at Brandless

San Francisco

Brandless Overview:

Brandless is reinventing modern consumption by making better stuff at fairer prices available to everyone. We're starting with our everyday essentials collection: better-for-you versions of the things you use all the time, from snacks to soap to spoons. All for just $3. We created and curated products that match your values and requirements, from organic to gluten-free to paraben-free. Plus, with every order placed on, a meal is donated to people facing hunger through Feeding America.

Job Overview:

Joining Brandless as a contract recruiter, you will play a key role in supporting the high growth for Brandless bringing the best in class talent, fitting our values and culture. You will oversee end-to-end recruiting working in partnership with our teams. You’ll drive recruiting conversations and results through our metrics.  You thrive working in a super charged environment with a high degree of ambiguity.  You will get to participate and contribute to recruiting program development.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with hiring leaders to understand hiring needs, define sourcing strategies and drive results throughout the end-to-end recruiting process.
  • Play a critical role in ensuring we hire the best talent.
  • Leverage creative and relevant sourcing strategies to attract qualified candidates; proactively source talent, screen and qualify candidates and build candidate pools of talent for new markets.
  • Be data driven and analytical by defining and aligning to key measures of success for your hiring groups; you will have an eye towards being metrics and results provide regular progress updates to leaders.
  • Leverage our ATS (Greenhouse) to ensure you are employing effective, efficient and results-driven recruiting processes.  
  • Effectively utilize social/digital platforms to build pipelines.
  • Uphold and deliver a consistently unparalleled candidate experience--manage candidate flow and accurately track candidates throughout our process; ensure timely follow up with candidates and seamless coordination of candidates across interview days
  • Partner with hiring teams to extend offers and track offer acceptances and ensure we are hiring to our headcount goals

Key Qualifications

  • 5+ years successfully doing full cycle recruiting. You are a pro at navigating simple and complex recruiting scenarios in a competitive job market; you have experience overseeing the end-to-end recruiting efforts for multiple business groups; you have rich experiences in all facets of recruiting scenarios; you’re an exceptional assessor of talent and you have experience managing all sorts of candidate scenarios
  • Guru level sourcing skills--you have hands-on experience maxi applicant tracking systems (Greenhouse experience a very strong plus), yet you never rely solely on it to generate your candidate flow; you have a thrill of sourcing and you love the hunt and finding the perfect candidate; you’re a wizard at creative sourcing strategies; you have a strong track-record of finding great talent; you have a highly-tuned intuition and judgement when it comes to candidates
  • Proven partnership and relationship skills across the company and external partners.  You’re able to lead change through influence; you work collaboratively and seeks input from others; you lead with a team-player mentality; you have a strong point of view and understand how to bring people along in the journey.

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