Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture - and benefits - that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future - then take a look at this opportunity.
TALENT ACQUISITION AND HRGENERALIST , Resource Development - Human Resources and Strategic Talent Management (HR&STM) , to provide recruitment and general HR support for fund-raising and advancement staff. Will work closely with hiring managers and search committees on position descriptions, advertising venues, candidate sourcing and pre-screening, coordinating the interviewing process, negotiating salaries, and other related search processes; and provide customer service to internal clients and external candidates. Will spend the majority (80%) of the time on talent acquisition responsibilities, leading the team's efforts to continually improve sourcing plans and recruiting processes, and proactively identifying and resolving bottlenecks. Will also assist the HR&STM team with generalist responsibilities (20%), on-boarding advancement staff, coordinating payroll, and assisting with strategic projects as needed.
REQUIRED : a bachelor's degree; at least three years of relevant HR experience, including successful direct recruitment experience; excellent customer service, communications, interpersonal, organizational, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills; proactive approach to work; and demonstrated experience in a fast-paced, high volume environment. Seek an agile, organizationally savvy professional who is able to effectively manage competing demands, take on new challenges, and receive constructive feedback. Demonstrated experience using social media in recruitment and building diverse talent pools preferred, as is a solid understanding of compensation. Experience in advancement or higher education is highly desired. Job #17487-7
Internal Number: 17487
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