The University of Dallas located in Irving is recruiting for a significant position on our Human Resources staff. The Talent Acquisition Manager is a highly visible position interfacing with all managers and departments on campus. You will also be able to work with the entire HR staff and enjoy a fast paced but collegial atmosphere as part of our team. It’s a great career move as you will run your own business but see how the entire Human Resources department operates.
The University offers excellent benefits such as free tuition for yourself and family members, approximately 30 total days off during the year consisting of holidays and vacation time; summer Fridays off; and a generous Christmas break while also accruing additional sick time. You have four healthcare benefits including a free plan. This is your opportunity to work with a highly recognized Human Resources team and lead our recruitment branding efforts. Members of all faiths are welcome at the University of Dallas.
Manage the recruitment and selection process from beginning to end, including, but not limited to, facilitation of the position requisition process, developing job postings to attract a diverse and highly skilled applicant pool, tracking and reviewing incoming applications, scheduling interviews and coordinating campus visits, conducting background and reference checks, and making job offers.
Serve as the applicant tracking system primary administrator and trainer. Assist hiring managers in access to, and review of, applications providing recommendations for interviews as needed. Implement and develop appropriate access, work flow, and system set-up.
Take initiative to develop and engage in a variety of recruitment activities and resources. Work closely with the Director of Human Resources for Faculty and Affirmative Action to ensure appropriate and relevant recruitment activities are taken to attract a diverse applicant pool.
Work collaboratively to assess the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for University positions. Develop behavior-based interviewing guides for use during the selection process.
Stay abreast of employment law and educate hiring managers and search committees on appropriate interview questions and activities.
Maintain all open position files, ensuring accuracy and organization of information.
Ensure all internal process steps such as applicant pool verification and posting requirements are met.
• Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or equivalent.
• Five years of exempt-level Human Resources experience required.
• Experience using Applicant Tracking systems.
• Working knowledge of behavioral based interviewing and other techniques.