Administrative/Recruitment Assistant


Administrative/Recruiting Assistant
WBCP, Inc. Oregon
Salary commensurate with experience

WBCP seeks two full-time positions for an Administrative Support Professional and a Recruiting Assistant to work from our office in Gold Hill/Rogue River, Oregon. WBCP offers a collaborative, team-based, and supportive work environment, including a company on-premises, subsidized daycare for WBCP employees. We are looking for someone who can take initiative, is highly organized, and brings excellent project management skills. The successful candidate will provide support through the entirety of our recruitment lifecycle and perform core duties, such as scheduling, resume review, file maintenance (electronic and physical), interview coordination, and support our executive search team to meet important deadlines and communicate effectively with our clients and recruitment candidates. 

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WBCP has built a brand where our clients know they can trust and expect us to handle each phase of a recruitment with expertise and professionalism. The Administrative and Recruiting Assistants will support all facets of WBCP’s recruiting process, from initial communications with clients, all the way to closing out a recruitment. While the day-to-day work on this role will vary, typical job duties include processing and reviewing resumes, scheduling meetings, working with applicants and clients, assembling meeting materials, filing, arranging travel, and overall, supporting the Executive Leadership and Recruitment Teams. The ideal candidate will be eager to jump in anywhere they can help. The work environment at WBCP moves at a fast pace, so successful candidates will need to be flexible to sudden changes. 

Complete an application and submit your resume and cover letter at:  
Questions: Contact our office at 541-664-0376 or  

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