HUMAN RESOURCES RECRUITER (PCN 724)
Work Hours: 8-430
The Human Resources Recruiter is responsible for delivering all facets of recruitment success throughout the organization along with technical, clerical and record keeping duties for the Human Resources (HR) department. The HR Recruiter will partner with managers to anticipate and meet the evolving recruitment needs of the hospital and play a critical role in hiring the best possible talent for the organization. The position will nurture and develop relationships with prospective talent and manage on-going hiring manager relationships.
- High school diploma or GED; plus a two year degree from a recognized college or university, 4 year degree preferred.HR certification such as PHR, SPHR may be considered a substitute for some of the education requirements.
- At least two (2) years of Staffing/Recruitment experience within a general Human Resources background; strong understanding and ability to recruit in all levels of the organization from entry level to professional staff.
- Clear understanding of the recruitment lifecycle process; must have experience in mapping and sourcing resumes from all sources with strong vendor manager skills related to recruitment activities, such as search firms and job boards.
- Knowledge of computer software applications that includes word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentation software (MSWord, Excel, Publisher, Power Point). Comfortable using social media and web-based software applications.
- RACR certification required within the first year of employment.
South Peninsula Hospital is a combined 22 bed Acute care hospital and 28 bed long term care facility located at the southern end of the Kenai Peninsula in South-Central Alaska. The working environment is generally pleasant, clean and well maintained. The position requires a moderate amount of mobility. The ability to reason, speak and have basic manual dexterity is essential. There is the need to attend meetings and classes both inside and outside of the Hospital setting and to participate in interviews or provide training within the Hospital building. Physical demands are moderate and may include sitting, standing for prolonged periods, walking, stooping and occasional lifting. Psychological demands can be very strenuous. Most work is performed inside and the work is generally of a positive nature.