Campus Recruiter

Salary: $100-110K
Plus: Bonus
Location: NYC - Midtown

Summary

Plan, organize and execute recruiting activities and participation, both on campus and in-house, such as presentations, career fairs, interviews, “sell” receptions/dinners/weekends, etc. Act as campus ambassador and primary point of contact for career services, student organizations, faculty and candidates at select schools. Drive the awareness of graduate development programs through branding strategies that effectively promote company as an employer of choice. Develop solid understanding of target schools, changing trends and competitive landscape to gain insights for program recommendations. Develop internal network with managers, school teams, analysts and human resources teams to understand their businesses, junior talent needs and opportunities. Assist in the development and execution of the summer intern program in assigned office(s) including but not limited to summer intern performance evaluations, social event planning and monitoring of staffing and budgeting. Record, update and analyze all recruiting data for schools and local office initiatives. Manage the end-to-end candidate process and experience, including student interactions, resume screening, interviews, selection, offers, hires and onboarding. Manage recruitment budget for on-campus activities and in house events. Collaborate with experienced hire recruitment team on front-to-end recruiting as directed for junior-level candidates across the bank. Strategize across recruitment function to develop and implement social media initiatives

 

Qualifications

BA/BS required. Minimum of 3 – 5 years of prior work experience required (preferably within HR) with at least 1 year of full cycle campus recruiting experience. Strong communication, interpersonal and presentation skills. Strong organizational and project planning skills. Ability to work independently and as an integral part of a team. Proficient in office computer software/systems (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Willingness to travel as needed during peak recruiting seasons (approximately 40%. – 50% of the time) Flexibility to work evenings during recruitment and summer seasons. Previous experience using an applicant tracking system.