Company: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Posted on: November 26, 2022
The Recruitment Specialist supports the Office of Human
Resources with administrative duties related to the full cycle
recruiting process and staff development programs. The Recruitment
Specialist leads recruitment efforts for selected openings.
Contributes to the Bishops strategic plan for the Conference.
Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and
contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in
accordance with its Catholic identity.
Maintains all requisitions for open positions and inputs
information into applicant tracking system (ATS). Closes positions
in ATS when positions are filled. Dispositions applicants and
ensures all applicants receive timely response regarding
Posts available positions on the internal and external USCCB web
pages, as well as outside sources as directed. Is proactive in
checking with recruiters to confirm accurate listing of open
Schedules interviews with candidates, hiring managers, and panel
participants. Arranges meeting logistics.
Serves as HRIS back-up.
Coordinates quarterly Employee Socials; annual Employee Recognition
Program; annual Administrative Professionals Day; and other
employee events as directed.
Coordinates regular publication of Conference Call Newsletter
(bi-monthly). This entails contacting Conference staff for articles
as well as working with supervisor to develop, write and edit
Acts as lead recruiter for selected positions as assigned. Assists
with applicant screening, background and reference checking.
Handles registration for staff development workshops. Occasionally
serves as a backup providing new hire orientation. Completes other
related duties as assigned.
Educational Level: Undergraduate degree
Major Field/Specialty: Human resources, business or related
Number of Years Required: Minimum 3 years of recruitment
Keywords: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington DC , Recruitment Specialist, Other , Washington, DC
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