Director, Recruiting Operations and Enablement Roblox is
ushering in the next generation of entertainment, allowing people
to imagine, create, and play together in immersive, user-generated
worlds. We’re the one and only fastest-growing entertainment
platform that lets anyone teach themselves how to code, publish,
and monetize any experience imaginable—across any device—reaching
millions of players across the globe.
The impact that you can have at Roblox is powerful. We’re
looking for someone who’s eager to take on a meaningful role in the
success of Roblox on a massive scale. Someone who takes play
seriously, but also isn’t afraid to have some fun either. Someone
who’s ready to take Roblox—and their career—to the next level.
In 2018 and 2019, we were honored to be recognized as a
Certified Great Place to Work® . We’ve fostered a company culture
that empowers people to do the most defining work of their career
in an environment that’s made up of the most passionate,
team-oriented, visionary, crazy-smart people you’ll ever meet. Join
the Roblox team where play rules and the possibilities are
We’re looking for a results-driven and strategic leader to build
a recruiting operations team from the ground up. You’ll own the
recruiting strategy, planning, operations and enablement that will
deliver hiring success across the organization. As a key member of
the Recruiting Leadership Team and reporting to the VP of Global
Talent Acquisition, we are seeking an exceptional leader who can
bring their expertise, creativity and vision to support recruiting
and hiring teams. We expect that you’ll bring a strong point of
view about what world class recruiting looks like so you and your
team can continuously improve the systems, tools, and processes we
use to find, interview, and hire amazing talent.
What you’ll do:
Lead the core operational processes for the Talent Acquisition
team and ensure we achieve hiring success by building and
delivering enablement programs to support the recruiting team,
hiring managers, and interviewers across Roblox.
Design and lead large-scale global recruiting transformation
initiatives and projects that contribute to the success and
delivery against our recruiting strategy and vision.
Effectively manage a portfolio of projects and programs across
the recruiting team while partnering with the recruiting leadership
team to operationalize and build implementation and enablement
Stay up to date with trends in the industry and identify
innovation opportunities to further enhance our hiring capabilities
globally. You’ll own the discovery, selection, implementation, and
administration of systems, tools, and resources while overseeing
all external vendor performance.
Advance the use of recruiting and hiring analytics to position
the recruiting team and business to make informed decisions as we
Achieve higher levels of business impact and improve performance
metrics by leading continuous process improvement initiatives.
Partner with the recruiting leadership team and own operational
and strategic planning, budgeting, program investments, headcount
and resource allocation models across all functional areas.
Guarantee we flawlessly execute all interviews globally and
consistently deliver an exceptional candidate experience.
What we're looking for:
8+ years of talent acquisition experience with 5+ years leading
global recruiting operations (or similar operational role); with a
proven track record of developing recruiting capabilities that fuel
growth and business success in a high-growth organization.
Excellent coaching and development skills, with 4+ years of
people management experience, including experience managing
Experience building, revising, and scaling recruiting processes
in a rapidly growing global organization.
Strong project management skills and operational rigor, with the
ability to translate vision into action. Ability to manage
ambiguity and complex problem-solving, emerging with strategic
plans and deliverables.
Planning and prioritization aptitude, with experience in
budgeting and resource planning.
Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills; strong
writing and speaking skills and the ability to work effectively at
all levels in an organization, while influencing others and moving
toward a common vision or goal. Experience with large-scale
organizational change efforts.
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