For the past 25 years, we’ve been doing work that matters. We’re a digital agency that leverages technology to extend the influence of our mission-driven clients. Every day, our team of more than 100 digital strategists, architects, designers, and creators help leading nonprofit organizations and government agencies across the country make an impact. But this team still needs you! This is your opportunity to join the company helping those doing good in the world - do more, reach more, and achieve more. 

Forum One is looking for a Recruiter to join our Staff Satisfaction Team.  We partner with leaders and teams who drive or support Forum One’s business priorities. The people we hire, from early career emerging talent to experts in their fields make a difference. Recruiters relish the responsibility this brings and thrive in a culture that places a premium on excellence, fulfillment and fun.

We are trusted advisors to our partners and develop hiring strategies that attract, assess and select great talent. With drive, motivation and passion, we seek to deliver an incredible client and candidate experience and always focus on helping Forum One achieve its business goals. 

What you’ll do:

  • Recruit a diverse team of  top talent and achieve quarterly hiring goals.
  • Actively pursue candidates via LinkedIn, third-party job boards and industry-specific organizations. 
  • Provide an efficient and high-touch experience for every candidate from application stage to offer, evaluating skill level, driving the interview process and offer process, including reference checks, salary recommendations and closing of candidates, via the Greenhouse Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
  • Negotiate complex offers to close candidates by leveraging your experience with competing for top marketing and communications talent.
  • Communicate effectively with the interview team to ensure preparedness during the interview process. Share and exchange information with all levels of management.

What you bring to the table: 

  • 5+ years of full life-cycle recruiting in an agency or government environment 
  • Experience with Recruiting ATS systems
  • Experience with owning and driving a hiring strategy that attracts a diverse pool of candidates
  • BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience

What would be nice:

  • Greenhouse ATS experience
  • Ability to handle customer relationship management, provide strong customer consultative skills and work in a large-team environment. Ability to partner closely with hiring managers, partners and all stakeholders.
  • SHRM CP Certification
  • Diversity & Inclusion Certification
  • AIRS Certification 

 Why you’ll love it here:

  • Competitive Salary & Employee Ownership Plan
  • 401(k) match, Commuter benefits & flexible spending accounts  
  • 15 Vacation days to start  in addition to Sick Leave & Floating Holidays
  • Flexible work hours
  • Paid parental leave
  • Company-provided laptops
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Tuition reimbursement

What we value:

  • We’re passionate about our work - our clients’ missions matter, and we apply our passion in support of clients who are addressing the most critical global issues.
  • We’re great partners - we’re collaborative, approachable, creative, inclusive, and reliable.
  • We’re continuous learners - we are always expanding, refining, and improving our craft, value, and impact—as individuals and as a team.
  • We’re inquisitive problem solvers - we’re dedicated to finding the right solution, which requires actively engaging varied perspectives, and approaching our work with flexibility, humility,  and open minds.
  • We get things done - we are thoughtful and thorough, but we don’t waste time or hesitate to tackle problems head on.
  • We do the right thing - we make decisions for Forum One and our clients with the highest integrity, respect, fairness, and honesty. 

 

Forum One provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

 

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