Manager Talent Acquisition

Company Name:
J. Anderson & Associates
Manager, Talent Acquisition

Plan, execute and deliver talent acquisition activities to drive and support Clients customers.
Manage a team of 7-15 (depending on volume) recruiters providing end to end recruitment
across Enterprise Sales organization
Customer management skills are critical in this role - relationship building, updates and follow-ups w/the clients are one of the most critical aspects of this job.
This manager will also work very closely with the Clients Strategic Recruitment and Branding team to help create and strengthen the brand in the market.
Metrics management, best practices and cost containment are also a key part of this role. This manager will be required to ensure that best practices (for this space) are being consistently adhered to. One of the immediate priorities will be the assessment of the current team with a focus on rebuilding, as needed.
Need a strategic and integrated thinker in this role who knows the market and its challenges - but also knows how and where to go to meet the need. Client sponsored career fairs; market mapping; cold calling; deep networking; referrals.

Proven track record of success in managing a recruiting function specific to an Enterprise Sales organization
Proficiency in all aspects of recruiting: full life-cycle; deep sourcing and networking
Expertise in on-line and professional/social media tools
Must be able to develop and set strategy and be able to drive, manage and measure output on the tactical side
5-10 years of experience in talent acquisition with at least 5 years in a supervisory capacity
Supervisory experience must include direct management of a recruiting team with complete, end to end accountability of process and results
Knowledge of best practices with ability to bring change to the organization
Strong analytical and reporting skills
Strong presentation skills

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