Corporate Healthcare Recruiter - 1 year contract

Job type:
on-site
Start:
April 2014
Duration:
1 year
From:
Enclipse Corp.
Place:
Oregon
Date:
04/15/2014
Country:
flag_no USA
project ID:
695770

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Job Description:
Facilitates the acquisition of all non-executive health plan staff through innovative recruiting strategies and behavior/skill-based selection.

Responsible for effective, proactive, and responsive recruitment/workforce management consultative services to hiring managers.

Maintains and supports a culture of compliance, ethics, and integrity.
Consults with hiring managers to develop tactical recruiting strategies for open union and non-union positions, including but not limited to, sourcing, interviewing tactics, advertising, and selection processes.

Advises hiring managers in providing interview and selection support, including the creation of recruitment tools.

Identifies and develops relationships with recruitment sources, including schools (K-12), colleges, and professional associations and participates in related job fairs, conventions, and conferences to ensure the availability of talented candidates for the region.
Develops contacts/leads strategy by identifying professional associations and networking opportunities.

Creates and monitors pipelines for external applicants.

Pre-screens candidates for position requirements and organizational fit utilizing behavior/skill-based interview techniques.

Receives external employee applications; examines and evaluates qualifications relevant to posted requirements; accepts/rejects applicant based on verified qualifications; and refers applicant to manager for final selection consistent with selection criteria and applicable company policy.

Provides strategic direction and guidance with the final hiring decision.

Works on union and non-union positions, including supervisor and above.

Ensures that all external jobs are posted accurately and in accordance with personnel policies and state/federal guidelines.

Refers applicants for particular job openings.

May conduct reference checks at discretion of hiring manager.

Negotiates relocation packages when necessary.

Participates in program-wide recruiting efforts and tactical strategies.

Provides coordination, development of event strategy, and executes on all deliverables. Composes recruitment advertising copy, compiles relevant suggestions/input from hiring manager, and places employment advertising.

Develops recruitment strategies surrounding the use of social media and the latest technology to attract talent.

Responsible for meeting key metrics of performance.
Coordinates and manages recruiting projects that may include training, department interns, vendors, etc.

Answers telephone inquiries from applicants and employees, as coverage for the Talent Acquisition team.

Requirements:
Minimum three (3) years of experience in recruitment of salaried and hourly, management, technical, professional and/or healthcare positions.
Minimum three (3) years of recruitment planning, sourcing (cold calling, networking, job fairs, etc.) resume evaluation, candidate assessment and referral, and assisting/training professionals in selection, techniques, and methodologies.
Minimum one (1) year of proficiency with an applicant tracking system.
Proficient with MS Office suite and has tracked recruitment metrics (ROI; time-to-fill; etc.).
Demonstrated understanding of governmental regulations, court decisions, and professional standards and practices related to EEO/AA; legalities and ethics of recruitment; needs analysis; job analysis; position specific recruitment planning; resume and candidate evaluation; interviewing techniques; and matching position to best candidate's background.
Ability to handle sensitive/confidential information, as appropriate.
Knowledge of collective bargaining agreements, as related to union contract interpretation, seniority, employment security, and salary.
Direct sales experience preferred.
Experience with pre-hire assessments preferred.
Experience forecasting recruitment needs (workforce planning, ie - position control; core staffing; etc.).
PHR; SPHR preferred.
Fluent in more than one language preferred.
Bachelor's degree in human resources, business administration, or related field.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Effective interpersonal skills with the ability to meet the demands of the diverse and changing needs of the assigned specialty areas.
Demonstrated consultative skills.
Demonstrated ability to create and execute sourcing and recruitment plans.
Ability to quickly build relationships and establish trust with leaders, hiring managers, colleagues, and candidates.
Demonstrated networking capabilities and creativity in sourcing candidates.
Demonstrated coordination, organization, and project management skills.
Demonstrated understanding of branding, marketing, and image.
Demonstrated critical thinking, objectivity, flexibility, and strong negotiation skills.

Travel Required:
Up to 40%. Travel required within the region and occasional travel out of state may be needed.