Human Resources Generalist/Recruiter
The Human Resources Generalist will perform activities in the human resources area, with a focus on recruitment.
Typical Job Duties
- Partner with management to determine staffing needs and develop a recruitment plan.
- Draft, edit and update job postings.
- Screen incoming resumes.
- Perform in-person and phone interviews with candidates.
- Schedule and prepare interviews in a timely manner for all interviewers.
- Follow up on interview process status.
- Contact applicant references and perform background checks required by the company.
- Prepare and send offer letters.
- Communicates important employment information on benefits, compensation, etc. during delivery of employment offers.
- Greet and welcome all candidates into the office and help ensure a positive candidate experience.
- Represent employer in community and recruiting events.
- Maintain an active pipeline of qualified candidates to ensure staffing needs are met during higher recruitment periods.
- Use traditional and nontraditional resources such as career fairs, online job fairs, community network events, etc. to identify and attract quality candidates.
- Gather and analyze data with useful HR metrics such as resume flow, applicants, source of new hires, etc. in order to cost effectively improve sourcing of quality candidate overall recruitment practices.
- Stay current on the company’s organization structure, personnel policy, and federal and state laws regarding employment practices.
- Perform other HR duties as assigned including but not limited to on-boarding, employee engagement, exit interviews and other related human resources activities.
- Act as a backup for Human Resources Manager.
- Maintains high standards of confidentiality of all employee records and information.
- May be required to travel for business occasionally.
Requirements and Qualifications
- Possess superb written and spoken communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal relationship building skills.
- Excellent computer skills, knowledge of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS), Excel and demonstrated skills in database management and record keeping.
- Organized and efficient with an ability to juggle multiple projects with accuracy.
Education and/or Experience
B.B.S/B.A. in Human Resources, Business or related field of study with 1-3 years’ experience or additional years of education and experience may be substituted for each other, as determined by Human Resources.
The ideal hire will embody three virtues (humility, hunger and people smarts) as described by Patrick Lencioni.