Department Human Resources
Category Human Resources
City Oklahoma City
State OK
Type of

Recruiting Specialist



Perform services which include Colleague recruiting, screening, testing, selection and retention. Assist with developing recruiting strategies; developing and maintaining policies and procedures and communication strategies, development and presentation of training materials. Utilize marketing expertise and employing currect technological methods to promote the company on a local and national basis as a possible employer.


Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or Related Field area of study required. Commensurate experience of 3-5 years in Human Resourcs/Recruiting is acceptable in lieu of bachelor's degree. • 3 to 5 Years’ Human Resource/Recruiting experience to include: recruitment and selection; manager and employee counseling; working with Human Resource law practices (EEO, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, etc.), and benefit/compensation administration. Proficiency with PC Windows-based software, including HRIS (preferably UltiPro), Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word), E-mail, Internet browsers, and skills/aptitude testing software (preferably Qwiz) • Strong verbal and written communication skills. • Verbal, written and communication skills examples: participate and present HR, benefits and compensation-related materials at New Colleague Orientation, presentation of policies and procedures, and write training materials and content for company Intranet. • Strong analysis and interpretation skills to include report writing. • Ability to research compliance issues and laws. • Ability to explain interpretation of customer needs and jobs requirements, to complete hiring assessment, and to assess candidate suitability. • Ability to work on a team, strong interpersonal skills, flexible/adaptable in position. • Ability to manage concurrent projects successfully and to maintain a high level of confidentiality • Ability to meet deadlines • Ability to guide project teams • Flexibility to adapt and change direction, learn new job responsibilities, and cross over in other functions CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND EXAMS: Professional in Human Resources (PHR) preferred but not required