The Recruiting & Onboarding Specialist is responsible for executing MCCNO recruiting initiatives and managing the complete recruiting cycle from sourcing, screening, interviewing and selection. This individual shall manage the onboarding process for newly hired candidates as well as current employees who receive status changes, part-time labor and internships.
MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Develop and manage recruiting efforts by ensuring that top talent is selected to fit the MCCNO’s mission and culture. · Proactively advertise and source position job openings. · Identify and utilize resources to attract passive candidates. · Develop talent pipelines for MCCNO’s most critical skill sets. · Participate in recruiting events with appropriate staff to raise awareness of the MCCNO and employment opportunities. · Review all incoming applications and/or resumes. Screen and refer qualified candidates and coordinate with hiring managers to schedule interviews and relevant testing. · Compile interview agendas, question packets and scorecards for use in the interview and selection process.
Manage the onboarding process for existing employees and newly hired candidates including full-time, part-time and interns. · Serve as the main point of contact through the onboarding process, orientation and any related first-year new hire activities. · Manage the integrity of the offer process which includes extension of offers, follow-up to ensure responses are received timely and provide status reports on candidates throughout the process. · Perform administrative onboarding activities once the candidate has accepted the employment offer by ensuring that pre-employment paperwork, background checks and screenings are completed timely and accurately. · Ensure all onboarding materials are distributed and that responsibilities, deadlines and the onboarding process is understood by new hires. · Work with hiring managers to ensure that new hires’ work areas are set up and MCCNO- provided resources are in place on day one.
Assist in the development, implementation and ongoing maintenance of human resources policies, procedures and metrics. · Partner with Human Resources Manager and hiring managers to continuously improve MCCNO recruiting and onboarding efforts. · Continuously research and identify new sources for active and passive candidate recruiting. · Maintain and communicate recruiting and onboarding metrics through monthly reporting.
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university; and two to four years experience and/or training in human resources, recruiting or related field desired; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Bilingual in English/Spanish languages a plus.
Other Skills and Abilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must have an intermediate working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Experience in the management of an ATS a plus.
Work effectively and harmoniously with diverse groups of people in high pressure situations.
Perform under minimal supervision and maintain confidentiality.
Possess excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills.
Able to keep pace with the MCCNO short term and long term growth plans.
About New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
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The freshly renovated New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is an essential component of what makes the city’s major business events so successful. With 1.1 million square feet of contiguous exhibit space, the Convention Center is the sixth largest convention facility in the nation, and it consistently ranks in the country’s top ten of facilities that hold the most conventions and tradeshows annually.
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