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Talent Acquisition Specialist (Recruiter)

Innovative Systems, Inc. is looking for a highly driven and creative Talent Acquisition Specialist to join our expanding Global Talent Acquisition function.  This Talent  Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for expanding awareness of Innovative’s brand with colleges in the U.S. and internationally while also driving creative sourcing and attracting and landing A-level talent. Understanding of software/technical terminology and skills will be an asset.

About the Role and Accountabilities:

You will be accountable for creating new sourcing ideas and recruitment success in markets that may include the United States, United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Middle East, Asia, Mexico, Latin America, and others as you:

  • Build positive expanded relationships with college - department heads, diversity and special interest groups, etc.
  • Expand Innovative’s social media program for recruiting
  • Increase diversity
  • Creating excitement among candidates

Essential Responsibilites -  What you will be doing:

Innovative’s goal is to be recognized as a preferred employer known not only for the quality of our products, but our vibrant workforce, ethics, and strong collaborative culture.  As a Talent Acquisition Specialist at Innovative, you will contribute to the ongoing growth and success of the Company by providing top quality talent that aligns with the values, vision, and culture of Innovative.  Core responsibilities include:

  • Full life-cycle talent acquisition for assigned positions from identification of need through onboarding
  • Developing understanding of Innovative’s history, products, culture, and vision in order to communicate a full and complete view of candidates
  • Partnering with hiring managers to identify needs and a staffing plan that identifies responsibilities through hire
  • Research and development of traditional and non-traditional/creative sourcing strategies
  • Expansion of Innovative’s college recruiting program for full-time and intern/co-op including identification of programs that best align with Innovative
  • Scheduling, tracking and evaluation of recruitment outcomes
  • Developing awareness of competitors recruitment efforts and offers
  • Expansion of social media for recruiting
  • Review and assist with job specifications and writing of job descriptions; conduct job and task analysis as needed
  • Develop advertising, prepare and post jobs using most effective media to attract the best candidates
  • Assist with development of recruiting collateral
  • Review and rate resumes independently and collaboratively with managers
  • Effectively and timing use of ATS and other tools including appropriate updating
  • Assist with development of new careers website
  • Define and effectively implement improvement
  • Proactively communicate ideas, progress, and issues with manager and other relevant staff
  • Work collaboratively with HR Coordinator and other Administrative staff.
  • Ongoing development of improved processes
  • Support Innovative’s Mission, Values, and Guiding Principles
  • Other responsibilities as assigned

The Skills, Knowledge, and Experience you must have include:

  • Bachelor’s degree or similar equivalent experience
  • Knowledge and experience with different interview formats
  • Knowledge and experience developing, asking, and evaluating different question types and response
  • Proven success developing and using various modes of social media in a business setting
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven success maintaining confidentiality
  • Proven ability to successfully manage timelines
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Effective planning and organization skills
  • Proven problem analysis and solution skills
  • Demonstrated conflict resolution and collaboration skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Willing and able to travel domestically and internationally 

It's a plus if you have:

  • Prior successful experience as a technical recruiter
  • Prior successful experience as a sales recruiter
  • Prior successful college recruiting
  • Familiarity with various applicant tracking systems (ATS)
  • Fluent in multiple languages
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