Talent Acquisition Specialist
Talent Acquisition Specialist for a 50+ employee (and growing) remote education non-profit providing professional learning to K-12 educators nationally
Type of Vacancy: Salaried, full-time
Start date: June 2023
Location: Remote/home office anywhere in the continental United States
Report to: Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition
Compensation: The full salary range for this position is $45,500 – $84,500. The typical initial starting salary range begins at 85% of the pay range’s midpoint of $65,000 (i.e., $55,250), commensurate with experience, to ensure there is room for growth over time.
Teaching Lab is an equal-opportunity employer committed to reflecting the diversity of the students we serve. We pursue equity as both a means and an end and enthusiastically welcome candidates of all backgrounds to apply for this role.
WHO WE ARE
Teaching Lab is a nonprofit organization with a mission to fundamentally shift the paradigm of teacher professional learning to achieve educational equity. We envision a world where teachers and students thrive together in communities that enable life-long learning and meaningful lives. In partnership with teachers, we transform professional learning from the ground up to dramatically improve student outcomes. We also work with school, district, and state leaders to create the instructional systems necessary to support these changes. To learn more about Teaching Lab, explore our website at www.teachinglab.org.
SUMMARY OF POSITION
As a member of the People & Culture team, the Talent Acquisition Specialist supports the talent acquisition function by identifying talent to advance Teaching Lab’s mission. The role uses social platforms and professional networks to identify and attract prospective employees. Additionally, this role provides administrative and operational support for the recruitment and selection process. Furthermore, with oversight from the Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition, the Talent Acquisition Specialist supports Teaching Lab’s talent acquisition strategy and employer branding initiatives.
Primary Support Responsibilities Include:Candidate Sourcing (e.g., LinkedIn Recruiter, etc.)
Talent Acquisition Events Calendar
External Pipeline Partnership
Talent Acquisition Phone Line & Job Email
Weekly Talent Acquisition Reporting
Hiring Manager Survey
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WORKING AT TEACHING LAB
All roles at Teaching Lab are contingent on business needs.
Teaching Lab offers a comprehensive benefits package for full-time salaried employees, including: medical, dental, and vision; a 401(k) program with a 4% employer match; short-term life, long-term life, disability, and worker’s compensation insurance; flexible health spending accounts; technology equipment; monthly technology reimbursement; and generous time off and leave policies.
This position is eligible for remote work anywhere in the continental United States, and may require some travel (up to quarterly).
BACKGROUND CHECK NOTICE
We strive to ensure that quality talent is selected and employed at Teaching Lab. Due to the nature of the services provided by Teaching Lab, we engage in environments that potentially put our Employees in close proximity to children and youth under the age of eighteen (18). Therefore, in an effort to protect the children and youth, our partners, and employees, Teaching Lab conducts background checks as part of the selection and hiring process. This includes reference checks, and verifications/checks for a social security number, education, employment, criminal records search (national and county), global watch list, and sex offender status. Additionally, depending on a specific partnership/contract requirement, the criminal background check process could include fingerprinting. Reference checks are completed by Teaching Lab’s People & Culture team. Other background checks are conducted by our third party vendor Checkr and/or the State specific criminal background check provider.
Please Note: Reference checks are conducted for all final candidates as part of the selection process. However, selected candidates do not complete verifications/checks for a social security number, education, employment, criminal records search (national and county), global watch list, and sex offender status until after a verbal offer has been made, and the written offer letter has been issued to the candidate. Questions regarding our background check policy can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.