Getting the right talent is key for operating any successful business. In order to do this, businesses need someone who can ensure that recruiting operations run smoothly. If you become a manager of recruitment operations, you'll define work processes that help talent acquisition teams run more efficiently. You'll also manage key recruitment issues, including interview scheduling, offer processing, and onboarding.
In this role, some of the tasks you can be expected to perform are analyzing and communicating recruitment trends, monitoring the delivery of recruitment services, and developing an effective talent pool framework for all business units to include job segmentation, defined sourcing strategies, and an articulated engagement plan. To become a recruitment operations manager, you'll need to have strong written and verbal and presentation skills, and you'll also need to be able to interpret data from a variety of internal and external sources.
Successful candidates for these types of positions will typically have a Bachelor's degree in operations management, business, information systems, or human resources, as well as prior experience in a management or leadership position. A deep understanding of financial management is also a plus.