Healthcare is complicated. But it doesn't have to be. Alto's mission is to fulfill medicine's true purpose—to improve the quality of life for everyone who needs it. We are a modern pharmacy changing the way people manage and fill their prescriptions with a patient-centric, technology-driven online pharmacy. Alto provides same-day, free delivery, seven days a week for prescriptions. More importantly, we offer cost transparency, personalized mobile support, and real-time coordination with doctors and insurance companies. 

Getting medicine to everyone who needs it involves a dizzying number of moving parts. We aim to make every aspect of that experience as safe, seamless, and delightful as humanly possible. That's why we're committed to fixing a broken pharmacy industry and enhancing the quality of life for others.

We recently raised our Series C, surpassed 200 employees across four locations, and are on track to achieve $1B ARR by the end of 2020. Our journey is just beginning, and we welcome you to join us in building a better pharmacy experience for all who need it, everywhere.

One of the many exciting challenges we're tackling is rapidly growing our team across multiple disciplines and geographies. We're strengthening our Talent Acquisition team by hiring a talented technical sourcer to help us drive growth on our Product teams. 

Within your 1st month, you will shadow our Pharmacy Operations, Patient Care, Fulfillment, Engineering/Product and People Teams to understand Alto from every perspective. You will also closely partner with the wider TA team to learn the ins-and-outs of our recruiting process, shadow candidate interviews and debriefs, and champion Alto's candidate journey. By your 2nd month, you will fully ramped on sourcing for roles on our Engineering, Design and Product Management teams. By your 3rd month, you'll have sourced multiple hires, contribute to best practices on the TA team, and help Alto continue our rapid growth!

Other duties will include partnering with recruiters and hiring managers to craft the sourcing strategy for growing our R&D teams. You will grow diverse and inclusive teams and be extremely passionate about candidate experience.

Advance your career as you:

  • Help us grow our technical team by 3x in the next 6 - 9 months
  • Partner with Engineering and Design leaders to understand their open roles, set hiring priorities, and develop a sourcing strategy.
  • Build and engage pipeline of skilled talent through creative sourcing efforts
  • Advise leaders on candidate trends and provide insight regarding Alto's position as an attractive employer
  • Partner with our recruiting coordinators, hiring managers and hiring teams to deliver an exceptional candidate experience

We're looking for you to have: 

  • 1+ years of experience sourcing
  • A keen desire to experiment on the best ways to connect with passive job seekers
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills. 
  • Experience managing multiple workstreams within an ATS

It would be even better if you have:

  • Agency and/or startup experience within the tech or digital health
  • A demonstrable passion for building an inclusive and representative workplace that mirrors our equally inclusive and diverse customer base

Want to learn more about Alto? Check out our blog here: https://blog.alto.com

Alto Pharmacy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected basis.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. We are an E-Verify company.

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