BetterWorks is looking for an experienced Recruiter to join our People team. As a full cycle recruiter you will be instrumental in supporting the organization by acting as a partner and leader in the recruitment of top talent for our organization. You will work with our executive/business leadership, HR and our external recruiting partners to drive recruitment standards and strategies and close top talent. 

Primary responsibilities:

  • Support hiring across all disciplines, with special emphasis on Go-To-Market, Product, and Engineering functions..
  • Build a candidate experience that reflects the values of betterworks and ensure all candidates are treated with respect and care throughout the recruiting cycle.
  • Promote career opportunities at betterworks in an effort to attract candidate pipelines for immediate openings and/or and evergreen, core skill sets.
  • Enthusiastically network, source, and manage candidates through the full recruiting cycle from initial contact, all stages of the interview process to offer acceptance.
  • Develop solid relationships with candidates; at all stages of the recruiting process.
  • Provide excellent client service, including weekly recruitment status updates.
  • Track and report on key recruiting metrics.
  • Serve as a partner to help devise strategies which ensure betterworks is attracting and building quality and diverse talent pipelines.
  • Be responsible for the closing process which requires skills in active listening, negotiation, follow through and creativity.
  • Partner and serve as an adviser to the business with regards to recruiting standards to include sourcing strategy, skills assessment and decision-making.
  • Prioritize recruiting needs and ensure both quality candidate flow and quality produced is positioned to meet business’ immediate and long term needs.

Position Requirements

  • Dynamic Recruiting professional with 5-8 years of cross functional recruiting experience with growth stage start-ups and/or technology companies, with at least 2 of those years focused on technical recruitment.
  • Understanding of legal compliance and related HR laws as it pertains to hiring
  • Strong sourcing skills with a successful track record of implementing creative and effective strategies for sourcing passive candidates.
  • Demonstrated expertise in advanced sourcing techniques using social media, direct recruiting and other advanced recruiting strategies.
  • Experience filling positions in hot talent markets,where only the top talent is accepted.
  • Hands-on highly proficient level of experience with Greenhouse ATS, and Google calendar required.
  • Successful background in scheduling candidates, across multiple timezones and teams.
  • Adaptable and able to lead and navigate through changing business needs.
  • Attention to detail, multi-tasking, and strong follow through required.
  • Excellent written and verbal interpersonal skills are required.

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