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This is a full-time remote position.
Conduct sourcing, detailed interviews with candidates, evaluate qualifications and alignment with the client organizations’ needs, prepare oral and written informative assessments, presentations, recommendations, and manage clients’ and candidates’ expectations to ensure successful experiences on search processes as a Consultant, Recruitment Outsourcing!
This position reports to the Team Leader of Recruitment Outsourcing to ensure recruitment outsourcing engagements and business objectives and initiatives are executed effectively and exceed client expectations. This individual is also a key contributor to ensuring an accurate, responsive, high-quality client service environment.
A FEW ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Manages high-volume recruitment outsourcing engagements. Screens, interviews, and recommends placements, and achieves and maintains a pipeline of highly qualified talent for client positions.
- Works collaboratively with the firm’s HR Outsourcing team to manage recruitment projects and engagements.
- Ensures name-gathering/sourcing phase is executed in a timely & efficient manner to expand and develop candidate pools for each engagement. Briefs candidates on the opportunities offered by the client
How We Work: Nonprofit HR’s Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion & Difference
|It is a high priority for us to foster and maintain an environment where diversity and inclusion are valued and realized to the benefit of you and the clients that we serve. We believe strongly in treating everyone fairly and value the full diversity of our colleagues, clients, partners and vendors. Inclusion is how we live our commitment to fairness and diversity. It shapes how we honor the perspectives, abilities and identities of our colleagues; how we listen to, engage and respond to our clients; and how we connect to and appreciate each other and those we serve. We define diversity as differences that influence and affect our firm, our workplace culture, and the communities and clients we engage in the following areas: race, color, ethnicity, national origin, socioeconomic status, pay and benefits, ability, military service, age, faith, gender, sexual identity, personal appearance, pregnancy, and political views.|
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