Under general direction of the Recruiting and Training Manager, the Recruiting Coordinator performs complex analytical work in support of the office’s external and internal engagement programs. This position requires the incumbent to travel throughout California to represent the office at various college campus recruiting and outreach events. During slow recruiting periods, the analyst will focus on employee engagement, provide analytical and administrative support to the training unit, and conduct special projects.
Represent the California State Auditor’s Office at various recruiting and outreach events throughout California to attract well-qualified and diverse candidates for entry-level auditor positions.
Act as liaison with students, student organizations, campus recruiting professionals, recruiting industry professionals, professors, and university deans to build and maintain relationships, gain access to targeted members, and educate them about our office, career opportunities, and the selection process.
Analyze recruiting data and create various reports. Provide statistical recaps of the recruiting year. Use data analysis and statistical recaps to develop the annual recruiting strategy. Research and analyze demographics, matriculation rates, and business-related programs to determine where to focus recruiting resources.
Research and analyze current recruiting trends and recommend new concepts or revision to existing recruiting practices. Analyze data to determine “return on investment” for recruiting activities. Review, analyze, develop and recommend new or revised recruiting related procedures.
Assist with the implementation of employee engagement programs such as the peer and career mentoring, the wellness, and the employee retention programs.
Participate on an employee engagement taskforce; foster open communication with all levels of staff; analyze data and make recommendations for improvements.
Research and analyze training class information to provide additional class options to management; conduct studies and assessments to determine training effectiveness, employee acceptance, and make recommendations for changes/improvements.
Consult with staff to review and analyze training needs; personally attend a variety of trainings to make recommendations for additions, deletions, and changes to the existing training program options.
Experience planning and conducting recruiting and outreach events at various universities.
Possession of demonstrated analytical skills, including the ability to use good judgment when analyzing data and situations, draw sound conclusions, and take effective action.
Exceptional interpersonal skills including the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to speak and write professionally and persuasively.
Experience giving presentations to both small and large groups.
Ability to take initiative and work independently and in a team environment.
Possession of organizational skills including the ability to prioritize assignments and manage multiple tasks.
Experience in developing marketing materials or messaging utilizing various modes of communication such as print and social media.