Staffing Manager Job Description
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We are looking for a Staffing Manager. In this multi-purpose leadership role; you will own both engagement and optimization for a defined geography (node). Creating a collaborative team environment and a strong candidate-oriented culture that ensures the delivery of efficient, effective, quality-driven service to business partners is essential for success. The Staffing Manager will focus on three key areas: 1) Owning the strategic development and delivery of community engagement plans, 2) Executing labor demand plans for multiple sites across the node, 3) execution of candidate engagement activities, and 4) development of relationships with both internal and external stakeholders to build long term partnerships. Successful candidates will be strategic and analytical thinkers who can see around corners and demonstrate a passion for process improvement, candidate experience, and onboarding process improvement. You will manage an organization of Staffing Team Leads, Coordinators, Administrators, and Ambassadors who thrive in an innovative, fast-paced environment.
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The Staffing Manager is responsible for the direction of all aspects of staffing needs and staffing operations of the center while supporting positive labor outcomes and onboarding processes through the use of discretion and independent judgment. Liaising with recruitment resources to fill vacancies promptly and supporting candidate screening and hiring processes. Responsible for developing and maintaining employee schedules for the facility by state, company, and facility guidelines to ensure that staffing needs are appropriately addressed and met.
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The Staffing Manager is responsible for the successful operations of the recruitment and staffing function of the Human Resources department. The Staffing Manager is responsible for the coaching and development of recruitment professionals and works with the Staffing team to ensure that all open positions are filled on an expedited basis by qualified candidates who will become valued members of the Team.
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We are looking for a Staffing Manager who wants the intimacy of working for a small firm but has the ambition to be a driver for success.
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We are hiring for a Staffing Manager on our team. As a Staffing Manager, you will be responsible for fulfilling Client and Caregiver schedules and overseeing service quality by upkeeping relationships. As the liaison between Clients and Caregivers, the Staffing Manager must ensure that the office has a sufficient roster of qualified caregivers who meet the needs of their clients. The Staffing Manager must also be able to analyze the roster and provide solutions in support of the hiring/recruiting team and people operations to ensure all clients have the best possible caregiver matched for their care. The Staffing Manager must be a hyper-organized, forward-thinking problem-solvers with exceptional communication skills and attention to detail. The Staffing Manager reports directly to the Manager of Operations while responding directly to the Client and Caregiver needs as it pertains to fulfilling their shifts.
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The Staffing Coordinator collaboratively plans and implements nursing unit and therapy staffing for patient care units and utilizes supplemental staffing in a coordinated effort to provide staffing for individual units according to established staffing profiles.
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The Staffing Manager is responsible for all seasonal and full-time program staff management functions. They recruit, hire, onboard, and re-hire seasonal program staff; track staff’s performance, assessment, development, advancement, and recognition, maintain staffing schedules for program staff roles; maintain records for required employee certifications, clearances, and evaluations; and – with program leadership – plan and administer staff training.
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The Staffing Manager will be a partner and support person to the HR Staffing teams at the plants. This person will assist in identifying recruitment opportunities/challenges across the organization and work in collaboration with other stakeholders to build strategic solutions and programs.
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The Staffing Manager is responsible for the cost center budget preparation, management, sourcing, and utilization of the Staffing Float Pool, and Relief Pool, and for organizing centralized recruitment processes for Medical Assistants. Sourcing activities are carried out in conjunction with the Human Resources talent acquisition department. The scope of coordination covers initial applicant screening, interview management, recommended selection, and practice orientation.
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We are hiring a Staffing Manager in our branch to sell our services and recruit candidates for placement with our clients. Did you catch that? We find opportunities to help people thrive and provide for their families. It is a big job! Our Staffing Managers use their technology, personality, and curiosity along with virtual, social, and verbal communication skills to make things happen.
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Frequently asked questions
What does a staffing manager do?
A staffing manager, sometimes called a recruitment manager, is responsible for overseeing all aspects of staffing within an organization. They play a crucial role in ensuring the company hires the best talent and retains them for as long as possible. The staffing manager typically reports to the Human Resources Director or a similar senior-level role.
Key responsibilities of a staffing manager may include:
Recruitment: They manage the entire recruitment process, from identifying staffing needs to posting job ads, screening applicants, conducting interviews, and making job offers. They may also be involved in creating recruitment strategies to attract high-quality candidates.
Employee Onboarding: They oversee the onboarding process for new hires, ensuring they receive proper orientation and training.
Planning: They work closely with other managers and executives to forecast the organization's staffing needs based on factors like growth plans, employee turnover, and industry trends.
Networking: They build and maintain relationships with potential candidates, recruitment agencies, universities, and other sources of talent. They may represent the company at job fairs and other recruiting events.
Performance Evaluation: They may play a role in assessing employee performance and identifying development needs. This can involve working closely with other managers and the HR team.
Retention Strategies: They work on strategies to improve employee retention, such as improving workplace conditions, enhancing benefits, and implementing employee development programs.
Compliance: They ensure that the company's recruitment and hiring practices comply with all relevant laws and regulations.
Data Management: They maintain and update employee records and other HR databases. They may also analyze staffing data to inform decisions and strategies.
In larger organizations, a staffing manager may lead a team of recruiters or HR specialists. In smaller companies, they might handle a wider range of HR duties, including payroll, benefits administration, and employee relations. Regardless of the specific context, the overall goal of a staffing manager is to ensure that the company has the human resources it needs to achieve its objectives.
What are the skills of a staffing manager?
Staffing managers must possess a range of skills to be effective in their roles. These include both technical skills related to human resources practices and soft skills that allow them to interact effectively with others.
Key skills for a staffing manager include:
Recruiting Skills: They should understand all aspects of the recruitment process, including job posting, applicant screening, interviewing, and candidate selection. Knowledge of recruitment best practices and technologies (like Applicant Tracking Systems) is important.
Communication Skills: Staffing managers must be excellent communicators, capable of clearly conveying information in person, over the phone, and in writing. They interact with a wide range of individuals, including job candidates, employees, managers, and external partners.
Interpersonal Skills: They need to build and maintain strong relationships with job candidates, employees, and other stakeholders. Empathy and emotional intelligence are key, as staffing managers often deal with sensitive situations like job rejections or layoffs.
Negotiation Skills: When making job offers or managing vendor contracts, staffing managers often need to negotiate terms that are favorable to their organization while also satisfying the other party.
Organizational Skills: Staffing managers juggle multiple tasks and must keep track of many details, such as candidate information, interview schedules, and recruitment metrics.
Analytical Skills: They should be able to interpret staffing data, identify trends, and use this information to inform strategies. This requires skills in data analysis and proficiency with HR software and systems.
Decision-Making Skills: Staffing managers often need to make tough decisions, such as choosing between two qualified candidates or determining the best way to allocate their recruitment budget.
Legal Knowledge: An understanding of employment laws and regulations is essential, as staffing managers must ensure their organization's hiring practices are compliant.
Leadership Skills: If they lead a team, staffing managers need leadership skills, including the ability to motivate others, delegate tasks, and resolve conflicts.
Industry Knowledge: Depending on the organization they work for, a staffing manager may benefit from understanding the industry and the specific skills and qualifications that are relevant to the roles they're filling.
Continuous learning and development are important in this role, as recruitment practices and technologies are always evolving. A successful staffing manager is one who stays up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in the field of HR and recruitment.