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Director of Talent Acquisition

Calling all talent-acquiring experts living in Latin America: If you have a knack for pulling in top-quality teammates, and you're looking to globally develop your career, WebCreek is the opportunity you've awaited.

Location:
Mexico City
Company:
WebCreek
Details:

The Director of Talent Acquisition will lead the overall talent acquisition process for the US and LATAM markets. In this leadership role, the Director will manage the full recruitment life cycle, candidate experience, and relocation, immigration, and any other recruiting-related programs. This individual is responsible for the management and development of the recruiting team, and for ensuring that the team meets or exceeds their goals. The Director will build relationships with internal stakeholders and leaders across multiple Webcreek divisions, in addition to external vendors. This role will report to the company’s CEO.

Qualifications:

Fluent English and Spanish Solid experience in recruiting, with proven experience in a fast-paced environment

Minimum of 3 years experience managing recruiters and recruitment support staff

Previous experience as a recruiter, with a solid understanding of the recruitment life cycle

Leader in creating transformational change initiatives

Strong strategic and consultative customer service mindset

Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, with public speaking and presentation abilities at all organizational levels

Must have experience working with applicant tracking systems

Experience working in a matrix organization, with the ability to partner and influence across all levels in the organization

Proven track record of successfully building rapport and trust throughout an organization, and the ability to maintain confidential information

Needs to be able to create and execute project plans, strategic local programs, and deliverables Strong data mindset that must be able to research and deliver analytics

Excellent project leader and organizational skills, meeting all deadlines

Outstanding organizational skills, organizing and managing time effectively

Knowledge of interviewing principles and employment law

Vendor management experience strongly preferred

Proven experience with Microsoft Office Suite

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities Lead, guide, and develop a team of qualified recruitment professionals Manage team capacity and allocation to ensure that all hiring goals are met Build strong partnerships with hiring managers, leaders, and executives to advise on best practices, key hiring decisions, and workforce planning Provide thought leadership and strategically identify sources of top talent for hard-to-fill positions Develop key initiatives to recruit diverse talent Oversee and advise on various recruitment-related programs, including pre-employment screenings, annual background screening process, immigrations, branding, and more Work closely with the Human Resource team on key initiatives for the organization, such as system implementations, hiring policies, processes, etc. Lead process improvement initiatives to meet the changing needs of the organization and to remove obstacles in the recruitment process Participate in company training initiatives that support interviewing and hiring best practices, including behavioral interview training Expand on current reporting and metrics to provide data used for hiring decisions Support acquisition activity to ensure a positive new hire experience for new teammates

Language(s) Required:
English Spanish
Full/Part Time:
Full Time
Salary:
Contact Name:
Vera Spychka
Address:
Mexico City Mexico
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