Company Overview

Consumer Edge is the leading provider of consumer data for some of the largest hedge funds, venture capital and private equity firms, and corporations in the United States and Europe. We arm our clients with actionable consumer, competitive, and market insights that drive better investment and strategic decisions.

Position Summary

The Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist, Technology will play a significant role in supporting the hiring efforts for our rapidly evolving organization, specifically for CE’s Technology and Product business domains. Reporting to the Director, Talent Acquisition, this individual will drive the strategy and execution in recruiting top technical talent. As part of the Talent Acquisition Team and one of the earlier members of a newly established department, you will have the opportunity to closely partner with numerous senior stakeholders in Engineering, Data and Product and serve as a thought leader for effective tech hiring best practices. If you are looking to be a part of a company where you can create profound impact and be instrumental in shaping CE’s hiring efforts and overall growth, this is the role for you!

What You’ll Do:

  • Identify quality technical candidates for our rapidly growing Product, Data, and Engineering teams
  • Create and execute on effective candidate pipeline building strategies for high profile and tough-to-fill Tech roles
  • Own the full life-cycle recruitment process from start to finish, optimizing usage of various recruitment platforms to source talent and proposing different sourcing methods- mitigating Agency usage
  • Build strong relationships with stakeholders and leadership, serving as a partner and advisor on recruitment plans and helping enforce policies
  • Collaborate closely with the TA team and Director, Talent Acquisition on best practices, hiring plan management, pipelining, and process improvements
  • Establish creative employer branding strategies for CE as it pertains to Technology talent and impactfully be able to sell CE and the firm’s story
  • Serve as the subject matter expert with our ATS (Greenhouse) and provide functionality improvement suggestions and technical database support to create efficiency for all users in the organization
  • Support TA for any other ad-hoc or high-priority projects, initiatives and hiring as necessary

What You’ll Have:

  • BA/BS Degree with 4-6 years in full-life cycle technology recruiting for an agency and/or corporate organization (experience in a high growth startup/scale up work environment a plus)
  • Strong collaborative and teaming-oriented mindset; ability to work effectively with internal team and cross-functionally with various stakeholders in understanding hiring needs for the business
  • Knowledge, self-sufficiency, and experience building a pipeline of technical talent and utilizing creative and effective sourcing techniques
  • Comfortable utilizing and training company members on our ATS (Greenhouse)
  • Skilled in using various recruiting databases and technologies, such as LinkedIn Recruiter and other sourcing platforms
  • Experience working in a high-growth organization with multiple competing priorities and being comfortable with ambiguity
  • Top-level innovative & critical thinking, strong written & verbal communication, and project management skills
  • Demonstrate pragmatism when advising business partners on hiring challenges and solutions
  • Results-driven and organized while also being adaptable to ever-changing demands
  • Desire to evolve and grow within the company
  • Excellent listening skills and a high EQ

What We Have:

  • Competitive Salary 
  • Remote work flexibility (option to go into CE’s Midtown Manhattan office)
  • 401k with employer match
  • Flexible vacation and unlimited sick days
  • Paid family leave 
  • An incredible product & powerful data that “wows” clients 
  • Great people: surround yourself with a team of people with a shared vision & focus, drive, a passion for CE’s customers, and camaraderie
  • Career growth opportunities 

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