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Careers at Broadleaf

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    Broadleaf Results has an exciting opportunity for a Talent Acquisition Advisor to work closely with dedicated client of ours in East Aurora, NY, this position is also open to being  remote! This is a full time opportunity to work with an energetic and motivated team!

    What Broadleaf has to offer:
    • Great benefits package that includes health insurance, health savings account, dental insurance, disability insurance, life insurance, vision insurance, and 401K
    • PTO and 7 paid holidays

    The Talent Acquisition Advisor (TAA) is responsible for implementing strategies to achieve contracted service level metrics; executing the delivery of talent acquisition services to achieve results; managing goals and objectives; and maintaining communication with established clients to ensure successful business satisfaction. The TAA is the key interface for daily program issues/successes between Broadleaf, clients, and suppliers regarding order fulfillment, workflow process, and back-office processes. The TAA also provides guidance to fellow account team members and stakeholders in keeping with organizational goals and company policy. 

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Manage and facilitate end to end contingent staffing recruitment for assigned program(s) to ensure timely fulfillment with high quality candidates, evaluation of talent, and hiring manager relationships
    • Role model positive and professional relationships with client/supplier users of Broadleaf programs
    • Facilitate regular meetings/discussions with client hiring managers regarding Broadleaf"s processes and procedures to gauge satisfaction and develop a trusted-advisor relationship
    • Coach and counsel clients/suppliers as needed in a manner that yields collaboration and risk mitigation
    • Demonstrate expert understanding and strong management of all day-to-day and strategic operational functions required to service the client as outlined per contractual agreement, such as: contingent workforce staffing management; independent contractor compliance; third party pay rolling; statement of work management; worker onboarding and offboarding; co-employment risk mitigation; utilization of reporting and analysis
    • Regularly assess potential for increasing Broadleaf"s service for assigned client(s), partnering with Sales and Leadership to introduce potential new services to the client
    • Maintain a detailed understanding of client"s industry, products, markets, competition, and financial positions; ensure other account team members have suitable levels of knowledge, and provide guidance as needed
    • Monitor service levels on an ongoing basis via reviews of processes and efficiencies; develop action plans when necessary, for course correction
    • Manage supplier relationships and strategy by hosting supplier forums; perform analysis and conduct supplier performance meetings via the program scorecard process, and perform rationalization recommendations to align with business needs
    • Ensure operational processes leverage Broadleaf systemic/program process offerings for optimal efficiency
    • Participate in development and preparation of Internal Account Reviews, Quarterly Business Development Plans and Account Mapping (with support as required), and manage ongoing progress to meet established goals
    • Serve as back-up support for TAAs assigned to other MSP accounts as needed
    • Contribute to case studies, account plan and STRIDE certification
    • Create and maintain account specific documents for training and support initiatives
    • Perform other duties as determined by business needs and management direction