Who are we looking for?
We are looking for a Senior Recruitment Coordinator who has a passion
for Higher Education and Human Resources to join our team!
What will you work on?
The Senior Recruitment Coordinator plans and
coordinate successful recruitment efforts for faculty, staff, adjunct instructors, and temporary employees that result in the selection of high - quality talent while adhering to best hiring practices.
The Senior Coordinator maintains the university’s recruitment and onboarding software system and ensures a quality experience for both hiring managers/search chairs and applicants.
Examples of recruitment duties:
• Developing interview questions, determining appropriate supplemental advertising or other
recruitment strategies and techniques, submit all job requisitions through the appropriate
approval process using the applicant tracking system, candidate sourcing, participating in the
interview process, managing the candidate offer process, ensuring all search records are
retained in accordance with university policy, coordinates any required pre - employment screenings, and other activities to support quality recruitment effortsServe as the primary manager of the university’s applicant tracking system. Maintain
the system, coordinate updates and upgrades, troubleshoot system errors, recommend system enhancements, etc.
Develop and provide training on the applicant tracking system to hiring
managers, search chairs, and other participants in the recruitment process
Ensure the integrity and accuracy of recruitment related data by regularly reviewing
information, creating employee records in our ERP/HRIS system, ensuring candidate
status/disposition is current, and performing data maintenance.
Manages the new employee onboarding process, establishing new employee records,
coordinating orientations, and related activities.
Who will you work with?
The Senior Coordinator regularly collaborates with hiring managers,
faculty, and university leadership across the university to support the recruiting and onboarding
process for the institution.
The Senior Coordinator also collaborates with the HR team contributing
to departmental initiatives and reports to the Vice President for Human Resources.
What will you bring?
A bachelor's degree in Human Resources or related field is required. Certifications such as
PHR, SPHR, SHRM CP, or SHRSCP preferred.
A minimum of three years’ experience in a Human Resources position or functional area
including experience in recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits and/or related
activities is required. A suitable combination of education and experience may be substituted
in lieu of minimum qualifications.
(For instance, a Master’s degree in a human resource
related field may equate to years of experience.)
Experience within a higher education environment and/or working with relational databases,
ERP systems, and/or Banner/Ellucian is preferred.
Demonstrated commitment to the value of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Knowledge of best practices and current trends in talent acquisition for higher education.
Demonstrated technology skills including proficiency in MS Office Suite, Internet, common
software applications, and social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn) as well as an aptitude to acquire new technology skills.
Knowledge of applicable state and federal laws governing hiring and employment.
Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.
Ability to create error free correspondence and communications including
excellent proofreading skills.
Ability to develop a rapport with department leaders, hiring managers, prospective
employees, and new hires to ensure successful recruitment processes.
Ability to multitask in a fast paced, customer service oriented environment.
Ability to work independently as well as in a team. Excels in collaboration and accepts
direction from supervisor.
Strong analytical, problem solving, and planning skills.
Commitment to continuing education in the field of recruitment/talent management and
related topics in Human Resources.
Ability to handle confidential matters with appropriate discretion.
Why work for us?
We offer a lively campus work environment and are proud to offer a comprehensive benefits
package including health (medical, dental and vision) insurance, tuition remission for employees and
qualifying dependents who wish to take classes or pursue a degree at OCU.
Staff enjoy a generous leave program intended to support work/life balance including an extended holiday break, 14.5 holidays per year and summer hours (Monday through Thursday, 8am - 5.30pm).
Additional Programs and Benefits
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Confidential resource available to employees and
family members to assist with a wide range of work/life balance
Voluntary Benefits – The university offers several payroll deducted voluntary plans including
reduced gym membership at Gold’s Gym, accidental injury and critical illness policies, auto
insurance through Liberty Mutual, and other offers that vary by
Fitness Center Access – Employees may use the on - campus fitness center at no cost.
Currently, the center is closed to faculty and staff due to the pandemic, but will reopen when
Free and/or Discounted Event Admission – Employees may attend athletic events at no
cost when competition resumes.
Other event tickets may be discounted. Wellness Time – Staff get 60 minutes of wellness time to use in on campus activities each week.
Tuition Exchange Programs -
We participate in two tuition exchange programs that offer
opportunities for scholarship awards to qualifying dependents seeking undergraduate
degrees at participating institutions
Discounted Meals – Employees pay a reduced rate for meals in the cafeteria.
Currently, the Caf does not offer a dine - in option for employees, however, the discounted rate applies for
to - go meals.
It is expected that the Caf will reopen to employees when pandemic conditions
Monthly salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications, up to $$3,956.33