Clarks Shoes Talent Acquisition Manager in Needham, Massachusetts
Talent Acquisition Manager
Job Advert Description
Clarks is looking for an experienced Talent Acquisition Manager to join our HR team!
In this role, you will manage the development of the recruitment strategic plan for the Americas Region. Implement and lead the recruitment process by coordinating with HR Business Partners to ensure workforce plans are achieved. You’ll work on some fun projects too such as updating our Website, developing a social media plan, and collaborating with global partners on creating operational guidelines.
What You’ll Do:
Collaborate with HR Business Partners to determine how the corporate workforce plan should be achieved through a recruitment strategy. Ensure workforce meets current and future resource requirements for positions in US and Canada.
Implement the workforce plan through full-cycle recruitment which includes sourcing, screening, interviewing, evaluating candidates for skills, core values, and culture fit. Manage the candidate experience through the offer process to their first day.
Implement and manage recruitment processes that deliver top talent across the business.
Identify and apply the most effective attraction methods, including on-line recruitment advertising campaigns. Responsible for producing cost effective and timely attraction methods with sufficient top-quality candidates.
Meet long term talent acquisition needs by developing and maintaining meaningful connections with a talent pool of internal and external candidates, with potential for future vacancies.
Explore the market to identify best practices in recruitment. Provide insight and feedback to implement appropriate best practices in the region.
Analyse and interpret management and recruitment data in order to evaluate the effectiveness of recruiting and selection activities. Highlight trends and develop appropriate proposals.
Develop recruitment materials and communications in line with Clarks branding. Ensure that our brand image and values are reflected throughout the candidate experience.
Coach, support, and influence hiring managers at all levels to ensure recruitment processes and activities are consistent, reflect best practice, current legislation and brand values, promoting Clarks as an employer of choice.
Implement and maintain the e-recruitment systems, ensuring most current information is available to candidates. Create and develop metrics to track the effectiveness of the e-recruitment systems and share insight and recommend improvements.
Identify and manage a preferred supplier list of appropriate recruitment consultants, source and brief alternative suppliers when required, and assist in negotiating rates and terms and conditions.
Design, manage and conduct interviews and recruitment events for a diverse range of roles.
Maintain and share knowledge with HR Business Partners of current and forthcoming legislation, policies, practices and developments in Recruitment to ensure approach in each business area reflects best practice and that Clarks is compliant with legal and statutory requirements.
What You’ll Bring With You:
4-6 years of recruitment experience for a broad variety of roles
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources preferred
Clear understanding of business strategy and direction, as well as global and regional organization structure
Knowledge of legal requirements impacting on recruitment
Broad range of recruitment and selection techniques and methods
Understanding of workforce planning and other HR processes
Experience coaching and influencing at a wide level
Relationship building with candidates, recruiting managers and candidates
Clarks, based in Somerset, England, has been at the forefront of innovative shoemaking since its foundation in 1825, when brothers James and Cyrus Clark made a slipper from sheepskin off-cuts. At the time it was ground-breaking: a combination of invention and craftsmanship that has remained at the heart of what the brand does now. In the Clarks archive of more than 22,000 pairs are shoes that have sparked revolutions and defined generations. From the original Clarks Desert Boot, first designed by Nathan Clark and launched in 1950, to the iconic Wallabee, each design has an instantly recognizable signature that makes it unmistakably Clarks.
This season, we’re proud to introduce the Clarks Collective: five incredible activists championing authentic social change. From mental health awareness and LGBTQ+ rights to greater racial equality, these trailblazers are committed to creating a brighter future for us all – bringing to life Clarks’ new global campaign, For the World Ahead. Through spotlighting their stories and supporting their chosen charities and initiatives, we’re ready to lead the way. After all, we’re originators, not imitators. It’s who we are, who we’ve always been. And to change the world of tomorrow, we’re doing things differently today.
Clarks International believes that the principle of equality of opportunity is fundamental to the company's operations. Our long held aim is to provide just and fair treatment for all employees. We will not discriminate on the grounds of sex, age, disability, marital status, colour, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation or gender reassignment.