Recruiting Coordinator

Clearwater, Florida

Who We Are:

 

Malwarebytes is the next-gen cybersecurity company that millions worldwide trust. Malwarebytes proactively protects people and businesses against dangerous threats such as malware, ransomware, and exploits that escape detection by traditional antivirus solutions. The company’s flagship product combines advanced heuristic threat detection with signatureless technologies to detect and stop a cyberattack before damage occurs. More than 10,000 businesses worldwide use, trust, and recommend Malwarebytes. Founded in 2008, the company is headquartered in California, with offices in Europe and Asia, and a global team of threat researchers and security experts.

We’ve created a fantastic culture that our employees love and were recently named in the top 10 of Fortune Magazine’s “Great Place to Work” list.   We’re growing fast and are looking for some great people to join us.

 

 

Who We Need:

 

The People Operations Team builds efficient processes and meaningful programs.  Our driving passion is to ensure what we launch meets the needs of the organization but also scales as the company grows.

We are looking for a customer focused teammate who will strive to ensure we are providing a premier candidate experience. This individual will have effective communication skills, an eye for detail, and the ability to prioritize and manage multiple, incoming requests.

 

 

What You’ll Do:

 

  • Partner with managers, recruiters, and candidates to schedule interviews and book candidate travel, as needed
  • Assist recruiters with recruiting activity tracking within our Applicant Tracking System (ATS) which may include but is not limited to opening, posting and closing jobs and maintaining a candidate’s status throughout the hiring process
  • Compile interview packets and distribute packets to candidates
  • Gather feedback from interviewers in a timely manner to schedule follow-up panel discussions or interviews
  • Prepare and issue employment offer letters and contractor agreements for electronic signature and follow-up as needed
  • Assist with recruiting programs and events
  • Provide ad hoc assistance to support Recruiting and People Operation initiatives

 

 

Skills You Need to Have:

 

  • Prior experience as a coordinator or administrator
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to organize and prioritize tasks and overall workload
  • Strong attention to detail and experience managing an end-to-end process
  • Ability to embrace change

 

 

Nice to Have Skills:

 

  • First-hand recruiting coordination experience
  • A working knowledge of Workday and Greenhouse
  • Advanced user of Microsoft Outlook and DocuSign
  • Experience working in a startup or fast paced environment
  • Experience working directly with executive and manager level employees

 

 

What We Offer:

 

  • An opportunity to put your stamp on the world and on the recruiting process
  • An energetic work environment focused on personal growth and professional development
  • A competitive compensation and benefit package
  • 401(k) match
  • Open and flexible time off policy
  • Stocked kitchen with healthy (and some unhealthy) drinks, snacks, fruit and lunch options
  • A fun, collaborative environment focused on a sense of community and purpose

 

 

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