Job Title: Recruiter
Team: People and Culture
Reports to: Team Lead, People and Culture Services
Job Level: 5
Job Status: Temporary to May 2025
Facilitates CNO's staff attraction strategy by working with hiring leaders to source, identify, assess, select and onboard qualified candidates to fulfil organizational staffing resource needs.
- Manages the full life-cycle recruitment process (recruitment planning, job posting, candidate screening and interviewing, conducting background checks, presenting offers, and preparing successful incumbents for onboarding).
- Builds working relationships with hiring managers, team leaders and candidates throughout the recruitment process, to ensure the right placement is made.
- Provides leadership to ensure an inclusive recruitment and selection process that is free of bias, including advising hiring managers and panel.
- Establishes effective networks and working relationships with employment agencies/external vendors to maintain a steady pipeline for recurring roles or hard to source roles.
Education and Experience
- Completion of a baccalaureate degree in a related discipline
- 5 years of experience in a similar position, with experience conducting organizational recruitment for a breadth of roles
Consistently demonstrate CNO's Staff Core Competencies at the ?Live It? level:
- Innovation - curiously cultivate new ideas with a desire to learn and a collective focus on the best outcome.
- Integrity - conduct every interaction with fairness, honesty and mutual respect.
- Collaboration - work with the right people at the right time to make the best-informed decision.
- Well-being - care for the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional needs of ourselves and others.
Job Competencies, Knowledge, Skills
- Talent Management - provides guidance on recruitment ?best practices? and relevant legislation (e.g., Employment Standards Act, Human Rights Code, AODA, etc.), and demonstrates proven success in competency-based and behavioural interviewing methods.
- Communication - shares and exchanges relevant information with various stakeholders using a variety of communication methods as a competent and enthusiastic ambassador for People & Culture and organizational programs.
- Client Focus - applies effective stakeholder relationship management skills by anticipating, identifying, and meeting client needs to consistently deliver excellent service.
- Analytical & Critical Thinking - applies judgement, problem solving, and critical thinking skills to unique candidate sourcing strategies and assessment of candidate strengths to job requirements.
- Adaptability - demonstrates flexibility by shifting work priorities and adjusts approach to meet CNO's business needs
- Proficient in MS Office such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Teams, and Outlook.
- Hands-on experience using recruiting software, and Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) or Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS) to track recruitment and selection process.
Hiring Range: $84,488 - $89,781
Full Salary Range: $84,488 - $101,385
Please submit your cover letter and resume by October 10 at 4:00 pm via UKG PRO
Our DEI Commitment
The College of Nurses of Ontario protects the public by promoting safe nursing practice. We strive to be diverse, inclusive, fair, equitable and accessible by addressing barriers and promoting dignity and respect for all.? If you require Code-protected accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact via Isarta citing ?Request for Accommodation? in the subject line."
The College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) operates on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of many Indigenous communities across Ontario which continue to be home to Indigenous peoples.
CNO's office is in Toronto, on land that is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples.