Senior Talent Acquisition Partner - Sales & Marketing (Remote)
Sonatype, United States
We created Nexus to accelerate software innovation
- Partner with our lead GTM TA Partner and lead recruiting of active and passive candidates supporting our Sales & Marketing teams.
- Collaborate with TA, Sales, and Marketing leadership to understand the organization's needs and develop sourcing strategies that efficiently deliver high-quality talent.
- Drive an excellent candidate experience from the first contact to offer acceptance.
What you bring to the table:
- What you bring to the table:
- 4+ years of overall recruiting experience (agency or corporate).
- Experience supporting sales and marketing recruiting functions in a corporate environment.
- Recruiting experience in a software organization.
- Experience using an enterprise ATS (Lever, Workday, etc.).
- Experience developing and implementing recruiting strategies and processes.
It would be phenomenal if you also had:
- Extensive experience with Lever ATS.
- Experience recruiting globally, particularly in EMEA.
- A bit of an agency background (we need to combine speed with quality).
- Experience with TA-related projects such as employer branding, DE&I, data and metrics, etc.
Things that we are proud of
- Things that we are proud of
- Fast Company Top 50 Companies for Innovators 2018, 2019, and 2020
- 2019 Best Places to Work Washington Post and Washingtonian
- 2019 Wealthfront Top Career Launch Company
- EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2019
- Diversity & Inclusion Working Groups
- Parental Leave Policy
- Paid Volunteer Time Off (VTO)
The Sonatype journey started 10 years ago, just as the concept of “open source” software development was gaining steam. From our humble beginning as core contributors to Apache Maven, to supporting the world’s largest repository of open source components (Central), to distributing the world's most popular repository manager (Nexus), we’ve played a meaningful role in helping the world embrace the power of open innovation.
Over time, we witnessed the staggering volume and variety of open source libraries that began flowing into every development environment in the world.