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Engineering Recruiter

We have an immediate opening for a Technical Recruiter to join a small but growing HR team in a dynamic medical device research and development environment. This individual will collaborate with hiring managers to source, assess and select permanent and temporary talent for the organization and identify and utilize creative sourcing to find talented candidates.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for full lifecycle recruiting to include partnering with hiring managers to define needs and finalize job descriptions, post jobs, sourcing, assessing/interviewing candidates, etc.
  • Identify and validate candidates for essential technical skills
  • Manage candidates through the recruiting process, from establishing interest to hire
  • Interface with employees at all levels of the organization including the Senior Management team on a regular basis
  • Sustain a high level of ownership of all responsibilities and projects, including setting manager expectations and providing status updates
  • Maintain the highest levels of confidentiality, professionalism and attention to detail
  • Proactively approach projects and responsibilities and anticipate needs whenever possible
  • Maintain knowledge of staffing laws and regulations, ensure regulatory compliance and update the staffing process as necessary
  • Participate in Affirmative Action Plan activities as needed

Requirements:

  • Minimum of 5 years of full cycle technical recruiting experience in a technical environment
  • Experience recruiting for multiple engineering disciplines e.g. software, mechanical, electrical
  • Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with candidates and hiring managers
  • Must be able to source candidates from job boards, niche sites, social networking, etc.
  • Experience with Affirmative Action recruiting and reporting
  • Knowledge of state/federal laws and guidelines, as well as current immigration laws and processes
  • Experience with Applicant Tracking Systems
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office including, Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Must be a self-starter who can work independently with minimal supervision but also able to work effectively within a team environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and organizational skills
  • Ability to successfully work in a fast paced, growing and changing work environment
  • Service-oriented, ability to anticipate needs and apply good judgment
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred
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