The Talent Specialist is responsible for handling the full life cycle of the recruiting process including identifying, interviewing, and selecting qualified candidates. The Specialist will work with the Director, Employee Relations & Engagement to ensure that recruitment activities comply with Agency policies and applicable federal and state laws and regulations.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Builds awareness of the organization and our career opportunities through participation in job fairs, educational institution partnerships, community events and professional organizations and utilization of creative recruitment techniques and marketing efforts.
Manage the recruitment process which may include initial assessments, presentation of qualified candidates to hiring managers, interviews, selection, offer and follow‐up.
Works with internal departments and hiring managers to assist with recruitment efforts.
Effectively building working partnerships with these teams and hiring managers so that TM is an integral part of the interviewing and hiring process.
Identify and sourcing appropriate talent for current open clinical and administrative roles.
Identify future talent needs and proactively recruiting and sourcing to develop a talent pool.
Use social media, job boards, Internet sourcing, and other technical means to source candidates for open jobs.
Manage the organization’s employee referral program, internship programs and budget for the talent function.
Use an applicant tracking system and other recruiting software.
Manage database administration of the applicant tracking system such as reporting, updating job postings, adding account codes and updating job statuses.
Manage posting to various job sites such as CareerBuilder, NPO.net, various school websites and others.
Develop relationships with and managing third party recruitment agencies and staffing firms.
Other duties as assigned.
MARGINAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
May be required to assume responsibilities for the other HR employees in their absence, or as assigned.
May be required to need to train other Human Resources employees as needed.
May be required to travel to other (local) locations as needed.
Bachelor’s degree required.
Minimum of three (3) years of relevant experience in recruiting in a Talent Management setting . Previous healthcare or social service experience required.
Specific experience using internet–based recruiting methods and tools.
Experience working with applicant tracking systems.
Experience with HRIS systems and reporting tools.
Must be able to handle high volume recruiting and multiple searches simultaneously. 25+ open searches at any time.
Medical, dental, vision, 3 weeks’ vacation within your 1st year, 8 holidays, 2 personal days, 403B
The Benefits Manager is a part of our Talent Management Team. The Manager will plan, develop and implement of all aspects of employee benefits including insurance claim resolutions; eligibility requirements; enrollment procedures; coverage and other related issues; preparation of requests for proposals (RFP’s) for employee benefits and in the evaluation and contract negotiation process. The Manager will ensure that the benefit plan design and procedures are consistently administered in compliance with government rules and regulations.
·Manages and supervises the benefit team, including the Benefits Administrator and a dotted line supervisionoftheBenefitsandCompensationAnalyst.Willberesponsibleforhiring,training,mentoring anddiscipline,includingterminationoftheteam.
·Sedentary work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negotiable amountof force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of thetime.