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The InkHouse Talent Acquisition Lead will be responsible for helping us find our most important asset-- our next employees. You will help support our staffing objectives by recruiting and evaluating job candidates as well as advising managers on the recruiting landscape in the places we operate. You'll also be in charge of our D&I initiatives and help guide our College recruiting team and events.
Most importantly, you will have a high emotional intelligence, someone who inherently understands people. You will help to build a network and pipeline of candidates who will become our next great team members as we continue to build a culture of kind, super smart and inquisitive people.
Prior PR/communications experience is a plus, as is understanding how agencies operate. Position will be based out of our San Francisco office.
Please note: This is a salary based role, no commissions.
InkHouse is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace that is reflective of the communities in which we work and the clients that we serve. We seek to bring together people of varying backgrounds, skills, and experience, recognizing that this leads to a diversity of thought that fuels creativity and enables people to do their best work.
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Company - Private
$10M to $25M
San Francisco, CA, and others
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