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  • Talent Attraction Associate Specialist

    Job Location CA-ON-Brampton
    Posted Date 1 month ago(11/14/2018 5:23 PM)
  • Overview

    Talent Attraction Associate Specialist

    Do you want to be directly involved in developing and implementing the talent attraction strategy? Do you want to show case your creativity in designing marketing campaigns? We are looking for a team member who can promote our employer brand and build our talent pools!



    Key Responsibilities

    • Develop and implement recruitment marketing campaigns that elevate our employment brand to match our product brand
    • Develop and implement dynamic job profiles and marketing messaging to attract high-quality candidates
    • Establish a strong online presence in conjunction with Corporate Stakeholders to develop employment brand content that engages potential candidates
    • Manage and update the content on the Career Site
    • Develop tracking metrics on various channels to ensure that Canon’s campaigns provide maximum ROI and brings in the right talent 
    • Work with Talent Acquisition Specialists to help identify qualified candidates within the CRM


    To Succeed, You Will Have

    • Post-Secondary education is required; Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing is an asset
    • 3-5 years of relevant work experience is required; Preferably in recruitment or digital marketing
    • Advanced analytical skills are required to measure the impact of recruitment marketing campaigns
    • Strong knowledge of SEO
    • Strong project and process management skills are required to develop the recruitment marketing process
    • Excellent computer and technical skills in Excel and Google Analytics to analyze web traffic
    • Superb time management and multi-tasking skills are required to balance and prioritize tasks
    • French is an asset
    • Working knowledge of HTML is an asset
    • Experience in Marketing is an asset


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