Job #1598: Recruiter- New York (4-15-21)
SalaryAt par with industry standards
A Recruiter, works under limited supervision, is responsible for full life-cycle recruiting of assigned requisitions across NYCB. Responsibilities include; qualifying, interviewing, assessing, extending/negotiating & closing offers while ensuring recruiting/ hiring activities are in compliance with government regulations and organizational policies & procedures. Instrumental in building & maintaining a strong employer brand that will attract, develop and retain the best talent.
Consults with Talent Acquisition Business Partners & hiring managers to obtain a solid understanding of the department's functions and knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the job in order to identify viable candidates for position vacancies. Recruits and screens qualified candidates. Evaluates candidate work history, education, training and other qualifications. Obtains resume/interview feedback from hiring manager and makes candidate search *course corrections* as needed. Negotiates and extends compensation offers within established guidelines or obtains required approval if outside of guidelines. Notifies candidates of rejection. Fills positions within designated time-to-fill requirements. Manages internal job posting and staff assignment changes for assigned departments. Contributes to the design of recruitment-related materials; explores marketing best practices in recruitment and makes appropriate recommendations. Develops a talent pipeline by soliciting and establishing working relationships with various candidate resources and potential candidates (peer banks, professional organizations, networking events, technical schools, job fairs, etc.). Completes recruitment activity reports and manages recruitment time to fill goals and vacancy statistics. Establishes and maintains an excellent relationship with hiring managers, candidates, vendors and HR team. Engages in diversity recruiting outreach efforts, and tracks activity in accordance with AAP and OFCCP requirements. Keeps informed of developments in the Financial/Banking industry.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor's degree with concentration in human resources or equivalent professional experience.
- One (1) to three (3) years of relevant full lifecycle recruiting experience.
- Agency recruiting experience is highly desirable.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of Federal/State/local employment laws, and recruiting process. Online recruiting experience utilizing Boolean search techniques, social media - branding. Knowledge of HRIS and experience with ATS/on- boarding software systems. Computer proficiency in internet navigation, MS Office applications. Excellent verbal, written (technical terminology) & interpersonal communication skills. Detail oriented & good organizational skills. Excellent negotiation & interviewing skills. Self-motivated individual. Ability to handle multiple priorities and adapt to change. Ability to communicate effectively will all levels of management. Ability to be flexible and work in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities.
How to Apply
Interested Friends of the Firm members should e-mail resume to Marian Chen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention that you are a member of EisnerAmper's Friends of the Firm program. Make sure to include Job #1598 in the subject line and to copy email@example.com on your email.