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Talent Acquisition Specialist

This role will be responsible for recruiting all sales and sales support positions for our Florida office while providing HR support services to employees, along with performing administrative and clerical HR related duties.

Our Ideal Candidate:

  • Knows how to be a creative “outside the box” recruiter
  • Is proactive when approaching their responsibilities and obstacles
  • Friendly, but not a pushover
  • Thrives working in a fast-paced environment
  • Is a team-player
  • Understands the importance of confidentiality and holds themselves to ethical standards
  • Comes with 2-3 years of experience
  • Has a strong, demonstrated ability to multitask
  • Possess exceptional communication skills (written, verbal, interpersonal)
  • Has a sense of humor and likes to have fun!


  • Duties include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Recruiting/Talent Acquisition (80% of your job) - Attract on a high volume top tier candidates through job advertisements and other creative outlets for sales and accounting personnel.
  • Personnel - On boarding, new hire orientation and maintenance of employee files, data entry in ADP
  • Performance Management - Assist management team in executing performance management documents, improving performance, enhancing morale, and increasing retention
  • Payroll - Compiles bi-weekly payroll data, assists in rectifying payroll discrepancies, distributes payroll documents, as needed
  • Benefits - Facilitates benefit information and meetings, compile data and distribute to appropriate channels
  • Compliance - Assures compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws. Studies new legislation to anticipate new legal requirements. Advises management on needed action.
  • Employee Relations
  • Develop, maintain, and update policies & procedures, as needed

About Us:

1-800Accountant is a nationwide full-service virtual accounting firm dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and small-business owners with all of their tax and accounting needs. Our innovative products and easy-to-use technology allow business owners to focus more of their time on managing and growing their business.

We offer competitive salary and benefit package including PTO, holidays, and 401k with employer match. All of this with a start-up vibe.

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