The Infatuation & Zagat are in a very exciting growth phase and we’re looking for a well rounded recruiter to join our Talent team. In this role, you’ll get the opportunity to recruit across the entire business, which includes editorial, creative, marketing, sales, product, engineering, and operations. This position will be perfect for you if you love the idea of recruiting for a variety of different roles. For some of our roles, like Staff Writer, talent can come from anywhere. We’ve hired former hair stylists, art directors, and bartenders into the Staff Writer position. So it’s important to think creatively as we source and interview.

Beyond sourcing and managing the interview process, you’ll also handle references, negotiations, and offers. Our dream candidates are well versed in full life cycle recruiting, have a knack for finding top talent, and are excited to continue growing the company with us. This role is based out of our NYC headquarters and will report directly to our Head of Talent.


  • Manage full life cycle recruiting - kick off meetings, sourcing, outreach, phone screens, interview process, references, and offers
  • Provide excellent candidate experience from initial outreach all the way through offer stage
  • Run efficient kick off meetings and collaborate with hiring managers/teams to craft thoughtful interview questions
  • Ensure hiring team is prepared for each interview, providing resumes, detailed notes from your phone screens, and any other materials they might need (ie coding challenge for an engineering role)
  • Streamline the interview process to run more efficiently, recognizing patterns in candidate behavior and advising the team on how/when to make adjustments
  • Strategize around how we can continue to diversify our candidate pool and make our interview processes more inclusive
  • Source passive candidates through LinkedIn and Google search
  • Identify creative sourcing opportunities and test them out
  • Partner with our People Ops Manager to ensure a seamless onboarding process for every hire
  • Act as an ambassador for the The Infatuation, representing our mission, values, and culture


  • 3-4 years of full life cycle recruiting, ideally within a small or high-growth company
  • Experience recruiting for a variety of different roles
  • Demonstrated ability to source and close top talent at all levels, from entry level to senior
  • Creativity and ability to think outside the box - top talent is hard to find, and we’re open to any new recruiting tactics you can bring to the table
  • Impeccable organization - you are meticulous in keeping track of all your open roles and candidates
  • Excellent negotiation skills
  • Passionate about The Infatuation brand and excited to build the company with us!

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