Function 2 Recruitment and Selection

1. Manage the process to request jobs (for example, make sure requisitions are approved, get approval for the number of positions to be filled, monitor open positions)

2. Support managers in developing job descriptions and keep records of job requirements

3. Provide contact between recruiters and hiring managers (for example, prepare job listings, share appropriate information with the hiring manager and the recruiter)

4. Announce job openings within the organization

5. Identify ways to find new hires (for example, advertisements and web sites)

6. Choose a group of potential applicants for managers to interview (for example, read resumes and conduct phone interviews)

7. Schedule interviews with managers and applicants

8. Answer questions from job applicants

9. Interview job candidates

10. Promote the organization to potential applicants (for example, attend job or career fairs, recruit at colleges and universities)

11. Organize assessments of applicants (for example, schedule and score assessments, share results)

12. Coordinate the final selection process (for example, schedule interviews with managers, check references)

13. Coordinate the employment offer (for example, start date, salary, benefits)

14. Prepare for the new hire’s arrival (for example, get identification documents and required forms, set up email address)

15. Manage database of applicants (for example, track the sources of applicants and the results of the recruiting and selection process, decide where to store information about candidates for possible future employment)

16. Report recruiting metrics (for example, the number of applications received, the number of candidates interviewed, the number of applicants hired)

17. Coordinate orientations for new employees (for example, discuss the company’s expectations for the position, review the employee handbook, explain the benefit plans)

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