Why work for Broadleaf Results? Drawing from our 60-year history delivering talent and workforce solutions to customers throughout North America, we realize and adhere to an important truth: we are only as good as our people. Our team members have some of the longest tenures in the industry—and it is not by chance. We believe people are our most important asset. Broadleaf offers an environment where employees are not only challenged to grow and succeed, but are given the tools, training, mentorship, and development needed to get there.
Every day, Broadleaf team members have opportunities to positively impact the many people we serve—from clients and candidates, to business partners and colleagues. Our employees—through their creativity, talent, and willingness to learn—are essential to the success of our company. Interested in taking the next step to join the Broadleaf team and make an impact? We are seeking a highly capable, action-oriented and engaged individual to join us as a Talent Acquisition Advisor on the Broadleaf Delivery team.
The Delivery team’s main purpose is to support the fulfillment of Broadleaf’s Managed Service Program (MSP) clients’ open requisitions through advisement, facilitation of sourcing (directly or indirectly via an associate supplier) and screening (directly or indirectly via an associate supplier) of candidates, building talent communities by pipelining candidates and/or developing valued relationships with hiring managers and associate suppliers, and ensuring a positive experience for the active candidate being migrated to the “hired” status and cleared to start.
The Talent Acquisition Advisor (TAA) is responsible for implementing strategies to achieve contracted service level metrics; executing the delivery of talent acquisition services to achieve results; managing goals and objectives; and maintaining communication with established clients to ensure successful business satisfaction. The TAA is the key interface for daily program issues/successes between Broadleaf, clients, and suppliers regarding order fulfillment, workflow process, and back-office processes. The TAA also provides guidance to fellow account team members and stakeholders in keeping with organizational goals and company policy.
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Compensation Range: $60,000 - $75,000
Benefits Include: Health insurance, HSA, dental insurance; disability insurance; life Insurance; paid time off; and vision insurance, 401(k).
Additional Information: Upon offer of employment, candidate will be subject to a background check and a drug screen. Additional industry skill testing may be needed prior to placement.
This position operates in a professional office environment and routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, etc. (depending on account requirement/onsite at customer location).
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, use hands, fingers, and arms, and able to lift up to 10 lbs.
This position requires travel to represent the Company, as business needs dictate.
Since 1965, Broadleaf has been honing its expertise in optimized talent engagement and management. First delivering Managed Services Programs (MSP) for contract and direct employees in the early 1990s, Broadleaf today delivers agile management solutions that produce reliable, sustainable results across wide-ranging worker types, adding Independent Contractors (IC), SOW vendors, and recruitment process outsourcing (RPO). You’ll find that Broadleaf employees are collaborative, service-oriented, and resolute in their commitments to help make our clients’ successful organizations even better.
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