Employee Navigator is one of the fastest growing benefits and
human resources (HR) SaaS platforms, working with over 35,000
customers around the country. Our software provides insurance
brokers and employers with a single place to run their business
more efficiently helping them manage everything from new hire
onboarding and online benefits enrollments to PTO tracking and
Our rapidly growing 120+ person team is looking for a Corporate
Recruiter to be a key contributor to the organization's exponential
growth in finding e xceptionally talented, bright, and driven
people. Our ideal candidate has a mix of agency and in-house
recruiting experience and is self-driven, collaborative, flexible,
resourceful and works well in a fast-paced environment.
What You'll Be Doing...
• Recruit passive candidates while possessing the mentality to
"profile people and gauge chemistry of candidates for fit to the
organization and understand their motivation" rather than sell a
• Build and maintain network of potential candidates through
pro-active market research and on-going relationship management;
conducts in-depth interviews of potential candidates, demonstrating
ability to anticipate hiring manager preferences.
• Recommend ideas and strategies related to recruitment that
will contribute to the long-range growth of the company,
implementing any new processes and fine tuning standard processes
for recruiting that fits within our mission to deliver the highest
quality results to the customer.
• Articulate in writing a plan with deliverables, timelines and
a formal tracking process
Who You Are...
• 7+ years of recruiting experience including sourcing and full
life cycle recruiting
• Experience managing and prioritizing multiple searches,
projects and client relationships
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
organizational and negotiation skills also preferred
• Ability to execute recruiting strategy, including employer
promotion in the marketplace, candidate management, and interview
• Self-sufficient and able to work with little direct
• Strong consulting skills and demonstrated ability to work in a
team environment, as a team leader and member.
• Possess strong analytic skills with ability to create,
measure, and scale the right workflow between candidates, hiring
managers, and the recruiting team
• Mix of agency and in-house experience preferred
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