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The Boston Consulting Group Talent Acquisition Specialist in New York, New York


Under the direction of the Talent Acquisition Manager, you will support the complete life cycle of the New York office's Consulting Team recruiting efforts. This includes event planning and execution, candidate pipeline development, marketing and branding related activities, planning and participating in the interview process, building of interview schedules, candidate communication and relationship building, and all conversion activities. You will work with the New York Recruiting Managing Director and Partners (RPs), New York Recruiting Directors (RDs), recruiting directors at BCG core schools, and regional recruiting teams to lead and execute the annual Consulting Team recruiting pipeline across OneBCG: entry-level consulting from both campus and experienced hire pools, as well as support Experienced Hire, Digital, and Analytics recruiting efforts for the New York office.

Manage logistics (planning, correspondence, execution) of the recruiting process from marketing and events planning, through screening, interviewing, and conversion, including conversion/welcome weekends and the summer intern program
Co-own interview schedules throughout the year (interviewer swaps, candidate communication, email logistics)
Team with the broader New York Talent Acquisition team on the New York office recruiting process across OneBCG
Participate in management of New York's recruiting cadre commitments and performance tracking processes (staff NAMR events and interviews with the right mix of consulting staff, ensure commitments are upheld, manage swap process, etc.)
Cultivate relationships with candidates, following up with all inquiries while developing BCG presence and positive experiences
Articulate BCG value proposition via candidate interactions, networking events, professional networks, etc.
Ensure diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies and principles are incorporated throughout the steps in the hiring process, from pipeline development to conversion; recommend creative and results-oriented ideas to cultivate a diverse pipeline
Collect and analyze information and data to evaluate the effectiveness of recruiting efforts, providing valuable input aimed at continuously improving our recruiting efforts; monitor and analyze the competitive environment
Drive conversion activities for offerees (ideation, planning, execution)
Participate in management of New York Associate and Consultant summer internship programs, including coordination and execution of orientation, case staffing, performance feedback, affiliation events, and conversion efforts
Ensure recruiting records, global database, and metrics are up to date and accurate
Use the database and other tools to manage data and generate correspondence, reports, interview and event invitations
Lead and execute strategic projects as needed

Education and experience:

Bachelor's degree required

2-4 years of recruiting, HR, or relevant experience required

Experience working successfully within a complex matrix structured organization

Flexibility and some travel required, particularly around peak recruiting season and planning weeks; Attendance at key evening and weekend events required
Functional and soft skills:

High customer service and relationship orientation - strong interpersonal and communication skills, highly responsive, want to deliver great results at all times, able to develop effective working relationships with colleagues across the organization and candidates

Excellent time and project management skills. You have clear systems and composure to deal with multiple tasks at once, with a great attention to detail and accuracy, particularly when under pressure.

Organizational skills to assist with all the behind-the-scenes magic while providing creative solutions, driving our high-level customer service, and positively impacting our recruiting efforts.

A strong intellectual curiosity. You're a creative thinker, interested in the bigger picture, always looking to solve problems.

Self-motivated and trustworthy. You take initiative and are able to work independently, exercising judgment in managing confidential/sensitive information

Punctual and Reliable

Ability to work overtime during peak recruiting periods
Technical skills:

Strong computer and database skills: Outlook, Word, Excel (preferred), and PowerPointRSRBCG

You'll be working with a closely knit team of Talent Acquisition members in the New York Office reporting into the New York Talent Acquisition Manager. You'll work with the other Talent Acquisition team members to back each other up and help each other out when things get extra busy or when someone is out of the office. The team is very collaborative and enjoys learning and mentoring each other. Your manager will be a great resource for support and troubleshooting and will provide developmental guidance and support as your grow your career at BCG. You'll work closely with your local office team as well as various Talent Acquisition teams across North America.

The Boston Consulting Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity / expression, national origin, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law, where applicable, and those with criminal histories will be considered in a manner consistent with applicable state and local laws.