, and procedures.
- Must be able to work outside of normal business hours (nights and weekends), as needed.
- The position typically requires local/regional travel (less than 10%).
For consideration please send your resume to Deborah Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org