Rappahannock Electric Cooperative Fredericksburg, Virginia
Human Resources Talent Acquisition Specialist/Recruiter
Job Posting #: 70FB12192018
Job Grade: 12
Job Classification: Exempt
Work Experience: Must have eight (8) years of current recruiting/talent acquisition experience where responsibilities have progressively increased. Additional experience in one or more of the areas of human resources administration, i.e., personnel, benefits, or payroll, desired.
Summary of Job Duties:
Communication Skills: Must be able to compose clear, concise, and grammatically correct written communications with attention to detail. Must be able to communicate with individuals and small groups in a clear and effective manner. Must be able to work with a wide variety of individuals both internal and external to the Cooperative.
Abilities and Skills: Must demonstrate initiative to seek out and act upon solutions. Must have the ability to handle multiple priorities and be detail oriented. Must be outgoing, proactive, and able to engage others through personality. Must be enthusiastic, energetic, passionate, outgoing, approachable, and optimistic. Must also be competitive, tenacious, and creative. Must be able to organize, plan, schedule and coordinate with minimal or no supervision. Must be able to initiate and complete projects with little outside direction or help. Must exhibit a professional appearance and manner in dealing with others and work to maintain constructive working relationships. Must have a team-player attitude. Must be able to research information and analyze data to arrive at valid conclusions required.
Job Knowledge: Knowledge in human resources related field, business and labor laws, labor relations, insurance, payroll, training, planning and administration principles and practices strongly preferred.
Working Conditions: Work will be primarily performed in the Fredericksburg office with occasional trips to the district locations. Attendance of seminars and conferences several times a year is also required. Extra hours may be required during emergencies or workload demands.