The Corporate Recruiter is responsible for full-cycle recruiting of exempt and non-exempt level positions across a variety of departments within the company. The Corporate Recruiter will develop creative sourcing strategies to attract top talent, screen resumes, conduct interviews, and extend job offers to successful candidates. In addition, the Corporate Recruiter will maintain relationships with hiring managers to ensure a positive candidate experience and serve as a subject matter expert on employment branding initiatives.
Corporate Recruiter Job Responsibilities
Source, screen, and interview candidates for corporate positions.
Work with hiring managers to identify staffing needs and desired qualifications.
Post job openings on job boards and other online platforms.
Review resumes and applications to identify potential candidates.
Conduct phone or video interviews with candidates to assess their skills and fit for the role.
Extend job offers to selected candidates and coordinate start dates and onboarding logistics.
To identify, attract and hire the best candidates for the company in a timely and costeffective manner.
To develop and implement recruiting strategies that will help the company to meet its shortterm and long-term staffing needs.
To screen, interview and recommend candidates for employment.
To keep abreast of developments in the recruitment field and suggest improvements to the company’s recruitment process.
To maintain accurate records of all recruiting activities and produce regular reports for management.
The skills and qualifications needed for the role of Corporate Recruiter include excellent communication and interpersonal skills, strong organizational skills, and the ability to multitask. Additionally, Corporate Recruiters should have a solid understanding of recruiting best practices, including sourcing, screening, and interviewing candidates.