Our client has an immediate need for a Contract Recruiter in Avon, OH; this is a temporary position for 3-6 months. Hours are first shift; salary is $32 an hour. Responsibilities: Review resumes and recommend or deny interview. Performs full cycle recruiting for the company's college recruiting efforts. Forms partnerships with a number of targeted universities to identify and develop best in class college recruiting strategies. Leverages leading edge recruiting sources and tools to proactively identify candidates. Partners with hiring managers and HR Managers to develop proactive strategies to address talent gaps. Develops an understanding of business requirements, organization plans and candidate qualifications by establishing partnerships with assigned business units. Conducts phone and/or in person interviews, refer qualified candidates to hiring managers. Presents employment offers by selling organization values, strengths, and opportunities. Maintains relationships with business networks and professional organizations to gain knowledge and obtain referrals. Researches current recruiting best practices, methods and processes to proactively recommend process changes. Maintains thorough documentation of requisition status, candidates considered and selection decisions. Develops expertise in company s Applicant Tracking System (ATS) to maximize its benefits. May also recruit for entry level to mid-level salaried positions. May perform other HR projects and activities as assigned. Requirements: High School Diploma/GED required; some college preferred. 3-5 years of experience with full life-cycle recruiting on both the hourly and salaried side; has experience working with hiring managers and HR managers on a regular basis and also has solid experience working with an ATS. Strong communication and listening skills, an ability to analyze situations and problem-solve. Ability to work as a team player, being goal-oriented, possessing an aptitude for multi-tasking and working in a fast-paced environment.

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