BE PART OF BUILDING THE FUTURE.

Since our founding in 2009, Pure Storage has empowered innovators to build a better world with data. In less than eight years, Pure reached $1B in sales, faster than nearly every enterprise company in history, and our incredible growth continues to outpace the competition.

Our mission? Give technologists their time back by delivering a modern data experience that empowers organizations to run their operations as a true, automated, storage as-a-service model seamlessly across multiple clouds. 

The secret sauce? More than 3,000 team members (and growing!) around the world who join forces to invent the next big thing. And then the next one. 

We’ve only scratched the surface of our ambitions, and as we continue to gobble up market share, we’re blazing trails and setting records: 

  • For seven straight years, Pure has been named a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant (five years in the MQ for Solid-State Arrays, and two in the newly created MQ for Primary Storage).
  • Our customer-first culture and unwavering commitment to innovation have earned us a 2020 Medallia Net Promoter Score, certified by Owen CX, in the top 1% of B2B companies.

If you, like us, say “bring it on” to exciting challenges that change the world, we have endless opportunities where you can make your mark.

SHOULD YOU ACCEPT THIS CHALLENGE...

Our Go-to-Market (GTM) Talent Acquisition team is looking for an early in career sourcer to partner closely with our Recruiters and Hiring Managers. As part of this role, you will develop strategies to find top talent within our Sales organization across the US. We have a highly driven and experienced GTM recruiting team, and we are looking for someone that we can bring in and help grow and develop their sourcing skills to help attract and hire the best and brightest talent. 

  • Focus on Customer Experience and Operations hiring for our US Recruiting organization
  • Weave creative diversity sourcing techniques into every project 
  • Proactively build a strong candidate pipeline for assigned roles
  • Partner with hiring managers and recruiting team to understand hiring needs
  • Maintain a candidate pipeline for difficult and niche positions
  • Partner with members of the HR/Recruiting team to manage efficient sourcing and recruitment processes
  • Assist with passive recruitment, including sourcing, evaluating and qualifying top talent 
  • Identify and leverage alternative creative sourcing methods
  • Ensure a high touch candidate experience 
  • Advise managers on building an efficient pipeline to reach hiring targets
  • Work as a team with our highly effective Recruiters, Recruiting Coordinators and Recruiting Operations
  • Ensure a high level of data integrity with our Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and other systems

WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO BRING TO THIS ROLE...

  • 4+ years of professional recruiting/sourcing/coordination experience. A mix of agency and in-house experience is a plus
  • Bachelor's Degree in Sociology, Psychology, HR, Business or related field
  • Baseline understanding and curiosity in technical skill sets and hiring in a tech environment 
  • Experience working in a high-growth environment
  • Demonstrated experience sourcing and engaging passive candidates
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize and self-manage 
  • You know how to work on a small but highly effective team and can grow with us as we grow the company
  • Experience working with remote teams located in multiple cities and timezones preferred
  • Must be able to work legally in the US without visa sponsorship
  • Position is remote and open to any state, except Colorado

BE YOU—CORPORATE CLONES NEED NOT APPLY.

Pure is where you ask big questions, think differently, and make an impact. This is not just a job, but a place where you have a voice and can accelerate your career. We value unique thoughts and celebrate individuality, and with ample opportunity to learn, develop yourself, and expand into different roles, joining Pure is an investment in your career journey.

Through our Pure Equality program, which supports a flourishing field of employee resource groups, we nourish the personal and professional lives of our team members. And our Pure Good Foundation gives back to local and global communities through volunteering and grants.

And because we understand the value of bringing your full and best self to work, we offer a variety of perks to manage a healthy balance, including flexible time off, wellness resources, and company-sponsored team events.

PURE IS COMMITTED TO EQUALITY.

Research shows that in order to apply for a job women feel they need to meet 100% of the criteria while men usually apply after meeting about 60%. You don't have to meet all the job requirements. If you believe you can do the job and are a good match, we encourage you to apply.

Pure is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, transgender status, sexual stereotypes, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or any other characteristic legally protected by the laws of the jurisdiction in which you are being considered for hire. 

If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at TA-Ops@purestorage.com.

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Some positions may require a deemed export license for compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Please note: Pure does not currently sponsor deemed export license applications so we are unable to proceed with applicants requiring stated sponsorship.

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