Identifies, attracts, interviews and recommends placement of candidates for all levels complying with company policy and equal employment opportunity (EEO) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines.
Essential Job Functions
Consults with management on current and future staffing needs for key or high-level professional positions to identify job requirements, potential applicants, and interview guides.
Sources, screens and interviews candidates from both internal and external sources ensuring that recruiting practices comply with EEO and ADA guidelines. Coordinates interview schedule with hiring management. Arranges for travel/lodging of selected applicants at company's expense, as necessary.
Conducts reference and background checks, assists managers in evaluating applicant qualifications and in the selection of the most qualified candidates. Prepares and extends job offer package to successful candidate. In conjunction with management, negotiates package as appropriate. Works with relocation specialist to coordinate package.
Develops applicant flow for key positions. Develops and implements sources for applicants using internet sourcing, employee referral programs, job fairs, trade fairs, etc. Develops relationships with search firms, employment agencies, college placement personnel, etc to facilitate applicant database. Utilizes advertisements in appropriate newspapers, trade journals and other publications to attract candidates for key or high-level positions as needed.
Facilitates the new-hire process including orientation, coordination of physical examinations/drug testing and ensuring the appropriate and timely processing of new-hire paperwork.
Maintains current knowledge of industry employment trends and internal compensation, benefits and personnel practice developments to identify current and/or potential issues that may impact applicant availability.
Maintains appropriate records and statistics and prepares reports as necessary.
Provides leadership and work guidance to less experienced personnel.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
Bachelor's degree in business administration, human resources, industrial relations, liberal arts or related field preferred
Nine or more years of recruiting/employment experience
Experience working with recruiting techniques and employment policies and procedures, including EEO and ADA regulations
Experience working with human resources principles, practices and procedures
Experience working with desktop tools, applications, and other resources that support the requirements of the position
Experience working with human resources laws and regulations
Strong communication and presentation skills
Strong interpersonal skills for interacting with management and employees on employment issues
Strong interviewing skills for establishing rapport with candidate and gathering information for hiring decisions
Strong interpersonal skills for establishing and maintaining rapport with referral sources and surrounding community
Strong comprehension skills for understanding needs and concerns and developing and applying solutions
Strong organization and time management skills
Strong ability to prioritize and meet deadlines
Good ability to maintain high level of confidentiality regarding employee information
Good ability to work independently and as part of a team
Good ability to understand and apply federal, state and local changes to and/or new regulations/laws pertaining to human resources