Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation
The Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation (the Foundation) convenes and catalyzes business, education, and community to enhance college and career readiness, develop a stronger workforce, and build healthier communities throughout Arizona. The Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, leads the charitable and education initiatives of the Greater Phoenix Chamber under the four pillars of education, workforce development, wellness, and research. Through stronger alignment between education, business, and community, the Foundation prepares individuals for college and career and serves as an intermediary to convey workforce needs and champion scalable workforce solutions. In addition, the Foundation makes Arizona and the Greater Phoenix region known as destinations for healthy talent and healthy communities through workplace wellness efforts and publishes data-driven research to inform policymakers, business leaders, and the general public.
Greater Phoenix Chamber
The Greater Phoenix Chamber (Chamber) is the leading business organization for the Greater Phoenix region. We catalyze regional prosperity with forward thinking public policy, intentional economic growth and diverse, prepared talent. We accomplish this by building a policy environment where businesses thrive, serving as a resource and voice for AZ economic data and policy, and developing and attracting a skilled, talented, diverse workforce to meet demands of growth industries.
Skills for America’s Future
Skills for America’s Future is committed to increasing the economic mobility of the under and unemployed by connecting them to quality jobs through our deep partnership and understanding of the unique human capital needs of our network of engaged employers. This approach drives systemic change and innovation and can be seen through both the employers’ skilled and diverse workforce, and the economic mobility provided to the job seekers who are no longer unemployed/unemployed. The Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation is launching a regional jobs-first hiring model based on the Skills for America’s Future model.
Who are we looking for today?
We are interested in hiring people who have a passion for Phoenix and a desire to make the Greater Phoenix region a great place to live, work, and play. Ideal candidates will bring a passion for working to improve lives, expand economic prosperity, and foster collective action and impact with industry-sector leadership and community and education partners.
We are looking for a Recruiter that will be responsible for recruiting talent to meet the evolving needs of our hiring partners. The Recruiter reports to the Director of Workforce Innovation.
- We are seeking a self-motivated, hands-on full-time Recruiter with a minimum of 1.5-2 years of work experience in a recruiting/staffing function with community-based organization exp.
- This position will work in collaboration with the Director of Workforce Innovation to ensure the successful launch of theregional jobs-first hiring initiative, including the development of processes and procedures based on the national model, successfully hiring and training a Recruiter with support from the national expansion team, and developing and monitoring Key Performance Indicators to assess progress.
- The Recruiter will:
- Source, recruit, screen, interview and assess high volumes of candidates for exempt and nonexempt roles to exceed the client’s needs and expectations.
- Partner with Corporate leadership to forecast and develop plans for key staffing initiatives.
- Be responsible for implementing staffing and recruiting processes, strategies, and solutions.
- Develop strong relationships within the community and partner with hiring managers and business leaders.
- Maintain accurate candidate records and ensure ATS is accurate.
- Track and report key metrics designed to measure and predict staffing activity.
- Perform regular follow-ups with the respective candidates to ensure the timeliness of the recruiting process.
- Proactively seek new avenues to attract candidates.
- Possess excellent consultative skills and proven experience in all recruiting methods, including passive sourcing.
- Develop strong partnerships with community-based organizations that can refer candidates from target populations to job opportunities.
The Foundation is looking for candidates with the following knowledge, skills, and abilities desirable for job success:
- 1.5 – 2 years of recent high-volume, fast-paced staffing/recruitment experience
- Recruitment experience in healthcare/finance/banking is a plus
- Knowledge of recruiting software is a plus but not required.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, communication skills, and team-based project experience.
- Detail-oriented with a sense of urgency.
- Must possess excellent judgment to prioritize work, handle multiple projects at once and meet objectives.
- Must have proven experience supporting a high volume of full-cycle requisitions.
- A clear understanding of the end-to-end recruitment lifecycle processes and best practices.
- Must have experience in mapping and sourcing resumes from all sources, including job boards.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and in-depth knowledge of data mining and internet research, and internet recruiting.
- Must be able to travel to meetings regularly; reliable transportation is necessary; initial out-of-state travel for training is required.
- Must pass a background check, fingerprint clearance, and a drug test.
Staff members are expected to be in-person at the Chamber offices 1-2 days per week and remote the remaining 3-4 days.
Qualified candidates should respond by sending a confidential cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to email@example.com. Please include the position in the subject line of your submission.
NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. GPC is an equal-opportunity employer. No person will be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, color, age, national origin, disability or any other legally protected classes.