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We're looking for an Onsite Specialist
, working in Staffing/Recruiting
industry in Charleston, South Carolina, United States
- Maintainingcustomer satisfaction through ongoing communication with the customer and by providing outstanding employee relations services to Malone employees onsite
- Reporting KPIs to customer
- Performing client new hire orientation
- Recruiting, Interviewing, and Screening candidates for current and future job openings
- Performing drug screens and background checks as needed
- Verifying past employment of candidates
- Responding to employee and customer inquiries
- Investigating and resolving issues involving temporary associates
- Orientating new employees on company policies and safety expectations
Our client is an established national staffing firm. Committed to taking care of business. Committed to taking care of people. Helping you with your resume and interviewing.
Accomplishing amazing things with expertise in diverse industries. Serving multiple industries and disciplines.
Providing local expertise across the country. Building personal relationships. Connecting great companies with great people. Like you. 11,000 people like you. Every day.
Valuing you professionally and personally. Fully invested in your success. Working for you to understanding what makes you YOU. How does this opportunity feel? Let’s talk about it.
Experience Required for Your Success
- Experience in customer service is required
- Experience within the staffing industry is preferred but not required
- College degree preferred
- Experience with PeopleNet is a plus
- Ability to communicate in a professional manner
- Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to multi task
- Strong computer skills - Microsoft Office, Excel
- Must be available to work in office Monday - Friday 7am - 4pm
What Do You Think?
Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible?