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Human Resources Recruiter

posted 1/3/2017


Full time




Human Resources


RCIL is a civil rights organization that offers individuals with disabilities a wide range of independent living and advocacy services through the numerous programs we manage.  The Human Resources Recruiter will work with staff to develop and execute staff recruitment plans for our growing agency. The HR Recruiter will manage our website’s job postings and Applicant Tracking System and will use social media platforms, job boards and other strategies to heighten the agency’s visibility. While maintaining ongoing communication with program managers, the HR Recruiter will conduct telephone screenings, in-person interviews, and will assess and refer qualified applicants to fill vacancies throughout the agency.

We are looking for an energetic person with excellent communication, interpersonal and critical thinking skills. This individual is organized, proactive, has good judgment, enjoys meeting people and attending job fairs and networking events aimed at enhancing our agency’s brand and meeting our recruitment objectives.

Successful candidates will have three to five years of recruitment experience; an Associate’s Degree is required and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or a related field is preferred; Experience working for a non-profit organization with similar programs and staff is a plus. Computer literacy with excellent social media and marketing skills are a necessity. Strength in the areas of oral and written communication required.

Hourly Wage - $14.36

RCIL offers a competitive pay range of $14.36  based on experience and education for a 37.5-hour workweek, and a benefit package that includes paid time off, insurances, life and disability coverage, and a 401k plan.


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