How To MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How To MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States in 2015 and 2016 – 10th fastest in Miami. We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment.
ABOUT THE POSITION
$45,000 to $55,000 Annually (plus commission)
Vision, Medical, Dental, 401K
We are looking to hire a talented high volume fast paced recruiter. In this role, you will manage searches against a timeline and utilize experience setting benchmarks and metrics. Our team thrives in an innovative, fast-paced environment, can roll up their sleeves, work hard, have fun and get the job done. The ideal candidate can work from anywhere in the USA or at our Miami office if they live in the Miami area.
This may involve full cycle recruiting (screening, scheduling, interviewing, testing, managing the hiring manager relationship, negotiating, employment branding, benefit and culture questions, follow through after the candidate is hired).
About the Job:
Recruit passive candidates and gauge chemistry of candidates for fit and motivation rather than simply sell a role.
Build and maintain network of potential candidates through proactive market research and on-going relationship management.
Conduct in-depth interviews of potential candidates, demonstrating ability to anticipate our organization’s preferences.
Recommend ideas and strategies related to recruitment that will contribute to the long-range growth of the company, implementing any new processes and fine tuning standard processes for recruiting to deliver great services to our members.
Articulate in writing recruiting plans with deliverables, timelines and a formal tracking process.
Interview candidates within the framework of the position specification. Screen, interview and prepare an ideal candidate slate within an appropriate and consistent timeline.
Work with Operations to determine appropriate salary ranges and negotiate compensation with candidates.
- 5+ years of corporate and or search firm progressive recruiting experience including sourcing and full life cycle recruiting
- Experience building and utilizing a variety of sourcing plans and tools, including proactive phone and internet research.
- Experience with sourcing, tracking and managing candidates
- MS Office – including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
- Experience managing and prioritizing multiple searches, projects and client relationships.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
- Strong commitment to continuous learning.
- Ability to proactively network and establish effective working relationships.
- Ability to continually seek new sourcing options, and develop creative approaches to sourcing and delivering candidates.
- Strong communication skills, organizational and negotiation skills.
- Ability to execute recruiting strategy, including employer promotion in the marketplace, candidate management, diversity sourcing, and interview process management.
- CTS/ATS experience with sourcing, tracking and managing candidate.
- Self-sufficient and able to work with little direct supervision.
- Possession of strong analytic skills with ability to create, measure, and scale the right workflow between candidates and hiring managers.
- Experience recruiting in a highly competitive environment.
- A background in technical recruiting is a plus.
To apply, please be sure to write your first name spelled backwards + Virtual Recruiter in the subject line to Recruiting@HowToManageASmallLawFirm.com. so we know you’re really paying attention. You might be surprised to know that every time we do this almost half of the applicants still ignore these instructions. Hopefully you won’t. Hickory Dickory dock,The mouse ran up the clock, The clock struck one, The mouse ran down, Hickory Dickory dock. You see, we can write anything here and half the applicants won’t even see it because they don’t read instructions. Oh, well.