About Us:

Capsule is rebuilding the $425 billion pharmacy industry from the inside out with an emotionally resonant brand and technology that enables customized outcomes for doctors, hospitals, insurers, and manufacturers. Our team makes the same promise to each other as the one we’ve made to our customers, doctors, and partners: everybody needs some looking after sometimes. We’ll never lose sight of the fact that behind all of the complexity of healthcare we’re just people looking after other people. Capsule has raised $70 million from Thrive Capital, Glade Brook Capital, and The Virgin Group.

About the role:
 
As a Technical Recruiter at Capsule, you will help drive the talent acquisition strategy for our fast growing Engineering and Product teams. You will partner with hiring managers to understand and anticipate their team’s hiring needs, develop sourcing strategies, and build a robust pipeline of engineers and product professionals to fill technical positions.
 
Some of the things you’ll work on:
  • Manage full-cycle recruiting process, sourcing and building relationships with candidates, creating positive interview experiences, and managing the offer process
  • Understand the tech market and come up with creative ways to engage with A+ technical talent
  • Develop creative recruiting strategies and proactively build a robust pipeline of diverse technical talent through research, social media, cold calls, referral generation, events, and sourcing campaigns to accomplish hiring goals
  • Be a strategic partner to engineering and product leaders by providing compensation advice, market insights, and develop strategies to improve offer acceptance rates 
  • Maintain data integrity practices and provide insights to business leaders in order to elevate and improve recruiting process and strategies

About You:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • 1-3 years of technical recruiting experience experience with an in-house recruiting team or an agency/search firm
  • Proven success recruiting for engineering and product teams
  • Strong organizational skills to effectively manage a high volume of reqs and candidates
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to persuade and advise hiring managers on recruiting best practices
  • Experience using recruiting metrics to identify problems, provide insights, and drive decisions
  • Well-versed in recruiting practices and tools (Greenhouse, LinkedIn Recruiter, G Suite, etc.)
  • Passionate about healthcare and our mission to improve the pharmacy experience
 

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