Talent Acquisition Partner - German Speaker
- offer expired over a month ago
- contract of employment
- specialist (Mid / Regular)
- home office work
Talent Acquisition Partner is responsible for the execution of recruiting plans for applicable business units, employing traditional sourcing strategies as well as leveraging new innovative recruitment approaches.
This position plays a critical role in ensuring that the best possible talent will be hired through a partnership with the Business Leaders and Talent Acquisition.
You will be a partner to aligned client groups, designing creative sourcing strategies to recruit top talent, and managing the hiring processes from initiating searches through onboarding.
There will be opportunities to work on global projects, collaborate and co-create with IBMers from all over the world.
Leveraging your domain expertise, you'll partner to aligned client groups, designing creative sourcing strategies to recruit top talent, and managing the hiring processes from initiating searches through offer acceptance.
There is a strong emphasis on influencing and driving decisions by data.
Solid experience in direct sourcing talent within technology or management consulting
Extensive end-to-end, full life cycle recruitment experience
Fluent English and German
Ability to navigate complex recruitment campaigns and niche hiring search
Independent, creative and with a strong sense of responsibility
Excellent communication skills with strong competitive market awareness
Ability to build a robust network of top talents by gaining market intelligence will be preferred
Good time-management skills with the ability to handle various requisitions simultaneously
At IBM, work is more than a job - it's a calling: To build. To design. To code. To consult. To think along with clients and sell. To make markets. To invent. To collaborate. Not just to do something better, but to attempt things you've never thought possible. Are you ready to lead in this new era of technology and solve some of the world's most challenging problems? If so, lets talk.