Corporate Recruiter/Talent Acquisition Specialist
Behavior Interventions Inc.
Recruiter Job in King of Prussia, PA
Responsibilities: Staff Recruitment:Develops and implements recruiting strategies to meet staffing demands for BII's administrative/operations team Coordinates with hiring managers to identify staffing needs Proactively sources and recruits active and passive candidates by using job posting sites, career pages, databases, social media, etc. to build a robust candidate pipeline Plans interview and selection procedures. Screens candidates.Acts as liaison between the candidate and the hiring manager. Shares vetted candidate applications with managers; sets up candidate interviews with managers; obtains feedback; extends job offers or sends rejection letters. Conducts reference checks. Maintains accurate records of applicant and interview data using ATS. Manages career center in HRISCreates and provides recruiting reports Organizes and attends job fairs, open houses, and other recruiting events Ensures all recruiting and hiring is done according to employment laws and regulations.Stays abreast of recruiting trends and best practices.New Hire Onboarding:Working with HR team members, develops and implements onboarding procedures Supports candidates through the onboarding process Processes and maintains employee paperwork in HRISCoordinates employee orientations and training Establishes resources for new hires including ID badges, company accounts, etc. Completes onboarding surveys and interviews to assess the employee's experience Seeks opportunities to improve employee hiring and onboarding experiences and efficiencies. Submits to or discusses improvement recommendations with HR team members and leadership, including relevant information to support informed decision making.Manages employee exit procedures: Completes exit interviews Ensures accurate and timely completion of all exit procedures Maintains accurate records of employee terminations in HRISProvides general support to the HR team: Updates offer letters for internal candidates as applicable (i.e., for promotions, compensation increases, etc.) Maintains current knowledge and supports the dissemination of information on Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and affirmative action guidelines and laws. Interprets, communicates, and advises on HR policies, procedures, laws, or regulations under the guidance of the HR director and employee relations manager.Assists with employee's ongoing experience with the organization in collaboration with supervisors and the HR team. Responds timely to employee inquiries by connecting them with the appropriate resources (i.e., policies, procedures, other team members) Provides project support. Performs other assignments as needed.Requirements:Bachelor's degree in business, human resources, or other relevant field or equivalent combination of experience and education Minimum of two (2) years of full-cycle corporate recruitment experience Familiarity with laws, regulations, and best practices applicable to recruitment, hiring and onboarding.A keen understanding of the differences between various roles within organizations Willingness to travel to company offices and recruitment locations throughout New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania.High degree of accuracy, attention to detail, and confidentiality Creative, organized, and able to work independently and within teams Demonstrates a sense of urgency and ability to meet deadlines Excellent customer service and conflict resolution skills Exceptional interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills Proficient in computer tools and software including MS Office, ADP or other HRIS system, Applicant Tracking System. Proficient in social media use Benefits:When eligibility requirements are met employee receives access to company medical, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability insurance, and 401k contributions.Monthly Benefit: $600.00/monthly benefit towards medical premium coverage after 60 days of employment when the employee works 30 hours per week or more. Paid Time Off: Receives two weeks (10 days/80 hours) of time off for vacation, holiday, or personal days. Additional PTO after two years of employment. Paid Sick Time: Receives one week (5 days/40 hours) of sick time annually. Holiday Pay: Receives four paid holidays annually in January, July, November and December.Behavior Interventions is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race/color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, medical history, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. PI198319514