Who are we: 

From small local businesses to large multinational corporations, when manufacturers use Paperless Parts, they free up valuable time to focus on what is truly important to them. Our customers spend more time with their families, expand their businesses, invest in sustainable practices, and grow as a result of new opportunities. We’re a passionate team that believes manufacturing is a vital component of our everyday lives and the backbone of our economy. We’re dedicated to providing this invaluable industry with a cloud-native platform that empowers the next generation of manufacturers to join the digital age. From life-saving medical devices to critical components that unlock new depths of outer space, our customers produce parts that go into some of the world’s coolest and most impactful products. Without manufacturing, many new ideas never become a reality. It is our mission to enable manufacturers with the technology they need to drive innovation – and our world – forward.

Paperless Parts is a team of motivated and hardworking creators and doers. If you’re looking to have a direct impact on a fast-scaling company that is revolutionizing an entire industry, read on and apply!     

Due to the nature of our business and interaction with external clients, Paperless Parts has a COVID-19 vaccination mandate. (Unvaccinated persons may request medical or religious accommodations on a case-by-case basis). 

Your purpose: 

Reporting to the VP, People Strategy & Operations, as a Sourcer, you will be responsible for leveraging various recruitment platforms (i.e. LinkedIn) to help identify and connect with qualified candidates 

As a fast-growing startup, a Sourcer is key in finding top talent for various roles, from entry-level to experienced.  The Sourcers will partner with hiring managers to understand the qualifications of various roles and then track down qualified candidates and reach out, with the goal of building a strong talent pipeline, filling vacancies, and supporting future hiring needs. Sourcers may focus on technical roles or non-technical roles.

These could be part-time or full-time roles. 

Who you are:

You like a puzzle, a good hunt, and can find diamonds in the rough. You see filling vacancies as a personal challenge that you'd like to win but only with top talent. You know how to search on LinkedIn like a detective and are able to connect with folks in a respectable but enticing manner. 

This position requires activities subject to US Export Control Laws and requires US Citizenship or Green Card Holder.    

Responsibilities:

  • Partner with Hiring Managers and Recruiters to understand the needs and qualifications of specific roles
  • Leverage LinkedIn (and any other platforms) to identify and reach out to qualified candidates by sharing the opportunities at our company
  • Perform initial screening for the role or partner with the recruiters to schedule screen 
  • Collect metrics around the pipeline that can be shared with the VP of People. 
  • data-driven recruitment processes and procedures that allow the organization to optimize every stage of the hiring process and candidate experience
  • Grow and strengthen the talent pipeline
  • As part of the Paperless Parts team, further, the company-wide DEI & social impact initiates 
  • Travel to job shops as need, COVID-19 vaccination required

Knowledge, Skill, & Ability:

  • 2+ years experience in the recruiting/talent acquisitions field
  • Prior experience sourcing, preferred
  • Familiarity with Applicant Tracking Systems
  • Experience recruiting roles in engineering or sales preferred

Paperless Parts life:

Paperless Parts is an exciting Boston-based Series B SaaS company that has created the leading cloud-native software platform for manufacturers. 

Team: You will be joining a highly driven and collaborative team dedicated to empowering the next generation of manufacturers to join the digital age.

Culture: At Paperless Parts, we value intentionality, persistence and relationships. We live and breathe these values every day. As a fast-growing company, we’re continually improving what we’ve built while still building from the ground up. This creates a fast-paced environment where we work hard and celebrate our wins. 

Boston Office: Our office is full of energy; people regularly collaborate to solve complex problems. We recognize that people work well in different environments and have intentionally designed our office to provide collaborative spaces and quiet focus areas. We operate on a hot desk system which is when employees can grab any available desk on a first-come, first-serve basis. We have the top floor of a renovated brick and beam building where you will always be greeted by our friendly office dog, Bella, and have access to snacks, a rotating selection of beer on tap, and regularly catered meals. Our height-adjustable desks are set up with additional monitors, and employees are provided with the latest Apple technology to support productivity. Because we value the safety of our team, all employees and guests must be fully vaccinated to enter our office.

Boston Location: Our headquarters is located in the bustling West End neighborhood of Boston, MA, and across the street from the new Hub Hall at TD Garden and North Station for easy access to most transit routes (Orange/Green Line and Commuter Rail) or a 6-minute walk from the Blue Line. Secure bike storage is available. 

Encinitas Office: Our California office is our newest office which seats about 15 hardworking BDRs and Account Executives individuals. The office has an open floor plan with several conference rooms to encourage collaboration with your colleagues in California and TV's to connect with those sitting in Boston or remotely. The office comes stocked with snacks, coffee and regularly catered meals. The office is walking distance from Downtown Encinitas, the Coaster train stop, and tons of restaurants, bars, and activities on the 101. 

Benefits: We value you and your family. With this in mind, full-time employees are provided: 

  • 100% coverage of health, dental, and vision for you and your dependents
  • Competitive pay and equity 
  • Unlimited PTO 
  • 13+ paid holidays
  • Work from home flexibility
  • Company-sponsored wellness stipend/free gym membership
  • Company-sponsored life, disability, and voluntary life insurance 
  • Pre-tax Commuter and FSA/Dependent Care FSA 
  • 401(k) plan
  • Employee recognition program

Paperless Parts is an Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status

 

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