Clubhouse is looking for a Technical Recruiter to join one of NYC’s fastest growing startups, backed by some of the best VC firms in the SaaS space. This role requires an experienced, hands-on technical recruitment expert who is excited to roll up their sleeves, to create and own the full life cycle of recruiting, to implement process and to establish Clubhouse’s employer brand. This individual reports to the Head of People and will be responsible for developing and executive a scalable talent acquisition strategy to ensure we hire talented individuals who align with our mission, values and culture.

Clubhouse is a best-in-class project management tool for software engineering and product teams that combines a simple, modern UI with enterprise-grade tools, allowing them to plan and manage their projects effectively, visualize progress across the organization, and define deadlines and milestones based upon data and predictive modeling.

Who we’re looking for:

  • You’ve got 3+ years of technical recruiting and sourcing experience in growth-stage startups, and/or technology companies (bonus points for some experience in a variety of functions, including sales, marketing and operations)
  • You also have a proven track record of success in recruiting; ability to source, manage and close top talent of all levels
  • You are a true talent partner - you’ll manage the full-cycle tech recruiting process from candidate identification through offer, as well as providing insights and setting recruitment standards for all hiring managers and interview teams across the company
  • You’re a partner with a strong ability to build and maintain meaningful relationships with hiring managers, internal stakeholders and candidates
  • You will develop and execute a strategic approach to achieve company-wide staffing goals and track metrics to measure recruiting effectiveness and success

What we offer:

  • Competitive salary & equity
  • Flexible Open Vacation Plan
  • Remote working flexibility
  • Conference Budget
  • Insurance (Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability)
  • Generous Parental Leave (12 weeks)
  • 401k & retirement

Who we are:

What originally started as a Hack Day project has grown into a product that is used by more than 1,000 companies across the globe...and we have big plans to continue our growth. We currently have more than 40 employees worldwide, an HQ in New York City, and we’re backed by some of the best investors in tech.

Clubhouse is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.



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