SockMonkey are looking for experienced TALENT ACQUISITION PARTNER to help us grow our studio. As a Talent Acquisition Partner, you will join a close-knit and authentic team that believes in collaboration and thinks people are the core element in the thought process and practices that support operations.
As a studio, we are happy for staff to work remotely, hybrid or in the office depending on their preferred choice of work.
- Position yourself as a true business partner for production and/or service teams, to support them in their talent acquisition strategies;
- Own the full lifecycle of the recruiting process for several key disciplines such as programming, art, design, production, etc.
- Actively work with managers to identify their recruiting needs, and act as a sourcing expert to share useful insight about the current state of the market and the most in-demand professional expertise;
- Build a local and international network of talents to develop proper relationships with active and passive candidates, while acting as a brand ambassador for SockMonkey;
- Develop a solid understanding of recruiting processes and recommend improvements;
- Leverage data and findings to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our recruiting process, foster innovation, and influence hiring decisions;
- Focus on providing each candidate with a great candidate experience;
- Stay on top of gaming industry news and trends.
- Previous experience as a Talent Acquisition Partner;
- Someone who works and leads with empathy, and identifies with our culture and values;
- Someone who is curious, motivated, autonomous, and who likes to work in a team;
- Strong project management skills: You need to be able to manage a project from start to finish and to clearly understand the needs of all stakeholders involved;
- A passion for video games and/or the digital space and technologies;
- Excellent communication skills
SockMonkey Studios are an equal opportunities employer. We are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.