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Overview

DRT Strategies delivers expert management consulting and information technology (IT) solutions to large federal agencies, the U.S. Navy, state and local government and commercial clients in health care, technology, and the financial services industries.

The three letters of our name, DRT, stand for Driving Resolutions Together, which is the core philosophy on which the company was founded. That is, we collaborate with our clients to solve their most pressing IT challenges - together.

We are problem solvers dedicated to your success, combining Fortune 500 experience with small business responsiveness. We have established a reputation with our clients as a forward thinking consulting firm with demonstrated success in implementing solutions that lead to meaningful results. Our world-class consultants unite people to work collaboratively to achieve project goals and make your vision a reality.

Project Summary

At DRT, you will work side-by-side with talented, enthusiastic people who are involved in solving pressing challenges for Federal Government and commercial clients in the areas of information technology, project management, and financial management services. And as much as we strive to meet and exceed client expectations, we also strive for employee satisfaction in work/life balance, employee development, a total rewards package, and work culture.

Responsibilities

From generating pipeline to maintaining a successful offer acceptance rate, you will manage the entire candidate process. By leveraging your knowledge of our clients' hiring needs and search requirements, you effectively match candidates with the roles in which they will be most successful. *This position is 100% onsite at DRT HQ, Arlington and is 100% W-2 Salaried. 

  • Manage the DRT recruiting program, including managing, and mentoring the recruiting team
  • Ensure recruiting processes align with the current and future workforce
  • Ensure recruiting program is compliant with federal, state, and local laws
  • Coordinate corporate staffing plans with hiring managers
  • Develop and reporting of recruiting metrics
  • Develop strategies for attracting, hiring and retraining employees
  • Lead the weekly staffing meetings with recruiting team and hiring managers
  • Recruit top talent and achieve quarterly hiring goals
  • Provide an efficient and high-touch experience for every candidate from application stage to offer, evaluating skill level, driving the interview process and offer process, including reference checks, salary recommendations and closing of candidates
  • Negotiate offers to close candidates by leveraging your experience with competing for talent
  • Communicate effectively with the interview team to ensure preparedness during the interview process. Share and exchange information with all levels of management

Required Experience

  • Ten (10) years of experience of full life cycle recruiting
  • Experience managing recruiting team
  • Familiar with Applicant Tracking Systems and recruiting metrics
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills

Education and Training 

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field

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