A Recruiting Coordinator provides administrative support to execute the recruiting strategy, as well as various customer-service aspects of the recruiting process. The coordinator will support recruiters by coordinating and managing candidate interviews, and helping candidates and recruiting personnel with other aspects of the recruiting process. The coordinator will be expected to work independently on various customer-service aspects of the recruiting process.
Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Utilize the Applicant Tracking System in order to schedule interviews, track feedback and report on candidates
Help hire and build relationships with candidates
Plan and coordinate office visits, including resolving on-site logistical issues (e.g., last-minute cancellations, rescheduling, finding interview rooms)
Work with hiring managers / departments, to provide status updates on candidates
Make process recommendations to enhance & improve the recruiting process
Maintain professional knowledge and experience. Build functional and/or technical knowledge and skills necessary and keep up-to-date with recruiting developments
Build relationships with client teams and raise issues to other senior members of the recruiting team to help develop and drive strategy
Work with recruiters and groups to maintain relationships and make necessary adjustments to direction as appropriate
Collect and process information
Identify issues and escalate as appropriate
Contribute knowledge and promote a knowledge-sharing culture
Performs special projects as assigned
Ability to work in a fast-paced setting and adapt to changing demands
Ability to multitask while maintaining attention to detail
Ability to prioritize and juggle multiple tasks
Ability to work in a team setting and be a team player
Experience working with various Applicant Tracking Systems a plus
Experience working with Google products a plus
All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.