Untapped is on a mission to make the world more equitable by broadening access to transformative careers. Untapped is the new way to hire diverse teams with confidence and gain full transparency into the diversity of applicants in your hiring process. Startups to Fortune 500 companies are using Untapped to understand the diversity of their recruiting pipeline, source underrepresented talent, run engaging virtual events, enhance employer brand, and measure the ROI of their diversity recruiting initiatives.

Our team is composed of people with a diverse set of lived experiences, with more than half of us coming from historically underrepresented backgrounds. We’re a passionate team of learners and doers with a bias for action. We encourage each other to remember and exercise our individual “why” in service to our mission.

We strongly encourage you to apply if you are interested in this role on our team, even if you don’t meet all the requirements. Candidates, especially those from historically underrepresented backgrounds, often don’t apply for roles if they don’t feel they meet all the criteria. Just know your resume isn’t getting lost in space, our team is committed to reviewing every application.

Join us in our mission to make the world more equitable!

The Team

The People & Talent team at Untapped is a lean, highly-motivated group that is laser focused on creating a world-class employee experience in a world where the future of work is distributed and diverse. We are looking for a Recruiting Coordinator (Contract) to aid in our recruitment efforts and play a crucial role in shaping the Untapped team!

Your Responsibilities

  • Assist Untapped’s recruiting team in scheduling phone and onsite interviews with qualified candidates, including coordination with hiring managers and key stakeholders across the organization
  • Serve as the primary point-of-contact for candidates moving through our recruiting funnel and ensure a smooth process for every candidate, addressing bottlenecks as they arise, and guiding candidates through our onboarding process
  • Support the hiring team for each open position; sharing resumes, setting up scorecards in Greenhouse, and making any necessary arrangements on our team’s calendars
  • Draft and send offer letters to candidates identified for hire by Untapped’s hiring team with a high level of attention to detail and confidentiality
  • Responsible for various post-offer tasks such as conducting background checks for incoming new hires, sharing first day information, and coordinating necessary HR introductions
  • Provide support to the People & Talent team as needed

Your Skills & Experience 

  • 1+ year of recruiting experience (experience at a high-growth startup is a plus!)
  • Experience using Greenhouse and LinkedIn Recruiter is a plus!
  • High level of attention to detail, and excellent organization and communication skills
  • Knowledge of diversity and inclusion recruitment best practices
  • Dedication to crafting a best-in-class candidate experience
  • Experience working with hiring managers
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and experience working with sensitive information
  • An undeniable passion for our mission!

We ask that all applicants create an Untapped profile as part of our application process. This will allow us to learn more about you, as well as give you a chance to interact with our product!

Compensation: $35/hour

Where you land in the range is dependent on job-related, non-discriminatory factors such as experience.

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