Your business can't thrive without salespeople, accountants, and customer service representatives, but what about your recruiting team? They are the key to every other position in the company (sometimes even to the CEO). A great recruiter can find you the talent you need to grow your company beyond what you thought possible. When you hire a great recruiter, you hire the potential for future success.
According to Forbes, exceptional recruiters are the ones who "realize that the battle is won in the trenches, in which every conversation with a candidate can lead to a return on investment." Recruiters are masters of finding talent. Because they're the gatekeepers who open the door to all your future employees, you want to find the best recruiter possible.
BeamJobs knows that hiring someone with that level of responsibility can be frightening, but we make the process easy. Just follow this guide, complete with examples, outlines, and advice, so you can find the right person to hire the best people.
Job details: Syrah Marie Social Graces is the first fully online etiquette school focusing on the neurodivergent community. We believe that everyone can thrive in their environment, but sometimes we need a nudge in the right direction to truly grow. We're looking for a recruiter who will exemplify Syrah Marie's culture and mission to search for the best talent.
We need someone diligent and thorough but also kind and genuine. Our recruiter will search for candidates to fill all teaching positions at Syrah Marie, starting with four roles so we can offer two part-time classes in fall 2022, with full-time courses beginning in 2023.
We are an equal opportunity employer and will hire whomever best fits this role regardless of disability (including neurodivergence), sex, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristics outlined by federal and state law.
About the company: Syrah Marie Social Graces was founded during the 2020 pandemic when three sisters from Newark, California realized that neurodivergent people everywhere were struggling to cope. We recognize that this group experiences the world differently, and we want to encourage them to grow their confidence, develop their leadership skills, and thrive in any environment. So, we founded Syrah Marie to fulfill that need. You were born to be different, and we're here to help you embrace that difference so you can use it to change the world around you.
We offer general and categorical classes, separated by types of neurodivergence. Our general courses are great for anyone, while our categorical courses are great for any neurodivergent person who wants help navigating our increasingly social world. Try up to 10 of our classes completely free, and get a discount on all services if you share us on social media! Experience Syrah Marie today to become the "you" you've always wanted to be.
Job details: Hiring technical aerospace positions for your structural team can feel impossible, but that's why Aerrow exists. We are a retained executive search firm that exclusively hires structural teams for jumbo passenger jets such as the Boeing 747 and Airbus A300 families. Whether you need a structural analysis engineer or a lead durability and damage tolerance analyst, we can find the right candidate for the position.
We're looking for a technical recruiter to join our team to help fill positions across the aerospace industry. Our ideal candidate will have several years of technical recruiting experience with a passion for helping aerospace companies thrive. They will build a strong talent pipeline to fill roles quickly with quality candidates and establish strong relationships with clients. If you love working in the aerospace industry with a dynamic HR department, join Aerrow today!
About the company: Aerrow is the number one retained executive search firm for aerospace companies in the United States. We make it our life's mission to find superior talent to keep aerospace travel safe, healthy, and profitable. Our partners include top aerospace companies like Boeing, Gulfstream, Beechcraft, and Raytheon (who share our hometown of Waltham, MA). We find you the top candidates no matter the position, so you never have to worry about vacancies or poor performance. At Aerrow, we find the best, so you can be the best.
Job details: Edevane Darling is known for luxury and old-world elegance in the U.S. hospitality industry. Our hotels bring five-star quality service and atmosphere to some of the most beautiful locations in the nation, including Bel Air, CA; East Hampton, NY; Martha's Vineyard, MA; Jackson, WY; Orlando, FL; and Scottsdale, AZ. When you want to vacation like royalty, stay at an Edevane Darling hotel!
Our senior recruiter will oversee the entire hiring process and our talented hiring team from our main location in Scottsdale. They will drive the hiring process to create an updated recruitment plan and methods for achieving improved hiring KPIs. In their day-to-day, they will be responsible for upholding Edevane Darling standards on all levels of the hiring process, ensuring that roles are filled by quality candidates promptly.
About the company: Edevane Darling has a long history of combining beloved European traditions, starting with our founding in 1923. Our founder, Jacob Whitsby, wanted to create a hotel that combined British elegance, Scandinavian hospitality, Irish ingenuity, and Spanish creativity. Thus, the first Edevane Darling Hotel in Scottsdale was born! Since then, we have continued to bring quality hospitality to visitors across the globe at our six locations, with more locations opening soon.
