Do you have a passion for candidates? Do you have experience delivering outcomes by creatively using sourcing and marketing channels?
Do you want to work in a fast-paced, action packed organization with an opportunity to help grow at an unparalleled scale and pace? Delivering on Amazon's high bar for customer obsession takes hundreds of thousands of hourly Operations team members. Amazon Global Workforce Staffing (WFS) generates demand for the Amazon hourly brand, and converts that interest into new hires. If you are a seasoned marketer with a passion for helping thousands of people find great jobs, this is the role for you.
The WFS Associate Attraction team is looking for a seasoned marketing/sourcing leader to join our team. This team creates successful marketing strategies to generate applications and deliver short-term results while optimizing performance over time against a clear set of performance goals. This role will lead a team of individuals who are responsible for the development and execution of sourcing and marketing strategies for multiple markets, including profiling target candidates and identifying appropriate sourcing and marketing levers to build top of funnel demand and effectively and efficiently attract hourly candidates.
As a Recruitment Marketing leader, you will act as a subject matter expert in prospecting techniques and tools used for information retrieval, data extraction, web-scraping, continuous process improvement, process automation, and customer relationship management. You will partner with leaders, clients, customers and business partners to drive strategic research and data-driven candidate attraction actions. To be successful in this role you will need to both see the big picture and be able to execute rapidly.
The Recruitment Marketing Manager will partner cross-functionally offer sourcing guidance around:
1.Local brand strategy: utilize marketing savvy to articulate differentiated employment positioning, leveraging the overall brand guidelines and value prop, tailoring for the local market
2.Channels: use data to rigorously assess channel effectiveness, prioritize based on business requirements, and develop an effective marketing mix to achieve application goals
3.Candidate experience: Be the evangelist for the candidate experience in owned markets, working to continuously improve the candidate journey