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Candidate Experience Exec Lead
Posted on 7/19/2022
INACTIVE
Locations
San Francisco, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Customer Service
Writing
Requirements
  • You have prior hands-on experience with HR systems preferred (Workday, applicant tracking systems, etc.)
  • You have great writing skills, including strong spelling, grammar, and punctuation
  • You have experience with a high volume of work
  • You have superior customer service skills
Responsibilities
  • Be the primary point of contact for all executive scheduling inquiries
  • Partner with recruiters, sourcers, and executive assistants to develop scheduling workflows
  • Contribute to candidate experience projects
  • Respond to recruitment-related email and phone inquiries
  • Perform data entry and analyze relevant scheduling data
  • Track applicant status' and ensure the interviewer database is updated and current
  • Work with the Regional Candidate Experience Leads to stay aligned on scheduling processes
  • Be a mentor for other coordinators involved in executive scheduling
  • Additional responsibilities TBD
  • You're proactive: you have a demonstrated history of leading projects and volunteering to take on tasks
  • You're process-oriented: you believe in driving process improvements and developing workflows for the niche world of executive scheduling
  • You're resourceful: you don't immediately jump to asking questions, instead, you're a “let me check our internal tools” or “let me google that” first person. You want to find information for yourself, but you're happy to ask for help when need be!
  • Details matter to you: whether it's ensuring your punctuation is perfect in an outgoing email, double checking that the data in your reports are formulated correctly, or developing new documentation for team processes, you understand that small details have a real impact on your work
  • You're adaptable: you pivot quickly to changing priorities and can juggle multiple competing priorities at once
  • You believe in speed and efficiency: you have a high sense of urgency and work with a focus on a quick turnaround
  • You love partnerships: building strong, productive relationships is a core part of how you work
  • This isn't just a job for you - you have a passion for the executive industry and a sincere desire to expand your exposure to this field
Atlassian

5,001-10,000 employees

Software tools for development & project management
Company Overview
Atlassian's mission is to help unleash the potential of every team. The company operates software tools – JIRA, BitBucket, Trello, and more – for team and project management.
Benefits
  • Health insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Flexible or health savings accounts
  • Short-term disability insurance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Retirement savings plans
  • Paid time off
  • Catered lunches, wellness reimbursements, onsite fitness
Company Values
  • Open company, no bullshit - Openness is root level for us. Information is open internally by default and sharing is a first principle. And we understand that speaking your mind requires equal parts brains (what to say), thoughtfulness (when to say it), and caring (how it’s said)
  • Build with heart and balance - “Measure twice, cut once.” Whether you're building a birdhouse or a business, this is good advice. Passion and urgency infuse everything we do, alongside the wisdom to consider options fully and with care. Then we make the cut, and we get to work
  • Don’t #@!% the customer - Customers are our lifeblood. Without happy customers, we’re doomed. So considering the customer perspective - collectively, not just a handful - comes first
  • Play, as a team - We spend a huge amount of our time at work. So the more that time doesn’t feel like “work,” the better. We can be serious, without taking ourselves too seriously. We strive to put what’s right for the team first – whether in a meeting room or on a football pitch
  • Be the change you seek - All Atlassians should have the courage and resourcefulness to spark change – to make better our products, our people, our place. Continuous improvement is a shared responsibility. Action is an independent one