Internal Recruiter

Hearth Management Franklin , TN 37064

Posted 2 weeks ago

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The Hearth at Franklin is always looking for natural caregivers who are passionate about helping people. Choose the Hearth and you will find satisfaction in your work knowing that every day, you get to help our senior residents Live More

Position Description: The Internal Recruiter is responsible for new hire recruitment and the on-boarding process. The Internal Recruiter will work with the applicant tracking system to post positions, screen resumes and interview top candidates. This position will be responsible for attending job fairs, building relationships with local schools and for being the initial contact for new applicants. This position will work closely with the building leadership team to help recruit, on-board and retain employees.

Education/Training/ Experience: An associates degree in Human Resource Management or a business related field. One to three years of recruitment experience preferred but not required. Will consider experience in place of a degree. Must possess advanced computer skills with strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Experience with ClearCompany recruitment software preferred.

The Hearth Communities offer an encouraging environment where employees are able to support our Residents in an atmosphere that is designed to keep them as healthy and active as possible. Employees often say their favorite part of the Hearth is our Residents! The Hearth culture also embraces employees having fun at work and appreciating the value that every team member brings to each community.

Benefits:

  • Weekly Pay

  • Medical Insurance

  • Dental Insurance

  • Vision Insurance

  • Disability and Supplemental Insurance

  • Life Insurance

  • 401(k) with Employer Match

  • Personal/Sick and Vacation Time

  • WorkLife Matters Employee Assistance Program

  • Professional Development

  • Educational Assistance

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