TalentWorld is currently recruiting a Recruitment Coordinator in downtown Toronto.
Our client is looking to hire a Recruitment Coordinator to join their professional staffing division on a temporary to potential permanent basis.
The ideal person for this position will be personable and have excellent communication skills, as well as the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
If you are an excellent relationship builder and demonstrate strong initiative and judgment, then this could be the perfect opportunity for you to showcase your skills!
Recruitment Coordinator Responsibilities :
Phone screen new candidates and book suitable candidates for Relationship Managers
Compose compelling job advertisements to post on major job boards and other relevant websites
Refer suitable candidates to the Manager or Recruiter based on resume inbox review, database and job board searches as directed by Manager or Recruiter
Conduct behavioral based reference checks and prepare written references; flag and communicate concerns identified in reference to Manager or Recruiter
Submit education / credit / criminal background checks and upload results into ATS
Maintain paperless files by entering and scanning candidate files into ATS, pass relevant information to Finance for processing
Prepare resumes of candidates for presentation to clients in a professional manner
Prepare job lists and attend job order meetings to keep up to date
In Manager’s absence, check voicemail and handle situations using best judgment bringing matters to the attention of the Manager (i.
e. client requests or orders)
Assist in maintaining various tearsheets and distribution lists for recruiting or client contact
Assist with preparing various communications targeted to clients and candidates
Source names and contact information of prospects
Filing, photocopying and other duties as assigned
Recruitment Coordinator Qualifications :
Requires 3-5 years of experience in an administrative / professional support function in a fast-paced environment, dealing with moderately complex issues and managing conflicting priorities
Undergraduate degree or post-secondary education preferred.
Other professional related training and development to keep skills current, including office productivity software
Detail oriented, extremely well organized, and able to manage time and multi-task to accomplish a multitude of tasks, with conflicting priorities and timelines
Advanced level PC skills (MS Office : Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
Ability to work both independently and as a team player
Ability to deal with confidential materials in an appropriate manner
Employment Conditions :
Pay : Competitive Hourly Rate
Duration : Temp to Perm
Hours : Monday to Friday, regular office hours
Location : Downtown Toronto