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Alaskan Copper Recruiter in Seattle, Washington

Date Posted: May 15, 2024

Closing Date: May 24, 2024

Job Title: Recruiter

Pay Rate: $21.46 - $32.18 / hour

Hours of Work: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Location: 2958 6th Avenue S., Seattle, Washington

Job Summary:

Responsible for recruiting, screening and staffing of new employees. Support the HR function through maintaining records for Affirmative Action program, developing and updating job descriptions and training. Aid in management of the Alaskan Copper FMLA program.

Requirements To Be Considered For Position:

  1. Application must be filled out completely by the Applicant.

  2. Pass a Pre-employment drug screen.

  3. Meet all of the Required Essential Job Skills/Experience.

Required Essential Skills/Experience:

  1. Minimum two years applicable experience.

  2. Must be able to maintain confidentiality.

  3. Computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel or equivalent.

  4. Good written and oral communications skills.

  5. High energy individual, able to produce a high volume of accurate work in a hectic environment.

  6. Able to move between buildings and climb stairs.

  7. Detail oriented, good with numbers and able to proof own work.

  8. Able to attend offsite meetings.

    Required Essential Job Functions/Duties:

    1. Recruit applicants, screen, interview, and check references on candidates.

    2. Perform new employee orientations.

    3. Provide safety training to employees

    4. Assist HR Manager with grievances, workman's comp., and various other programs.

    5. Answer phones, take messages, provide employees with various forms as requested.

    6. Enter applicant and employee data on computer and maintain files.

    7. Use Microsoft Word and Excel to prepare documents, correspondence, position descriptions, affirmative action program postings, and memos, etc.

    8. Other duties as assigned.

Benefits:

• Medical, dental and vision insurance.

• PTO.

• 9 paid holidays.

• 401(k).

• Profit sharing.

• Life insurance.

Physical Accommodations

Considered on an individual basis.

Physical Requirements:

  1. This position requires the following in an 8-hour workday:

Total At One Time (Hours) Total During Entire 8-Hour Day

Standing: 30 minutes 30-90 minutes

Walking: 10 minutes 20-60 minutes

Sitting: 2 hours 4-7 hours

  1. Movement of objects and strength required for this job:

Lifting: Carrying:

Up to 5 lbs: FREQUENTLY (34-66%) FREQUENTLY (34-66%)

6-10 lbs.: FREQUENTLY (34-66%) FREQUENTLY (34-66%)

11-20 lbs.: OCCASIONALLY (1-33%) OCCASIONALLY (1-33%)

21-25 lbs.: OCCASIONALLY (1-33%) OCCASIONALLY (1-33%)

26-50 lbs.: OCCASIONALLY (1-33%) NEVER

51-100 lbs.: NEVER NEVER

  1. Required repetitive use of hands:

Simply Grasping: YES

Pushing & Pulling: NO

Fine Manipulating: YES

  1. Repetitive Actions/Movements Involving the Feet:

Right Foot: NO

Left Foot: NO

Both: NO

  1. Worker Positions Required in the Performance of this Job:

Climbing: OCCASIONALLY (1-33%) Balancing: NEVER

Bending: OCCASIONALLY (1-33%) Stooping: OCCASIONALLY (1-33%)

Kneeling: NEVER Crouching: OCCASIONALLY (1-33%)

Crawling: NEVER Reaching: OCCASIONALLY (1-33%)

(at and below shoulder level)
  1. Sensory Requirements:

Talking and/or Hearing YES

Seeing: Acuity YES

Depth Perception YES

Field of Vision YES

Accommodation YES

Color Vision YES

  1. Environmental Conditions That Are Found in the Work Site:

PHYSICAL SURROUNDINGS: X Inside (75% of time)

_ Outside (75% of time) _ Both (equal amounts)

TEMPERATURE: _ Cold (enough to cause bodily discomfort)

_ Hot (enough to cause bodily discomfort) _ Variations (sufficient to cause bodily reactions)

WET: _ Contact with water and/or other liquids

HUMID: _ Moisture content sufficient to cause bodily discomfort

NOISE: _ Sufficient to require hearing protection

VIBRATION: _ Sufficient to cause repeated motion or continuous shock

HAZARDS: _ Risk of bodily injury present

FUMES: _ Smoke or vapors resulting from combustion or chemical reaction

ODORS: _ Toxic or non-toxic smells

TOXIC CONDITIONS: _ Exposure to disabling fumes, dusts, gases, vapors, mists or liquids that may cause bodily harm.

DUST: _ Small particles that may cause occupational disease

POOR VENTILATION: _ Exposure to drafts or insufficient movement of air

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