Talent Acquisition Manager HR Jobs – Living Goods (LG)

Job
Title:              Talent Acquisition Manager
Organisation: Living
Goods (LG)
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
Reports to: Director,
Talent Acquisition
About US:
Living Goods (LG) seeks to
improve the lives of tens of millions of underserved customers by
revolutionizing the way community health is delivered in the developing
world.  To do this, Living Goods not only grows its own business
operations, but also dramatically magnifies its impact through large-scale
partnerships.  Living Goods supports networks of ‘Avon-like’
micro-entrepreneurs who go door-to-door teaching families how to improve their
health and wealth while selling affordable, high-impact products like basic
medicines, fortified foods, water filters, clean cook stoves, and solar lights.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
  • The
    Talent Acquisition Manager will create recruitment strategy.  Each recruitment is like a mini casting
    call, requiring a clear understanding of the role and the reasons a
    talented candidate would want to play the part.  But before filling the part, we need you
    at to clarify the three P’s — the 
    position, people involved, and process.
  • Find
    people. Many candidates find us through our website and ads.  When it comes to the best candidates,
    however, we often find them.  That’s
    why we want a recruiter with sourcing savvy: the knowledge of where the
    best candidates work and the ability to find them.  You will identify candidates through
    industry listservs, Boolean search strings, other NGOs, LinkedIn,
    Facebook, Development Executive Group, international conferences and
    trainings, and places we haven’t even thought of.
  • Emphasize
    opportunity.  Great people come to
    Living Goods because of what we do and because of what they can do. That’s
    why we’re looking for a recruiter who can sell opportunity.  A manager who can breathe new life into
    a Living Goods branch. An analyst who can measure what matters.  A leader who can revive a dispirited
    team. 
  • Assess
    people.  Knowing whether a candidate
    can do a job well is the hardest nut to crack in recruiting. At Living
    Goods, this means hiring people who can thrive in a team, do their jobs
    well, and do them with great gusto. 
    To find these people, we want a recruiter who has creative ideas on
    how to assess candidates – through things like writing assignments,
    presentations, mini projects, and auditions. 
  • Create
    tools.  Recruiting tools can serve
    as an exercise of creativity and a way to organize people’s time and
    thoughts.  You will take stock of
    recruiting tools already in use, such as sample interview guides and
    evaluation forms.  Then, you will
    identify new and better tools that can help us find, assess, and hire the
    best candidates.
  • Get
    a yes.  A golden rule in recruiting
    is to never make an offer that won’t be accepted.  That’s why great recruiters check in
    with candidates every step of the way—during the initial phone interview,
    after an interview with a hiring manager, and often in between.  Knowing candidates’ doubts and what
    qualities and responsibilities they really want can help a recruiter
    negotiate a “yes.”



Qualifications, Skills and Experience:  
  • The
    applicant should have at least three years of experience finding and
    hiring people for global organizations. 
    Preferred experience recruiting people for global health or
    development NGOs. 4-year college degree required; masters degree
    preferred.
  • Sourcing
    savvy.  You are able to find and
    reach out to passive candidates with personalized messages that build
    relationships and prompt talented people to apply. You can use online
    recruiting tools to identify great prospects.  You are proficient in Boolean.
  • Organizational
    skills.  You are able to lead
    searches through methodical steps and to adhere to timelines.  You have the ability to multitask – to
    manage multiple searches for positions that are at different stages. 
  • Computer
    skills – You are comfortable with Microsoft office and know how to use
    applicant tracking systems to track candidates and analyze
    recruiting.  
  • Collaborative
    spirit.  We want someone who
    actively listens and communicates. 
    Who can connect easily with her team and gain their trust and
    respect.  Who can roll up their
    sleeves and help others out in a pinch.
  • Problem
    solving skills.  You have the
    intelligence to anticipate challenges and the resourcefulness to find
    solutions.
  • Flexibility.
    Sometimes you will have 3 months to recruit someone for a position;
    sometimes you will have only a week. 
    You are comfortable in a fast paced environment with fluid
    deadlines.
  • Analysis
    skills.  You are able to ability to
    compare candidates and offer guidance to hiring managers on candidate
    strengths and weaknesses.  You can
    identify recruitment problems and propose solutions. 
  • Gets
    our model. Living Goods is a hybrid model. 
    We’re a nonprofit organization with a business minded
    approach.  We use business practices
    to achieve social goals.  Candidates
    with for-profit and nonprofit experience preferred.
  • Lives
    our values. You can thrive in our culture – you can demonstrate inclusion,
    integrity, innovation, quick footedness, collaboration, and accountability.  
How to Apply:
All suitably qualified and
interested candidates are strongly encouraged to apply online at the web link
below.
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