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Talent Sourcer/Recruiting Coordinator
Ref No.: 18-00592
Location: Parsippany, New Jersey
Position Type:Contract
Start Date: 07/25/2018
Talent Sourcer/recruiting coordinator's responsibilities include using various channels to look for potential candidates, contacting passive candidates and building talent pipelines for future hiring needs. Using solid networking skills, know how to source on social media and enjoy learning about different roles. Act as the liaison between a company and job candidates. In order to achieve that objective, they have several duties and responsibilities.

  • Interact with potential candidates on social media and professional networks (e.g. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter) everyday
  • Craft and send recruiting emails
  • Coordinate with recruiters and hiring managers to determine position requirements
  • Identify qualified candidate profiles using various sourcing techniques (e.g. Boolean search) using job boards, Monster, CareerBuilder, Dice ensuring candidates are not already in JobDiva
  • Develop talent pipelines for future hiring needs
  • Measure conversion rates, including numbers of passive candidates who turn into applicants, get invited to interviews, get offers and get hired
  • Ask for referrals from current employees and external networks
  • Promote our employer brand online and offline, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter,
  • Maintain candidate databases (e.g. via our Applicant Tracking System)
  • Communicate with past applicants regarding new job opportunities
  • Employs proactive sourcing solutions using multiple avenues including direct sourcing, industry networking, employee referrals, internet sourcing, diversity related sourcing, targeted advertising, social media.
  • Works collaboratively with internal recruiting team and HR to assess and strengthen selection decisions through the application of appropriate market and industry benchmarks.
  • Develop talent pipelines and strategize on various sourcing methods and campaigns
  • Sourcing candidates and conducting initial interviews that would then be passed to the lead recruiter on that job. This requires a vast amount of time spent doing email and phone correspondence with job candidates.
  • Assist in formatting resumes
  • Contact HR Departments within other organizations (ADP, etc.) find out who is charge of outplacements. Seek candidates from their placement service.
  • Posting jobs on job boards as determined by recruiting team