Talent Acquisition Sourcer - (remote) Vacancy In Coupa

Hiring Organization / Company: Coupa
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time



Job Details:

Coupa Software (NASDAQ: COUP), a leader in business spend management (BSM), has been certified as a “Great Place to Work” by the Great Place to Work organization. We deliver “Value as a Service” by helping our customers maximize their spend under management, achieve significant cost savings and drive profitability. Coupa provides a unified, cloud-based spend management platform that connects hundreds of organizations representing the Americas, EMEA, and APAC with millions of suppliers globally. The Coupa platform provides greater visibility into and control over how companies spend money. Customers – small, medium and large – have used the Coupa platform to bring billions of dollars in cumulative spend under management.

Do you want to work for Coupa Software, the world's leading provider of cloud-based spend management solutions? We’re a company that had a successful IPO in October 2016 (NASDAQ: COUP) to fuel our innovation and growth. At Coupa, we’re building a great company that is laser focused on three core values:

1. Ensure Customer Success
– Obsessive and unwavering commitment to making customers successful.
2. Focus On Results – Relentless focus on delivering results through innovation and a bias for action.
3. Strive For Excellence – Commitment to a collaborative environment infused with professionalism, integrity, passion, and accountability.

Responsibilities:

    • Partner with recruiters and hiring managers to understand requirements for each open position and contribute to the development of new strategies to engage and convert prospects
    • Tactically research top talent and stay updated on current business news and sourcing strategies
    • Find, excite, and engage passive candidates
    • Screen candidates for availability, interest level, salary range, relocation needs, etc.
    • Find creative ways to get candidates attention during initial reach-out stages
    • Create an exceptional candidate experience and be Coupa’s brand ambassador
    • Manage a high volume of reqs

Requirements:

    • BA/BS degree or equivalent experience
    • Minimum of 1 year of previous Sourcing or Recruiting experience
    • Understanding of Software companies, especially in our space
    • Proven ability to screen candidates and work with hiring managers
    • Deep understanding of creative sourcing strategies and tools to engage and excite passive candidates
    • Experience juggling multiple searches and customer relationships
    • Boolean, LinkedIn, and alternative search techniques and tools
    • Sharp interview skills, with the ability to screen candidates for technical abilities
    • Great organization skills, ability to multitask in a high paced environment
    • Strong understanding of Coupa culture - this needs to be reflected to and searched for in our candidate
    • Ability to work remote (if needed)
At Coupa, we have a strong and innovative team dedicated to improving the spend management processes of today’s dynamic businesses. It’s our people who make it happen, and we strive to attract and retain the best in every discipline.

We take care of our employees every way we can, with competitive compensation packages, as well as restricted stock units, an Employee Stock Purchase Program (ESPP), comprehensive health benefits for employees and their families, retirement and savings plans with employer match, a flexible work environment, no limit vacations for exempt employees, non-exempt employees are on an accrual basis for PTO, catered lunches…And much more!

As part of our dedication to the diversity of our workforce, Coupa is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity without regard for race, ethnicity, gender, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or religion.

Please be advised, inquiries or resumes from recruiters will not be accepted.



Job Location Information:
City: San Francisco Bay Area
State: Ca
Country: Us
Location: San Francisco Bay Area, Ca
Job Listing No# : 41423

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