Recruiting Coordinator (Contract)

San Francisco, CA

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OVERVIEW

Instacart's mission is to create a world where everyone has access to the food they love and more time to enjoy it together—and our recruiting team is responsible for filling the seats at our table. Our Recruiting team is comprised of Recruiting Coordinators, Sourcers, Recruiters, and Leadership. We are a productive, passionate, and energetic team of talent professionals who are making an impact on a industry-changing company. Not only do we strive to hire the best employees across the company, but we are also culture ambassadors of Instacart. 

As Instacart’s Recruiting Coordinator (Contract), you will be a central part of the recruiting team. You will work closely with sourcers, recruiters, hiring managers, interviewers, and leadership across the company to help us build a team to win. You will support a number of recruiters and own many pieces of operations when it comes to the candidates process. Your attention to detail will help candidates feel informed, welcomed, and energized by their recruitment experience at Instacart. 

ABOUT THE JOB 

  • Schedule, facilitate, and host phone, video, and onsite interviews. 
  • Coordinate and schedule airfare, hotel, and transportation for candidates who visit our offices from remote locations. 
  • Act as point of contact for candidates throughout the interview scheduling process
  • Host candidates onsite while representing the company with integrity, poise and professionalism
  • Partner with Executive Assistants, Recruitment Agencies, Executives and Team Coordinators to ensure a great candidate experience
  • Partner with Recruiting Operations on projects to elevate candidate experience and push projects across the finish line
  • Work closely with our Recruiters to provide the best possible candidate experience 
  • Help track candidate progress from initial contact through offer


ABOUT YOU

  • Experience working in a high volume environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with an appropriate blend of professionalism and friendliness
  • Experience working with Executive Assistants
  • Ability to problem solve and execute solutions in a timely manner
  • Confidence to make sound decisions in a fast-paced, ambiguous environment
  • A high sense of urgency while maintaining meticulous attention to detail
  • Ability to be a team player; adept at working with multiple people at any given time
  • Incredible organizational skills
  • Ability to shift tasks and priorities based on hiring priorities and business needs
  • Creative and process-driven: you’re constantly looking for ways to make things work more efficiently

 


ABOUT INSTACART

Founded in 2012, Instacart is a leader in North American online groceries and one of the fastest-growing companies in e-commerce. Our same-day delivery and pickup services bring everyday essentials and fresh groceries to consumers in the U.S. and Canada in as fast as an hour. We have partnered with more than 350 beloved national, regional and local retailers to deliver from more than 25,000 stores across more than 5,500 cities in North America.

We believe that great people are the ingredients for success. We like to think that we are like a potluck—everyone brings something new, different and flavorful to the table. We believe that just as meals are best shared together, success is best shared together. Our mix of thoughtful, inventive and neighborly employees work together to deliver our common goal: to create a world where everyone has access to the food they love and more time to enjoy it together. If this resonates with you, then Instacart just might be the place for you.

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