Virta is an online specialty medical clinic that reverses type 2 diabetes safely and sustainably without the risks, costs, or side effects of medications or surgery. Our innovations in nutritional biochemistry, data science and digital tools combined with our clinical expertise are shifting the diabetes treatment paradigm from management to reversal. Our mission: reverse type 2 diabetes in 100 million people by 2025.

We are looking for a Technical Recruiter to join our PeopleOps team. You will help to help find, attract, and close future Virtans. Our strength as a recruiting team lies in our ability to strategize with leaders to build and scale teams and hire individuals who contribute to our unique and inspiring culture. You will play an essential role in scaling our engineering team and function. As one of two technical recruiters you will be responsible for technical roles, and on our small team, that comes with a lot of leadership and growth potential.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years of recruiting experience, at least 3 years as a full cycle Technical Recruiter
  • Can quickly get up to speed on what Virta does, our value proposition and be our advocate and voice in a competitive market
  • Meets quick deadlines, runs multiple reqs and candidate relationships, and can quickly build credibility with hiring managers and team
  • Has a strong technical acumen and understating of current technology trends, development principles and engineering functions
  • Excellent attention to detail and ability to lead multiple projects at a time as well as strong communication and organizational skills
  • Has strong pipeline generation and qualification experience, specifically knowing how to engage and sell passive candidates
  • Is excited to roll up their sleeves and chip in to all parts of the recruiting process
  • Excellent written and verbal interpersonal skills
  • Preferred experience will also include familiarity with Greenhouse and recruiting in a startup environment

Responsibilities:

  • Be responsible for the technical recruiting efforts of Virta in partnership with technology leadership and technical team members
  • Identify and engage top engineering talent, playing a key role in figuring out skill and culture fit, and serving as main POC for all technical candidates throughout the entire recruiting process
  • Creatively pursue and source passive candidates, screen inbound applicants and constantly identify ways to improve our recruiting strategy, talent brand, and experience
  • Ensure that each candidate has an unrivaled, positive and memorable experience from start to finish
  • Engage with employees in creative, fun ways to promote a strategic referral program
  • Regularly track and analyze pipeline and performance data to share with internal stakeholders

90 Day Plan

Within your first 90 days at Virta, we expect you will do the following:

  • Make at least two (and hopefully more) technical hires
  • Develop solid relationships with hiring managers throughout the organization
  • Identify and fix flaws in our recruiting processes
  • Own a key piece of our People Ops roadmap

Virta’s company values drive our culture, so you’ll do well if:

  • You put people first and take care of yourself, your peers, and our patients equally
  • You have a strong sense of ownership and take initiative while empowering others to do the same
  • You prioritize positive impact over busy work
  • You have no ego and understand that everyone has something to contribute  regardless of experience
  • You appreciate transparency and promote trust and empowerment through open access of information
  • You are evidence-based and prioritize data and science over seniority or dogma
  • You take risks and rapidly iterate



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