Associate Director, Talent Acquisition & Onboarding, Resources

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  • Job Title Associate Director Talent

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Position: Associate Director, Talent Acquisition & Onboarding, People Resources (Brooklyn, NY)
Who we are:

The Vera Institute of Justice, founded in 1961, is a nonprofit criminal justice organization that strives to build just government institutions and safe communities free from the scourge of racism, white supremacy, profit, and inequity that is pervasive in this countrys legal systems. We are an inside lane organization that drives change at scale with ambitious public sector leaders who share our commitment to building anti-racist, reparative systems that deliver justice.

We leverage our access to government to transform these systems and work collaboratively with stakeholders across many movementsincluding advocacy, grassroots, and grasstop organizations. Our role is to pilot solutions that are transformative and achievable, harness the power of evidence to drive effective policy and practice, and use advocacy and communications to change narratives and norms.

Vera has a staff of 300 people and offices in New York City, Washington, DC, Los Angeles, and New Orleans. We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity in the workplace. We expect our staff to embody respect, independence, collaboration, commitment, anti-racism, and equityboth in our outward-facing work and the internal culture of our workplace. We value a range of experiences in peoples educational backgrounds and encourage people who have been directly impacted by the criminal justice system to apply.

Who we are:

The Vera Institute of Justice, founded in 1961, is a nonprofit criminal justice organization that strives to build just government institutions and safe communities free from the scourge of racism, white supremacy, profit, and inequity that is pervasive in this countrys legal systems. We are an inside lane organization that drives change at scale with ambitious public sector leaders who share our commitment to building anti-racist, reparative systems that deliver justice.

We leverage our access to government to transform these systems and work collaboratively with stakeholders across many movementsincluding advocacy, grassroots, and grasstop organizations. Our role is to pilot solutions that are transformative and achievable, harness the power of evidence to drive effective policy and practice, and use advocacy and communications to change narratives and norms.

Vera has a staff of just over 300 people and offices in New York City, Washington, DC, Los Angeles, and New Orleans. We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity in the workplace. We expect our staff to embody respect, independence, collaboration, commitment, anti-racism, and equityboth in our outward-facing work and the internal culture of our workplace. We value a range of experiences in peoples educational backgrounds and encourage people who have been directly impacted by the criminal justice system to apply.

Who you are:

The Associate Director, Talent Acquisition & Onboarding will be a visible, proactive problem-solver who is excellent at organizing, effective at building strong relationships and influencing ls across the Institute. The Associate Director will also be able to be both strategic and execute with great thoughtfulness and attention to detail, possess a dedication to delivering work of the highest caliber and able to cultivate an open, warm, caring environment where Verans can be their best selves, as managers, leaders, and within teams.

The Associate Director must be able to drive many key initiatives for our people programs, processes and partnerships that are robust, automated, scalable, and repeatable, all within a supportive, reliably transparent environment. Measures of success include a high level of diverse and successful recruits, positive employee relations, strong talent retention and solid administration of the function.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Talent Acquisition

Partners with hiring managers in developing recruitment strategy to identify and source highly qualified and diverse talent for current open roles within the Institute.

Manages the recruitment process and life cycle, including the applicant tracking system, initial assessments, interviews, and offers. Provides recruitment support and guidance to hiring managers with hiring and employment data. May develop specialized or competitive intelligence and research regarding talent development or retention.

Develops a pipeline of talent with high interest in justice reform and a growing affinity for Veras vision, mission and values

Initiates and strengthens relationships with college and university recruiting programs, participates in employment events, such as career fairs to develop pipeline of diverse talent.

Uses social media, job boards, Internet sourcing, and other technical means to source and track applicants through the selection phase through to onboarding candidates.

Counsels the candidate on benefits, salary, and corporate environment.

Onboarding & Acculturation

Own the end-to-end orientation and onboarding
   
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