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Task Level: Base/1 (6 months-1 years) of relevant professional experience \ placement company experience\internal from the senior coordinator.
Able to make a small, but consistent impact on the specific tasks level inside of the team. Follows up on tasks and able to understand their impact. On each Q, able to solve tasks or participate in a big feature of the team that has a major effect on the vector goals.
Delivers small complexity and well-defined tasks. Works on tasks that bring consist of bit of candidates to the pipe.
Build, own and nurture candidate relationships, staying in touch throughout the hiring process.
Communicates day-to-day messages in a clear way, within their close circle and gives good communication when engaged by others.
Relates to our culture and proactively trying to practice it. Learns our culture, speaks instances of the culture.
Ability to consistently make sure their sourcing tasks are prioritized based on the team or company goals. Can lead a project/event/LinkedIn parties domain to completion while monitoring data to ensure the impact is achieved.
Feature level: Base/2 – 2-3 years of relevant professional experience \ placement company experience\internally from the senior coordinator.
Raising flags and consulting others in order to leverage business impact. Have full ownership on their positions pipeline (bit & scale), in order to make an impact with a fast and efficient sourcing process. Have a consistent percentage of the source mix and hires. On each Q, able to lead small-medium projects or participate in a big vector of the team that has a significant effect on the company goals. Owns team success and failure.
Plays a significant part on core projects in the domain together with others.
An experienced Sourcer with sample knowledge and wide-ranging experience, a profound understanding in the field of their expertise, and independent work capability. Works with others on big projects.
Proactive communicator, highly collaborative in the team. Uses communication as a means to success.
Highly aligned with the company’s culture and practices it in the day-to-day.
Domain level impact: IC/3 – Usually has more than 3 years of experience, experience with in house recruitment.
Full ownership of their business unit sourcing and team achievements. Leading all the aspects of their domain sourcing – Sourcing strategies, planning, and quality of candidates. Have a major percentage of the source mix and hires. On each Q, able to lead the domain or participate in company activities that have a major effect on the recruitment goals. Owns domain success and failure.
The key focal point for problem-solving inside the domain. Holds the domains’ complexity and manages to support and mentor others in the day-to-day. A Senior Sourcer with vast knowledge and wide-ranging experience, a profound understanding of the field of their expertise, and independent work capability.
A domain’s engine. Helps others, identifies trends, initiates improvements, and has a Halo effect on the domain. Works on complex sourcing positions & able to solve complex issues with position pipes. Independently working with the hiring team.
Recommend and drive improvements with recruiters and interviewing teams to effectively screen and assess talent.
A culture influencer, is accountable for the culture in their domain and influences on other domains.
Consistent unique impact through sourcing. Consistently uses sourcing superpowers to drive efforts that have a significant impact on the team and the company. Has an impact on the whole sourcing team.
Individual contributor with extensive knowledge and experience in their field.
Sourcing wide communication engine driver.
Drives the monday culture within their group, by their day-to-day actions and behaviors. Being a role model to others.
Managerial level: 4 – 1+ years as a sourcer in the industry/organization. Leadership and mentoring abilities and passion.
Accountable for team results, drives the impact-driven approach in the team, and makes sure that everyone works on the most impactful tasks. Manages to inspire their team through planning, context building and setting aspirational goals. Owner and responsible for the team’s performance and ongoing training and support. Drives the evolution of our recruitment to better impact the business.
Holds the entire team complexity A-Z. Can provide solutions and guidance on all aspects within the domain. Solves day-to-day sourcing issues within the team while driving them to meet the goals on a high scale work volume. Able to break down complexity into beats and execution.
Holistic team management and leadership of an entire domain in a group. Strong sourcing background in one or more departments with ability to train, mentor, and monitor other team members. Responsible and accountable for quality, strategy, and execution on their team.
Team communication engine. Leads discussions by sharing clear and concise content.
Accountable for creating and driving culture manifestation within a team.
Leads the impact-driven approach in multiple domains. Consistently pushes for exceptionally impactful results.
Leads and guides others with solutions to complex problems, solves highly complex issues in all hiring processes. Independently working with the hiring team from opening new positions to managing the end-to-end process. Working with mass scales.
A manager of managers leads the sourcing effort of multiple teams with a shared goal. In-depth experience in the sourcing world from several places that took part in them, brings outside knowledge.
The backbone of the sourcing organization communication. As such, proactively promotes positive, effective, and respectful communication. Navigate complex and stressful situations in a way that promotes collaboration.
Owner and drive the company culture, accountable for monday’s culture and values to new joiners. Shares the responsibility to drive the sourcing culture.