About DreamSpring:

A nonprofit leader in the high-impact fields of community development and microfinance, DreamSpring is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs realize their dreams and fuel increased economic opportunity and mobility through business ownership.  Since 1994, DreamSpring has infused more than $142 million in the growth and success of more than 9,000 small businesses across Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Texas. Learn more at www.DreamSpring.org.

Position Summary:

We’re looking for a People and Culture Coordinator to join our team at our Albuquerque, NM headquarters. DreamSpring is poised for growth over the next 3-5 years and you’ll be integral in helping us find our next great DreamSpring team members that will help us achieve our mission of creating economic and social change through entrepreneurship. This position will join the People and Culture team adding to the positive culture environment. You’ll have the opportunity to flex your recruiting and benefits administrative skills in a high performing, mission-based organization.

What you’ll be doing:

  • You’ll coordinate the flow of candidates through the recruitment process, from scheduling interviews to onboarding;
  • You’ll prepare and process job announcements and advertisements and ensure the appropriate distribution;
  • You’ll administer all phases of employee benefits program and act as a liaison between employees and service providers;
  • You’ll help to create a strategy for increasing the pool of diverse candidates for open positions by building relationships with diverse partner organizations;
  • You’ll coordinate and schedule new employee and intern orientation and training;
  • You’ll manage DreamSpring’s intern program across our region; and
  • You’ll act as a steward of DreamSpring’s award-winning organizational culture and values.

 Skills and Experience:

  • You embody DreamSpring’s brand of warm and exceptional customer service, seek excellence in all you do and demonstrate the highest degree of integrity and professionalism;
  • You have 1-3 years’ experience in human resources, benefits administration, recruiting, candidate sourcing, administration, or a related field;
  • You should be highly organized, and enjoy creating systems to solve problems and improve effectiveness;
  • If you have knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations, that’s a plus;
  • If you have experience with technical recruiting or database management, that’s a plus, too!

DreamSpring offers an excellent total compensation package, including competitive base salary, the opportunity for exciting incentive pay, health and dental coverage, retirement benefits, and generous paid time off.

                                      

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