About Comfy

Founded in 2012, Comfy is a Siemens-owned business on a mission to connect employees to the people, places, and things they need to do their best work. Our SaaS platform combines building intelligence, space analytics, and a consumer-grade mobile app technology to improve the workplace experience for Fortune 500 companies around the globe. Headquartered in Oakland, California, our fast-growing team balances the dynamic energy of a small company with the backing of a global powerhouse.

About the Role

We’re looking for a Senior Recruiter to lead out recruiting efforts here at Comfy. You’ll be managing our recruitment processes from finding the start to close. You’ll be partnering and advising our people managers on recruitment best practices and the candidate marketplace as it stands today. You’ll be responsible for a variety of roles from tech to non-technical and ensure that all candidates have an enjoyable experience getting to know more about Comfy. You’ll help to develop our Employer Brand, making sure that we are accurately reflecting Comfy’s values and vision out to the candidate marketplace. 

Specifically, you will:

  • Manage the end to end recruitment process for all of Comfy’s open role
  • Actively source and build out candidate pipeline
  • Develop and enhance Comfy’s Employer Brand 
  • Act as the point of contact for all Comfy applicants, including interview scheduling
  • Partner with Managers to develop effective and efficient interviewing processes
  • Ensure Comfy’s interview practices are inclusive to all types of candidates

About You

  • . 7+ years of recruiting experience (at least 4 years of in house experience)
  • Experience sourcing for both technical and non-technical roles 
  • Experience designing interview cadences and training employees on interviewing best practices
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills 
  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal 

 

Our Promise to You

We believe your work is an extension of yourself. At Comfy, we hire many sorts of selves and that’s what makes us exceptional. We value diversity of thought, always asking tough questions, committing to solutions—and we do that best when we have and nurture every point of view.  We value you, and we want to hear you, learn from you, and move forward together.

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