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30 Sep 2022

School Network Staff Recruitment and Selection Specialist

VOICE Charter School
 Queens County, New York, United States

Job Description

Who we are:

VOICE Charter School ( is an elementary and middle school located in Long Island City, Queens that serves students across grades K-8.


Our mission is to create a safe and healthy learning environment that nurtures, motivates and challenges all of our children to achieve the highest level of academic excellence and to develop into mindful, responsible, contributing participants in their education, and communities.  Through rigorous academics and daily instruction in music, we cultivate students’ creative and critical thinking abilities.


What you’ll be doing:



Support the Director of HR and Talent in developing and implementing a comprehensive recruitment and selection program that attracts top talent and reflects VOICE’s values, mission and vision

Develop and execute annual plan for the collection, analysis, and distribution of candidate and staffing data; provide data-driven recommendations and consultation

Compile and deliver weekly, monthly, and yearly reports on recruitment and selection strategy

Initiate research and recommendations for changes to recruitment and selection processes


Develop and implement the full recruiting cycle, including but not limited to providing consultation to managers and staff around the hiring process, developing and implementing a marketing strategy, serving as point-person for candidates

Collaborate on job descriptions and candidate-facing benefits materials; develop and maintain external facing job postings on various job recruitment sites, education job sites, and VOICE’s online platform(s)

Perform outreach to and develop relationships with colleges, universities, professors and organizations yielding strong candidate prospects

Reach out to prospective candidates regarding job opportunities

Coordinate VOICE’s presence at career fairs, including but not limited to researching opportunities, training VOICE ambassadors, scheduling staff, attending career fairs


Conducting candidate interviews and reference checks, extending job offers, and serving as point-person for candidates and new hires

Develop and update selection materials, providing trainings, consultations, and coaching to hiring managers

Research and make recommendations regarding applicant tracking system

Oversee interview events for all positions, which may include but is not limited to coordinating logistics with interviewers, meeting spaces, and students

Support in implementing an org-wide On-Boarding program, ensuring every new employee is on-boarded and set-up for success, which may include but is not limited to coordinating on-boarding tasks, sessions, and communications

Model warm, collegial relationships with staff across all levels of the organization

Diversity and Inclusion

Support the org-wide strategic plan(s) around Diversity & Inclusion by identifying external trends and best practices to attract and retain a diverse employee population

Staff-Wide Professional Expectations

Embrace and be an ambassador of VOICE’s mission, vision and values

Collaborate, communicate, and maintain effective and professional relationships as members of an interdisciplinary team of educators, support staff, and administrators

Participate in required meetings and events, which may include student events, school concerts, parent-teacher conferences, on- and off-site conferences and trainings, others.

Meet expectations related to punctuality and professionalism including but not limited to reporting to work on time, following the appropriate call-out and lateness procedures, timely responding to emails, consistently meeting deadlines and communicating appropriately on progress on projects and goals.

About you:

Deep belief in VOICE’s mission, vision, and values

Open to collaborating with and learning from colleagues who have a variety of backgrounds, experiences, strengths, and talents

Successfully able to handle multiple projects concurrently in a fast-paced environment, and ability to be self-directed and take initiative

Attentive to detail

Value and are committed to diversity in the workplace and classroom

Effective skills in self-management including but not limited to meeting deadlines, effective prioritization of tasks, self-organization, managing up, and efficient time and task management

Knowledge of Recruitment platforms

Familiarity with educational terms, curriculum, and teaching methodology

Familiarity with manipulating Data in Microsoft Excel


Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university

2-3 years working in recruitment

Preferred: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in content area

Preferred: Experience working within a nonprofit organization or school

How to Apply

Please submit an electronic application (including a VOICE-specific cover letter and resume) at

Bureaus: New York. Job Categories: Full-Time. Job Types: School Network Staff.