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Human Resources Associate (Recruiter)

The Human Resources Associate is responsible for managing the full recruiting cycle, onboarding, and maintaining and updating our performance management system.

US:

We are an award-winning nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing tobacco use, our nation's number one preventable cause of disease and death. We are building a team of smart, creative and passionate professionals who represent diverse backgrounds and disciplines to help us speak, seek and spread the truth about tobacco.

YOU:

You cross each t and dot each i even when time is short and take pride in a job done well. You consider yourself to be high energy, diplomatic and proactive with the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Working as part of an effective team motivates you, but it's not your style to shy away from what you can do individually. You are thoughtful,passionate and love to network. . The way you see the world, the future looks bright and you have a plan to achieve it.

THE DAY-TO-DAY STUFF:

  • Maintain and update job descriptions for all positions
  • Partner with hiring managers to develop position announcements for posting
  • Identify appropriate recruiting sites and proactively identify candidates
  • Learn and identify new recruiting strategies
  • Screens candidate resumes from applicant tracking system
  • Schedules job interviews
  • Coordinates with external recruiters on job candidates
  • Represents and recruits at college career fairs
  • Assists in onboarding of new hires and offboarding of departing staff
  • Performs reference checks on final candidates
  • Assists in conflict resolution and coaching for staff
  • Leads performance management tracking and incentive pay cycles
  • Coordinate performance management trainings, processes and utilization of different components to fully utilize performance management system
  • Manages year-long internship program

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor's Degree in human resources or business with three to five years of recruitment experience
  • Proven efficiency in the use of MS Office Suite and HRIS
  • Effective communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
  • Must be able to work in a team environment
  • Able to be flexible and successfully maintain multiple tasks

COMPENSATION PACKAGE: 

Salary is commensurate with experience with EXCELLENT benefits (did I hear someone say 'free lunch??')

HOW TO APPLY: 

Interested applicants should submit their resume and cover letter here.

OR send materials to:

SVP of Human Resources and Administration

Attn: Human Resources Associate

900 G Street, NW

Fourth Floor

Washington, DC  20001

Fax: (202) 454-5597

No telephone calls please.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, or disability.

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