Rue Gilt Groupe is hiring a Manager, Talent Acquisition to support the growth of our smart, passionate team with a mission to engage, excite, and delight our 35+ million (and growing!) loyal Rue La La and Gilt members with fresh and creative daily shopping discoveries.

The Role: As part of Rue Gilt Groupe's growth over the past year, we’re adding a Manager, Talent Acquisition to lead a strategic and analytic approach to our strategy across Marketing, Merchandising, and G&A while developing a high-performing small, but mighty team.

The Rue Gilt Groupe People team is powered by an inclusive, supportive, and inspired culture built on a foundation of respect of ideas, backgrounds, and experiences… and we’re looking forward to you adding to our story and enriching our culture.

What You’ll Do:

  • Empower the Team: You’ll serve as a player-coach supporting senior level reqs while mentoring and empowering recruiters to develop diverse pipelines, drive efficiencies, and help us to refine how Rue Gilt Groupe navigates the evolving recruiting landscape and executes against sourcing, interviewing, and hiring KPIs.

  • Lead the Partnership: Recruiting is a team sport, and you’ll serve as the coach and expert in the art and science of it all. You’ll work closely with your business partners and hiring managers, acting as a true partner they can trust and rely on. You’ll be the guardian of best practices for crafting engaging and inclusive job postings, developing thoughtfully planned recruiting and interview strategies, and more. 

  • Find the Talent: You’ll be creative about seeking out and engaging talent, possessing an unwavering determination and tenacity to follow the trail until it leads you to “the one.” You'll be agile and strategic, building and strengthening relationships that consistently open up new talent channels. 

  • Build the Brand: You’ll think like a marketer and sell like a recruiter. You'll operate in the mindset that recruiting is not just about connecting the right people with the right job, but fostering connections to our brand and ensure that every candidate has a memorable experience engaging with Rue Gilt Groupe.

About You:

  • You’ve managed /mentored a small team -or- are a seasoned Lead Recruiter ready to take on the next step, but either way you’re not ready to hang up your sharp recruiter skills and are eager to own reqs spanning from seasoned individual contributors to VPs and are comfortable driving and influencing the hiring process with the most senior leader. 

  • You’re a problem solver, a step ahead of the evolving candidate market leveraging imaginative and innovative sourcing and candidate management strategies with a focus on building and improving upon inclusive processes and tools that drive us to do what we do, but better.

  • You have a recruiting philosophy that isn’t about filling seats, but building pipelines of strong, diverse candidates that you regularly engage. You’re disciplined, resourceful, and though you’re naturally competitive with yourself, you are an even stronger collaborator with others.

  • You’ve recruited at an e-commerce, start-up, or technology organization, so you’re used to environments where change happens often enough that you’ve mastered operating in the “gray”.

Above all, if you looking to be part of a highly supportive and collaborative People team, apply today!


Important COVID-19 Guidance (for candidates applying to roles in our MA, NY and CA offices): Per Rue Gilt Groupe’s policy, all associates who will work at our MA, NY or CA offices must be fully-vaccinated and proof of vaccination will be required.


About Us:

Rue Gilt Groupe is a leading off-price e-commerce portfolio company, connecting the next-generation shopper to world-class brands. We’ve defined the online treasure hunt through our daily sale events allowing a large, loyal member base to discover over 5,000 premium and luxury brands at prices up to 70% off full-price retail.

Rue Gilt Groupe operates three complementary sites – Rue La La, Gilt, and Shop Premium Outlets.

Our vision at RGG is to spark delight through daily discovery – we make shopping an occasion to celebrate. At the forefront of fashion and technology, we’re also in the business of sparking delight for our Associates. We inspire each other, our Members, and ourselves to push past the expected – every day. Our culture is rooted in our values and together we work to demonstrate being Kind, Passionate, Collaborative, Innovative, Tenacious and Empowered

Rue Gilt Groupe is an equal opportunity employer, and selects individuals best matched for the job based upon job-related qualifications regardless of race, religion, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, national origin, gender identity, genetic information, disability, pregnancy, veteran or military status or any other

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