At every Edevane Darling location, you can expect stunning architecture, five-star restaurants, and attentive service. We partner with local businesses to provide the freshest regional produce and products possible. Our staff also knows everything you might want to discover about the area, so just ask if there's anything you need! If you prefer to stay closer to home, tour our art gallery or our expansive gardens. At Edevane Darling, everything you can dream of is right at your fingertips.
Job descriptions should represent your company well and encourage applications. More often, though, they're confusing, overwhelming, or just plain boring. No matter how many fancy job ads you crank out, recruiters will notice if your job description is poorly written. That's why we at BeamJobs do what we do, so your job description can shine!
More than just being well-written, job descriptions should be fun. At BeamJobs, we love writing job descriptions that meet every requirement without sacrificing personality. We make ours informative and engaging, even for technical positions. Recruiters especially appreciate entertaining job descriptions because they are strong communicators who excel at engaging their audience.
When it comes to writing such amazing job descriptions, we know it can feel impossible. No worries—we've got the writing process covered!
Like the recruitment process, writing a great job description goes in stages. The first step is to identify your company's needs, your applicants, and your future hires.
Identifying your company's biggest need means figuring out why you're hiring. Are you spending hours and countless resources searching out talent for your growing company? Are you fighting against a high turnover rate because of poor hiring processes and training? Establish who you're hiring and why you're hiring for that role.
The next step is filling in our handy outline: your recruiter's daily tasks, the credentials required for the position, and what perks the company offers. Talk to employees within your company to make it detailed while still concise.
Once everything is filled in, it can be tempting to submit it and be done. You're a good communicator, so you've already done a good job. But there's a gap between good work and great work. That gap is filled by revision.
Have you accomplished all the goals you set out to fulfill? Did you leave anything out? Trent University explains revision as the time to "re-envision" your piece. You'll also need to catch any typographical or grammatical errors. We all make minor mistakes, but when those mistakes add up, they can cost you your professional reputation.
So, cut out filler. Shorten your sentences. Brighten up your word choice. Make sure you've covered everything the applicant needs to know without overwhelming them.
Then you should consider your writing's tone. Your job description should reflect the personality of recruiters; it should be professional, personable, and practical, in addition to being well-written.
If you're not sure about your tone, that's okay—this step is all about getting feedback from the hiring team. Hand it off to your co-workers and ask for constructive criticism (while you take a well-needed break). Once you're refreshed, come back and review their edits, making the necessary changes.
The last step is reviewing your formatting. It might look perfect in your word processor, but each job board formats descriptions differently. You'll need to evaluate the formatting per website.
Then, all you need to do is inform HR about the flood of recruiter resumes you'll soon receive!
Feeling stuck? We've been there. Use this outline to structure your job description to perfection!
Job details: Recruiters know making a good impression immediately is crucial, so don't neglect this introduction. Here, you'll introduce the job, the company, and why you're hiring. Make it brief but don't sacrifice personality. Humor is a great way to get applicants interested right from the start.
What you'll be doing/Roles/Responsibilities/Requirements: Recruiters know their job is to get talent in the door, but what else do you require? This section should overview your future recruiter's daily tasks without getting too detailed. The goal is to strike a balance between general and specific. If you're too specific, it sounds overwhelming and bossy. If you're too vague, it becomes generalized and boring. Take a look at some of our examples below to find that sweet spot.
Qualifications: Recruiting qualifications can sound like a broken record—most recruiters do the same thing no matter the company. But keep in mind that your recruiter needs to represent your unique company well so they should be uniquely qualified. Be precise and establish some of the goals you hope to achieve, but remember you don't need to do so for every bullet point.
Benefits: This is the dessert section of your job description, so don't put it before the meat and potatoes (your requirements and qualifications). It's still important since it can help entice applicants, but keep it short and specific. Make sure to add some fun perks if you have them—some good ideas include gym memberships, discounts on merchandise, or company culture activities (We love Food Truck Fridays).
About the company: Most job descriptions put this first when it should be last. It's important to know about the company, but paragraphs and paragraphs about your company's achievements or history will bore your readers. Give some general facts, a bit of your mission statement, and some personal flair for a perfect "about us" section.
Recruiters straddle the line between the public and the company to ensure the appropriate personnel fills the roles. They take on a lot of responsibility to make sure they represent the company well, achieve its hiring goals, and keep the new employees happy.
If you need some help defining the role of a recruiter, look no further than this list. Not all recruiters will fulfill all of these functions, but it's a good general overview of a recruiter's job.