Program Manager, Recruiting Operations

We're looking for a Program Manager to work at the intersection of project management, change management, and communications to help drive initiatives and process improvements across our recruiting function. You're a highly operational, detail-oriented leader who can optimize our tools and systems so that Pinterest's Recruiting team has all the tactical advantages to attract and hire world-class talent. If you get excited by building elegant operational workflows, love efficiency, and have desire to support a team's ability to work better, smarter, and faster, then this role is a great fit for you.

What you'll do:

  • Be a key member of the Recruiting Programs team and partner with the Recruiting team to anticipate and remove operational hurdles
  • Design and lead ongoing training/development for our recruiters and partners (e.g. hiring managers, interviewers) on best practices
  • Identify opportunities for efficiency, and enhance utilization and proficiency of our databases and tools (e.g. Greenhouse, LinkedIn, other recruiting tools as strategized and determined by you!)
  • Implement internal communication strategies, messages, tools, etc. across Pinterest to ensure awareness and increase utilization of recruiting processes and tools

What we're looking for:

  • Excellent project management skills
  • A strategic thinker who deeply understands tactics and execution
  • An empathetic collaborator with a strong ability to drive and influence change
  • Ability to work across functions and at all levels of the organization to collaborate and help influence action
  • First-hand experience as a recruiter or within the recruiting function

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