• Talent Acquisition Specialist / Recruiter

    Posted Date 1 month ago(11/9/2018 9:40 PM)
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  • Overview

    The Role: Talent Acquisition Consultant

    Location: Honolulu, HI


    The Company


    Personiv is recruiting on behalf of First Insurance Company of Hawaii, or FICOH, the oldest and largest property and casualty insurance company headquartered in Hawaii. Owned by global insurance leader, Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., with over $640 million in assets.




    • Responsible for full life-cycle talent acquisition: recruiting, screening and recommending placement of staff (entry level to management) by using creative sourcing methods
    • Performs trend analysis, projections and preparation of management reports as assigned
    • Works on projects related to human capital retention and workforce development




    • Bachelor's degree preferably in business; OR 4 years comparable work experience in Human Resources
    • 3-4 years recruitment experience; hiring non-exempt to management positions
    • 1-2 years experience providing consultative guidance to managers in regards to talent acquisition/retention for assigned area
    • Ability to learn and understand Property & Casualty business and the positions
    • Ability to clearly communicate both orally and in writing in the utmost professional manner
    • Savvy in dealing with multicultural environment/candidates
    • Ability to develop and maintain an excellent relationship with internal and external customers to ensure achievement of staffing goals
    • Ability to navigate MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)


    Preferred Qualifications:


    • Property & Casualty knowledge
    • SHRM-CP and/or SHRM-SCP certification
    • Demonstrated passion for the HR profession


    To Apply

    Interested candidates should apply at

    Please note: Applicants for employment in the U.S. must possess work authorization that does not require sponsorship for via now or in the future.


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