So what does a Sourcing Manager really do? Think of yourself as the one who will own daily leadership of the sourcing/recruitment marketing team to meet established goals and metrics for your site. You will be expected to drive effective and efficient results to attract a diverse workforce to the company, and design and implement proactive recruitment strategies that will play a critical role in ensuring we are hiring the best possible talent.
Imagine yourself going to work with one thing on your mind: you will drive your team to develop proactive candidate sourcing strategies and build new candidate pipelines using creative recruiting ideas. As you tackle your tasks for the day, you know that it will come down to one thing: you will ensure a specialized candidate marketing approach that attracts the best talent to TaskUs.
As a Sourcing Manager, you should be knowledgeable about traditional and non-traditional sourcing techniques; be able to share best practices, industry and market intelligence data to Recruiters and hiring teams; provide talent & market trends, threats and opportunities - to be used for strategic business planning; and be capable of networking and managing recruitment vendors. To sum it up, you must be capable of delivering a comprehensive support and consultation approach to a variety of business leaders and hiring groups - in driving an effective sourcing strategy.
As a Manager, you will lead a team of sourcing specialists who will take ownership of managing their results in effectively and efficiently utilizing sourcing channels. You will attend calibrations sessions with key stakeholders to address continuous pooling for critical hiring needs. You will expertly analyze and present recruitment data to stakeholders and to management.
So, do you have what it takes to become a Sourcing Manager?
So, what is it we’re looking for? Since this is a Leadership role, we need someone who has at least 3 - 5 years of hands-on experience as a Recruitment Marketing/Talent Acquisition Lead. What else? Experience in a BPO is preferred, with at least 2 years as a people manager for teams of 5 or more. Technical knowledge is a must. You’ll have a definite advantage if you are familiar with e-commerce tools, G-Suite, Google Apps, Microsoft, and generating reports from Applicant Tracking Systems. Problem-solving and providing best practices for process improvements would be a big advantage. And the biggest plus is leveraging on your analytical skills - to audit processes, assess trends, create reports and tell the story with data. You must be able to create weekly, monthly and quarterly metrics on quality and productivity; and develop solid relationships across the organizations’ different teams - in order to understand their business and recruitment needs.
At TaskUs, we believe our employees always come first. Leaders are expected to put their line of direct reports before themselves. Our #RidiculouslyGood culture is the reason why we have been recognized as one of the best places to work globally by Glassdoor, among others. We exist to make a positive impact on the best brands in the world, the people we connect with, and on our global communities.
We are a collective of highly capable humans, who understand how to deploy technology and data to best serve your purpose. From Digital CX to Content Security, AI Operations, Consulting, and anything in between, we consider ourselves responsible for protecting our partners’ interests and supporting their long term success through innovation and technology─powered by ridiculously smart people.
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TaskUs currently has over 23,000 employees around the world with offices across the United States, the Philippines, India, Taiwan, Mexico, Greece, and Ireland.
TaskUs is an equal opportunity employer.