This leadership role will be charged with overseeing strategy and implementation of Viacom’s Talent Acquisition (TA) operations, planning and analysis in support of our business goals, including hiring standards, recruitment assessment tools and strategic initiatives, assessment training, employment branding, candidate experience strategies, process efficiencies and tools, candidate scheduling and logistics, recruitment team learning and development, temp/contractor vendor management, and recruitment analytics/metrics/reporting.
This is both a strategic and tactical hands-on project leadership role responsible for optimizing both existing and new recruitment programs and initiatives, while also providing thought leadership and recommendations for operational excellence. You will work consultatively with the global TA team and HR leadership, and influence a global team of staffers to leverage recruitment programs, processes, systems and tools that drive functional excellence, streamline operations, and enable continual process improvement.
This position will report to the SVP, Talent Acquisition and be part of the Leadership team. The Vice President will lead a team of 4-6 professionals. The ideal candidate has deep knowledge and experience managing and implementing complex staffing programs; has the drive, motivation and passion to deliver outstanding client and candidate experience, and enjoys and appreciates working alongside top recruitment professionals in a dynamic staffing environment.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
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