Hebrew SeniorLife


Job ID
Human Resources


Designated as one of Boston's Top Employers by the Boston Globe for 2 consecutive years, Hebrew SeniorLife is a phenomenal organization to represent!  The Recruiter will manage the recruitment process primarily for our entry level business, operations,  and clinical units and eventually take on more challenging searches. This is a great opportunity for a Recruiter to transition into the healthcare environment.  This position is full time, however we can consider part time or flexible work arrangements for the right person.  The ability to make great matches is what matters in this role!

The HR team at HSL is a cohesive, productive group that consistently produces great results for our clients.  We work hard, care about the people here, and strive to add value and impact to the excellent quality of care provided to patients and residents of this wonderful organization.

This is a unique learning opportunity for a junior professional, or a fantastic chance to add value and do great work on a part time basis for an experienced recruiter.


Manage the full cycle recruiting process from outreach, advertising, and screening to onboarding activities. 

Serve as an integral member of the Human Resources Team, and participate in HR  process improvement activities and employee engagement activities across the organization.

Serve as an ambassador for Hebrew SeniorLife in the community, promoting the success of the entire recruitment team and promote brand awareness of the organization as a great place to work!




This position requires a professional with outstanding written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Tech savvy, with the ability to utilize social media and recruitment technology in the most efficient manner.

The ability to think creatively to manage high volume recruitment needs is a must, as is comfort working with a diverse population of candidates and employees from all over the globe.

Bachelors degree required.



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