BenchPrep is currently seeking an HR/Technical Recruiter to join our growing team.
We work hard, eat well, and have lots of fun. We work at BenchPrep because we’re dedicated to its mission and approach each day as an opportunity to be challenged and learn. This will be the very first HR role at BenchPrep, and so we are looking for a high performing and motivated professional who is willing to build out the HR function from the ground up.
What your day could look like:
- Building a pipeline of candidates to fill future needs of the organization
- Sourcing and screening candidates for technical skills, experience, value alignment for positions across all teams
- Managing candidate pipeline and communication process to ensure that there is a positive candidate experience, regardless of the outcome.
- Managing applicant tracking system data and running reports to inform the team of overall recruitment status and progress
- Being the face of BenchPrep at recruiting and employer branding events
- Responsible for the on-boarding process to ensure each candidate is ready and excited to start
- Lead the development of training materials and conducting training sessions
- Develop needs assessment with hiring managers to address departmental needs
What is needed:
- 3+ years experience in a recruiting role for a high-growth tech startup
- Ability to build strong relationships with hiring managers and candidates
- Creative approaches to sourcing and attracting top tech talent
- Excellent network of top local tech talent
- Experience managing and maintaining an applicant tracking system
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
At BenchPrep, we are committed to supporting a culture that is inclusive and diverse. Our colleagues foster an environment that is warm, supportive, and helpful where we treat each other exceptionally well. We are looking to add curious, driven, and creative individuals to our team who are ready to grow with us!
Please email your resume to [email protected] with subject: HR/Technical Recruiter, and answer the following question: What do you think the single most significant difference is between a well-executed and designed recruiting campaign vs. a mediocre one?