**This is a contract position, 3-4 months**
We are looking for a Contract Sourcer to help us get through the beginning of the year hiring push! You will be responsible for driving the sourcing strategy and process for various functional areas as needed at all levels of the organization.
About the job
You’ll be sourcing for all positions throughout the business, mostly focusing on Technical and Sales roles in the Boulder area. By helping find and attract high performing talent into our candidate journey, the Sourcer will play a major role in delivering an incredible hiring experience which is vital to attracting and securing our amazing employees.
What you’ll be doing:
- Collaborate with our Recruiting team and cross-functional partners to identify areas of talent need and help create strategic plans to meet hiring goals
- Develop multi channel candidate pipeline through employee referrals, sourcing tools, meetups and events.
- Develop and execute on sourcing strategy for building a robust pipeline of premier candidates
- Creative outreach and sourcing of active and passive candidates.
- Identify and recommend new and creative ways to source and attract top talent across all departments.
- Qualify applicants by interviewing, analyzing responses, comparing against job requirements.
You’re driven, thoughtful, and curious. You understand how competitive the talent market is and you have welcome the challenge in navigating and finding the right talent. You’re comfortable working and managing multiple reqs, while working through the ever changing priorities at scale.
The successful candidate will have:
- 4+ years of sourcing / recruiting experience, preferably with a focus in technical and sales sourcing
- Growth Mindset: We are a fast-growing company, and need people who will take initiative and take ownership to be successful in the role
- Must be a Boolean master. We do not use job boards, so we need our Sourcer to be ultra creative and a superior researcher.
- Clear, concise and engaging written communicator (we will probably ask you to write an InMail).
- Super organized, strict attention to detail, personable, deadline-driven and punctual.
- Dangerously curious not afraid to ask questions, learn about our business, our technology, our open roles, and what makes Sovrn a great place to work.
- No job too small mentality.
- Must have recruiting/sourcing experience; preferably in the software industry
Good to have:
- Bonus points for familiarity with our ATS, Greenhouse
- At least 1-2 years of work experience in a high-volume, sourcing-heavy staffing firm or in-house sourcing or recruiting support role.
We spend a great deal of our time online. Whether it’s for information, commerce, or entertainment, each of us has come to depend on what we research, discover, and share. Publishers – those who create and curate content – are what makes the Internet great. Yet these publishers practice their craft largely alone, in siloes – without reference points or insightful understanding about where they sit in the grand scheme of things. To add to the challenge, once a Publisher’s content is in the wild, then the task of building engagement, growing a loyal following and enriching the engagement with that following can sometimes feel like shots in the dark or worse, a black box. Moreover, making money from their craft can be a complex task for any independent publisher who might prioritize generating content first and money second.
Sovrn believes that independent publishers are the Internet's vibrancy. As a partner and advocate to tens of thousands of independent publishers, Sovrn provides tools, technologies and services that help publishers (a) make money; (b) get distribution to grow their audience; and (c) access a massive data commons providing extraordinary insights.
The landscape of content networks, adtech vendors, and the myriad of buy-side / sell-side companies can be a complete maze for any reasonable person to decipher. Sovrn cuts through the noise and simplifies things with a basic, straightforward mission:
Help publishers do more of what they want to do – and less of what they don’t