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Talent Engagement Specialist

Pillar Technology is looking to add an experienced Talent Engagement Specialist to its Talent Engagement team. Pillar’s vision is to provide a work environment where people do what they love and have an opportunity to experience their dreams. At Pillar, the brightest, most creative minds in the industry join together to work on some of the most innovative projects around.

As part of the Talent Engagement team, you’ll have the opportunity to continue to shape Pillar's culture and teams by attracting top, diverse experts in software development and the digital space.  If you're passionate about helping people find a company/position that exceeds their expectations, empowers them to take risks, and provides them opportunity to create their own career path--all while experiencing personal success in a fun environment--then Pillar is the place for you. 

A successful Talent Engagement Specialist will possess the following attributes:

  • Integrity, passion, work ethic, confidentiality and professionalism. 
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Sharp, fast learner with a technology curiosity and aptitude.
  • Energetic and highly motivated and with a proven ability to take initiative.
  • Highly organized and experienced at successfully multi-tasking.
  • Able to handle a healthy level of ambiguity, adapt to changing priorities and continuously find areas to focus and deliver value.
  • Extremely proactive, accountable and proven ability to collaborate with cross functional teams.
  • Self-directed and dedicated to solving problems and contributing to the company's culture and success.
  • Ability to build strong professional relationships with candidates and coworkers.
  • Ability to embrace a culture of "no constraints" thinking. 
  • Willingness to do some travel for team meetings and tech conferences.

A successful Talent Engagement Specialist will possess the following skills and experience:

  • Experience in technical recruiting in a fast paced, technical company or environment.
  • Experience utilizing a variety of Applicant Tracking Systems, search tools and databases.
  • Ability to create and manage accurate and precise record keeping for all candidates. 
  • Ability and passion for delighting candidates through each step of the experiential interview process creating the ultimate people experience for every candidate.
  • Innovative and bold approaches to attracting talent that go beyond traditional recruiting approaches. 
  • Serving as a brand advocate on behalf of Pillar. 
  • Solid business acumen, ability to apply creative approaches to problem solving and ask questions to better understand business challenges.
  • Involvement in the local tech community and participation in and hosting of User Groups, Pillar PluggedIn events and conferences in search of top talent.
  • Engaging with talent after they become an employee of Pillar.
  • Enjoys working in and/or open to learning more about an agile environment and strives to apply agile methodologies to the talent engagement process.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher.

Pillar Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). We strongly support diversity in the workplace. Please visit for more information on the company, culture and brilliant minds of Pillar.

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