Who We Are

Humane is a team of proven industry experts who have invented, built, and shipped category-defining hardware and software products to billions of people across the globe. We're known for building the audacious, ambitious, and the impossible, and we're doing it again. Our vision for the next shift between humans and computing requires innovation across multiple emerging technologies in hardware and software, from devices to cloud services.

About The Role

The Talent Engagement Team at Humane develops and executes the company’s organizational design and recruiting strategies. We are looking for a Senior Talent Engagement Partner to work with our Software Team to identify and hire best-in-class talent. You will play an integral role in building our rapidly growing Software organization while having  the opportunity to contribute to building a Talent organization from the ground up.

What You Might Do

  • Partner with Org Leaders and hiring managers to determine hiring needs
  • Build and execute strategies to identity and engage with diverse pipelines of candidates
  • Share ideas and collaborate cross-functionally across the Talent team
  • Provide guidance and mentorship to junior team members
  • Develop and nurture long-term relationships with passive candidates for future openings
  • Help develop new processes and procedures to support the scaling of the Talent Team

Essential Qualifications

  • 5+ years of recruiting experience
  • 2+ years of in-house recruiting experience

Preferred Skills

  • Experience sourcing and closing candidates in a highly competitive marketplace
  • Experience working in a fast-paced environment
  • Passion for providing an excellent candidate experience
  • Strong organization and time management skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

Why Humane?

  • Develop cutting edge technologies in a creative and innovative environment
  • Imagine new opportunities in areas that matter and will impact the world you live in
  • Be a part of a high performing team of the world’s best innovators and executors
  • Flexible work arrangements to support you in working in the way that you work best
  • Our values: trust truth +joy

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