Animalz is a content marketing agency that strives to create the best content on the web. We help companies grow by creating high quality, long-form pieces that their audience loves.

We’re a fully remote organization with team members scattered around the world. We have an eclectic team of marketers, scientists, journalists, operations folks, and more.

For this role, we’re looking for an experienced recruiter that can attract, engage, and retain top talent. In this role you’ll use your relationship building and organizational abilities to create and implement recruiting campaigns, provide exceptional support to applicants and hiring managers, and assist the People Ops team with recruiting initiatives to build our world class team.

This role reports to our VP of People Ops, and will work closely with a second full-time Recruiter, a contract sourcer, and the rest of the People Ops team, as well as our Editors and Strategists. The salary range for this role is between $70-85,000 USD yearly (plus benefits as listed below), dependent on experience.

You're a fit for the Senior Recruiter role if:

  • You’re deeply passionate about helping candidates find the job that’s best for them — even if it’s not here
  • You have extensive experience with full-cycle recruiting, from sourcing to interviewing to extending job offers
  • You’re skilled at holding transparent conversations with candidates about salary, benefits, working hours, and other sensitive topics
  • You’re passionate about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), and have experience contributing to a company’s goals or initiatives in this area
  • You’re able to review reports in an ATS and make data-backed recommendations or impactful changes to processes
  • You’re able to work independently and asynchronously from other team members
  • You’re excited by the idea of coaching other team members on interviewing, making offers, or sourcing candidates
  • You either have an active interest in content marketing and want to learn more about this field, or have worked in a content or content-adjacent role in the past
  • You’re able to work EST or CST hours to overlap with our candidates’ needs and other team members’ schedules


  • 3+ years experience in recruiting, preferably in a remote, in-house role
  • 1+ years coaching other recruiters, sourcers, or hiring managers on interviewing, sourcing, or candidate communication
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Proficiency with an ATS (we use Greenhouse, but any experience will do!)
  • Experience sourcing and interviewing creative roles, including writers, marketers, editors, and freelancers
  • Experience writing job ads based on minimal direction from hiring managers or company leadership
  • Experience managing a recruiting budget
  • Knowledge of how to interpret trends in hiring data and make recommendations for improvement
  • A general understanding of content marketing
  • Willingness to work flexible hours (as needed, based on requisition load and candidates’ requested interview time


  • Working closely with hiring managers and company leadership to write new job descriptions, share new roles, interview applicants, and make decisions on which candidates should proceed in the hiring process
  • Working with our Recruiter to coordinate the review of candidate projects, interviews, and offers
  • Creating, executing, and reporting on sourcing campaigns to fill gaps in our hiring pipeline (in collaboration with our Recruiter and contract sourcer)
  • Sharing recruiting best practices across the company, including coaching others on how to interview or grade candidate projects appropriately
  • Finding new ways to continuously improve all recruiting processes, from sourcing to extending offers
  • Tracking and reporting on hiring KPIs on a weekly basis
  • Using data in our ATS, Greenhouse, to understand hiring trends and make recommendations to the VP of People Ops on changes or process improvements
  • Promoting the employer brand to potential candidates via Glassdoor, LinkedIn, and other channels
  • Managing the company’s recruiting and hiring budget, and finding new and diverse locations where jobs or the Animalz brand should be promoted

About our benefits:

  • Work from anywhere you like, as long as you have overlap with EST hours
  • Flexible, asynchronous team member and customer communication
  • For US-based team members: health insurance (80% company paid) plus dental and vision insurance (99% company paid)
  • 20 paid vacation days per year
  • 5 paid floating holidays per year
  • Unlimited sick time
  • Unlimited personal time
  • Paid parental leave
  • Monthly wellness and lunch stipends
  • Learning opportunities like internal workshops, talks, and attending conferences
  • Customized career growth and goals set and tracked monthly

Our stance on diversity:

Animalz recognizes that the best content in the world can't be created without input from a wide variety of perspectives and experiences. As such, we are committed to diversity and equal opportunities for all candidates and employees.

We do not discriminate in candidate screenings, interviews, or employment on the basis of factors including race, ancestry, religion, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, age, parental status, political association, military history, or any other status protected by law.

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