The HR team works to attract top talent to AccuWeather and to create an environment where team members love to work. With our high ambitions and #1 corporate goal to make employees the heart of our success, we make it possible for AccuWeather to deliver technology changing both industries and lives globally!

The role as Talent and Employer Brand Specialist will focus on the development and execution of an AccuWeather employment branding strategy that will attract top talent through various channels including social media and events. Partnering with our Marketing team, as well as internal networking with all departments, will be key to success.



 Brand Management

  • Develop communication campaigns to drive candidate attraction and engagement, through social media, events, and other channels
  • Be the ambassador for the employer brand and drive the execution in the marketplace.
  • Build candidate pipelines with talent acquisition specialists to ensure a suitable mix of channels (social media, recruiting events, partnerships) are available to attract the best talent
  • Monitor and measure the effectiveness of recruitment marketing campaigns on an ongoing basis to ensure maximum ROI and provide feedback of these results to stakeholders. Build into future strategies and recommendations.
  • Manage stakeholder engagement on AccuWeather branded platforms, influencing the adoption in the market. Promote the employee value proposition and initiate the social activities, platforms and channels to present AccuWeather as employer of choice on a global scale.
  • Understand the talent profiles for the organization and develop a robust recruitment marketing strategy and provide seamless execution.
  • Track record of results based on ability to benchmark and implement effective talent acquisition relationships, systems, processes, tools.
  • Other duties may be assigned



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Human Resources Management Communications or related field.
  • Experience using other social media (LinkedIn, Glassdoor) is preferred.  ATS systems (GreenHouse) preferred.
  • Exceptional written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Can coordinate, prioritize, and solve problems in a fast-paced, complex environment with experience event coordination
  • Ability to take initiative and build strong productive partnerships with stakeholders, candidates, and HR colleagues.
  • Can handle confidential information with discretion
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook

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