At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity.

Carta is looking for a Technical Sourcer to join our growing recruiting team!
 
Partnering closely with internal stakeholders, your role is essential to creating an excellent candidate experience, by helping Carta identify, attract, and eventually scale our amazing engineering and product teams.

Responsibilities 

  • Develop and execute sourcing strategies to build a robust candidate pipeline of Product and Engineering talent
  • Identify talent by using various sourcing techniques (i.e. Boolean search, LinkedIn Recruiter, Github, etc.)
  • Report pipeline and candidate activity to various stakeholders
  • Maintain a pipeline of leads and identify future opportunities that could align with the candidate’s interests and business needs
  • Partner with our Talent team and Hiring Partners to gain a deep, holistic understanding of our business and assigned roles
  • Continuously innovate our hiring approach and processes through creative non traditional channels (i.e. Networking, Referrals, Events, etc.)

Qualifications

  • Have at least one year of experience in a recruiting-focused role
  • Someone with strong intellectual curiosity, who cares about the “how” and “why” at a deeper level
  • An appetite to keep up and stay current with market trends
  • Organized, with a keen attention to detail
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Metrics driven- you utilize data to help drive your decisions
  • Adaptable, resourceful, and resilient- with a bias to action!

Carta is a Series E company and is backed by top-tier VCs like Andreessen Horowitz, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Meritech Capital, and more.

We are an equal opportunity employer. As a company, we value fairness, helpfulness, transparency, leadership and build our teams around these values. Check out our careers page to get to know us better as you think about your next step at Carta.

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