Candidate Selection Specialist (HR)
Teach for Romania este o organizație non-guvernamentală, parte din rețeaua globală Teach for All, care caută și pregătește oameni valoroși, cu sau fără experiență anterioară de predare, pentru a deveni profesori în învățământul de stat, pentru copiii din medii vulnerabile.
Pentru un tânăr în România de astăzi, educația, cunoștințele pe care le dobândește și mediul în care crește sunt cruciale pentru oportunitățile la care are acces mai departe.
Calitatea educației pe care acesta o primește până la vârsta de 15 ani este determinantă pentru parcursul său ulterior în viață.
We are looking for someone with:
People evaluation skills;
Good communication skills;
Process management skills;
Studies in Psychology or Human Resources.
How to work with competencies based evaluation models;
How to build candidate profiles;
A good variety of evaluation methods;
How to use Microsoft Office (especially Excel and PowerPoint);
English, at an advanced level.
An autonomous worker.
Requirements for this role:
Minimum 2 years of experience in candidate selection OR personnel evaluation OR psychological assessment.
It would be nice to have:
Knowledge of Salesforce;
CANDIDATE SELECTION RESPONSABILITIES (80% of the role):
Selection model: adapt the process and the selection model, according to the context of the recruitment season and the vision for our program participants and alumni profile;
Evaluate the candidates: main responsible for conducting the screening of the application forms and the phone interviews, as well as the evaluation of all candidates after the assessment centres;
Coordinate the cross-functional selection team: train and organize the cross-functional selection team (a temporary team made up of staff and community members, who act as evaluators during assessment centres);
Manage the selection process end-to-end: profile inception, updating competencies and evaluation tools, evaluating candidates in different stages, scheduling interviews, conducting assessment centres, making offer decisions, final discussions with candidates;
Administrative tasks: scheduling candidates for interviews, working with the Operations department to find suitable locations, keeping the candidate records up to date, others;
Offers: conduct the process of presenting the offer to the candidates, giving specific feedback on the evaluated competencies.
Other responsibilities if necessary, according to peaks of activity in the organization (20% of the role):
Recruitment support: act as support for the recruitment team, possibly by handling cultivation calls with the candidates, organizing webinars or other recruitment events;
Cross-functional projects (May to September): get involved in cross-functional projects outside the recruitment season: possibly integrating the fellows in the system, observing program participants during the Leadership academy, performing selection for staff candidates, others.
A chance to do high-significance work in education (more access to excellent education for all children);
The opportunity to build up your skills and develop yourself personally and professionally;
Access to training and learning opportunities inside the organization and from our learning partners;
An excellent working environment in a value-based organizational culture;
Access to a global community of experienced and talented specialists and first-hand innovative approaches and models from the Teach for All network.