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Regional Recruiter-Retail

Skechers U.S.A Inc

This is a Full-time position in Denver, CO posted November 21, 2021.

Headquartered in Southern California, Skechers has spent nearly 30 years helping men, women and kids everywhere look and feel good.

Developing comfort technologies is at the foundation of all that we do—delivering stylish, innovative, and quality products at a reasonable price.

From our diverse footwear offering to a growing range of apparel and accessories, Skechers is a complete lifestyle brand.

With international business representing over half of our total sales, we have product available in more than 170 countries and significant opportunities for continued expansion worldwide.

We sell our collections direct to consumers through more than 4,000 Skechers stores around the globe and Skechers e-commerce sites, as well as through a network of third-party partners.

A MULTI-BILLION-DOLLAR GLOBAL LEADER IN THE FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY.

Job Description

The Skechers Talent Acquisition team is at the central hub of the entire organization and fuels the company’s success with amazing talent.

The Regional Recruiter oversees Store Manager-level and above searches for an assigned region or regions and advises their stores, team and leaders on strategies and tools that acquire amazing stores talent for Skechers.

This critical role is both a tireless hunter for talent and global business partner and knows how to artfully balance heavy sourcing & searches with market visits, high-level meetings, and projects.

The Regional Recruiter loves both sides of that coin and thrives on the dual focus of their incredibly fun role! 

ESSENTIAL JOB RESULTS

  • Expert: Puts their exceptional recruiting chops to work in developing search & recruiting strategies that meet and exceed hiring plans and dramatically elevate their regions’ talent.

    Coaches, mentors, and trains their Regional, District and Store Managers daily on recruiting plans, tools, and overall hiring efforts.

  • Operational Whiz: Ensures outstanding operational execution across their requisitions and full life cycle recruiting efforts with heavy focus on ATS compliance and integrity and hiring process integrity/consistency.
  • Maximizer: Develops and leads a wide array of localized talent channel programs and events that advance their candidate pool and meets the business’ talent needs to deliver on its recruiting goals on campus and through diversity & inclusion outreach.

    Strives for and celebrates high ROI across these efforts.

  • Ambassador: Passionately leads and ensures an exceptional candidate experience through hiring events, digital and social media recruiting, job posts integrity and throughout the entire interview process.
  • Partner: Serves as a collaborator, colleague, advisor and resource for their assigned regions and leaders on all thing’s talent: hiring, retention, succession, training, development, and HR tools.

    Focuses heavily on partnership with their partner Employee Relations Manager in each region to ensure a highly successful 360-degree talent culture.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES-

  • No

Qualifications

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Recruiting is in your blood! 

  • You have led recruiting in a retail, hospitality, restaurant or related field for a large, multi-state territory and you just can’t get enough! 
  • Whether you’re leading searches personally or coaching others through them, you can’t turn off your ideas and creativity and continually are on the hunt for that next amazing candidate. 
  • Even with a multi-state, multi-time zone and multi-leader territory, you still function effectively and even thrive in times of change, evolving business needs and shifting priorities and have a honed ability to stay flexible to the unforeseen. 
  • You are a true business partner and will do whatever it takes to build, maintain, or grow exceptional relationships with your internal customers, colleagues, and candidates. 
  • Communication could be your middle name, with your highly developed ability to convey information and ideas to multiple audiences in writing or verbally.
  • People might also call you a taskmaster, as you utilize time and assets extremely well to meet deadlines, stay on schedule and manage priorities. 
  • Your background is full of retail or related industry experience, with a network of contacts and candidates and a game plan for how to put them together to bring the best talent to Skechers. 
  • You put your college degree and/or high-school diploma, work experience and other education to use every day as an infectious learner and strive to know more, do better and develop yourself and those around you. 
  • You are experienced and comfortable using Mac or PC based software (like MS Office, iWork, etc.) to maximize productivity and accomplish tasks and if you aren’t familiar with an application or system, you dive in and learn it quickly. 
  • You’re comfortable “on-the-road” and look forward to frequent travel (up to 50%) as an opportunity to connect or reconnect with your teams. 
  • Finally, you have so much fun doing and being all the above and share that excitement and positivity with those around you every day. 

Additional Information

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

The skills, abilities and physical demands described are representative of those duties that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities, who are otherwise qualified for the job position, to perform the essential functions.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and talk or hear.

The employee frequently is required to walk; sit, reach with hands and arms, and stoop, kneel.

The employee is occasionally required to sit for long period of times.