Reporting to the Director, HR Strategies, the Recruiter/Sourcer works in a highly collaborative manner with Human Resources Business Partners (HRBP) and hiring managers to understand client departments’ objectives and staffing needs, and to develop and execute customized sourcing and recruiting strategies and generate a pipeline of qualified candidates for current and future technical, administrative support or management/exempt job opportunities. The Recruiter/Sourcer may also work with Compensation and HR Business Partners to determine job offers, establish pay ranges, titles and content for jobs, based on market data and market driven demands.
This position is a one-year limited term position, with benefits included.
About Human Resources:
In support of the University’s mission to be a high quality educational and research institution, Human Resources partners with University communities to provide a broad array of programs and services, partnering with management to recruit and retain a highly qualified diverse staff;
Working together in a spirit of continuous improvement and collaboration, the Human Resources team contributes to a progressive and productive work environment that meets the challenges of a changing world.
5+ years of specialty recruiting and sourcing experience from a staffing agency, search firm or in-house recruiting team.
Demonstrable, hands-on experience using contemporary recruiting and sourcing tools such as job boards, social media, resume databases and search engines to identify active and passive candidates.
Broad knowledge of sourcing tools, posting placement, markets, social media and other active methods of reaching candidates, to reach the widest, most diverse pool of candidates.
Experience recruiting niche/technical professionals common to the medical, academic, biotech and/or health science environment.
Ability to perform advanced Boolean and other search methods.
Ability to perform research on the labor market, candidate pool and information technology industry standards.
Experience with diversity recruiting and outreach initiatives.
Experience working in higher education.