About The Role

Tencent America is looking for a talent sourcer to support multiple business groups across North America region. In this role, you will partner with the recruiting team and hiring managers to engage and generate a strong pipeline of diverse talent and ensure great candidate experience. At Tencent, our goal is to hire the best talents, and together with you, we can achieve it!


  • Collaborate with recruiters and hiring managers to deeply understand requirements of the role, the function and how it fits into the organizational chart
  • Support recruitment processes by sourcing, identifying, and attracting candidates, for both technical and non-technical positions
  • Utilize LinkedIn as the main sourcing tool to identify and track candidates while employing innovative sourcing techniques on other platforms
  • Create and develop a strong network of potential candidates in the market and for future opportunities
  • Provide market insights to recruiters and hiring teams to improve the hiring process
  • Work with the recruiting team to manage and improve our employee referral program
  • Leverage and maintain data reports and performance metrics to drive recruitment process improvements
  • Participate in other recruiting programs, events, and activities when needed, including but not limited to Employer Branding Program, ATS CRM management, etc.


  • Bachelor's degree or above
  • 2+ years sourcing or recruiting experience in a fast-paced environment
  • Quick learner and the ability to independently solve sourcing problems
  • Strong communication and analytical skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills and high level of attention to detail
  • Proactive attitude and ability to take ownership
  • Experience building up relationships with hiring managers and cross-functional partners
  • Passion for keeping up with industry hiring trends and the latest sourcing tools
  • Customer-oriented mindset, and eager to deliver a satisfied customer service experience

About US

Founded in 1998, Tencent is a Fortune 500 company. Our services include social network (WeChat and QQ), music (Tencent Music Entertainment), web portals, e-commerce, mobile and online games (the largest gaming company in the world), internet services, payment systems (WeChat pay), cloud and smartphones. Tencent America is the US branch of Tencent and our US headquarter is in Palo Alto. We also have offices in Los Angeles, Seattle and New York.

Our tremendous growth in the past two decades is driven by our values - Integrity, Proactivity, Collaboration, and Creativity. Value for Users, Tech for Good.

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