CompuCom Talent Acquisition/Recruiter Specialist in Mississauga, Ontario
CompuCom is a growing global company that values your skills, focuses on growing your career, and promotes an awesome work-life balance. If you are a talented recruiter with a passion for finding top talent we would love to have you join our team in the Mississauga office.
Our Talent Acquisition Recruiting Specialist understands the ongoing cycle of attracting, sourcing, recruiting, and hiring of individuals from within and outside of the company. The role is embedded within Service Desk operations to learn, understand, and partner with management to align with their business plan from a talent acquisition perspective.
The TA Specialist must ensure hiring requirements are met for internal positions and/or external client projects. They also monitor personnel in relation to all talent acquisition issues, including, but not limited to, availability, utilization, forecasting, attrition, and position openings. In an effort to maximize internal talent and associate engagement, the TA Specialist will look at internal candidates for transfer and promotion opportunities in order to best utilize current resources.
Requires Bachelor’s degree and 4-5 years of related experience or equivalent combination of experience and education
Knowledge of industry trends including Internet recruiting, employment and labor laws and also has the ability to creatively source new candidates through traditional and innovative recruiting methods.
Drive and passion to excel
Great communication skills
Strong technical acumen
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for the talent acquisition function both externally and internally, which may include, but is not limited to, screening resumes, cold calling applicants, attending job fairs, relationship management, workforce planning, and placing employment ads.
Partner with BU TA, HR and hiring managers to generate ideas, leverage resources, and share information that facilitates an effective high volume and high quality search process under very tight timelines.
Interact with Hiring Managers to understand the current and future needs of the organization, directly impacting the successful selection and timely placement of critical positions.
Create market maps, identify potential sources and cultivate prospects for candidate generation.
Build a robust network of top talent, gains market intelligence and assess candidates to gauge talent alignment for a specific role and or program area.
Research potential candidates through a variety of sources, screen candidates, schedule interviews, perform evaluations and gather feedback from management staff and the candidates.
May counsel employees/applicants on staffing preferences, internal job opportunities, skill development, or other personnel issues.
Responsible for onboarding activities for new hires including, but not limited to offer approval, extending verbal and written offer, pre-employment screening and paperwork, onboarding documentation, and I-9 verification.
Work with Workforce Management Lead to monitor project roll-on and roll-off dates and employee transfers for maximum staffing and utilization of personnel.
Interviews applicants for open positions, this includes, but not limited to discussing the job duties and responsibilities, compensation and benefits, work schedules and working conditions, company policy, promotional opportunities, and other related information.
Maintains effective communication with various management and Human Resources regarding position openings, desired placements, utilization, etc. Refers selected applicants to person placing job order, according to policy of organization.
Maintains college recruiting, affirmative action and career development programs.
Develops and maintains successful relationships with hiring managers to best understand business unit functions, team needs, qualify requested hiring, and assist in ensuring right talent selected to supplement company.
May conduct research and analyze data on assigned projects.