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Do you want to join a fast-paced tech company? 

Stratifyd, Inc. is a B2B tech company located in Charlotte, NC and is fundamentally changing the way brands analyze their data. Stratifyd equips business leaders worldwide with immediate insights into how consumers, partners and employees view their products or services. The Stratifyd Platform is an AI powered Data Analytics platform that analyzes and visualizes complex unstructured and structured data sets. Built on our patented algorithms that leverage Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing for any business, Fortune 500 companies are leveraging Stratifyd to analyze data such as the voice of customer, product reviews, surveys, online chat transcriptions, system logs, emails, employee satisfaction, social media engagement, and news articles to understand the thoughts, feelings, and voice of their customers, so that they can develop better products and services.

We are members of the Mastercard Start Path and the Microsoft ScaleUp programs, and we were named a Cool Vendor in Analytics by Gartner.  Additionally we were recently awarded one of "Charlotte's Best Places to Work" as well as one of the fastest growing companies in Charlotte by the Charlotte Business Journal! With how quickly we’re growing and developing cutting-edge technology, we need more talented individuals to join our team.

We are seeking a results-driven recruiting professional with a passion for finding top talent to help grow our team!

Key Accountabilities & Responsibilities 

  • Develop recruiting strategies that meet anticipated staffing needs
  • Review job orders and employment applications to match applicants with job requirements
  • Search for job candidates using various sources such as ATS, internet recruiting resources, networking, recruiting firms or employee referrals
  • Select job applicants, confirm their qualifications and refer them to hiring managers, making recommendations when appropriate
  • Interview job applicants as part of the screening process to get information on their work history, job skills, training and education, and inform them of the position’s duties and responsibilities, compensation, benefits and working conditions
  • Analyze employment data related to the position and create reports based on your findings

Required Skills & Experience

  • Proven work experience as a Technical Recruiter or Recruiter
  • Hands-on experience with various interview formats (e.g. phone, Zoom and structured)
  • Technical expertise with an ability to understand and explain job requirements for IT roles
  • Negotiation skills
  • Familiarity with Applicant Tracking Systems (Greenhouse preferred) and resume databases
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong social aptitude and ability to build relationships
  • Technical knowledge to be able to talk to job prospects and understand qualifications
  • Well organized, with attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational skills enabling management of multiple projects simultaneously

Stratifyd, Inc. offers employees a competitive salary along with paid time off, healthcare, vision, dental, 401(k), and fun and collaborative work environment. 

Stratifyd is an equal opportunity employer all qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

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