The Corporate Recruiter is an essential member of the company's talent acquisition team, responsible for managing the full-cycle recruiting process for various departments. This includes posting job openings, managing job site channels, conducting outreach on LinkedIn, and reviewing and vetting candidates. This role also invovles substantial communication with internal hiring managers to craft job requirements and to review and present candidates.
The organization impact of a Corporate Recruiter can be significant. Some of the key impacts are:
1. Talent Acquisition: The Corporate Recruiter is responsible for identifying and attracting top talent to the organization. This can have a significant impact on the organization's ability to achieve its goals and objectives.
2. Employer Branding: The Corporate Recruiter plays a key role in promoting the organization's brand and reputation as an employer of choice. This can help to attract top talent and retain existing employees.
3. Cost Savings: By effectively recruiting and retaining top talent, the Corporate Recruiter can help to reduce turnover and associated costs such as recruitment, training, and lost productivity.
4. Diversity and Inclusion: The Corporate Recruiter can help to promote diversity and inclusion within the organization by actively seeking out and recruiting candidates from diverse backgrounds.
5. Strategic Planning: The Corporate Recruiter can work closely with senior management to develop and implement strategic workforce planning initiatives that align with the organization's goals and objectives.
- Applicant Tracking System (ATS)
- Human Resources Information System (HRIS)
- Job Boards and Social Media Platforms
- Email and Calendar Management Tools
- Candidate Assessment and Screening Tools
- Job postings and job descriptions
- Applicant resumes and cover letters
- Interview schedules and candidate feedback
- Hiring manager feedback and job offer negotiations
- Recruitment metrics and analytics
- Job postings and advertisements for open positions
- Screening and interviewing candidates for job openings
- Making job offers and negotiating salaries
- Developing and maintaining relationships with hiring managers and department heads
- Providing regular updates and reports on recruitment progress and metrics
Sample Event-Driven Tasks
- Review resumes and applications received through the company's career website
- Conduct phone screenings with potential candidates who meet the job requirements
- Schedule and coordinate in-person interviews with hiring managers and candidates
- Attend job fairs and networking events to source potential candidates
- Collaborate with hiring managers to create job descriptions and determine necessary qualifications for open positions
Sample Scheduled Tasks
- Reviewing resumes and applications on a daily basis
- Conducting phone screens with potential candidates on a weekly basis
- Scheduling and coordinating in-person interviews with hiring managers on a bi-weekly basis
- Attending job fairs and networking events on a monthly basis
- Updating and maintaining applicant tracking system on a daily basis
Sample Infill Tasks
- Conducting initial phone screens with potential candidates
- Posting job openings on various job boards and social media platforms
- Scheduling and coordinating interviews with hiring managers and candidates
- Conducting reference checks and background screenings on potential hires
- Developing and maintaining relationships with universities and other talent pipelines for future recruitment needs