About this Role 

The Talent team at Sentry ensures the best product and business are built by the best team. We’re looking for an experienced recruiting leader to manage a small team with big impact and help build out the DNA of our growing family of <100 employees. This role is also perfect for someone who can take strategic ownership of our day-to-day recruiting. Hello….is it you we’re looking for? If so, start thinking of your new hire gif now!
 
As our Head of Recruiting, you will:
  • Work directly with our CEO, VP of People, and other company leaders to establish and execute on recruiting strategies
  • Build out initiatives and programs that drive Sentry's recruiting outcomes including diversity recruiting, university recruiting, employer brand, and more
  • Make data-driven decisions to drive efficient and effective talent systems and operations and manage tools, vendors, and budget (ex: interview processes, sourcing, interviewer load balancing)
  • Provide training and education to hiring managers, interviewers, and the broader company on recruiting philosophy and processes
  • Keep diversity top of mind and continually seeking ways to discover and engage with talent from underrepresented backgrounds
  • Continue to build Sentry's talent brand, emphasizing attracting and hiring high-caliber candidates
  • Own candidate and pipeline management for roles as needed
 
You’ll love this job if:
  • You’ve been involved in day-to-day recruiting but your true heart lies in using your natural leadership capabilities and skills in strategy and initiative creation
  • Underneath that warm and fuzzy exterior, you’ve got an ambitious, competitive streak (They declined our offer to go WHERE??!)
  • You may or may not have ever gotten in trouble for psychoanalyzing your partner or friends (What?! You can’t help it that you’re just naturally curious and want to understand people and what makes them tick!)

Qualifications

  • 9+ years experience in recruiting, hands on technical recruiting experience, and 2+ years in recruiting management/leadership roles
  • Experience working in high-growth teams and companies
  • Demonstrate experience of owning full-cycle recruiting, and building out large-scale, company-wide recruiting initiatives
  • Comfortable with open communication, ability to give and receive thoughtful, constructive feedback
  • Experience with ATS and relevant talent tools and solid knowledge of industry best practices (Greenhouse experiences a plus)
  • Data-driven expertise in organizational design, process improvements to optimize and enhance candidate experience
  • Expertise in building and analyzing recruiting data

 

Benefits

  • Contribute to an open source product used and loved by tens of thousands of developers and companies
  • Be part of an experienced and renowned team that has worked on some of the world's most popular software products and open source tools
  • Competitive salary and meaningful equity
  • 100% medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • Commuter subsidy
  • 401k
  • Learning and development stipend
  • Charitable matching program
  • Generous parental leave policy and 529 College Savings Plan
  • Flexible working schedule and vacation policy, and real work/life balance
  • Company events (Hack Weeks, All Hands, quarterly social events, yoga) and friends and family events
  • Relocation assistance

 

Sentry values diversity and inclusivity in our company and is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. 

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