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Recruiting and Onboarding Manager

Recruiting and Onboarding Manager

(Oakland, CA)

Are You Ready? Willing? Care about the environment?

THE POSITION

  • Are you a people person?
  • Do you have 4-8 years of full-cycle recruiting experience?
  • Do you enjoy getting great results from challenging opportunities?
  • Do you have a passion for innovation, sustainable design and environmental responsibility?
  • Are you able to effectively plan and prioritize long and short-term goals?

JOB SUMMARY

Under the direction of Global People Director manage the US recruiting strategy and execution. Oversee full cycle recruitment efforts for all locations across the US. Act as lead recruiter and manage new hire onboarding curriculum and offboarding procedures, ensuring consistency at all locations. Act as back up HR Generalist. Maintain a productive, professional and dynamic culture in alignment with our company values: Trust, Nurture and Inspire.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Develop and implement brand marketing strategies for careers webpage, social media, etc
  • In coordination with location senior management, assist in workforce planning
  • Manage full-cycle recruiting process
    • Develop strategies to attract top candidates, sources and talent pipelines 
    • Implement best practices and coordinate national-level initiatives
    • Process requisitions, coordinate needs assessment with hiring managers, draft and place job postings, screen candidates, extend verbal and written offers 
  • Manage employment agreements and contracts
  • Oversee applicant tracking system ensuring data accuracy and produce regular reports
  • Develop onboarding curriculum for all locations, conduct new hire orientations at resident location; conduct offboarding procedures 
  • Serve as back up HR Generalist in other functional areas of HR
  • Manage immigration/VISA applications

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of 4-8 years of experience as a recruiter working in multiple states and developing branding and recruitment strategies
  • Degree or certificate in human resources or related area preferred
  • Demonstrated understanding of at least two areas of HR functions beyond recruiting: compensation & benefits, employee relations, performance management, talent development, retention, termination, policy, HRIS, etc
  • Highly organized with exceptional prioritization skills to effectively balance conflicting priorities
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to work effectively within a group demonstrating 'team spirit' as well as independently motivated and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills

DESIRED               

  • Experience in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction industry, professional services firm, consulting engineering or a related engineering or technical discipline is highly preferred
  • Experience with Jazz or a similar ATS is preferred
  • Environmentally minded with an understanding of energy and climate change issues

THE COMPANY

Trust. Nurture. Inspire. We are agents of change.

Our vision is to be the leading global deep green engineering practice.

We believe that net zero energy buildings and living buildings need to become the norm within a generation.

Our passion for sustainable design runs deep.

Since inception, our firm has attracted talented engineers from around the world.

For us, sustainability is second nature and our design approach continues to be a reflection of our commitment to creating a better future for generations to come.

Our team’s experience and training put them at the forefront of sustainable design practices and technologies. We are focused on making a difference in the world – and being a great place to work.

We offer a competitive compensation package, profit sharing, as well as excellent benefits, training, development, and an upbeat work environment.

Integral Group is an EEO employer.

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