RefleXion is currently seeking a Senior Talent Sourcer on a contract basis to join the Recruiting Team in our rapidly growing startup in the Life Sciences/Biotech industry.  As a Senior Talent Sourcer, this person will work cross-functionally to identify, screen, and engage top talent for key roles across all teams including research & development, engineering, software, manufacturing, and clinical.   This person will be a hands-on people partner that will play a critical role in finding and connecting with high-quality talent.   In addition to sourcing, this role will assist the Recruiting Team with pre-screening, updating talent pools, communicating with candidates, and other related duties to ensure all open positions are filled with top talent.  The ideal candidate for this position is a true team player with a proven ability to be a creative talent hunter.


  • Partner with the members of the recruiting team and hiring managers to understand their sourcing/recruiting needs across a broad spectrum of disciplines and assist in creating a recruiting strategy. 
  • Source for multiple, complex positions, developing innovative strategies to attract and obtain qualified candidates
  • Coordinate, schedule, and conduct phone screens to thoroughly vet applicant qualifications for specific job openings
  • Continuously build and maintain candidate pipelines through organic sourcing such utilizing a variety of tools including Boolean searches, x-ray sourcing, networking, and direct sourcing
  • Proactively create interest in open roles through online channels and advertising – niche job boards, virtual events, networking, social media, chat groups, and more
  • Craft and send recruiting emails and texts with attention-getting messaging that will reach critical, passive talent
  • Utilize the Company’s CRM to effectively and efficiently organize potential talent pools from past applicants, LinkedIn, Indeed, candidate networks, and more
  • Present candidates to the hiring managers and other members of the hiring team to be considered for interviews
  • Promote RefleXion’s brand online and offline through educating candidates on Company culture and long-term opportunities
  • Utilize Applicant Tracking System (ATS) to create and maintain open requisitions and help ensure that all internal recruiting processes are followed
  • Meet with and provide regular updates to hiring managers during in-take and other related meetings
  • Support the HR Team’s overarching talent goals and objectives for RefleXion, including taking on additional duties and projects as assigned


  • Associate Degree in business, human resources, or equivalent education and experience; Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or related discipline strongly preferred
  • Minimum 7 years of previous Sourcing or Recruiting experience; experience with a high-growth tech company strongly preferred
  • Highly skilled at utilizing general internet Boolean searches, LinkedIn Recruiter, Indeed, and alternative search techniques and tools
  • Understanding of the latest sourcing techniques and tools to identify, court, and land passive talent
  • Sharp interview skills, with the ability to effectively screen candidates for technical and soft skills
  • Able to flex in changing and fast-paced work environment; strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and prioritize work demands.
  • Excellent computer and software skills with the ability to learn and troubleshoot new software tools quickly
  • Proven ability to schedule interviews and communicate with candidates and interviewers utilizing MS Outlook, Calendly, Slack and Zoom
  • Prior experience using an ATS to track, recruit and source required; experience with Greenhouse a plus
  • Be a self-starter, strategic thinker, and action-driven
  • Enjoy finding innovative and creative ways to connect with people
  • Ability to work independently and as a trusted partner in a small-team environment




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