The Recruiter is responsible for delivering all the recruitment needs of the branch. This will be achieved through the development and execution of local and community recruitment strategy based on various sourcing strategies. Plays a critical role in ensuring the branch has the right mix of regulated and non regulated caregivers to meet the branch staffing need and objectives.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Collaborate with the team on a daily basis
- Facilitate the process to post vacancies in online venues, organizations and other venues as deemed appropriate.
- Lead the interviewing process to efficiently and effectively fill open positions.
- Develop a pool of qualified candidates for both regulated and unregulated health care professional and possibly administrative roles in advance of need.
- Network through local contacts, association membership, conferences, educational institution, social media and active employees
- Represent and promote Bayshore’s brand and value proposition at external recruitment events in a positive and professional manner.
- Responsible for new hire administration and orientation completion in alignment with recruitment priorities.
- Align with the national diversity policy and adapt HR strategies in order to integrate this into sourcing and recruitment strategy.
- Prioritize recruitment needs of the branch based on guidance from Area Director and/or Care Manager to ensure staffing capacity is equal to client care volumes
- Thoroughly screen candidates while adhering to Bayshore Recruitment, Selection and Onboarding policies and standards, including but not limited to, referencing, security and vulnerable sector screening (where required)
- Extend offers and negotiate (where appropriate) in alignment with the branch needs.
- Monitor retention of new hires and understand reasons for turnover in order to incorporate this in the recruitment/retention strategy.
- Complete other tasks as requested.
Minimum 2+ years of Recruitment and/or varied Human Resource work experience. Previous experience in the health care industry would be considered an asset. Experienced user of technology including MS Office, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), and human resource information systems (HRIS).
The individual must be flexible to travel within reason to network, interview and hire on candidates. The individual will spend most of their time at the branch office.