More than Just a Paycheck!
Employee benefits are not just about the kind of services you get, they are also about how much you may have to pay out of pocket. Washington State offers one of the most competitive benefits packages in the nation.
Make a difference.
Our Talent Acquisition Consultant will:
Create a great hiring experience for candidates and hiring managers – and be known and recognized for it
Be a Talent Advisor – influence equity outcomes
Be Innovative – create & execute sourcing and assessment strategies
Inspire Others – mentor colleagues and other recruiters
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Execute full-lifecycle recruitment processes to assigned programs that have a broad and complex portfolio of business, by partnering with assigned hiring managers/supervisors
Leverage talent acquisition performance metrics to set and achieve goals, hold self and hiring managers accountable, improve effectiveness, and drive strategic planning
Proactively identify opportunities for improvement and/or optimization
Champion equity, innovation, and engagement in the recruitment and hiring process.
Our Talent Acquisition Consultant (HRC 3) provides full-lifecycle recruitment and hiring expertise and services to hiring managers, supervisors, and agency leadership.
The incumbent may be located anywhere within the State of Washington. Telework (mobile work) is currently expected. When approved, the incumbent will work with their supervisor to identify an appropriate work schedule and balance, including telework and reporting to the Tumwater duty station for work activities, if needed.
This is a permanent, full-time Human Resource Consultant 3 position.
Work that matters.
Public health promotes and protects the health of the people in the state of Washington and the communities where they live, learn, work and play.
The agency realizes that our efforts to achieve more equitable health outcomes for the communities we serve begins with our ability to operationalize and institutionalize equity throughout our internal policies, systems, and practices.
Talent Acquisition efforts must center on equity and inclusive recruitment and hiring practices to attract and hire the right person, in the right position, doing the right work.
Join a great team and lead us into the future.
The Office of Human Resources is the agency’s partner for human resource management in the Department of Health. We provide a full scope of Human Resources services to the agency, ensuring compliance with state and federal laws and collective bargaining agreements.
Our HR team members start their work by seeing one another as people who matter, understanding our impact on each other, and taking others into account as we do our work.
The Department of Health (DOH) works with others to protect and improve the health of all people in Washington state. We are committed to our cornerstone values of Equity, Innovation, and Engagement (EIE) to reenergize our commitment to health for all — creating policies and conditions so everyone can live their healthiest lives. We cannot embark on this journey alone. We must collaborate with communities, community-based organizations, local public health entities, governmental partners, health care providers and systems, the private sector, Tribal Nations, and many, many more. Infusing our agency’s values into how we transform our services, go about our activities, and strengthen our core work, is critical to the bright and robust future ahead. Learn more about the DOH Transformational Plan.
The State of Washington offers one of the most competitive benefits package in the nation that is designed to meet the needs of you and your family. Beyond the traditional benefits such as Health, Life Insurance, Retirement, and related benefits, we offer Flex Spending Accounts, Dependent Care Assistance, Deferred Compensation and so much more.
DOH takes work/life balance seriously by offering flexible schedules and telework options for many positions.
DOH also offers:
A commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion that fosters an inclusive environment that encourages all employees to bring their authentic selves to work.
Opportunities to serve your community through meaningful work.
A minimum of 14 days of vacation leave per year and 12 paid holidays throughout the calendar year.
A wellness program that offers education, access to healthy food, and fitness classes.
An Infant at Work Program based on the long-term health values of breastfeeding newborns and infant-parent bonding.
Employee resource groups that provide forums for employees to gather and share ideas about matters that affect their personal and professional lives and support career development.
Option 1: Five (5) or more years of experience providing full-lifecycle talent acquisition services. (Experience outlined in Option 1 may have been gained through lived, volunteer, professional, or a combination of experiences. If selecting this option, please ensure the experience is outlined in your cover letter, resume, and/or applicant profile.)
Option 2: Three (3) or more years of professional-level human resource experience relating to full-lifecycle talent acquisition services within a Washington State Government Agency. (Professional-level experience is defined at the HRC 2 level or above, or equivalent.)
Demonstrated experience in the following:
Developing and delivering talent acquisition strategies.
Assessing applicants on qualifications and/or applicant profiles.
Using NEOGOV or another similar applicant tracking system (ATS).
Creating and using data analytics to create reports and recommend outreach, networking, and sourcing needs.
Intermediate-level experience using MS Word to create, format, and edit tables, columns, and charts; import data and sort table data; insert and format sections, create headers and footers.
Using MS Outlook to compose, send, and respond to e-mails, and utilize program functions to coordinate schedules and schedule meetings.
Our programs and services help prevent illness and injury, promote healthy places to live and work, provide information to help people make good health decisions and ensure our state is prepared for emergencies. To accomplish all of these, we collaborate with many partners every day.
We help ensure a safer and healthier Washington by:
Working to improve health through disease and injury prevention, immunization, and newborn screening
Providing health and safety information, education and training so people can make healthy choices
Promoting a health and wellness system where we live, learn, work, play and worship
Addressing environmental health hazards associated with drinking water, food, air quality and pesticide exposure
Protecting you and your family by licensing healthcare professionals, investigating disease outbreaks and preparing for emergencies