Publishers Clearing House (PCH), headquartered in Port Washington, NY, is a multi-channel direct marketer of value-based merchandise, magazines and promotional offers and a leading provider of digital "play and win" entertainment. PCH is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced C ontract Technical Recruiter to join our team. This position will play an important role in researching and sourcing top tier IT candidates to be considered for employment. This person will spend time with our technology team to have a clear understanding of the job requirements and will find new, hot candidates through the use of social media, networking and other innovative techniques. We are looking for an outgoing, curious individual who has a proven track record of success in staffing all levels of IT positions and a passion for all facets of the recruiting cycle.
2+ years of staffing or recruitment experience of IT positions with extensive knowledge and experience utilizing online recruiting tools
Must have full recruitment cycle experience (Researching/Sourcing/Screening/Coordination/Closing candidates)
Possession of a vast and diverse network of IT professionals
Strong knowledge of technical job market and web based internet recruiting methods (Dice/other websites)
Outgoing personality and high comfort level speaking with a wide range of people on the phone
Proven ability to interact, influence and negotiate with a variety of internal clients and external candidates
Ability to handle multiple requirements at a time
Strong understanding of basic immigration laws and work authorization/visa requirements
Must be a self-starter who will require very little supervision
Join our winning team and apply today!
Apply by submitting your resume and cover letter online or by emailing email@example.com
This is a New York based position. Applicants must reside in the tri-state area.
PCH is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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