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Talent Acquisition Specialist

Who we are:

Led by our CEO who was voted one of the the country's 50 best CEO's in the United States by Glassdoor,  1800Accountant is the country's largest virtual accounting firm serving over 40,000 clients.  We serve the accounting needs of start-ups, entrepreneurs and small businesses by providing extraordinary service at an affordable price. We are a next generation Accounting firm, focused on service and driven by technology!  Using our Dedicated Accountant model, we build relationships based on integrity, responsiveness and solidarity, with the goal of making every client a client for life. 

Located in Midtown Manhattan, our staff is a diverse team of seasoned and growing career accountants. 

What we are looking for:

1-800Accountant is looking for a Corporate Recruiter to be responsible for the full spectrum of the hiring plan from identifying needs and shortlisting candidates to closing successful hires. Our Corporate Recruiter responsibilities include creating and publishing job ads, seeking out new candidate sources, interviewing candidates, hiring, and on-boarding newly hired employees of the firm. Additionally, you will continue to coordinate our robust Internship program by partnering with local colleges and to coordinate the interview and on boarding process.  To be successful in this role, you should have experience with full-cycle recruitment and great communication skills. Ultimately, you will maintain and improve our employer brand, ensuring that we attract, hire and retain people who contribute to our company’s growth.

Who you are:

  • Work closely with hiring managers in various departments to define recruitment needs, and schedule and plan the hiring process
  • Track recruitment KPIs, like time to hire, source of hire and time to fill
  • Manage all communication with candidates from the moment they apply until they are on-boarded
  • Source candidates on job boards, resume databases, professional networks and through referrals
  • Interview candidates at various stages of the hiring process (phone screening calls, video interviews and in-person meetings)
  • Use skill assessment tools and tests to screen candidates
  • Oversee internal and external communication, making sure that our company maintains a positive reputation as an employer (for example on Glassdoor, LinkedIn and social media)
  • Work experience as an In-house Recruiter
  • Familiarity with full cycle recruitment
  • Hands-on experience with recruitment software and Applicant Tracking Systems (JazzHR)
  • Strong interviewing skills and familiarity with various interview techniques (like video or panel interviews)
  • Experience recruiting, sourcing and screening
  • Understanding of HR practices and labor legislation
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • BS in Human Resources Management or relevant degree
  • Job Type: Full-time
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