Location: Work From Your Home on a Remote-First Team at a Hybrid Remote Company

As a Recruiting Coordinator at Files.com, you'll help streamline recruiting at Files.com by reviewing resumes, keeping up with candidates, and ensuring that all applicants get treated excellently.

World Class Pay and Benefits

Earn a "Bay Area" Salary from Anywhere. Our pay is competitive with the top software companies in the world, with generous base salary plus equity compensation.

Big Company Benefits: You'll get full 🏥 Health/Dental/Vision Insurance coverage (plus 75% of Spouse/Family coverage too), 💰 401(k) with generous matching, 🎄 11 Company Holidays per year, and 🏖 20 PTO/Vacation days.

Brand New Laptop and $1,000: Upon signing, we'll send you a brand new 💻 Apple laptop as well as $1,000 to outfit the rest of your home office with things like a monitor, webcam, keyboard, and mouse.

Tight-Knit Fun-Loving Team: You will be joining a fun-loving team that works together very closely, despite the remote work environment.

100% Remote Opportunity

The Files.com Personnel team is 100% remote. However, we travel for regular in-person meetings with the team and the entire company to meet and work together face to face. These meetings are in cities around the US, including Scottsdale, Austin, Orlando, New Orleans, San Diego, Las Vegas, and New York City.

In-person events combine work and fun and are designed to make up for the in-person interaction that occurs in an office job.

We are very excited that COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted and we have fully resumed company travel. 🎉

In this role, you will be:

  • Helping improve operational efficiency across our interview and hiring process
  • Reading resumes, conducting prescreens, arranging interviews
  • Quarterbacking the recruiting process with candidates and serving as a friendly face of the company
  • Supporting our diversity initiatives and helping Files.com attract candidates with diverse backgrounds
  • Employer Branding initiatives (Optional)

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