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HR Generalist / Recruiter

United States, Virginia, Falls ChurchOperations

Job description


Swtch is looking to add a dynamic, resourceful, and motivated HR Generalist to our growing team. As an HR Generalist, you will follow the full lifecycle of recruitment and support new hire orientation, onboarding and off-boarding, payroll and benefits.


  • Coordinate with hiring managers to identify staffing needs in different areas and departments

  • Source applicants through various channels, including LinkedIn and other professional networks and conduct initial phone screens and interviews in coordination with hiring managers

  • Drive the pre-hire process, including all required documentation

  • Manage the offer process through offer extension

  • Plan and implement company talent acquisition strategies to ensure a great candidate interview experience

  • Develop and oversee new hire orientation, onboarding efforts, and employee off-boarding process

  • Manage health, dental, and vision insurance programs

  • Ensure all employee records are maintained and updated with new hire information or changes in employment status

  • Maintain management guidelines by preparing, updating, and recommending human resource policies and procedures

  • Supervising all HR activities, communications, reports, requests and documents created and received by the team

  • Oversee the employee separation process

Job requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, human resources or 3 years of relevant experience

  • Strong knowledge of labor legislation and payroll processes

  • Understanding federal HR laws

  • Hands-on experience with recruitment lifecycle

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Good problem-solving and team management abilities

  • Knowledge of Applicant Tracking Systems

  • Proficiency in documenting processes and keeping up with industry trends

  • Data supporting past experience such as number of hires, career management and development, and proficiency in essential duties and responsibilities

  • Must be eligible to work in the United States