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Recruiter, Talent Acquisition (Remote US)

This position is REMOTE, however, introduction period and quarterly visits to NYC is required



The Internal Recruiter facilitates effective recruiting, staffing, and onboarding for all employees and business units. The recruiter will meet with hiring managers, identify, recruit, and onboard talented individuals to fill those needs. 


  • Provides full life cycle technical and operational support to recruiters including but not limited to scheduling interviews, greeting, and hosting onsite candidates, hosting recruiting events and info sessions, and overall ensuring a positive, warm, and attractive candidate experience
  • Independently develop and maintain candidate flow, supporting a variety of job roles.
  • Conduct detailed, thorough candidate interviews to gather key information on the viability of a candidate
  • Educate and sell candidates on the opportunity and company as an employer of choice
  • Continually document all candidate conversations with key detailed information regarding their candidacy
  • Provide ongoing and continuous feedback to TA Recruiter on the recruitment marketplace and pipelined candidates
  • Build and maintain relationships with business leaders to gain a better understanding of the required talent pool
  • Work closely with TA Recruiter to manage and maintain the entire onboarding experience for all new hires; conducting 30/60/90-day check-ins and providing feedback to continuously improve the candidate experience
  • Assisting in launching and maintaining the Mentoring Program
  • Monitors trends and developments in sourcing tools and technologies and utilize social media for sourcing and other marketing forums to drive traffic to the Career website
  • High data management volume and ability to provide follow-through and attention to detail
  • Extremely flexible, highly organized, and able to easily shift priorities
  • Superior professionalism, discretion, and good judgment
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills will enable him/her to interact with all levels and styles within the organization
  • Act as an ambassador for the overall commitment to diversity and inclusion as a core value and business imperative for small and large project coordination and project management for HR and Recruiting department objectives.
  • Ensures information is updated, and accurately reflected in team spreadsheets and Talent Acquisition system
  • Maintains composure and confidentiality required to handle all HR activities
  • Ability to work and perform responsibilities from a remote/home office.



  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
  • 4+ years’ experience in recruitment sourcing or relevant work experience in an HR or Talent Acquisition environment
  • Ability to manage multiple searches at any time and keep data current and up to date
  • Proactive and self-motivated
  • Ability to engage potential future candidates on the phone to network and generate referrals and additional leads
  • Ability to generate a high volume/high-quality pipeline of candidates under very tight timelines
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

We at ADORAMA believe in respecting & encouraging diversity and as such we gladly abide by all EEOC regulations. We will never turn down a qualified employee based on race, religion, gender, sexual-identification, disability, or any other protected class. All jobs are and will continue being awarded based on merit.

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