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Join the team as our next Recruiter, Early in Career Talent, North America
Who we are & why we’re hiring
Twilio powers real-time business communications and data solutions that help companies and developers worldwide build better applications and customer experiences.
Although we're headquartered in San Francisco, we're on a journey to becoming a globally antiracist company that supports diversity, equity & inclusion wherever we do business. We employ thousands of Twilions worldwide, and we're looking for more builders, creators, and visionaries to help fuel our growth momentum.
About the job
This position is needed to recruit Early in Career (EIC) talent from universities, colleges, and non-traditional EIC sources, and to support the success of this talent through the program management of our onboarding and enablement programs such as our Twilio Intern Program and New Grad programs. This position will be an integral part of attracting, assessing, offering, and closing top EIC talent in North America. As Twilio continues to experience significant growth, the EIC talent pipeline is crucial to fueling this growth.
In this role, you’ll:
Deliver high quality student candidates for New Grad and Intern roles through school engagement efforts and multiple sourcing channels.
Partner and manage stakeholders and multiple dependencies to align on EIC talent needs.
Deliver against hiring needs through the engagement, program management, and recruitment of EIC Talent – program manage hiring events at scale to deliver a predictable pipeline of EIC talent.
Contribute to the continued development and program management of Twilio’s Early in Career Programs strategy across Student and Non-traditional Talent pipelines to enable an even playing field for all EIC talent who join Twilio
Not all applicants will have skills that match a job description exactly. Twilio values diverse experiences in other industries, and we encourage everyone who meets the required qualifications to apply. While having “desired” qualifications make for a strong candidate, we encourage applicants with alternative experiences to also apply. If your career is just starting or hasn't followed a traditional path, don't let that stop you from considering Twilio. We are always looking for people who will bring something new to the table!
Experience building relationships at Colleges and Universities with faculty, administrators, students, and student organizations.
Experience generating and managing EIC pipelines of intern and new grad talent.
Experience partnering with and influencing engineering leaders on Early in Career related challenges such as demand planning.
Experience driving assessment processes at scale.
Experience offering, negotiating, and closing competitive Early in Career talent.
2+ years of experience in Early in Career recruiting programs or equivalent, relevant experience.
Experience recruiting Early in Career Talent in Europe and Asia Pacific.
Experience building Early in Career recruiting programs from scratch.
This role will be remote, and can be based in the West, Midwest, or Eastern, USA.
Approximately 10% travel is anticipated.
What We Offer
There are many benefits to working at Twilio, including, in addition to competitive pay, things like generous time-off, ample parental and wellness leave, healthcare, a retirement savings program, and much more. Offerings vary by location.
Twilio thinks big. Do you?
We like to solve problems, take initiative, pitch in when needed, and are always up for trying new things. That's why we seek out colleagues who embody our values — something we call Twilio Magic. Additionally, we empower employees to build positive change in their communities by supporting their volunteering and donation efforts.
So, if you're ready to unleash your full potential, do your best work, and be the best version of yourself, apply now!
If this role isn't what you're looking for, please consider other open positions.
The estimated pay range for this role, based in Colorado, is $61,888 – $92,832.
The successful candidate’s starting salary will be determined based on permissible, non-discriminatory factors such as skills, experience, and geographic location within the state. This role is also eligible to participate in Twilio’s equity plan and for the following benefits: health care insurance, 401(k) retirement account, paid sick time, paid personal time off, paid parental leave.
Important COVID-19 Guidance (For candidates applying to roles in the United States):
To comply with Executive Order 14042, all Twilio employees working in the U.S. are required to submit proof of vaccination for COVID-19 unless they qualify for a medical or religious accommodation / exemption. Employees onboarded after January 4, 2022 must submit proof of vaccination or receive approval for an exemption prior to their Twilio start date.