Talent Acquisition Specialist

Posted: 10/09/2020

  • Full-time, 1st shift opportunity available (40 hours/week)


Member of the Human Resources team, responsible for various aspects of Human Resources functions for the organization. Maintain extremely high level of confidentiality. Sustain working knowledge of employee handbook, policy and procedure manual and all benefit plans to correctly answer questions from employees or supervisors. Responsible for talent acquisition and the recruitment of all open positions within Western Home Communities, including the overall candidate experience. Manages entire recruiting cycle including; planning, strategy development, candidate sourcing and screening, evaluation, interviewing and strategically looking for qualified individuals to join our organization. Responsible for posting open job positions internally and externally, including the Western Home Communities careers page and other sites, as appropriate to the position we are hiring for. Communicate with appropriate departments to identify recruiting needs. Continually evaluate and research new ways of recruiting talented and dedicated employees. Builds relationships and develops a broad network of contacts throughout the Cedar Valley and surrounding communities. Attends colleges, job fairs and any other recruiting sources to aide in talent acquisition. Assist in creating and writing job descriptions, as well as aide in the design of advertisements for recruiting needs. Help build and maintain a tracking system for all resumes and applications that are received by the company. Promote and participate in the Vision and Values of the Western Home Strategic Plan, including People First, Innovation, Servant Spirit, and Financial Integrity. Successful functioning in this position contributes directly to the overall Western Home mission of providing the best possible care for residents.



2-years post-high school education in Business, HR, or Management, with a minimum of one year related recruiting/talent acquisition experience; or high school diploma with at least three year's related experience. Must have proficient personal computer skills, including Word and Excel. Prefer experience with Human Resource Information System programs. Need to be comfortable cultivating and maintaining relationships with members of the community, future/potential employees, and businesses and colleges in the community. Must be able to maintain an extremely high level of confidentiality. Must be able to represent Western Home Communities in a professional manor. Must be able to work occasional evenings and early mornings as needed. Ability to read, write and speak fluent English.


Successful functioning in this position contributes directly to the overall Western Home mission of providing the best possible care for residents.


Enjoy competitive wages, paid time off, and other generous benefits, plus meaningful work that makes a difference in the live of others.

Type of Employment: Full-Time