Management Leadership For Tomorrow, Bethesda, MD or Remote
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More about MLT and the Position:
- While MLT’s mission is central to our success, we operate in a commercial manner in a competitive talent environment - our partners and Fellows demand it. MLT recruits and hires staff with high achievement / success profiles, who in turn have an opportunity to make a positive difference every day.
- The positions are not a short-term solution to help MLT get past a spike in hiring activity; we are committed to building a Talent Acquisition team that will identify and recruit talent to achieve and sustain the organization's ambitious growth goals.
- Data is important to MLT, and each member of the Talent Acquisition team will be expected to track activity at all stages of the recruitment cycle, so the dashboards we publish accurately identify gaps and areas for resource allocation and improvement.
- Work closely and communicate regularly with hiring managers and team leaders regarding staffing needs and timelines, candidate sourcing, pipeline development, recruiting metrics, strategic relationship building and networking and business priorities
- Manage operational aspects of candidate recruitment and cultivation, including contacting prospective candidates, scheduling interviews, and conducting phone screens
- Develop and execute sourcing strategies to capitalize on top and diverse talent from creative channels
- Support the full candidate journey, ensuring an exceptional experience for both applicants and hiring manager / team members
- Track and measure recruitment and selection data and integrate key learnings to develop a strong, diverse pipeline of talent
- Identify and implement ways to strengthen MLT's employment brand, recruiting processes, and candidate success
- 4 year degree and 2 to 3 years success as a search or corporate recruiter (experienced staff), talent sourcer, search firm researcher, or related role, which will include demonstrated experience recruiting on social platforms, building Boolean search strings, crafting effective introductory emails, presenting qualified, interested, and available candidates
- Transparency, integrity, and trust needed to effectively describe MLT’s career value proposition to candidates at all levels
- The resourcefulness - and tolerance for ambiguity - that comes with helping to influence a growing organization
- A genuine desire to be part of building and sustaining a high-performing talent engine
About Management Leadership For Tomorrow
John Rice at CitiAs a Harvard MBA student in the early 1990’s, John Rice began delving into the reasons why there were few other students there who looked like him. He developed a thesis for a nonprofit organization that would provide the training, coaching and networks that traditionally have been unavailable to minorities. In 2002, after a successful career at Disney and the National Basketball Association, John left the private sector to found the organization he first envisioned in business school: Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT). Transforming Lives Today, MLT has transformed the careers and life trajectories of more than 6,000 Black, Hispanic and Native American women and men – from college students to seasoned executives. MLT partners with more than 100 leading companies, social sector organizations and universities to strengthen their recruitment and retention of diverse talent. Know-How. Navigation. Network. MLT’s distinctive model provides the know-how, navigation systems and network to ensure talented underrepresented minorities are able to get on and stay on the path to senior leadership. MLT’s Rising Leaders benefit from exceptional coaching, skills training, and a powerful, professional network unlike any other – peers, mentors and senior leaders who share experience, trust and a commitment to helping each other advance. MLT’s experience and expertise are influencing national conversations about opportunity, race, workforce diversity and economic mobility, and proving that these vexing gaps and inequities can be overcome.