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Corporate Recruiter | Business Operations

REX is flipping the old, boring, and very expensive model for selling and buying homes on its head by using (wait for it...) technology!  We've slashed the usual commission paid to agents to just 2%, and have a full suite of services to help sellers and buyers navigate the the home-selling/buying process.  We're growing like crazy and looking for a solutions-oriented, energetic, and organized professional to join the Recruitment Team at our Woodland Hills, CA office. This individual will be involved in all aspects of the recruiting lifecycle for our sales, marketing and business operations teams, and take pride in providing an excellent candidate experience.  

What You’ll Do:

  • Partner with Sales, Marketing, Operations, and IT business units’ hiring managers to define and qualify recruiting needs, review and edit job descriptions manage the entire recruiting lifecycle, negotiate offers, and onboard new hires
  • Source and access highly skilled talent from top tier companies within a highly competitive recruiting landscape
  • Define, develop, and execute REX’s recruitment strategy which includes sourcing, attending industry networking events, and social media recruiting
  • Contribute to REX’s effort of redefining recruitment processes of employer branding, social media, revamping job descriptions, and the candidate experience
  • Collaborate with your recruiting team members on a daily basis

What You Need:

  • Minimum of 3+ years of full cycle recruiting experience, with a proven track record recruiting across all business units
  • Strong communication skills, and an ability to quickly build rapport with people
  • Prior experience working in a startup environment
  • Ability to develop and execute recruiting strategy including employer brand promotion
  • Experience developing creative strategy/sourcing techniques to uncover passive candidates and fill difficult positions, including proactive phone and internet research
  • The ability to multitask and prioritize deliverables accordingly
  • Works well in fast paced environment with rapidly changing priorities and at times, high ambiguity and uncertainty
  • A bachelor’s degree
  • Flexibility, self-direction, motivation, and an ability to effectively communicate with employees and management at all level

Compensation:

  • Attractive salary and health benefits with an equity stake in this fast growing tech company.
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