Tia was born from the realization that the healthcare system is missing just that: a system enabling health & wellbeing. Tia is the answer to the dehumanizing experiences that women of all backgrounds face navigating the healthcare system. We are rethinking the model of healthcare from the ground up – really asking: what does it mean to have a relationship with your care provider? What does it mean to think about your health every day? How can we get back to the basics and also leverage the cutting edge research in women’s preventive care? Tia is the answer to these questions. Tia is a whole new, distinctly female model of care.

We are on a mission to enable every female to achieve their own definition of optimal health through science-backed information, access to high-quality care, and community.

We opened our first clinic in 2019 in NYC, with more to follow in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Phoenix this year. Combining virtual and in-person visits, an unwavering commitment to care and accessibility, substantial growth capital and an incredible mission, Tia is poised for rapid growth over the coming years and is building out a world class team to support this expansion.

Our company values

  • Health and Wellbeing: We believe that health & wellbeing is a fundamental human need and right. In order to carry out our mission and improve the health of our patients, we prioritize the health & wellbeing of our employees and their families.
  • Compassion: We believe that compassion is as important as information and care itself. We value compassionate care, leadership, and communication.
  • Individual Agency: We believe that every person possesses individual agency and a
  • responsibility to enact it for the betterment of themselves and others. We encourage our patients to make their own healthcare choices and our employees to call out problems wherever they see them and advocate for solutions.
  • Collaboration: We believe that collaboration engenders creativity and outsized impact more than hyper-specialized or individualistic approaches to solving problems. We value collaboration between patients and providers, and between our employees, in order to foster different perspectives, experiences, and skill sets.
  • Aspirational Thinking: We believe that aspirational thinking leads to higher quality work,freeing us from complacency and mediocrity and enabling transformative outcomes — in the exam room and the board room. We encourage our employees to think through problems and reach for solutions that raise the bar.

Role Summary: 

We are looking for a Technical Recruiter who will partner directly with the Director of Talent Acquisition and Head of Engineering to build out a world-class tech team. You will use your expertise to source, evaluate, and close top technical talent while providing a best-in-class candidate experience.

This position reports to the Director of Talent Acquisition 

Location: Remote

Responsibilities

  • Build, lead and inspire a high performing technical recruiting and sourcing function.
  • Develop and execute a full-cycle strategy for top engineering talent
  • Partner with technical leadership to understand organizational priorities and translate them to team goals
  • Design scalable programs and processes 
  • Collect and use data to make informed decisions, drive efficiency, and communicate challenges and progress to key stakeholders
  • Analyze pipeline health and conversion metrics to identify trends and develop predictive analyses
  • Define success metrics. Help define and evaluate our recruiting and sourcing metrics to continuously measure and improve team performance and productivity
  • Use data, feedback, and industry benchmarking to identify and implement hiring process improvements, to continually enhance fairness, efficiency, effectiveness and candidate experience

Requirements

  • 6+ years of experience with full-cycle recruiting and a track record of success within technical recruiting (either agency or internal)
  • You're an excellent sourcer and can spot the not so obvious candidates
  • Current with the latest engineering trends, frameworks, programming languages, and libraries
  • Experience hiring for roles at the mid-career and senior level, a mix of technical and non-technical recruiting is preferred
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong organizational and project management skills with a keen eye for detail
  • Tenacity, intellectual curiosity, and the drive for continuous improvement
  • Positive attitude, adaptability, and the ability to navigate competing priorities

Values: 

  • Ownership mentality
  • Teamwork centric 
  • Achieve excellence, with regard to impact over effort.
  • Find your superpower. 
  • Dare to be open, to be vulnerable.  
  • Be compassionate.
  • Practice a meritocracy of ideas.

Benefits

  • Unlimited vacation
  • Free Tia membership
  • Competitive stock option package
  • $300 one-time WFH stipend
  • $50/month phone and internet reimbursement 
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits
  • 401k program (no matching at this time)
  • Top of the line 13” Macbook Pro 
  • Travel stipend for team off-sites

This position may require attendance at company and team off-sites and is subject the Company’s vaccine requirement, as permitted by law and subject to reasonable accommodation.

Tia is an equal opportunity employer. We are proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users and patients. We strongly encourage people of color and members of the LGBTQ+ community to apply.
 
If you are committed to collaborative problem solving, creating high-quality and user-centric products, and want to make waves in women's healthcare, join us! 

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