Job Description

    District Recruiter - 24-25 school year JobID: 475
  • Position Type:
    92 District Office

  • Date Posted:
    2/1/2024

  • Location:
    District Office
    (High-Needs School)


  • Date Available:
    July 1, 2024

  • Closing Date:
    02/26/2024

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    TITLE: District Recruiter
    Budget Source: Grant Funded
    Salary: $50K-$60K considering skill, experience, and education
    SUPERVISOR: Chief Human Capital Officer

    JOB SUMMARY: The primary responsibility of the District Recruiter is to advance recruitment efforts in collaboration
    with district administrators through the implementation of a comprehensive recruitment plan with emphasis on
    candidates of color, bilingual candidates, and candidates who have licensure for hard-to-fill areas. He or she will also
    be the point of contact for all interested candidates to the district and assist with onboarding of all new employees.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential
    function satisfactorily.
    >In collaboration with district administrators to develop, create, and implement a strategic recruitment andretention plan.
    >Utilize social media, including university job boards, LinkedIn, SchoolSpring, Facebook, and diverse
    innovation technology resources to manage recruitment processes.
    >Advise all prospective employees regarding job postings, background information about the school district,
    and the interview and hiring procedures.
    >Review new job applications daily to locate candidates of color, bilingual candidates, and candidates who
    have licensure for hard-to-fill areas.
    >Create a diverse applicant pool and pipeline by actively encouraging qualified individuals to apply for
    positions in the district.
    >Work with the Chief Human Capital Officer in order to build and support the most efficient system possible
    to efficiently clear employees to start work.
    >Develop a supportive relationship with employees of color throughout the district.
    >Champion the Grow Our Own program to develop employee and student group pipelines through research,
    planning, presentations, data and tracking, budget reports, and clerical duties.
    >Work closely with principals and directors in determining personnel needs and filling vacancies with qualified
    applicants.
    >Support administrators in their hiring processes including answering questions; keeping interview, reference
    check, and paperwork materials up-to-date; and as a point of contact to check on the onboarding status of
    new hires.
    >Assist in planning and implementing monthly orientations for new hires, including New Employee Orientation
    in August.
    >Assist the Academic Department with preparation for and implementation of New Teacher Orientation in
    July/August.
    >Assist new hires with onboarding tasks as needed and be a point of contact to provide proactive support and
    information about licensure for teachers and paraprofessionals.
    >Build and enrich relationships with colleges, universities, individuals, and community partners.
    >Actively research and pursue opportunities to make presentations and attend events at colleges,
    universities, and local organizations.
    >Advise student teachers regarding hiring procedures and regulations and develop and implement recruiting
    methods to gain their employment.
    >Maintain and review recruitment budget reports.
    >Manage and develop all recruitment and career fairs, including local and state-wide colleges and universities
    as well as district-hosted job fairs.
    >Develop updated and new brochures, website features, videos, and other forms of media for recruiting and
    positive imaging of the district.
    >Research, develop, and support retention initiatives.
    >Develop and implement all recruitment and retention practices through an equity lens and a dedication to
    increase the diversity of our staff population.? Cross-train on other Human Resources departmental roles within the Human Resource department to assist
    colleagues as needed.
    >Confer with other department colleagues and assist them with Human Resources duties as directed.
    >Perform any and all additional duties as assigned by the Chief Human Capital Officer .

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    EDUCATION
    >Minimum of an Associates or Bachelors degree, Masters degree preferred.
    EXPERIENCE
    >Minimum of two years experience in Human Resources, schools, marketing, and/or recruiting is preferred
    >Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Apps, and other common technology tools
    >Experience with event planning, networking and relationship building preferred
    OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
    >Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with the public
    >Ability to handle conflict in a productive manner
    >Maintain strict confidentiality in regard to student and personnel records
    >Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
    >Ability to multi-task and handle interruptions
    >Strong public relations skills and ability to build relationships with people from diverse backgrounds
    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
    >Salary is commensurate with experience
    >Twelve-month position
    >8 hours per day with occasional weekend and evening hours as needed
    >District-level, non-administrative position
    EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on
    evaluation of support personnel.


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