Talent Acquisition Manager

Contract, Remote

Who We Are

PushBlack is the nation's largest media advocacy organization for Black Americans, currently serving 9 million people across all platforms, including 5 million subscribers on Facebook Messenger. We use the power of narrative, especially Black History, to educate and activate our subscribers to build their personal power and create lasting economic and political change.

Take a look at the PushBlack Manifesto to learn more about us.

What We're Looking For

A talent acquisition consultant  with full-cycle recruiting experience, hiring high-performing employees.

What You’d Be Doing
  • Plan and implement PushBlack’s talent acquisition strategy
  • Develop PushBlack’s policy for talent assessment and interviews
  • Quarterly analysis of PushBlack’s organizational development to identify future talent needs
  • Manage recruitment and selection process (resume screening, initial calls, interviews, etc.), working closely with supervisors and other team members
  • Occasionally represent PushBlack internally and externally at recruitment events (virtual and in person)
  • Conduct weekly check ins with new staff, through the orientation period
  • Suggest new ideas for improving talent acquisition activities for PushBlack
Got Skills?
  • At least 5 years of talent acquisition experience
  • Demonstrated commitment to issues critical to the Black community
  • In-depth understanding of candidate selection process
  • Extremely high attention to detail - you hate errors!
  • Outstanding communication skills - consistently clear and thorough 
  • Proactive and self-starter
This Would Put You Over The Top
  • Have experience hiring for media agencies or nonprofit organizations
How To Apply

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PushBlack is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, people from working class backgrounds, women, and LGBTQIA+ people are centered in the work we do. We strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities.