CrunchTime! (www.crunchtime.com), the leading enterprise restaurant management platform, is experiencing record sales growth and is seeking new team members across the organization who share our passion for restaurants and technology.  

Back in 1995, when we created the first web-based restaurant back office system, the cloud certainly wasn’t the buzzword it is today. Since then, the world's best brands representing tens of thousands of restaurants have chosen CrunchTime as their integrated back office solution and is now considered the industry gold-standard. 

We're looking for highly motivated Talent Partner to own the full cycle hiring experience from job order intake through new employee onboarding. As the sole recruiter for CrunchTime, this organized, multi-tasking expert will report to the HR Manager and partner with all leadership to understand hiring needs, develop diverse sourcing strategies, pre-screen candidates to assess their qualifications and facilitate the interview, feedback, offer and onboarding processes with a focus on providing a best-in-class experience for candidates and internal stakeholders alike. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Manage the full cycle recruiting process ensuring a smooth and positive candidate experience for all open positions at the company 
  • Partner closely with hiring managers and leaders to hire the best talent across multiple teams, ranging from individual contributors to managers and directors 
  • Creatively and proactively identify creative avenues for sourcing and attracting high-quality talent, including your external network, job boards, and internal referrals  
  • Collaborate with hiring managers to understand their hiring needs and qualify positions 
  • Help to improve our process and provide detailed information regarding the market conditions 
  • Drive the offer process- including extending offers, closing candidates, and facilitating onboarding 
  • Administer the ATS (Greenhouse), HRIS (ADP Workforce Now) and compensation analysis (PayScale) systems  

Skills & Requirements: 

  • 3-5 years of experience in full life cycle technical recruiting 
  • Combination of agency and in-house recruiting experience would ideal 
  • An expert level of knowledge in all full life cycle recruiting components including, but not limited to, sourcing, qualifying, networking, salary trends, relationship management, and due diligence 
  • Experience in hiring for a wide range of positions including sales, marketing, finance, customer support/success, operations, and with a strong focus on highly technical roles 
  • Demonstrated ability to recruit for all levels of an organization with exposure to hiring from mid-level to senior management positions 
  • Proven organizational skills with attention to detail and the ability to prioritize and work well in an environment with competing demands 
  • Patient, communicative, collaborative team player that is detail-oriented and has outstanding interpersonal skills 
  • Strong technical acumen, including ATS and HRIS systems. Greenhouse is highly preferred 
  • Preferred experience in hiring for SaaS companies  

Benefits: 

CrunchTime offers a competitive salary, based on experience, plus access to a progressive benefits program which includes the following: 

  • Health and dental insurance 
  • Vision plan 
  • Disability insurance 
  • Life and AD&D 
  • Flexible Spending Accounts for dependent and medical care
  • Generous Paid Time Off Plan 
  • 401K Plan with employer match 
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 
  • Educational assistance for approved courses 
  • Commuter benefits including parking reimbursement 
  • Generous Employee referral bonus 
  • Weekly catered breakfast and lunch 
  • Monthly Thirsty Thursday 
  • Community volunteer program 

*We are looking for candidates local to Boston and who are authorized to work in the US. 

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