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HRPivot, Inc. is a growing boutique human resources solutions firm with a unique business model that provides our clients professional human resources services tailored to their needs. 

HRPivot, Inc. is looking for a talented, results-oriented, energetic, and passionate HR Recruiter.   The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of  full life cycle recruiting for high volume, entry to mid level positions for a variety of clients.  While this position offers flexibility to “work from home” on occasion, attendance is required at meetings in our offices weekly or the offices of our clients on any given day.  There may be the possibility of working from a client location for specific tasks or projects.  While the primary function of this role is supporting our client's recruitment process, assistance with other HR project support  (i.e. ATS systems implementation projects and related training) may be required.

Essential Functions:

  • Support the recruiting process for a variety of requisitions for various clients, including posting positions, sourcing, resume screening, initial phone screening, setting interviews for hiring managers, communicating status to candidates, coordinating and extending offers and on-boarding activities.
  • Serve as a point of contact for engaged candidates:  help guide them through the interview process and help facilitate an incredible candidate experience.
  • Serve as a point of contact for hiring managers: help guide them through the interviewing and hiring process and help with use of client's ATS platform.
  • Assist with candidate sourcing, candidate screening and assessments, research, market intelligence and end user advertisements.
  • Participate or coordinate job/career fair events for clients, as needed.
  • Organize external recruiting sources to generate a pipeline of candidates for current and future job opportunities.
  • Update and maintain candidate records in multiple different Applicant Tracking Systems for various clients on a daily basis.
  • Report regularly on progress of open requisitions , candidate pool and recruiting metrics.
  • Assist with other adhoc HR projects, if needed


  • Minimum of 3-5 years recruitment experience with proficiency using ATS systems (experience using JazzHR preferred)
  • Experience with implementation of new ATS systems (and training hiring managers on use of ATS systems) desired.
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines.
  • Impeccable follow up, attention to detail and organizational skills required.
  • Must be comfortable handling a robust pipeline of candidates for various clients and juggling multiple priorities.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and Google for business applications.
  • Must be able to work outside of normal work hours, if needed.
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