HR at Epowerx Learning Technologies Private Limited
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Skill-Lync - Head - Talent Acquisition (12-17 yrs)
Head - Talent Acquisition
- Understand the organization strategy and work out the future talent need in the organisation, based on the same
- Work with CXO's and other senior leaders directly to advise and arrive at the hiring requirement.
- Diagnose, develop & implement recruitment strategies based on business goals and be accountable for end to end recruitment process.
- Understand the team and organisation culture and need to hire the Best suited talent for each role and help Skill-Lync raise the bar on Talent
- Experience in sourcing and hiring preferably Functional roles for leadership level.
- To manage a team of recruiters and direct them for fulfill the recruitment needs of the organization.
- Manage the external partnerships with college, job boards and HR software vendors
- Prepare and review annual recruitment budget
- Defining and driving team to meet and exceed hiring benchmarks relating to time to fill, cost per hire, diversity hiring and hiring manager and candidate satisfaction
- Work with internal and external stakeholders, including senior business leaders to meet and improve recruitment funnel metrics such as 'offer conversion rate' and 'time to offer'.
- Be responsible for effective human resources planning and shaping the growth trajectory of the company during its phase of scaling.
- You will be a critical stakeholder in executing and enhancing candidate engagement and onboarding with efficient TAT.
- Excellent communication and articulation skills & stakeholder management.
- Awareness and understanding of the latest talent acquisition trends and growth hacks.
- Ability to think critically and solve problems proactively.
- Ability to work in an agile environment
- Ability to work across leadership levels.
- Comfortable with Technology.
- Ability to mentor and manage a team.
- Passion for HR and People Success.
- Belief in 'continuous improvement' and 'dissatisfaction with status-quo'