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Talent Acquisition Executive

Talent Development Executive

About ALICE:

About ALICE:

We are in search of an experienced, talented and driven Talent Acquisition Executive for a fast-growing technology start-up in the hospitality sector based in New York City. We have just recently closed a $26M Series B round of funding as well as an acquisition of GoConcierge, a competitor based in Los Angeles. With these developments we are projecting rapid growth within the next 18 months, from 65 to 130 employees. We are a company that takes great pride in our team and our culture and are looking for a team member to help us find and hire the very best talent from around the world. 


  • Drive recruitment for all departments in ALICE
  • Source and engage top talent for active roles and future roles
  • Ensure a best in class candidate experience for everyone we meet
  • Build the hiring process for each position, preference for the “Who” hiring process by Geoff Smart
  • Screen and interview candidates for both technical skills and cultural fit
  • Track and analyze recruitment metrics while optimizing our process with the trends you’re seeing
  • Drive the selection and offer process - negotiating offers as needed
  • Coach and train hiring managers and interviewers

Qualifications and Skills

  • 2 - 4+ years of experience with 1+ years experience at a fast growing software company, hiring for technical roles
  • Strong technical acumen and an understanding of basic engineering principles and functions for development
  • Large network in the tech community with the ability to develop creative sourcing strategies to find and attract passive candidates
  • Ability to prioritize in a frequently changing environment
  • Candidate-first mentality and a passion for creating a top-notch candidate experience
  • Top notch written and verbal communication skills; excellent listening and observation skills
  • Proven understanding of HR systems, best practices, and ideally employment law
  • Experience within the technology sector is more important than experience in hospitality
  • Ability to confidently articulate human resources issues to internal staff and external stakeholders both in writing and verbally
  • Excellent people’s skills and ability to build relationships and communicate effectively at all levels
  • Hands-on experience implementing learning and development programs
  • Strong passion for and knowledge of learning, development, and leadership topics; desire to be a thought leader in these areas


Compensation and benefits:
Competitive Salary, Benefits, Stock Options, 401K


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