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        • New Westminster, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        Our client is looking for a Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team in New Westminster, B.C!As the successful candidate, you enjoy partnering with hiring managers across the business to hire top talent for their teams. You have an extensive network which you are endlessly trying to grow. You put a large emphasis on delivering a positive candidateexperience in both presenting offers and delivering rejections, and you want to build relationships with candidates and support the communities they are a part of.Job Duties:● Manage the full-cycle recruitment including, but not limited to, advertising open roles on various platforms, sourcing, screening applications, and presenting and negotiating offers● Work closely with their Leadership team and key cross-functional stakeholders to ensure successful workforce planning● Establish and maintain relationships with external recruitment agencies● Use and create innovative sourcing strategies to attract top talent and build a pipeline for various roles● Work closely with hiring managers to understand hiring needs, identify requirements of new roles, assist with creating job specs and screening applications● Coach and support hiring managers in identifying interview evaluation criteria● Provide and share reports with leadership on recruiting efforts● Ensure a positive candidate experience by providing timely follow-ups with updates and feedback● Represent the whole team at Job Fairs and other industry events● Help establish a strong employer brand by promoting at every touchpoint in the recruitment process and working closely with the Marketing team● Continually identify best practices and improvements in the recruitment processRequirements:● Bachelor's degree in a related field of study.● 3+ years full-time experience working in recruitment; preferably in-house recruitment within the games industry.● Strong business acumen and proven ability to recruit across different departments/disciplines (Programmers, Marketing Specialists, Tech Artists, Level Designers, etc.) and levels of seniority● Demonstrated experience using a variety of innovative methods to source candidates and fill hard-to-fill roles● Experience establishing and maintaining robust candidate pipelines● Experience using various platforms to recruit top talent e.g. LinkedIn● Knowledge of recruiting tools and data management/reporting techniques● An interest in gaming and industry trends● Detail-oriented, organized, and capable of prioritizing workload to complete tasks and meet deadlines, strong negotiation skills, results-driven and strong team playerAdvantagesOur client is looking for a Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team in New Westminster, B.C!As the successful candidate, you enjoy partnering with hiring managers across the business to hire top talent for their teams. You have an extensive network which you are endlessly trying to grow. You put a large emphasis on delivering a positive candidateexperience in both presenting offers and delivering rejections, and you want to build relationships with candidates and support the communities they are a part of.Responsibilities● Manage the full-cycle recruitment including, but not limited to, advertising open roles on various platforms, sourcing, screening applications and presenting and negotiating offers● Work closely with their Leadership team and key cross-functional stakeholders to ensure successful workforce planning● Establish and maintain relationships with external recruitment agencies● Use and create innovative sourcing strategies to attract top talent and build a pipeline for various roles● Work closely with hiring managers to understand hiring needs, identify requirements of new roles, assist with creating job specs and screening applications● Coach and support hiring managers in identifying interview evaluation criteria● Provide and share reports with leadership on recruiting efforts● Ensure a positive candidate experience by providing timely follow-ups with updates and feedback● Represent the whole team at Job Fairs and other industry events● Help establish a strong employer brand by promoting at every touchpoint in the recruitment process and working closely with the Marketing team● Continually identify best practices and improvements in the recruitment processQualifications● Bachelor's degree in a related field of study.● 3+ years full-time experience working in recruitment; preferably in-house recruitment within the games industry.● Strong business acumen and proven ability to recruit across different departments/disciplines (Programmers, Marketing Specialists, Tech Artists, Level Designers etc.) and levels of seniority● Demonstrated experience using a variety of innovative methods to source candidates and fill hard-to-fill roles● Experience establishing and maintaining robust candidate pipelines● Experience using various platforms to recruit top talent e.g. LinkedIn● Knowledge of recruiting tools and data management/reporting techniquesSummaryIf you feel that this may be the role for you, please email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.caThanks in advance for your application!
