Function: Social Media Outreach / Recruitment Operations / Communications
Location: San Francisco, CA
Time Commitment: Seasonal, Full-Time from April 2017 – September 2017
To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to [email protected].
FUSE is at an exciting stage in its organizational development – one that is characterized by a rapidly expanding program. This year, FUSE will launch a six-month selection season for a 2017-2018 Cohort of 40 fellows. As FUSE continues to develop and scale its program, the organization is seeking to hire a motivated, detail-oriented professional as its Recruitment Specialist who will support FUSE’s Program team from April 2017 through September 2017. The Specialist will play an integral role in maximizing outreach efforts of FUSE throughout the organization’s demanding selection season.
FUSE’s selection season is led by the Program Team in partnership with an external recruiting firm. Candidates go through a rigorous review process, which includes a thorough application review followed by a phone interview, video interview and an in-person interview. As a member of a top-tier recruiting team, the Specialist will have ample opportunities to learn firsthand about what it takes to run a successful executive search and recruitment effort from start to finish.
This role will report directly to the Programs Director and collaborate closely with the organization’s Program team. In coordination with the Program & Operations Associate, the Specialist’s main responsibility will be to develop and implement a fellowship opportunity posting system that enables FUSE to efficiently and effectively post, track, and analyze performance of postings across a wide array of platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, university career websites, business alumni websites, and traditional job board websites. Responsibilities may also include developing content for social media posts, preparing mass emails and posting news, announcements and blog posts to the FUSE website. These efforts will be crucial in ensuring the quality and quantity of candidates FUSE receives for its fellowship program.
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