Our Recruiting Manager will oversee all of Blue Star Sports’ recruiting initiatives and manage a small team of recruiters. You will be instrumental in attracting and recruiting top talent for our rapidly expanding company headquartered in Frisco, TX. You will be a hands-on manager, performing full-cycle recruiting and working closely with our hiring managers and executive team to source and close candidates who are a great fit for our company and our culture. In addition, you will be responsible for coaching, developing, and leading a team; tracking, reporting, and presenting KPIs to the leadership team; and continually identifying and implementing best practices. The ideal candidate will be a motivated self-starter who is goal-oriented and results-driven, has a high level of integrity, and is excited to be a part of our dynamic environment.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lead and manage a team a recruiters including hiring, training, coaching, mentoring, and performance management
  • Create and maintain detailed recruiting pipeline metrics and results.  Optimize time to hire metrics
  • Responsible for managing full life cycle of recruiting, for both technical and professional roles, including sourcing, screening, assessing, interviewing, evaluating, and closing candidates
  • Work with HR and hiring managers to develop job descriptions and job specs
  • Partner with executive leadership on recruiting strategy for their organizations
  • Post job specs in applicant tracking system (ATS) and our careers page, on external job boards, and on college career boards
  • Conduct intake calls with hiring managers, develop and execute sourcing strategies, and provide regular updates on search status
  • Source and recruit candidates through a variety of resources including databases, social media, networking, cold calling, etc.
  • Screen candidates by reviewing resumes, conducting interviews, and administering assessments
  • Be a superuser and administrator of our ATS (Greenhouse) to manage candidates, document and collect recruitment data, and generate reports
  • Represent the company and communicate the employer brand to prospective employees, and consistently provide a high level of customer service
  • Participate in college recruiting including on-campus career fairs and attend networking events
  • Other projects and responsibilities related to the Recruiting department

 

 Qualifications & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business, or another field
  • 6+ years of total recruiting experience with at least 2 years in corporate recruiting
  • 2+ years of management experience
  • Demonstrated ability to lead a team
  • Strong communication, presentation, decision making, time management, organizational, and problem solving skills
  • Proficiency with GSuite and/or Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Adept with using applicant tracking systems; experience with Greenhouse ATS preferred
  • Knowledge of HR and recruitment best practices, as well as EEO and ADA regulations 
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