Ambulnz is a fast growing startup on a mission to transform the medical transportation industry with technology. We are bringing innovation to a stagnant industry and are looking for a compassionate Recruiting Coordinator to join us on our mission to improve patient care.

You must be able to work autonomously with little or no supervision and be excited about the idea of being hands on and learning as you go. This is an amazing opportunity to work with a fast-growing NYC tech startup and to be a part of an innovative, fast paced culture.

As the Recruiting Coordinator you will:

  • Source candidates, screen resumes, and schedule and perform in-person and phone interviews with candidates.
  • Write and post ads, and utilize social media sourcing methods for recruitment, interviewing scheduling and performing reference checks.
  • Participate in regular team meetings to determine recruitment strategies and provide updates
  • Assist with on-boarding process and ensure positive interview and new-hire experience for all candidates.

You are the ideal candidate if you have:

  • At least 1 year of high-volume full-cycle recruiting experience.
  • Experience working in a small business environment with limited resources
  • Strong communication skills, energetic personality, and the ability to be self-reliant and super-resourceful
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability and availability to travel occasionally if needed

About You:

  • You have a strong gut instinct about people.
  • You're curious, insightful, and perceptive.
  • You're craving more challenges, more responsibility, and more ownership.
  • You're confident in your recruiting skills and have a solid track record of recruiting success.

About the Team:

  • We hold ourselves to high standards for the candidate experience
  • We are dedicated to providing fast, thoughtful, and high-touch interactions with every candidate, during every stage of the process
  • We value a friendly, considerate, and value-driven communication style
  • We strive for incredible attention to detail, empathy, and fast turnaround times
  • We celebrate wins and learn from losses
  • We love what we do and have a ton of fun doing it

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