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As Virgin Hyperloop continues to grow, attracting top talent is an imperative on our journey to build the world’s first hyperloop and act as a disruptive force in the transportation industry. We need an experienced talent leader who has built best-in-class recruiting teams, focused on high-volume recruiting, employer branding, outreach programs in fast-paced organizations. You'll provide leadership, support, advocacy and vision to a team of recruiters and support staff who provide recruiting support to hiring managers across the organization. You'll also work as a partner within the talent team creating opportunities to enhance both the candidate and employee experience.


  • Manage a team of full life-cycle recruiters: recruiting, screening and recommending placement of employees by using creative sourcing methods (internal and external)
  • Provide direction, coaching, performance feedback, and development strategies to internal team  
  • Collaborate with Business Partners in developing workforce plans identifying current and future talent capabilities based on business strategy
  • Develop effective partnerships and ensure alignment between Recruiters, Business Partners and hiring teams 
  • Use data to proactively anticipate talent requirements, facilitate effective conversations and solutions with key stakeholders, and provide analytical insight into reports for Talent and Senior Leadership team on recruiting efforts
  • Distribute team workload to get the best hiring results and to achieve company hiring goals
  • Ensure recruiting processes are efficient and creates new processes as needed.  
  • Research, test, and implement new recruiting tools, including both traditional and nontraditional resources to help the team identify and attract diverse quality candidates
  • Oversee employer branding programs efforts (internal and external) to ensure high visibility with potential candidates.  
  • Develop and manage contingent labor hiring strategy and process


  • Experience managing, developing, and coaching recruiting teams for technical roles in fast-paced organizations
  • Proven prior success developing and implementing effective strategies to recruit a variety of roles in diverse markets and fields. 
  • Demonstrated strong leadership and talent management capabilities
  • Experience developing and implementing outreach and external partnerships, diversity recruiting, executive search, workforce planning, and employer brand
  • Successful track record of sourcing passive candidates and filling senior-level positions
  • Experience with high-volume recruiting strategies and practices
  • Proven experience optimizing applicant tracking system (ATS) capabilities (Greenhouse preferred)
  • Possesses the following critical skills; leadership, business acumen, consultation, coaching and feedback, process mapping, and relationship management
  • Master communicator who can adjust content and tone for different audiences


  • Bachelor’s degree 
  • Experience recruiting for engineering, non-technical roles, and executive level positions   
  • Global recruiting experience to support our future growth 
  • Experience building internship, diversity, and campus outreach programs 
  • Experience managing staffing and contingent labor agency relationships 


  • Our Benefits: medical (including infertility & mental health), dental, vision, life, FSA, HSA, 401k, and more 
  • Your Wellbeing: flexible work schedules, unlimited PTO, and 16 weeks of paid parental leave
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