Who We Are
With files scattered across different sharing tools, document management systems and storage infrastructure, enterprises face an impossible challenge keeping data secure, processes compliant and teams on the same page. That's where Box comes in. With Box, you get a single place to manage, secure, share and govern all of the content for your internal and external collaboration and processes.  And it connects to all your apps. That's why 80,000 customers and 69% of the Fortune 500 rely on Box to meet the demands of the digital age. 
 
The Role
As a Recruiting Manager, Talent Sourcing, you will lead a team of 5-7 Talent Sourcers and Recruiting Generalists responsible for building candidate pipeline across critical Go-To-Market and G&A roles. You will also be tasked with implementing innovative sourcing strategies and programs aimed at attracting passive prospects. You should have a knack for telling a story with data and partnering closely with hiring teams to grow and cultivate talent networks across the US. 
 
Ideally this role will split time between our SF and Redwood City offices.
 
The Outcomes
You will...
  • Focus on leading talent sourcing strategy - everything from goal setting and resourcing to running innovative sourcing programs that enable us to hit our hiring targets
  • Develop and coach your team, providing opportunities for growth
  • Partner closely with recruiting and sales leadership to ensure we have sourcing support and coverage on business critical roles
  • Ensure the team is properly resourced to hit our hiring targets
  • Regularly report out on progress, flag hot spots, and work through creative solutions with the team
 
Your Qualifications
What you need to be successful...
  • 5+ years of experience recruiting, with at least 2 years leading a team
  • Track record of success in finding, engaging, and hiring top talent through innovative sourcing strategies 
  • Command of metrics including: pipeline data, pass through rates, hiring forecast, and recruiting capacity
  • High aptitude for coaching, mentoring, and developing talent
  • Strong collaboration skills with the ability to influence at all levels of the organization
  • A deep understanding of sourcing technology, market trends, and talent strategy
  • Excellent communication, organizational, and presentation skills

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