As Box continues to push the limits of what's possible in the enterprise content management world, we are on a mission to hire the best Executive Engineering talent the world has to offer. To achieve this business-critical goal, we are hiring an Executive Recruiting Sourer to continue raising the bar on what top of class executive engineering hiring looks like. We care deeply about amazing candidate experience, building genuine connections, and finding engineering executives great roles that allow them to move the needle for the company and enable the development of others. 
Executive Recruiting is a small, close-knit team rooted in an agile and hard-working mindset. We operate in a fast-paced environment, where each member displays considerable ownership so that his/her impact can be felt throughout the team and the broader organization.  This position reports the Director of Executive Recruiting and serves as a key member of her team.  
Finding the best executive engineering talent is as challenging as ever. Senior engineering leaders are highly paid, are very happy with their current role, or have found stability. So the opportunity for impact is real. In order to develop the best products for our customers, We are hiring an Executive Recruiting Sourcer who can hit the ground running by prioritizing difficult searches, learning the talent ecosystems, and building meaningful relationships with hiring managers and candidates. The primary responsibilities will be generating hires by developing and managing a strong, consistent pipeline of impressive leadership talent as well as qualifying candidates over the phone and preparing them for our interview process.  Additionally, the Executive Recruiting Sourcer will be expected to bring fresh and creative approaches to sourcing and to collaborate with team members on improving our processes.
As a leader in cloud content management, Box is growing at an amazingly rapid pace. We need incredible Executive Engineering Leadership to enable our organizations to scale our services and innovate our products to continue to wow our customers and help us reach our goal of $1 Billion in revenue. Executives in the Valley are very happy and rarely want to be found, but they need to be found in order for us to scale this organization. That's where we need you.
Recruiting here is unlike anywhere else. You will have the rare opportunity to cultivate Box's recruiting culture for years to come. We celebrate each other's wins and encourage collaboration that brings out the best in every individual. You will get to experience a level of ownership from partnering with our Co-Founder & Head of Engineering among other engineering leaders and building new recruiting strategies that is tough to match.
  • You have 3+ years of executive recruiting experience, from a reputable executive search firm or an in-house role with a passion and emphasis on sourcing.
  • You love talking about technology and can identify which Executives are still "technical" 
  • You understand the current technology landscape and how to translate this into finding engineering executives who have a proven track record.
  • You take a data driven approach to tracking recruiting pipeline.
  • You are well versed with Applicant Tracking Systems (we use Greenhouse).
  • You enjoy teaching others and leading initiatives for training and development.
  • You are a great communicator whether its messaging passive talent or setting clear expectations with hiring managers.
  • You care about your candidates and are willing to go above and beyond to make sure their experience is a delightful one.
  • You are incredible at multitasking and can juggle various recruiting priorities and working with multiple hiring managers.
  • You are excellent at networking and love to meet with candidates in person to foster a growing relationship 
  • You have a team first attitude and value working collaboratively.
  • You are available to work from HQ in Redwood City.

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