Achieves staffing objectives and goals by recruiting and evaluating job candidates for various positions in ABA mental health; advising managers; evaluating ongoing needs; recruitment for 4 regions.
Essential Job Functions:
Establishes recruiting requirements by studying organization plans and objectives; meeting with managers, scheduling and assessment department to discuss needs.
Builds applicant sources by researching and contacting community services, colleges, employment agencies, and job fairs; providing organization information, opportunities, and benefits; making presentations; maintaining rapport.
Manage and post positions to appropriate Internet sources.
Managing applicant tracking system using an HRIS system.
Improve the company website recruiting page to assist in recruiting; research new ways of using the Internet for recruitment.
Evaluates applicants by discussing job requirements and applicant qualifications with managers.
Conducts prescreen interviews daily.
Schedules interviews, sends interview confirmation email to candidate, greets candidates, and provides required documents to complete upon arrival.
Assists in performing reference and background checks for potential employees.
Able to meet and maintain monthly goals in onboarding new hires of all positions
Communicate regularly with Regional Directors and Scheduling department about capacity needs.
Communicates regularly with Onboarding Specialist on candidates moving forward with employment.
Positions Supervised (Direct Reports):
Minimum Education or Training Equivalent to:
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year university.
Experience working in a customer service role.
This is often a sedentary role, however it does require the ability to lift files, open file cabinets, and bend or stand as necessary as well as drive a vehicle.
This positon may travel to other satellite offices as well as recruiting at college campuses and/or job fairs. Maintaining a good driving record is required.
Constant visual stimulation, including close vision, distance vision, reading, computer work (up to 100%).
Constant sitting; frequent up and down out of chair (up to 90%).
Constant use of telephone, speaking, listening (up to 70%).
Constant document handling, use of copier and fax machine, filing (up to 70%).
Frequent typing, use of computer (up to 60%).
Occasional walking around building (up to 20%).
Occasional bending, reaching, stooping, pulling (up to 20%).
Occasional lifting, carrying, moving of items up to 20 pounds (up to 10%).
Occasional walking to, bending to enter, sitting and using upper and lower limbs to drive car (up to 5%).