Sr. Talent Management Specialist in Charlotte, NC at Vaco

Date Posted: 10/29/2019

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Job Description

Vaco is a private equity backed solutions company that provides consulting, managed services, staffing, and placement services globally. Established in 2002 by "Big 4" consulting veterans, Vaco now has over 40 offices and has worked with over 9,000 clients. We have over 6,000 consultants and been named to Inc. magazine's list of fastest-growing private companies for the past 12 years. Vaco offers boutique services with global reach.

The Vaco Cyber Security team's success relies on the trusted relationships built with our clients. We recognize the challenge organizations encounter improving security, restructuring operations and handling risk while maintaining compliance and keeping costs down. Our information security specialists work closely with organizations to provide the solutions that best match business and security objectives. As a member of the team, you will have the opportunity to utilize and expand your skills through client experience and industry training while collaborating with security professionals across industries. Our team provides the full spectrum of security services to clients including, Strategy & Advisory, Identity & Access Management, Cyber Security Operations, Managed Services, Governance, Risk, and Compliance.

Job Description:

Our Cyber Security Consulting practice is looking for qualified industry professionals to contribute to the growing success of our Talent pipeline.

Our practice has revolving projects and opportunities for redeployment, new hiring and additional support of our central recruiting and sales operations. This position is responsible for support of full life cycle recruiting, sales coordination, consulting pipeline management and other HR related duties. This individual will work closely with the Sales/Account Executives and Sr. Recruiters on our active and future consulting projects. This individual will also help with all other functions of sales/recruiting lifecycle such as employee relations (ER), marketing, training/development, record keeping, performance management, policy implementation, communication and employment status.

Consider this a utility player in our consulting practice that will drive the success of our current and future talent pipeline. Reporting directly into the head of Talent Acquisition, there will be significant upside in the success of the role. This individual will also coordinate with other Resource Management associates and client service leaders, to balance workloads and address any needs. The Resource Manager may oversee administrative support staff but will generally have no supervisory responsibilities.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Prioritize consulting decisions based on engagement risk, specialization requirements, timing constraints, staffing continuity and geographic considerations
  • Utilize scheduling tools to forecast hours needed for a project, track actual utilization, and monitor total headcount.
  • Partner with Executives, Account Managers, Tech Leads and other Hiring Managers on Talent Delivery and serve as Recruiting/Sales liaison
  • Understand the needs of the hiring managers based on their region/location and assign appropriate client service personnel to engagements as well as balance the needs of the engagement with the preferences of individuals
  • Build relationships with client service personnel, to identify personal schedule preferences and/or career development issues
  • Provides input to and administers all human resource policies and procedures related to recruitment and staffing consultants
  • Conduct, prepare, and deliver periodic (weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual) reporting for the department
  • Prepare regular and ad hoc reports for internal use
  • Integrate new hires into teams by aiding in mandatory training for all personnel
  • Network with other team members across Sub-Areas and service lines, to address resource needs and deal with any conflicts
  • Monitor unassigned resources and reassign projects to cope with personnel leaving or joining Vaco, or to meet changing client needs, acting as primary point of contact

Position Qualifications:

  • College degree, preferably in HR
  • 4+ years IT recruiting, Staffing or Vendor Management experience
  • Strong attention to detail and process improvement
  • Proficient in Word processing and spreadsheet presentation software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook preferred)
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Working knowledge of ATS systems, job board searching and Boolean searching
  • Strong interpersonal and listening skills
  • Flexible in adapting to constantly changing priorities
  • Confident at working independently, with an ability to self-start
  • Adept at handling multiple tasks, with strong organizational skills
  • Creative problem solver - bring along new and innovative ways to recruit
  • Ability to work remotely, travel and have a flexible work life balance.

This opportunity also includes working in a new office opening in Mid-November in the Refinery Building.