APR has been engaged to identify hard working HR Recruiter.
Since 1980 APR Consulting, Inc. has provided professional recruiting and contingent workforce solutions to a diverse mix of clients, industries, and skill sets nationwide.
Remote San Antonio
CONTRACT: 6-12 months, temp
Monday - Friday 8:00am -5:00pm
OVERTIME: Occasionally, during the week depending on business need
Achieves staffing objectives by executing the recruitment process, which includes, posting jobs to applicable job boards, evaluating job candidates, conducting interviews, advising managers, and other recruitment related tasks. The Sr. Human Resources Recruiter plays a critical role by ensuring QTC is hiring the best possible talent and conducting outreach with local Veteran Transition Programs, Non Profit Organizations such as Wounded Warriors and other military friendly organizations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Education and/or Experience: (includes certificate & licenses)
• Bachelors degree from an accredited college in Human Resources, Business, Marketing or related
• 4 to 7 years of experience in full lifecycle recruiting, preferably in the medical industry
• 2- 5 experience in recruiting within a military capacity or staffing.
• Access to military bases through VHIC or other Government Approved programs.
• Ability to obtain TS/SCI clearance.
• discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education
• Proficient in MS Office to include PowerPoint and Excel
• Experience using an applicant tracking system; preferably UltiPro
Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity! If you feel your experience is the match for this position, please apply today and join our team. We look forward to working with you!
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Human Resources Recruiter is $39,863 per year or $19 per hour. The highest paying Human Resources Recruiter jobs have a salary over $55,000 per year while the lowest paying Human Resources Recruiter jobs pay $28,000 per year
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