Laboratory Corporation of America Senior Recruiter in Dallas, Texas

As an integral member of the HR team, the Talent Acquisition Partner acts as the trusted advisor to the client groups they support to source and identify top talent, and to guide managers through hiring processes and decisions. The Talent Acquisition Partner will own specified strategies, programs, processes and policies and will work with the Talent Acquisition Manager to ensure alignment with the company goals, strategy, mission and vision.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the full-cycle recruitment process for a variety of positions, including scientific and technical roles

  • Source, screen, interview and assess a diverse pool of candidates for a wide range of positions within assigned client group

  • Partner with hiring managers to understand recruiting needs and recommend, develop and implement innovative and cost effective staffing strategies and tactics

  • Source talent utilizing a variety of methods including, employee referrals, progressive on-line sourcing tools including and niche job boards

  • Consult with managers on the selection and offer process

  • Serve as an internal consultant and talent advisor on best practices in recruiting to client groups. Continually research and evaluate the external marketplace to maintain an ongoing awareness of competitive practices, and leverage best practice methods and process improvements

  • Participate in recruitment planning discussions with business leaders and HR Business Partners

  • Assist in the development of relationships with colleges, universities and various outreach organizations such as; persons with disabilities, veterans and general outreach to diversity organizations within the community

  • Research, coordinate and participate in various recruitment strategies such as career fairs, college and university recruitment programs, and diversity organizations to educate the public about job opportunities as well as attract talent

  • Prepare metrics/stats, industry updates, state of the talent market and competitive landscape

  • Administer, maintain and promote affirmative action plans for designated business

Requirements

  • Bachelors' degree in human resources, business, or related field

  • 3-5 years "High Volume" recruiting experience preferred

  • Relevant HR certifications (SPHR,PHR,SHRM-CP) preferred

  • Demonstrated ability to recruit for broad and deep range of positions for multiple locations

  • Fluency in recruiting management software

  • Thorough understanding of employment law and legal compliance issues related to the interview and selection process

  • Proven ability to deliver against the following metrics: time-to-fill, retention, cost-per-hire and diversity of candidate slates

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • High level organizational skills, detail oriented and ability to multi-task

Shift

1

Schedule

Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm

As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.