NMI is one of the world’s leading card payment gateways, processing over 1.2 billion transactions a year from retail POS, e-commerce and self-service terminals. Our mission is to use our expertise to enable more payments, in more ways, and in more places, all with the utmost security and reliability.
With offices in Bristol, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Chicago, and New York, we are the driving force behind more than 1,400 technology partners and 150,000 merchants across retail, transportation, hospitality, medical, non-profit, parking, and vending verticals, processing more than $70 billion in payments a year.
What are we looking for?
We are looking for an established Talent Acquisition Specialist or Internal Recruiter to join our People Team at NMI! They will be based permanently our of Schaumburg office. The successful candidate will run the end-to-end recruitment processes for all parts of the business including; DevOps / Infrastructure, Information Security, Engineering / Development, QA, Sales, Marketing, Finance, Product and Support, to name but a few. You will be responsible for attracting and recruiting new talent at NMI across our US offices in New York, Chicagoland, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles as well as remote employees.
The perfect candidate will be an ambassador of NMI culture and will seek out AWESOME talent who will help NMI grow. They will utilize proper recruiting channels to get the right candidates by actively engaging passive candidates and handling the pipeline for active candidates. They will work closely with hiring managers to make sure we get the right person in the right seat.
This role is part of the People Team at NMI so experience of (or an interest in) other areas of the People/HR function is welcomed and encouraged!
Grow and maintain a healthy pipeline of candidates in the US markets.
Demonstrate activity in engaging passive candidates through effective recruiting channels.
Partner with hiring manager throughout the recruiting process to hire the best talent to join the NMI team
Maintain a healthy balance of time-to-fill and quality of hire.
Work with the UK based Talent Acquisition partner on key projects and once defined imbed into day-to-day recruiting activities:
Map out the overall candidate experience and ensure it is uniform and high-touch
Develop a DEI recruiting strategy that supports diverse hiring
Improve our recruiting process and provide training to managers and employees involved in the process to ensure an outstanding candidate experience.
Develop a recruiting scorecard to track progress on key hiring metrics
Partner with Marketing to develop our social media strategy and expand on our external Presence (e.g. Glassdoor, LinkedIn, etc.)
Grow and manage university/community recruiting efforts.
Track data and ensure all recruitment systems are kept up-to-date (the successful candidate will be responsible for the whole process for US recruitment including administration).
Perform all other related duties, as assigned.
The successful candidate will be able to show the following:
Active candidate database at all times
Raving reviews from hiring managers on how you helped them get the right candidate
Create and manage metrics for high quality of hire
Average time-to-fill of under 60 days
2+ years experience of recruiting in-house within Technology or FinTech is essential, but comfortable recruiting for non-technical roles too (sales, marketing, Customer Service, etc).
Demonstrated knowledge and passion to continually learn best and legal practices.
Organized, independent, skilled in prioritization and scheduling, skilled in networking, with a high sense of confidentiality and ethics.
Comfortable scheduling interviews between candidates and hiring managers.
Tech savvy; proficient in Microsoft Office, Google Apps, applicant tracking systems and recruitment database tools such as LinkedIn Recruiter.
Modified or Implemented systemic changes in the recruitment process.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to think critically and challenge others constructively. The ideal candidate is also somewhat of a data geek and uses data to inform decisions.
Ability to work with line managers to define job specs which are engaging and attractive and provide candidates with a realistic preview of the role and organization
Competitive base salary, paid semi-monthly
Variable Annual Bonus
40 hour week with flexi-time
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
Life, ADD, Short-term and Long-term Disability insurance
401k matching up to 4% after two months of service
Flexible Spending Account/Dependent Care/Transit and Commuting Account
Vacation and Sick time
13 Paid Holidays
Gym membership discount
Fun Culture Events (March Madness tournament, 80's day, Chili Cook-off, summer/winter parties)
Bonusly colleague reward scheme
Employee referral scheme with generous financial reward
We’re looking for creative and passionate people who share our vision of making payments easy. If that sounds like you and you meet the requirements above, then get in touch!
NMI is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation or sexual identity, genetic information, citizen status (except those that do not have the legal right to be employed in the United States), disability, military service, service member, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable law.
Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States. We will not be able to provide sponsorship. As part of the selection process this role may require an assessment and professional references to determine suitability. An offer will be subject to financial and criminal background checks.