        Our client is looking for a Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team in New Westminster, B.C!As the successful candidate, you enjoy partnering with hiring managers across the business to hire top talent for their teams. You have an extensive network which you are endlessly trying to grow. You put a large emphasis on delivering a positive candidateexperience in both presenting offers and delivering rejections, and you want to build relationships with candidates and support the communities they are a part of.Job Duties:● Manage the full-cycle recruitment including, but not limited to, advertising open roles on various platforms, sourcing, screening applications, and presenting and negotiating offers● Work closely with their Leadership team and key cross-functional stakeholders to ensure successful workforce planning● Establish and maintain relationships with external recruitment agencies● Use and create innovative sourcing strategies to attract top talent and build a pipeline for various roles● Work closely with hiring managers to understand hiring needs, identify requirements of new roles, assist with creating job specs and screening applications● Coach and support hiring managers in identifying interview evaluation criteria● Provide and share reports with leadership on recruiting efforts● Ensure a positive candidate experience by providing timely follow-ups with updates and feedback● Represent the whole team at Job Fairs and other industry events● Help establish a strong employer brand by promoting at every touchpoint in the recruitment process and working closely with the Marketing team● Continually identify best practices and improvements in the recruitment processRequirements:● Bachelor's degree in a related field of study.● 3+ years full-time experience working in recruitment; preferably in-house recruitment within the games industry.● Strong business acumen and proven ability to recruit across different departments/disciplines (Programmers, Marketing Specialists, Tech Artists, Level Designers, etc.) and levels of seniority● Demonstrated experience using a variety of innovative methods to source candidates and fill hard-to-fill roles● Experience establishing and maintaining robust candidate pipelines● Experience using various platforms to recruit top talent e.g. LinkedIn● Knowledge of recruiting tools and data management/reporting techniques● An interest in gaming and industry trends● Detail-oriented, organized, and capable of prioritizing workload to complete tasks and meet deadlines, strong negotiation skills, results-driven and strong team playerAdvantagesOur client is looking for a Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team in New Westminster, B.C!As the successful candidate, you enjoy partnering with hiring managers across the business to hire top talent for their teams. You have an extensive network which you are endlessly trying to grow. You put a large emphasis on delivering a positive candidateexperience in both presenting offers and delivering rejections, and you want to build relationships with candidates and support the communities they are a part of.Responsibilities● Manage the full-cycle recruitment including, but not limited to, advertising open roles on various platforms, sourcing, screening applications and presenting and negotiating offers● Work closely with their Leadership team and key cross-functional stakeholders to ensure successful workforce planning● Establish and maintain relationships with external recruitment agencies● Use and create innovative sourcing strategies to attract top talent and build a pipeline for various roles● Work closely with hiring managers to understand hiring needs, identify requirements of new roles, assist with creating job specs and screening applications● Coach and support hiring managers in identifying interview evaluation criteria● Provide and share reports with leadership on recruiting efforts● Ensure a positive candidate experience by providing timely follow-ups with updates and feedback● Represent the whole team at Job Fairs and other industry events● Help establish a strong employer brand by promoting at every touchpoint in the recruitment process and working closely with the Marketing team● Continually identify best practices and improvements in the recruitment processQualifications● Bachelor's degree in a related field of study.● 3+ years full-time experience working in recruitment; preferably in-house recruitment within the games industry.● Strong business acumen and proven ability to recruit across different departments/disciplines (Programmers, Marketing Specialists, Tech Artists, Level Designers etc.) and levels of seniority● Demonstrated experience using a variety of innovative methods to source candidates and fill hard-to-fill roles● Experience establishing and maintaining robust candidate pipelines● Experience using various platforms to recruit top talent e.g. LinkedIn● Knowledge of recruiting tools and data management/reporting techniquesSummaryIf you feel that this may be the role for you, please email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.caThanks in advance for your application!
