So, what does a TaskUs a Recruiter really do? Think of yourself as a pivotal part of TaskUs’ growth, were you engage San Antonio's top candidates. Your role is designed to search, interview, and attract the top talent volume positions. Your achievements are gauged not on hours worked, but on the quality of the people you hire.
You love partnering with hiring managers to understand their department needs and requirements and come up with creative approaches to fill the void. You care deeply about the overall business and look for ways to add value. You like being part of a team that delivers excellence and being held accountable for your own results. You’re creative, outgoing and have a passion for identifying people’s strengths.
- Full-cycle recruitment: sourcing, screening, selection, negotiation, offer and close
- Meet with Hiring Managers to define candidate selection criteria and timelines for delivery.
- Partner with Hiring Managers to understand current and future needs as well as educating on best practices for interviews
- Passively source for top talent and manage a pipeline 100-200 people ready to hire
- Ensure job postings are accurate, marketable and target the appropriate audience
- Maintain data in recruitment systems
- Attend community events to promote TaskUs' brand and plan Interviewing Days on-site
- Build a bench of qualified and interested candidates for high volume roles
- 2-5 years experience Recruiting for high-volume entry-mid level roles (40+ hires per month)
- Working knowledge of recruitment processes and workflows
- Experience with applicant tracking systems - Jobvite a plus.
- Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
- High emotional intelligence
- Unrelenting work ethic and passion for Recruiting and producing results
- Strong desire to interact with the public
- Extreme attention to detail
- Proven ability to employ proactive recruiting strategies
- Strong business acumen and critical thinking skills
- Bilingual in Spanish and English is not required, but preferred