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As part of the Oﬃce of TalentManagement & Human Resources and the Talent Acquisition team for Development and Alumni Relations, the Sr.Talent Acquisition Specialist will have primary responsibilityfor sourcingtalent forcurrent and future openings. Partners with Talent Acquisition team and hiring managersto identifytalent needs and build eﬀectivesourcing and assessmenttechniques.Helpsmanagecandidate and hiring managerexperiencethrough a thoroughunderstanding of expectations.
ReportingtoTalent Acquisition Manager, the ideal candidate will foster a collaborativeteamenvironment and a strong service orientedculturethatensureseﬀective and eﬃcient service deliverytointernalcustomers and prospectivecandidates.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Developsinnovativesourcingstrategies fortalented and diversecandidatesthrough both established and creativemethods such as job posting,internaldatabases,employeereferrals, online job boards and databases, online data mining, social media, career fairs,etc.
Demonstratesproﬁciency with research and candidategeneration.Proactively builds and maintains a network of potentialcandidatesthroughproactivemarketresearch and ongoingrelationshipmanagement.Sources both active and passivecandidates and possess the ability to accurately assess people to gaugemotivation and ﬁt.
Recommends ideas and strategiesrelatedtorecruitmentthat will contributeto the success of the organization;implementsnewprocesses and ﬁne tunes standardprocessesforrecruitingthatimproveeﬀectiveness and service.
Screens and interviewscandidates within the framework of a deﬁned position speciﬁcation.Developsstrongcandidateslatesthroughscreening,interviewing, and candidatepreparation.
Evaluatessourcing channels todetermine which ones aremosteﬀective and have the highestreturn on investment;continuallyseeksnewsourcingoptions and developscreativeapproachestodeliveringcandidatesto the customer.
Ensures a positivecandidateexperiencethroughout the recruitingprocess.Maintainseﬀectivecommunication and coordination with all parties involved toengage promisingcandidates and create the rightimpression of the organization.
In partnership with Talent Acquisition team,develops and implementscommunicationstrategiestomarket the organizationtopotentialapplicants.Workscollaboratively with marketing and communicationsresourcestoensurethatapplicable media (printmaterials, online presence, social media, etc.)reﬂect and convey an appropriateimageforcurrent and futureemployees.
Manages,prioritizes, and closes searchesagainst a timeline and set of overarchingorganizational priorities. Maintainsdetailedrecords of outreach and sourcingeﬀorts.Providesregularrecruitingstatus reports.
Ensuresthatrecruiting and employmentpracticesarecompliant with applicablefederal,state, and locallaws.Participates in special projects and initiatives(optimizingcandidateexperience,improvingintervieweﬀectiveness,leveraginginternalsources of talent,etc.).
Support full recruitingcyclefor assigned openings.
Providesoperational and administrative support for the Talent Acquisition team when needed. Creates and processesrequisitionsfor openings acrossDevelopment and Alumni Relations.Veriﬁes funding source(s)for openings, conﬁrmsbudgetary support, and securesapprovalswhere needed.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Psychology, Business Administration, or other related ﬁeld required. Minimum of threeyears of recruitmentexperiencethatdemonstrates a progressive and pro-activeapproachto the recruitment of talent.
Additional education may substitute for required experience and additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Experience building and utilizing a variety of sourcing plans and tools, including proactive phone and internetresearch.
Demonstrated success sourcingactive and passivecandidatesforprofessional positions Creativity,innovation and resourcefulness needed todeveloprecruitmentstrategies.
Ability toresearch,analyze and interpret data.
Strongconsulting and negotiation skills needed to be able to provideappropriatecounsel and advice.
Stronganalytical,critical thinking, problem solving, judgment,conﬂictresolution,negotiating,inﬂuencing and decision-making skills.
Musthaveproﬁciencyworking with the web,databases,Microsoft Oﬃce, job boards, social media, applicanttrackingsystems and electronic mail.
Knowledge of relevantemploymentlaws
Relevantprofessionalcertiﬁcation such as Certiﬁed InternetRecruiter, Certiﬁed StaﬃngProfessional,ProfessionalRecruiterCertiﬁcationand/or PHR preferred.
Classified Title: Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist Working Title: Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist Role/Level/Range: ATP/03/PC Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with experience Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F, 8:30am-5:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus Department name: 10001644-Human Resources Personnel area: University Administration
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