        • Burnaby, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        Our client is seeking a motivated, resourceful, and agile individual to join their team as a Senior Human Resources Consultant. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, the successful candidate will advise, consult, and support the corporate office business groups on all HR-related matters. You will develop, manage, coordinate, and administer a variety of programs and activities covering multiple HR activities. Accountabilities:• Provide day to day advisory support to managers and employees to assist them in achieving business goals and objectives.• Assist with implementing and maintaining national HR programs and processes in the areas of talent management, succession planning, performance management, organizational design, employee relations, and employee engagement. • Investigate and report on allegations of harassment, discrimination, and violence in the workplace.• Assist managers and employees to effectively apply HR policies and programs to ensure consistency in interpretation and application. • Analyzing HR metric trends to provide recommended changes to programs. • Participate in implementing organizational change initiatives and participate in cross-functional teams and projects as required. • Support disability management activities.• Respond to the more difficult functional queries of a confidential and sensitive nature. Requirements:• University degree or college diploma in Human Resources.• A minimum of 5 years progressive HR Generalist experience supporting corporate functional groups. • Previous experience in labor relations is preferred.• Understanding of HR governance, legislation, and regulatory environment in order to identify issues and appropriately consult with managers and employees.• Demonstrated business acumen and consulting skills.• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint. • Detail-oriented, self-motivated and resourceful.• Strong leadership, coaching, facilitation skills.AdvantagesOur client is seeking a motivated, resourceful, and agile individual to join their team as a Senior Human Resources Consultant. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, the successful candidate will advise, consult, and support the corporate office business groups on all HR-related matters. You will develop, manage, coordinate, and administer a variety of programs and activities covering multiple HR activities. Responsibilities• Provide day to day advisory support to managers and employees to assist them in achieving business goals and objectives.• Assist with implementing and maintaining national HR programs and processes in the areas of talent management, succession planning, performance management, organizational design, employee relations, and employee engagement. • Investigate and report on allegations of harassment, discrimination, and violence in the workplace.• Assist managers and employees to effectively apply HR policies and programs to ensure consistency in interpretation and application. • Analyzing HR metric trends to provide recommended changes to programs. • Participate in implementing organizational change initiatives and participate in cross-functional teams and projects as required. • Support disability management activities.• Respond to the more difficult functional queries of a confidential and sensitive nature. Qualifications• University degree or college diploma in Human Resources.• A minimum of 5 years progressive HR Generalist experience supporting corporate functional groups. • Previous experience in labor relations is preferred.• Understanding of HR governance, legislation, and regulatory environment in order to identify issues and appropriately consult with managers and employees.• Demonstrated business acumen and consulting skills.• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint. • Detail-oriented, self-motivated and resourceful.• Strong leadership, coaching, facilitation skills.SummaryPlease email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca if you feel that this may be the role for you!Thanks in advance for your application!
        Our client is seeking a motivated, resourceful, and agile individual to join their team as a Senior Human Resources Consultant. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, the successful candidate will advise, consult, and support the corporate office business groups on all HR-related matters. You will develop, manage, coordinate, and administer a variety of programs and activities covering multiple HR activities. Accountabilities:• Provide day to day advisory support to managers and employees to assist them in achieving business goals and objectives.• Assist with implementing and maintaining national HR programs and processes in the areas of talent management, succession planning, performance management, organizational design, employee relations, and employee engagement. • Investigate and report on allegations of harassment, discrimination, and violence in the workplace.• Assist managers and employees to effectively apply HR policies and programs to ensure consistency in interpretation and application. • Analyzing HR metric trends to provide recommended changes to programs. • Participate in implementing organizational change initiatives and participate in cross-functional teams and projects as required. • Support disability management activities.• Respond to the more difficult functional queries of a confidential and sensitive nature. Requirements:• University degree or college diploma in Human Resources.• A minimum of 5 years progressive HR Generalist experience supporting corporate functional groups. • Previous experience in labor relations is preferred.• Understanding of HR governance, legislation, and regulatory environment in order to identify issues and appropriately consult with managers and employees.• Demonstrated business acumen and consulting skills.• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint. • Detail-oriented, self-motivated and resourceful.• Strong leadership, coaching, facilitation skills.AdvantagesOur client is seeking a motivated, resourceful, and agile individual to join their team as a Senior Human Resources Consultant. Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, the successful candidate will advise, consult, and support the corporate office business groups on all HR-related matters. You will develop, manage, coordinate, and administer a variety of programs and activities covering multiple HR activities. Responsibilities• Provide day to day advisory support to managers and employees to assist them in achieving business goals and objectives.• Assist with implementing and maintaining national HR programs and processes in the areas of talent management, succession planning, performance management, organizational design, employee relations, and employee engagement. • Investigate and report on allegations of harassment, discrimination, and violence in the workplace.• Assist managers and employees to effectively apply HR policies and programs to ensure consistency in interpretation and application. • Analyzing HR metric trends to provide recommended changes to programs. • Participate in implementing organizational change initiatives and participate in cross-functional teams and projects as required. • Support disability management activities.• Respond to the more difficult functional queries of a confidential and sensitive nature. Qualifications• University degree or college diploma in Human Resources.• A minimum of 5 years progressive HR Generalist experience supporting corporate functional groups. • Previous experience in labor relations is preferred.• Understanding of HR governance, legislation, and regulatory environment in order to identify issues and appropriately consult with managers and employees.• Demonstrated business acumen and consulting skills.• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint. • Detail-oriented, self-motivated and resourceful.• Strong leadership, coaching, facilitation skills.SummaryPlease email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca if you feel that this may be the role for you!Thanks in advance for your application!

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