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Candidate Experience Specialist/Talent Acquisition - Oklahoma City, OK

Job Description:

Candidate Experience Specialist/Talent Acquisition

  The Talent Acquisition (TA) team within Human Resources is responsible for promoting a positive image and providing an exceptional experience to candidates during their journey for a new career. We take into account complex factors to build talent acquisition strategies that achieve business objectives while ensuring a high-quality experience for candidates and business partners. Our candidate experience team is responsible for facilitating several business practices to ensure the success of the talent acquisition lifecycle to include interview scheduling, document collection, candidate communication, and some onboarding support. Successful candidate experience team member should be able to engage recruiters, candidates, and hiring leaders through various stages of the lifecycle by creating a consistent and exceptional experience.  

 Key Responsibilities

            Schedules external candidate interviews with hiring leaders

            Manages movement of associated Workday inbox and tasks to ensure appropriate candidate movement through talent lifecycle

            Facilitates collection of interview feedback for all candidates

            Follows up with recruiters to ensure candidates are contacted in alignment with our commitments

            Follows up with candidates throughout to ensure appropriate our communication matches our candidate commitments

            Initiates relocation requests

            Coordinates candidate travel

            Manages candidate expense reimbursement for travel

            Initiates onboarding and provides general status updates. 

 Essential Requirements

            Ability to interact with senior level team members

            Ability to follow set policies and practices to achieve consistency and compliance aligned to the Talent Acquisition process

            Ability to lead candidates and hiring managers through Talent Acquisition processes in detail

            Strength in coordination of talent acquisition process and onboarding activities

            Organized with strong communication skills

            Demonstrates critical thinking and problem solving

Job ID:
342860

Dept ID:
10591

Location:
Oklahoma City, OK
United States of America

Industry:
Online / Full App

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
258

Posted Date:10/11/2018

Domain:arna

Contact: meg.mccarthy@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Candidate Experience Specialist/Talent Acquisition

Location: Oklahoma City, OK

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 342860

Posted Date: 10/11/2018

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