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Our client is a unique and distinctive leader in the child care industry. They offer support and education to both parents and early childhood educators. They help parents to navigate the child care system and find the best possible care for their child. They also provide training, technical assistance and professional development to early childhood educators, to assist them in creating quality learning environments for children of all backgrounds and abilities.


  • Bachelor's degree or higher
  • full-cycle recruitment (3+ years)
  • What ATS systems have you worked with?
  • This position is 75% recruitment (sourcing and reviewing resumes, hiring). Does this match what you're looking for in your next role?


Required skills and experience: 1. Education: BA/BS in HR, Business Administration, or related field from four – year College or university or equivalent combination of education and experience. 2. Experience: A minimum of 3 years of progressive experience in recruitment. 3. Technical Requirements: o Must have advanced knowledge of general office procedures and the ability to demonstrate excellent organizational and computer skills specifically in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook e-mail. o Solid working knowledge of HRIS systems (UKG preferred), including applicant tracking systems. 4. Able to effectively multi-task, work at a fast pace, and remain flexible in order to adapt to a rapidly changing work environment. 5. Travel: Automobile, current auto insurance, current California Driver’s License and DMV clearance required. Minimal travel in CA required. What You Need to Know: 1. Monday - Friday 8a-5p, full time position 2. Remote position but potential to go back into the office within the next year and move towards a hybrid schedule. Must live within 100 miles of Chatsworth, CA. Additional Job Details: Recruitment (75%) 1. Reviews Requisition requests, making sure that all information provided is accurate and that the most recent job description has been provided. 2. Posts and manages position requisitions through UKG’s applicant tracking system. 3. Utilizes the internal employee job posting and transfer process. 4. Meets with Hiring Manager to go over the recruitment process, understand the ideal candidate profile, and provide training on the use of UKG Recruiting. Sourcing and reviewing resumes: 1. Identifies, negotiates, manages and selects the best advertising strategy for each position to attract and source a diverse selection of candidates for open positions. 2. Sources and recruits applicants through approved job boards, community organizations, social media, job fairs. 3. Ensures outreach compliance with CCRC’s affirmative action plan and inclusion and diversity initiatives. Partners with outside organizations such as minority organizations, EDD, etc., to attract and recruit applicants. 4. Identifies qualified applicants through application and resume review and/or prescreening and provides hiring managers with feedback on the applicants best suited for the agency and position. Develops pre-screening questions as necessary and prescreens candidates as requested by Hiring Managers; may also participate on interview panels. 5. Review and disposition candidates in accordance with CCRC’s recruitment policy and procedure, ensuring proper documentation for AAP reporting purposes. 6. Acts as a representative of the Agency for recruitment events as needed. Hiring 1. Ensures that the new hire status form, salary justification, interviewing notes, and interviewing scoring sheets are complete, and accurate. 2. Consults with the hiring manager regarding the pay rate when a final candidate has been chosen. Reviews the completed justification form, ensuring it is accurate and supportive of the proposed pay rate. 3. Submits completed status form with accompanying documentation to the HR Employment Manager and/or CHRO for review and approval. 4. Creates and provides formal written offer letter using the current template with the accompanying Notice to Employee letter. Letter is sent to HR Employment Manager (or CHRO) for review and approval prior to sending letter to candidate. 5. Reviews all dispositions within UKG Recruiting, and notifies Hiring Manager of needed corrections when necessary. 6. Provides the HR Recruiting Assistant the necessary paperwork to begin the pre-employment background checks, drug screens, and Live Scans (as needed) for new hires, temporary staff, and interns. 7. Ensures all references and pre-employment requirements are completed consistently. Notifies HR Employment Manager when discrepancies or issues arise during the pre-employment process; consults with HRBP if necessary. 8. Facilitates the adverse action process for all applicants who fail the background check and/or drug screen process including that all necessary steps are taken to meet state and federal guidelines. 9. Once role has been filled (candidate has started), submits the Status Change Form, Salary Justification, Resume, Background Check Report, and Social Security verification to the HR Specialist by 12:00 PM on the new hire’s first day. 10. Responds to applicant, employee, and management inquiries and issues regarding the recruitment and selection process, including a fair resolution of grievances. Obtains guidance from the HRBP or HR Employment manager as needed. 11. Will act as back-up for the HR Recruiting Assistant to carry out the pre-employment new hire process as needed. Position Control/Budgeting, Reports (5%) Temporary Agencies/Volunteers/Interns (5%) Special Projects (5%)


Full Benefits