Home Office Recruiter, Arlington, VA
Working in partnership with MSI’s home office hiring managers, the Recruiter is responsible for the identification, screening, interviewing and referral of candidates for employment with MSI. This position will also include the management of MSIs internship program.
Full Life Cycle Recruitment
- Provide domestic recruitment support to U.S. hiring managers by posting jobs internally and externally, sourcing candidates, phone screening, scheduling interviews, conducting reference checks and acting as first point of contact for interviewees.
- Collaborate with senior management to stay abreast of current and future hiring and business needs and implement hiring strategies.
- Develops and implements international recruitment best practices; ensures proactive and continual networking efforts to maintain a pipeline of qualified talent.
- Proactively investigate for innovative ways to identify new candidates.
- Identifies appropriate outreach opportunities and represents MSI at career fairs, professional conferences and networking events.
- Serves as administrator and primary liaison for OFCCP recruitment websites
- Track all recruitment activity and manage the talent management system for all home office positions.
- Develop and maintain recruitment tools and procedures and provide hiring managers with appropriate training, advising on staffing procedure and policies.
- Establish verified biodata sheets for all new employees to ensure federal contracting compliance.
- Assist hiring managers with refining job descriptions.
- Process candidates through final recruitment stages, negotiate salaries and execute offer letters, collaborating with the onboarding HR team.
- Process all recruitment invoices for candidate travel expenses.
- Track HR metrics, inclusive of organizational recruitment efforts
- Provide surge support to proposal recruitment team to screen and select candidates for active bids.
- Collaborate with other Tetra Tech Operating Units on various joint recruitment efforts.
Internship Program Management
- Manage the internship program to include campus recruitment initiatives and candidate selection.
- Provide support and oversight to internship program staff, seeking further opportunities within the firm.
- Coordinate quarterly Intern events to ensure full exposure to the organization
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field or a combination of education and experience.
- Two (2) to four (4) years of work experience, including experience in full lifecycle recruiting, preferably within the international development sector.
- Demonstrated ability to successfully source, screen, and interview candidates.
- Understanding of Affirmation Action and other HR/Recruitment legal requirements.
- High level of interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
- High standard of sensitivity with confidential information.
- Excellent customer service skills.
- Excellent multi-tasking, organization and time management skills.
- Ability to multitask numerous project objectives and deadlines.
- Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
- Knowledge and ability to use current social media technologies, Application Tracking Systems, and other various online databases
- Experience with Taleo is preferred.
Physical demands & work environment:
- Office setting.
- Occasional travel may be required.
Line management responsibility:
- U.S. interns