At SteelHouse, we’ve built a culture based on quality, trust, ambition, and accountability – but most importantly we really like working here. We’re looking for people who naturally want to do more, own more, and make an impact in their careers – and we’re seeking someone that can help us grow our team.

As a Recruiter at SteelHouse, you’ll be responsible for hiring the team that will help shape our company. You’re energized by finding the best and brightest candidates and want to give them an amazing SteelHouse experience. If you thrive in an innovative & fast-paced environment, come join our team! 

You will:

  • Lead the full recruiting cycle for open positions across all teams
  • Screen resumes and interview candidates to determine fit
  • Build talent pipelines and execute on research, referral generation, and sourcing campaigns
  • Find, engage, and activate passive candidates through the use of Boolean, LinkedIn and other sourcing techniques
  • Collaborate closely with Hiring Managers throughout the recruiting process to ensure we meet their hiring needs and goals
  • Regularly track, maintain, and improve pipeline activity to share with internal stakeholders
  • Focus on attracting a wide variety of candidates to execute against our strategic Inclusion and Diversity plans

You have:

  • 4-6 years of recruiting experience with a search firm or in-house recruiting team, ideally for technical positions
  • Experience screening resumes and leading phone screens for both technical and cultural qualities
  • Proficiency with leveraging multiple recruiting tools such as LinkedIn, Hiretual, and Greenhouse
  • Experience in technical and engineering roles, with a track record of contacting and engaging with passive candidates
  • Proven expertise scoping new roles to develop job descriptions, interview process, and success metrics
  • Knowledge of compensation and general HR requirements as related to hiring
  • AdTech/SaaS industry knowledge preferred
The gig comes with a few perks:
  • Collaborative work environment with friendly people
  • Beautiful office with an open floor plan and huge windows
  • Transparency-we share very detailed financial info at company meetings
  • Investment portfolio- Acorns contribution from SteelHouse
  • Competitive compensation
  • 100% healthcare coverage
  • Open-ended vacation policy with an annual vacation stipend
  • 401k plan
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for dependent, medical and dental care
  • Weekly food deliveries, food trucks and outdoor BBQ
  • Gated dog run located outside
  

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