$DOE + Bonus and Great Benefits
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to partner and support staffing consultants and establish, create job postings, new applicant entry, onboarding new hires, or managing schedules as a first responder to action.
If you are a people pleaser and support champion, that breathes communication and results, this is your opportunity to shine!
Why be a part of our fabulous Team?
- Best (and most modest) work colleagues EVER
- Great collaborative environment, beautiful office
- New ideas, light bulb moments, are strongly encouraged
- Continuing professional development opportunities
- Great way to professionally socialize, network and strike up new professional friendships
- Excellent compensation and benefits
Would you like to:
Ideally you have:
- Source passive candidates using a number of resources
- Review, screen and schedule applicable candidates for a position (including cross-consideration for other positions)
- Communicate effectively with recruiters and management
- Demonstrate superior teamwork abilities
- Develop recruitment goals and objectives
- Identify key recruiting KPIs
- Attend professional events and networking opportunities (may be outside normal business hours)
- Visit clients to maintain and strengthen relationships
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or relevant field OR three years of experience as Recruiting Coordinator or similar HR role
- Competency with HR tools, such as applicant tracking systems and CRM systems
- Familiar with recruitment marketing and general marketing strategies
- Excellent communication, time management and problem solving skills
- Experience in methods of employer branding
Alaska Executive Search is here for you!
- Specialist recruiters, with over 50 years of combined experience
- No cost to our applicants
- Ability to look for a job while you’re still working
- Certified Staffing Consultants work for our clients, and advocate for our candidates
- Friendly Associate Recruiters working with you to present your best self