Sales Recruiter (Contract)

Collective Health is a software and services company creating the healthcare experience we all deserve. Its team of engineers, designers and actuaries are starting by redefining the $1 trillion-dollar market of employer-sponsored health insurance with data driven products. Using Collective Health's complete health insurance solution, companies can design, administer and transform the consumer experience of health insurance by harnessing the power of design and technology.

Collective Health is currently looking for a contract Sales Recruiter to join the recruiting team and help staff a growing Commercial Team. Our ideal candidate will have a proven track record of building strong Sales teams and experience partnering with a seasoned hiring team.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Manage full cycle recruiting process for Sales roles ensuring a smooth and positive candidate experience
  • Screen resumes and interview qualified candidates ensuring a smooth process through offer and candidate close
  • Partner with existing Recruiting and People Ops teams to develop, implement, and execute hiring strategy
  • Collaborate with hiring managers and interview teams to understand their hiring needs and goals
  • Facilitate interview feedback and hiring discussions with interviewers and hiring managers
  • Drive offer process from onsite to onboarding

The Optimal Candidate:

  • 3-5 years Sales recruiting and sourcing experience
  • Patient, communicative team player that is detail oriented and has outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Experience partnering with Executives, Managers, and Interviewers, throughout the hiring process
  • Thrives in fast-paced, entrepreneurial environments and is willing to roll up his/her sleeves to do what needs to be done to build a great company
  • Personable with a great work ethic and positive attitude
  • Passionate about improving healthcare through innovation and has the ability to understand what Collective Health is doing and why that is interesting, both in general, and from a technical perspective

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