• Corporate Recruiter

    Location US-TX-Houston
    Job ID
    Human Resources - Openings
  • Overview


    Richdale Apartments, a leader in the national owner / developer industry of luxury multi-family communities and commercial real estate is seeking a Corporate Recruiter.  Our recruiting department is responsible for staff recruiting for all divisions throughout the company.  This position will oversee full-cycle recruiting including sourcing active and passive candidates, application/resume screening, interviewing, and providing recommendations on the most qualified candidates to management.  






    • Develop and execute full-cycle recruiting plans for assigned departments
    • Collaborate with hiring managers on recruitment needs
    • Utilize and maintain ATS system for sound EEO practices
    • Create job descriptions
    • Develop marketing tools for open positions 
    • Maintain regular follow-up with hiring managers to determine the success of recruiting plans and implementation
    • Source a pipeline of qualified candidates in advance of need
    • Continuous networking through industry contacts, association memberships, trade groups and employees
    • Research and recommend new sources for active and passive candidate recruiting
    • Coordinate and implement college recruiting initiatives when necessary
    • Promote company benefits to prospective employees
    • Any other duties as assigned


    • Have 3-5 years of recruiting experience linked with creativity, problem solving and the tenacity to find the right people for the right role
    • Preference given to bilingual English / Spanish 
    • Have a proficient understanding of all employment laws, experience using applicant tracking systems
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to multi-task are a must
    • Exceptional employee/customer relations attributes, skilled communication, and a professional, positive image


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