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Talent Acquisition Manager

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Sr. Director of Talent Development will partner closely with the Human Resource team to successfully deploy talent management and solutions to business leaders, manager and associates in the organization. Understands the business strategy and effectively assesses and determines the critical need of the business and apply expert delivery of developed programs and solutions. Serve as a valuable feedback loop to ensure alignment to key business priorities and objectives. Responsible for the recruitment process. Sets recruitment measurement and ensures job vacancies are managed by TA Partners in collaboration with Hiring Managers and HRBPs. Builds a healthy relationship with internal customers and external recruitment vendors. The ideal candidate will be an experienced and high impact recruitment and talent acquisition professional who can demonstrate a track record of partnering effectively with stakeholders. Working directly with leaders to shape, design and implement effective talent practices. The Talent Acquisition Manager will recommend standards for attracting top talent with pro-active sourcing strategies, and efficient use of tools.

Essential Functions:

  • Collaborate and build creative staffing plans proactively with the assigned business group leaders to enable them to achieve resource hiring requirements.
  • Lead development of an effective pipeline of quality talent and establish processes for HRBPs and hiring managers on effective sourcing techniques.
  • Participates with line management in developing talent resource objectives.
  • Develops in-depth knowledge of the business segment strategic resource objectives and the talent acquisition functional area.
  • Determining what programs will best support the growth of the organization.
  • With direction from their leader, develop innovative yet targeted sourcing initiatives and develop a solid pipeline of qualified candidates at all times.
  • Connects with local and national diversity & inclusion organizations to reach out and partner in the development of impactful programs to increase our pipeline of diverse candidates for targeted groups.
  • Supervise the quality of work, productivity and effectiveness of TA Partners and other internal or external sources when sourcing, qualifying, and presenting a solid, diverse slate of candidates for every open position.
  • Manage the performance of individual TA Partners and the entire team against established performance goals and metrics.
  • Coach recruiters and hiring managers in developing strong stakeholder relationships, building expertise in hiring area, and developing and closing offers according to market conditions and internal compensation guidelines.
  • Review opportunities for leveraging resumes with other recruiters (cross references).
  • Partner with HRBPs to provide career counseling to internal employees include assisting in identifying their competencies and skills gaps.
  • Demonstrate the ability to calmly address candidate challenges.
  • Maintaining open communication with the HR team so individuals and any aspects that may impact their work.
  • Analyze recruiting data from all available sources to identify and solve trends and emerging issues.
  • Develop recommendations and implement process improvements and action plans.
  • Provide regular updates to clients and upper management using data and analysis of recruiting results.
  • Ensure that established metrics are met.
  • Analyze recruiting data from all available sources to identify trends and emerging issues and identify solutions to issues.
  • Hire, train and develop staff members

Requirements:

Education & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development or related field.
  • Minimum of 7 years of full-cycle recruitment experience.
  • Minimum of 2 years in a supervisory role.
  • Experience in education environment recruiting a plus.
  • Experience in program/process design and execution.
  • Experience in revamping and implementing new TA processes in an organization.
  • Experience implementing new talent acquisition technology experience highly preferred.
  • Experience in using data to assist in decision making and drive execution.

Technical / Functional Skills

  • Proven ability to develop strong business relationships and manage expectations.
  • Ability to work effectively with multiple levels in the organization.
  • Staffing management and planning.
  • Customer service oriented with exceptional communication and client anticipation skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
  • Strong presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to be self-directed and take initiative and accountability in completing tasks and projects
  • Results oriented - focused on getting things done.
  • Quick study – ability to learn and quickly apply learnings.
  • Critical thinking and systems thinking.

 

 

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