You are a career matchmaker and remain active in the new hires employee journey! 

You form connections quickly and think about talent acquisition as a holistic process 

Likely, your friends come to you for resume and interviewing advice. You’ve mastered recruiting, and your work history goes beyond finding the right person for an open role — you’re strategic and metrics-driven and care about cultivating programs and initiatives that not only build your talent brand and enable recruiting but also elevate sub team cultures. You can see how each hire impacts an organization; you’re adept at hiring well-rounded folks to join a community, not just a company. 

If this sounds like you, then you may be a fit for a role as Senior Talent and Program manager. It requires past experience building and maintaining pipelines and managing full cycle recruiting funnels and experience owning, driving or participating in other parts of the people ops function. 

Learn more below.

What you’ll do:

  1. Report directly to the Director, Talent 
  2. Work on roles within (but not limited to): Engineering,BI, and Data Science 
  3. Focus on DEI initiatives as it relates to engineering  – we have high expectations in this area and will implement talent programs that turn commitments into action 
  4. You’ll still recruit and get your hands dirty — you’ll run the hiring process, end-to-end.
  5. Make SevenFifty an ‘employer of choice’; work on our talent and company brand.
  6. Work on reporting, our broader talent roadmap to build our recruiting culture 
  7. Build programs that support talent growth (internship programs, early career programs and beyond)
  8. Identify and manage partners that allow us to elevate our brand, talent and L&D initiatives for Engineers at Sevenfifty 
  9. Work closely with engineering leadership on onboarding, retention, and hiring strategies 

What you'll have:

  • Technical recruiting background (engineering and product).
  • Experience managing a recruiting process 
  • You've worked at a tech company, start up or have a great network within the SaaS space
  • An interest in SevenFifty, our culture, and our industry.
  • The desire and aptitude to want to do more than just recruit! 

Useful (but not necessary):

  • Greenhouse power user.
  • Work on a distributed team.
  • A strong network of candidates you can call on.

What you do not need:

  • A college degree.
  • A high GPA or SAT score.
  • An address in or around New York City. 
  • A car, phone, or any equipment – we’ll provide a computer and Zoom account.
  • To drink alcohol! Many of our colleagues do not.

We are:

...120 ish people and growing fast.

...doing our best to make a difference. Read more here

...former hospitality professionals and start-up veterans.

...distributed; we work remotely and gather together a few times each year.

...social! We meet for team weeks, wine tastings, and lunch n’ learn sessions.

...eaters and drinkers who love to discuss food and beverage.

...changing an industry. Read more here.

Find out what it's like to work at Sevenfifty here.

Perks & benefits:

  • 100% paid individual medical, dental, and vision via Justworks and Aetna.
  • Meaningful equity in an industry-changing organization.
  • Unlimited vacation to rest and recover.
  • Learning opportunities (like a professional certification from WSET)
  • Flexibility to work where you want, so long as you’re meeting your goals.

Our values:

  1. Light the way: Inspire others with your vision for success.
  2. Open the door: Ask, listen, and empower others.
  3. Stir it up: Embrace experimentation and bring new ideas to life.
  4. Keep the glass full: Do more than is expected, for yourself and for others.
  5. Respect the craft: Commit to excellence and integrity in your work.

We are an equal opportunity employer. What does that mean at SevenFifty? We:

  1. Give each team member an equal opportunity to develop and grow into a leadership role.
  2. Acknowledge our shortcomings and try to do improve our company and our industry.
  3. Elevate BIPOC voices in our industry publication, SevenFifty Daily
  4. Do not discriminate against candidates or employees on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or socioeconomic status. 
  5. Have regular, sometimes awkward, conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion in our employee resource group, SevenFifty Community.
  6. Are honest and recognize that our company isn’t as diverse as it should be. We’re trying to change that. 

 

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