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Junior Recruiter – IC and Technical

Xator Corporation

This is a Full-time position in Fairfax, CA posted June 10, 2021.

Xator has an opportunity for a Recruiter to join our team in Fairfax, VA. In this role you will conduct full life cycle recruiting, including researching and executing tactical sourcing, thorough screening and qualifying of candidates, coordinating interviews, and closing candidates while ensuring an excellent candidate experience.

As part of our continued success and growth, we are looking for a resourceful, motivated, autonomous recruiter to support our team. We are seeking a recruiter with national security/technical experience to partner with our senior recruiters and hiring managers to source qualified, cleared candidates.

Recruiters must consistently create and execute successful grass roots recruiting strategies to provide a well-qualified and cleared candidate pool.

Recruiters also contribute to and support enterprise-wide staffing and recruiting initiatives and priorities. 

Assist Hiring Managers and Senior Recruiters with defining and validating key position requirements (i.e.

defining education, experience, technical knowledge, and competencies) Develop content for job postings Ensure Hiring Managers prioritize position requirements based on business needs Partner with, and establish relationships with the IC for recruiting purposes.

Participate in intelligence community job fairs, organizations, and networks.

Enter requisitions in the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) Craft and communicate external recruiting strategies that target key communities and provide timely updates to hiring managers Actively source candidates utilizing all available resources including, but not limited to internal employees, sourcing teams, external job boards, and community outreach Conduct phone screens for all candidates submitted Track candidate & requisition progress in the ATS Review interviewers’ recommendations and participate in selection decision-making (hiring) discussions
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience.  Strong analytical skills, who understands the IC terminology, clearance process and types of government contracts (TOs vs IDIQs, etc.) The successful candidate must have 3+ years full life cycle recruiting experience in government contracting.

Experience building relationships and recruiting in the IC for cleared candidates required.

Experience recruiting for proposals and fast paced, quick turn ID/IQ task orders.

Recruiter must be results-oriented; customer-service focused and possess strong organizational and communication (verbal and written) skills Proven track record of working in a fast-paced, complex, and deadline-oriented environment Experienced in building networks to find qualified passive candidates Demonstrated experience in change management, establishing trust and credibility, working independently, interviewing and negotiating skills Requires the ability to actively provide recruiting support to multi-site operations and be capable of effectively building positive work partnerships with geographically dispersed multiple staff levels Must be proficient in MS Office applications and applicant tracking systems.

The ability to obtain and maintain a US government security clearance is required.


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