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We are looking for an Operations focused Contract Recruiter to join the team at CSA for a 3 to 6 month contract!

This position would offer the flexibility of working from home up to 2 days per week.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Qualified professionals should have the following skills/experience:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
  • 2+ years of experience in TA, Recruitment or HR
  • Successful candidates must have proven experience in attracting high quality talent, building relationships, presenting, and communicating verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to prioritize and complete a high volume of work

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Recruitment

  • Define and implement the recruiting and on-boarding process for operations and support function positions;
  • Select, implement, and evaluate skill assessments and tools based on job requirements;
  • Confers with management and supervisors to identify staffing needs, job specifications, job duties, qualifications, and skills;
  • Manage full selection process to include screening, interviewing, candidate assessment and finalist recommendations within established KPI standards;
  • Develops recruitment programs and strategies to attract applicants and to fill specific job openings;
  • Train and ensure that all hiring managers are prepared, knowledgeable and employing best practices in the selection, interviewing and testing of candidates;
  • Writes job descriptions or reviews and edits job descriptions written by others;
  • Maintain knowledge base of current recruiting trends by studying best practices, attending recruiting networking events and utilizing professional network;
  • Provides information on company and job opportunities to potential applicant;
  • Arranges travel and lodging for out-of-town applicants;
  • Performs reference and background checks on applicants;
  • Develops and coordinates recruiting and hiring communications with applicants;
  • Files, maintains and secures employment records in accordance with State & Federal regulations and best practices.

Sourcing

  • Proactively sources and initiates contact with qualified candidates for job openings;
  • Develops, coordinates and maintains job advertisements and postings both internally and externally;
  • Coordinates, participates and presents company job opportunities at job fairs, schools, community events and organizations;
  • Establishes a candidate pool using recruitment techniques such as referrals and alumni;
  • Partner with external recruiters and employment agencies as needed to enhance recruitment efforts for hard to fill positions;
  • Utilizes online recruiting sources and social media to identify and recruit candidates.
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