Job Summaries

Recruiter

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Recruiters manage the recruitment efforts for assigned areas of The Home Depot Enterprise. Their role is to implement recruitment programs, as well as provide the support, knowledge and tools needed for successful job placement. The Recruiter is also responsible for executing the internal talent acquisition process. Our people are our most valuable asset and as such, this position has responsibility for ensuring that internal candidates are treated fairly and have open communication with all candidates so they are informed as to where they stand in the process. In addition, it is also the responsibility of Recruiters to facilitate new recruitment initiatives and complete special projects as assigned. Communicating with others, building relationships and planning projects are critical skills for successful performance in this position. The Recruiter will also assist on high volume talent acquisition initiatives and will be responsible for telephone screening, resume mining and following up with pipeline candidates.

What are Recruiters’ interest areas?

Recruiters’ Interests tend to be: Enterprising

“Adventurous, ambitious, assertive, extroverted, energetic, enthusiastic, confident, and optimistic. They are dominant, persuasive, and motivational. They like influencing others, being in charge, taking risks, debating, and competing.”

What skills do Recruiters use daily?

Recruiters use active listening skills with their customers and critical thinking skills to find solutions to work-related concerns. They are typically skilled in both reading comprehension and writing and can effectively convey information when speaking with others. They use critical thinking skills and good judgment to make quality decisions or find solutions to problems.

What are Human Resource Coordinators’ work styles?

Recruiters can be described as dependable and have a high attention to detail. They show ethics and integrity in their work and are cooperative, helpful, and sensitive to the needs of others. They are independent and willing to take on responsibilities or challenges. They have a high degree of self-control and show ethics and integrity in their work.

What do Recruiters value most?

Recruiters most value building relationships and providing service to others, as well as supportive work environments.