The Corporate Recruiter will report directly to the Human Resources Director and will manage processes for the human resources department, including but not limited to, staffing, training and HRIS. The individual must be a responsible, service-oriented with exceptional communication skills and have the ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality. The Corporate Recruiter will serve as the primary contact for all phases of the recruiting process, both internally and externally.
Post positions internally and externally to appropriate internet or newspapers; search resumes online; use social and professional networking sites to identify and acquire candidates.
Contact applicants to schedule and complete phone screens, interviews, background checks and physicals.
Prepare employment offer letters and other applicant related correspondence.
Conduct new employee orientations ensuring that all required new hire paperwork is properly completed and process new hires in HRIS (ADP WFN).
Responsible for evaluating the new hire processes and providing feedback and suggestions for simplification and streamlining policies and procedures.
Proactively plan and coordinate recruiting efforts and job fairs. Establish and maintain community networks with local colleges and technical schools, workforce centers, trade organizations, to develop talent pipelines to meet workforce needs.
Lead various projects, including: identify essential job functions and update job descriptions; make recommendations for alternative hiring initiatives for hard-to-fill positions and conduct 60 day new employee interviews.
Maintain compliance with EEO/Affirmative Action programs including applicant tracking system (Birddog) and outreach efforts.
Coordinate and facilitate training programs, build the annual training schedule, classroom set-up, preparation and instructor support in training courses.
Enter training documents into ADP software and create, maintain, and audit compliant training records and files.
Manage and continue to develop corporate internship program.
Process and promote employee referral incentive program.
Answer questions and inquiries involving HR policies and procedures.
Four (4) years of experience in Human Resources and leading recruitment strategies for a broad range of positions; drivers, plant personnel, professional and manager.
Experience in employee development and training program coordination.
A Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, Business Administration, or a related field.
High attention to detail.
Excellent computer literacy skills including intermediate to advanced knowledge of Powerpoint, Word, Excel, and ADP Payroll system preferred.
Experience maintaining a social media presence and applicant tracking system.
Ability to juggle multiple priorities at once.
Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
Experience in a unionized environment is desirable.
Working knowledge of Human Resources principles, concepts and practices.
Paid Time Off
Founded by the Becken family in 1927, Cemstone offers truly integrated and sustainable concrete solutions for its customers in the Upper Midwest and across the country. When you work at Cemstone, you experience more than just a job. You earn a rewarding career, one that delivers an incredible opportunity to build a better future for yourself, strengthens us to become a better company, and fulfills your desire for challenge and growth.
If you are interested in becoming part of our team, please apply online today. We are committed to providing Equal Employment Opportunities to all employees and applicants. EO M/F/Disability/Vet Employer.