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Reporting to the Talent Acquisition Operations Manager the Associate Recruiter is responsible for sourcing and recruiting professionals for UC San Diego, University of California. The incumbent must have a proven track record in successful talent acquisition, recruitment, and sourcing management.
The incumbent will work directly with hiring managers and HR team to develop recruitment plans devoted to professional sourcing and networking and sourcing activities, as well as cultivating professional contacts and identifying prospective job candidates. The Associate Recruiter will determine best methods of recruiting and managing recruitment process flow. The incumbent will be actively involved in reviewing candidate pools and ensuring a diverse pool of qualified applicants.
Working knowledge of organizational policies and procedures; knowledge of functional area and understands how work may impact other areas. 1) Proven knowledge of recruiting best practices and HR concepts and
Working knowledge of the recruitment, screening, interviewing and referral processes. 1) Aptitude and experience with applicant tracking systems. 2) Experience with sourcing and screening for a variety of positions and a variety of levels. 3) Proven success with all phases of recruitment coordination and logistics
Proven knowledge of common software used within employment and other areas of HR, and how they work together. Proven experience working with candidate sourcing databases (i.e. LinkedIn).
Demonstrated knowledge of employment law.
Strong analytical skills to conduct analysis and develop recommendations.
Effective communication and interpersonal skills as well as active listening and critical thinking skills. Ability to create and deliver formal presentations to small and large groups.
Strong abilities associated with problem identification; reasoning; ability to work with business units in the development of ideas to solve staffing issues. Ability to be proactive, creative and innovative in solving problems and issues.
- Job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory clearance based on background check results.
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