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Talent Acquisition Specialist

  • Location

    Indianapolis, IN
  • Posted On

    September 24, 2019
  • Job Type

  • Category

    Nonprofit Administration
  • Experience Level

    2-5 Years
  • Education Level

    Bachelor's Degree
  • Salary


Job Description

Join a team dedicated to expanding opportunities and enhancing the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and their families through individualized services! Noble is adding a full-time Talent Acquisition Specialist to our talented team of staff who will be responsible for providing leadership and coordination of recruitment and hiring efforts for the agency, ensures successful on-boarding for new hires, and supports employee recognition and training initiatives

Specific Responsibilities Include:

•Align recruitment efforts with talent needs, collaborating with department managers and directors to understand and support current needs and forecast future staffing needs.
•Develop strategies, programs and tools needed to identify and attract the most qualified talent, such as employment branding, candidate assessment, referral programs, college recruiting initiatives and diversity efforts.
•Assist in the creation and utilization of agency recruiting materials, as well as implementation of a social media recruiting strategy.
•Develop and maintain relationships with various community partners to expand sources for candidates and establish other partnerships to strengthen recruitment and retention.
•Screen, interview and make recommendations for hiring potential employees.
•Input, update and maintain recruitment records to ensure accurate tracking of vacancies and timely reporting on key metrics.
•Identify and research new innovative and creative recruiting methods.
•Develop and manage effective recruitment tools, including coordination of advertisement efforts, scheduling of job fairs and development of professional relationships with colleges, universities and technical schools.
•Ensure efficient and accurate logging and processing of applications.
•Conduct initial phone interviews with selected applicants and coordinate flow of qualified candidates to identified department Manager/Director for interviews.
•Ensure appropriate background and reference checks completed as part of applicant screening process.
•Conduct appropriate background and reference checks as part of applicant screening process.
•Coordinate new employee orientation, including scheduling of appropriate training sessions, room utilization and Employee Guide distribution.
•Collect and process new hire paperwork, create new employee personnel files, and assist with filing as needed.
•Assist in employee recognition activities and agency training initiatives.
•Seek out and/or act on opportunities to engage in advocacy efforts that preserve the rights of persons served.
•Perform other duties and/or complete special projects as may be requested or assigned.

Position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field. Experience in human resources and human services, with proficiency in technology and social media. PHR and SHRM-CP certification preferred. Must provide own transportation, have valid driver’s license and meet driving insurability and background check requirements.

How to Apply

Apply online at:

Or email your resume directly to Tandy Jones, Director of Human Resources at:

When applying, mention you saw this opening listed on Disability Scoop.