PepsiCo is on FGB’s Best Companies Where CEOs Support Gender Diversity of 2019.
FGB’ers working at PepsiCo rated their manager’s support a 4.3/5
Work that Works program offers balanced independence & support to create a flexible, adaptive and productive working environment
6 weeks of paid Parental Leave to new moms and new dads after the birth or adoption of a child
Center-based and in-home, back-up childcare is available for up to 15 days per year per employee
Auto req ID: 274479BR Job Description Are you looking for a challenging opportunity in an organization with a dynamic, innovative, and diverse environment? If so, your future is at PepsiCo. As a world class company, we seek excellence in everything we do. Therefore, we need talented, innovative people who are passionate about what they do. For more information, please visit www.pepsico.com We are currently looking for a Talent Acquisition Specialist This role is responsible of executing the end to end external recruitment process for entry to specialist open positions aligned with the local requirements while developing core sourcing processes to identify external talent when needed. Accountabilities: Execute end to end external recruitment process: Facilitation of Hiring Manager Intake Meeting to align the process, SLAs and profile requirements. Ensure timely and effective communications between candidate(s) and hiring team. Screen, assess, and evaluate external candidates with face-to-face behavioural-based interviewing methodologies and present qualified candidate slate (3 – 5) to hiring team. Ensure slate diversity representation requirements. Collect post interview feedback and facilitate consensus discussion, if needed. Create the OLDF (Offer Letter Detailed Form) and generate the offer letter. Extend verbal offer and lead negotiation with candidate if needed. Send feedback communication to non selected candidates. Ensure service delivery and KPIs fulfillment such as Time to Accept (TTA), Time-to-Find/Hire, Hiring Manager Satisfaction scores (HMSS) and system accuracy, among others. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with multiple stakeholders, including functional hiring managers and HR partner, in order to foster partnerships that yield consistent on-going communication, high-quality results, and efficient processes in order to build TA function credibility. Qualifications/Requirements Qualifications / Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Psychology, HR or related 2 - 3 years of relevant professional experience, which may include TA Coordinator, HR, Recruiting, or prior functional applicable experience, among others Proven work experience as a talent sourcer or similar role, with experience with sourcing techniques (e.g. recruiting on social platforms and crafting Boolean search strings), familiarity with HR databases, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS, such as Kenexa) Proficient in full suite of Microsoft Suite of products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Strong English oral and written communication skills Customer focused, adaptable, strong follow up and organizational skills Ability to quickly shift and adapt to changes as they come; proactively communicating throughout the process Ability to handle multiple tasks at the same time If you meet the requirements apply directly on this link for you to add your CV and we can take you into account for the next steps of the process. At PepsiCo, we are committed to providing equal development opportunities for all candidates for employment without exception of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, nationality, origin, or type of disability. We respect and value diversity as a workforce and innovation for the organization. Thank you so much for thinking about PepsiCo to start or continue your career! Relocation Eligible: Not Applicable Job Type: Regular
Maternity leave coaching
Backup child care
Onsite child care
Child care subsidies
Unconscious bias training
Remote work policy
Short term disability
At PepsiCo, we encourage our associates to courageously engage and drive change. Whether that’s standing up and speaking out, sharing opinions or experiences, or creating an environment conducive to dialogue.
Our associates are invited to participate in employee resource groups (ERGs) to help drive a culture of diversity, inclusion and engagement. We support their collective efforts by ...