Soliel, LLC: Dedicated, We Deliver.
Soliel is an innovative, premium engineering company specializing in providing Enterprise Architecture, Infrastructure and Network Engineering and Operations Support, Software Design and Development, and Systems Engineering services for both public and private sectors. Over the years, Soliel’s team of technical experts has consistently delivered outstanding innovative solutions and services that meet or exceed customer expectations and satisfaction.
Location: Vienna, VA (company HQ)
Start Date: ASAP
Clearance: U.S. Citizenship required.
Soliel is currently hiring a Technical Recruiter for the main office.
- Full life cycle recruiting to bring high caliber candidates to join the team, that include:
- Work with technical subject matter experts and hiring managers to accurately define the Job Descriptions, required skills and technical requirements for new positions.
- Screen, source and manage the candidate flow and end-to-end interview process.
- Negotiate compensation and close candidates.
- Manage the ATS to maintain a resume database of high quality pipeline candidates in the areas of planned hiring.
- Develop effective recruiting and sourcing strategies for difficult to find skill sets based on the position requirements.
- Proactively manage hiring needs and deadlines with the management team.
- 3-5 years’ experience in technical recruiting for government contract positions.
- Demonstrated success and track record
- Excellent Internet sourcing skills
- Experience in conducting cold-calls both for recruiting and research purposes
- Past experience recruiting a wide variety of technical roles, preferred experience in the engineering disciplines in the Information Technology sector.
B.A. Degree or higher from a Post-secondary Educational Institution
(Optional but a good way to stand out) In your cover letter, answer the following:
Assuming that you have all the requirements for the job description from management and they are firm. How do you go about sourcing for those passive/hard to find candidates in the government space?