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Guardian Life Head of Campus Recruiting in New York, New York

As the Head of Campus Recruiting, you will develop Guardian’s enterprise-wide campus recruiting strategy and lead our internship and early careers programs.

You will be joining a dedicated and collaborative Talent Acquisition team. As our Head of Campus Recruiting, you will have a dual-reporting line into our Head of Talent Acquisition and Head of Talent. You will play a meaningful role as part of the Talent Acquisition leadership team, defining our campus recruiting strategy and building out our internship and early careers programs. You will develop relationships internally with key partners, as well as externally on college campuses with students and staff.

You Are:

  • Passionate about hiring great talent and creating memorable experiences for students and new graduates.

  • A self-starter who is motivated by collaboration, a problem solver who enjoys diving into data, is thorough and has strong interpersonal skills.

You Will:

  • Take lead in the development of a campus recruiting strategy and serve as leader for our campus recruiting efforts across the U.S.

  • Build and maintain strategic relationships with target universities, including career services programs, diversity groups, alumni networks, fraternities/sororities, students, and faculty members.

  • Effectively collaborate with key internal partners, HRBP’s and our Diversity & Inclusion team to define a hiring plan and align on key goals and priorities.

  • Lead the overall design of our campus recruitment processes, as well as key deliverables and success metrics. At conclusion of recruiting season, review metrics and sourcing strategies to assess success of the program and present key takeaways and recommendations for future programs.

  • Develop network of potential candidates through thoughtful engagement and active participation in ongoing recruiting activities on campus, including presentations, campus career fairs, resume workshops and mock interview sessions, resulting in a network of potential, engaged candidates.

  • Facilitate the campus hiring process and serve as the main point of contact for all candidate engagement, from screening resumes, to conducting interviews and extending offer letters.

  • Coordinate both our internship and early careers programs, including all trainings and networking events, budgeting, performance management and offers at the commencement of the internship program.

  • Consider new, creative opportunities and initiatives to elevate our campus program and brand Guardian as an employer of choice for students and new graduates.

  • As a member of the Talent Acquisition leadership team, participate in developing our company wide recruiting strategy.

You Have:

  • A minimum of 5 years of campus recruiting experience

  • Experience launching successful campus recruiting programs

  • Previous experience leading a campus recruiting team preferred

  • Experience defining a Diversity & Inclusion strategy and building rapport with key diverse organizations and universities

  • Ability to define, analyze and articulate key success metrics and results

  • Exceptional organizational, time management and communication skills

  • Strong working knowledge of applicant tracking system, Workday preferred

Our Promise

At Guardian, you’ll have the support and flexibility to achieve your professional and personal goals. Through skill-building, leadership development and philanthropic opportunities, we provide opportunities to build communities and grow your career, surrounded by diverse colleagues with high ethical standards.

Salary Range

$81,040.00 - $180,600.00

The salary range reflected above is a good faith estimate of base pay for the primary location of the position. The salary for this position ultimately will be determined based on the education, experience, knowledge, and abilities of the successful candidate. In addition to salary, this role may also be eligible for annual, sales, or other incentive compensation.

Inspire Well-Being

As part of Guardian’s Purpose – to inspire well-being – we are committed to offering contemporary, supportive, flexible, and inclusive benefits and resources to our colleagues.

Health Care

  • Choice of [high deductible/copay] medical plans* with prescription drugs, including coverage for fertility and transgender inclusive benefits

  • Dental plan

  • Vision plan

  • Health care accounts – flexible spending, health reimbursement, and health savings accounts

  • Critical illness insurance

Life and Disability Insurance

  • Company-paid Life and Disability insurance plus voluntary supplemental coverage

  • Accident insurance

Retirement and Financial

  • 401(k) retirement plan with a company match, plus an annual age/service-based Company contribution and an annual profit-sharing contribution, if applicable

  • Complimentary 1:1 financial guidance with a licensed Fidelity representative

Time Off and Remote Work

  • Flexible work arrangements (part in-person/part remote)

  • Unlimited paid time off for most roles plus time off for volunteering, jury duty, voting, and bereavement

  • Personal holidays for colleagues to use in recognition of religious, cultural, or civic days

  • Paid parental leave and paid family and medical leave policies

Emotional Well-being and Work-Life

  • Emotional well-being, mental health, and work/life resources powered by Spring Health

  • Wellness programs, including fitness program and equipment reimbursement

  • Child, adult, and elder back-up care support through Bright Horizons

  • Adoption assistance

  • College planning

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Student loan assistance

  • Commuter benefits in select metropolitan areas

Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (J.E.D.I.)

  • Employee Resource Groups that advocate for inclusion and diversity

  • J.E.D.I. certification and training programs

  • Matching gifts/volunteering

Benefits apply to full-time eligible employees. Interns are not eligible for most Company benefits.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Guardian is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, creed, religion, sex, affectional or sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, marital status, disability, military or veteran status, or any other classification protected by applicable law.

Guardian is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact .

Every day, Guardian helps our 29 million customers realize their dreams through a range of insurance and financial products and services. Our Purpose, to inspire well-being, guides our dedication to the colleagues, consumers, and communities we serve. We know that people count, and we go above and beyond to prepare them for the life they want to live, focusing on their overall well-being — mind, body, and wallet. As one of the largest mutual insurance companies, we put our customers first. Behind every bright future is a GuardianTM. Learn more about Guardian at .