University of Rochester Sourcing Strategist, Faculty Recruitment - 224802 in Rochester, New York
Sourcing Strategist, Faculty Recruitment Job ID 224802
Full/Part Time Full-TimeFavorite Job
Full Time 40 hours Grade 052 Talent Acquisition
8 AM-5 PM
The University of Rochester is looking for a Sourcing Strategist to focus on recruitment sourcing strategies for faculty recruitment across our organization. The ideal candidate will have experience partnering effectively with faculty leaders to analyze, plan and unfold Recruits that reinforce our obligation to create equitable access to job opportunities at the University of Rochester.
In collaboration with the Talent Acquisition team, develops a comprehensive sourcing plan that anticipates needs in their area of focus, enterprise wide and focuses on strategic develop of partnerships that are likely to produce future candidates. Initiates the planning, developing, implementation and evaluation of sourcing strategies and activities to support the faculty recruitment needs of divisions across the University.
Under general direction with latitude for exercise of independent judgment within established guidelines:
Partner with Talent Acquisition Specialists to understands the recruitment needs of the business units. Subsequently identities opportunities to further develop relationships with programs and organizations that present opportunities for placement.
Strategies should include; developing and maintaining relationships with appropriate recruitment sources for qualified and diverse candidates, utilization of a variety of effective advertising and social media, developing relationships with schools and programs that graduate qualified candidates, creation of ad plans: journals, listservs, and websites to post the job (include web link and cost)
Works with Talent Acquisition Specialists to screen and perform reference checks (where applicable) on qualified candidates in preparation for referral to hiring managers.
Supports departments with interviews where needed including assisting with the development of interview questions and templates.
Provides guidance to departments on University policies and procedures and educates hiring managers related to:
Counseling of applicants concerning university benefits and perks and maintains a working knowledge of updates and changes to benefits that would impact recruitment efforts and collateral material.
Acts as University representative at recruitment events in the community, at schools, at public and private employment agencies and placement offices, and facilitation of recruitment/training of applications efforts. Participates on committees and boards as requested.
Collaborates with Staff Diversity & Inclusion and Affirmative Action Manager to identify departments that need support in sourcing and hiring efforts to produce diverse candidate pools to meet the Universities Affirmative Action obligations; Underutilization /Adverse Impact.
Maintains records and provides reports of activities and statistics to department managers, HR partners and leaders as needed.
Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.Previous experience recruiting Faculty and Physicians preferred.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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