Location: Washington DC Region
Employment Type: Direct Hire
Are you an outgoing, results-driven team player? Are you seeking a rewarding career with a dynamic company that fosters healthy competition AND a team-oriented environment? Check out Addison Group! We are currently seeking interns for the role of Jr. Recruiter/Inside Sales.
Role and Responsibilities:
The Jr. Recruiter/Sales Intern is primarily responsible for prospecting new candidates for the Vertical/Location for which they are hired, via strategic recruiting activity. Jr. Recruiters assist recruiters in identifying talent for high volume or hard to fill orders, as assigned by their recruiter or Branch Manager. A Jr. Recruiter must be able to identify and network with prospective job seekers and develop recruiting strategies with their recruiter for specific open client positions. Heavy daily phone activity is required for generating and following up on resumes and identifying leads. Written skills are required for electronic communication as well as resume formatting for recruiters.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Qualifications and Education Requirements:
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills/attributes:
The goal for our internship program is for interns to learn the full lifecycle recruiting process. Interns will function as members of our sales/recruiting teams, and will report directly to our Branch Managers who will hold weekly training sessions and one-on-one meetings.
In addition to exposure to sales/recruiting, interns will be required to complete biweekly projects intended to prepare them for entering the job market. Addison Group is uniquely positioned to provide interns with both on-the-job experience as well as general expertise on career development and marketability. Please see below for a schedule of career-focused projects:
Internship Project Schedule
Weeks 1-2: Addison Learning & Development
Complete Addison’s Onboarding Training via Cornerstone. Learning & Development will be informed when this is complete.
Weeks 3-4: Resume
Based on the information you have learned through exposure to recruiting and training on Addison Group, create a resume tailored to a Recruiter position at Addison. Branch Manager will review resume and offer feedback.
Weeks 5-6: LinkedIn Profile
Create a LinkedIn profile highlighting skills and career goals. This profile will be reviewed by the Marketing department who will share feedback and tips for areas of improvement.
Weeks 7-8: Networking Event
Attend a networking event with other office interns – report back to Branch Manager on outcome during weekly 1x1.
Weeks 9-10: Candidate Visit
Now that you have gained experience in sourcing/recruiting/sales, it is time to build your skills! Interns will assist a Recruiter in a candidate visit in the office, assessing the skills/career goals of a recently sourced new candidate. Tenured recruiter will offer feedback on performance.
The final assignment for interns will be a formal interview with the Branch Manager during the final week of employment. The interview is meant to be an overview of your experience and what you’ve learned, as well as an opportunity to show why you would be a good fit for Addison Group. Branch Manager will offer feedback on the interview and provide tips on areas of improvement.
Addison Group is always looking to add to our team! Employees who show a particular aptitude for recruiting/sales will be considered for full-time positions upon graduation.
Named “Top 50” Fastest Growing Company, Addison Group continues to achieve success and growth while embodying our Work Hard/Play Hard mantra. Some of the benefits of working with Addison include: